Whose political problem to solve – A need for reflection

Roviso Marza Political Researcher, University of Delhi Current political mess-up in Nagaland intrigues well to read the change of guard at power and uproar on the same without ease. To whose camp would the situation read true, or be it led to the job of Politicians on account being outside our description. Insightful comments and […]

Why it has to be Dimapur

‘A solid mandated Government can be very stable providing very good governance if the elected representatives are disciplined, aware, and apply that missionary zeal in their work. However the same can turn out to be nothing less than a curse if the elected representatives just do not think beyond their nose.’ This write-up is actually […]

Divisive Rhetoric and Diminishing Returns

All the king’s horses and the king’s men   The present political drama of our Nagaland state seems to be getting more intrigue each passing day and intense as conspiracy theories unfolds and the plot thickens with each faction of the ruling NPF party claiming to be the rightful predecessor and the heir of the […]

Chizami Za – Connecting Cultures

New Year means new beginnings and new aspirations. People come together and celebrate the advent of another year of hope and promises to transform life and living for a better tomorrow. It was almost 10 years now of travelling to Nagaland on work. This was the first time that I was invited to a community […]

The tensions beneath – Challenges for 2015

An event that was unexpected eventually became as the most significant in the year 2014. The outcome of the 16th general elections which saw a political party vis-à-vis the BJP, an ultra-fundamentalist Hindu right-wing party captured majority of seats in the Lok Sabha on its own. BJP for the first time in three decades formed […]

Seeking forgiveness and a love song

This is reportedly a true story of a Sandinista minister of the Nicarguan Government who was visiting the prisons which housed members of the National Guard – men who were responsible for the brutal killing of about 50,000 Nicarguans. On one such visit, the minister came across the guardsman who had tortured him. The guardsman […]

Nagaland’s need to beef up its security

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Passing HSLC, HSSLC is just the Beginning!

The Naga Blog is a forum on facebook where Nagas from Nagaland and around the world network, share ideas and discuss a wide range of topics from politics and philosophy to music and current events in Nagaland and beyond. The blog is not owned by any individual, nor is it affiliated to or associated with […]

Why American & Why NOT Local Entertainment?

The Naga Blog is a forum on facebook where Nagas from Nagaland and around the world network, share ideas and discuss a wide range of topics from politics and philosophy to music and current events in Nagaland and beyond. The blog is not owned by any individual, nor is it affiliated to or associated with […]

De-Mock-Crazy: Clean Election is a Joke

The Naga Blog is a forum on facebook where Nagas from Nagaland and around the world network, share ideas and discuss a wide range of topics from politics and philosophy to music and current events in Nagaland and beyond. The blog is not owned by any individual, nor is it affiliated to or associated with […]

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