Stop Neglecting African Conflicts

Stop Neglecting African Conflicts

A group of displaced men, women, and children find refuge at a church on the outskirts of Nyunzu village in eastern Congo. Pastor Mbuyu (pictured) looks after them. (NRC Photo)   Will Higginbotham Inter Press Service   Conflicts have uprooted millions across several African nations and we must not forget them, said a human rights […]

Story of forgiveness

Story of forgiveness

Visasier Kevichusa Ladies and gentlemen, I am here today to share my personal journey with the idea and practice of forgiveness.   On September 23, 1992, when I was still in school, my father Chalie Kevichusa was shot and killed not far from here. My younger sister was with him that day and was also […]

Voice of Hope

Voice of Hope

Rev. Dr. Ellen Konyak Jamir One night in the month of May, 1987, my family and I were woken up from our deep sleep. I was a young school going kid then, and all of us five siblings with our parents woke up to the commotion around us. As I opened my sleepy eyes, I […]

H. O. P.  E.

H. O. P.  E.

 Rakodu Nukhu   Hope is expensive We pay a heavy price to realise it Hope of nationhood has cost our people so many lives As a peoples group nothing is greater than this aspiration Is it wrong to hope for and seek an identity? An identity we have carved for ourselves as “Nagas” If this […]

I HOPE…

I HOPE…

Bwenye Kemp Today I stand here in the hope that the hopes I express today become a reality tomorrow.   My first hope is that there will be no other youths in the coming days or years just giving a mere speech about hope, but living their dreams.   Seeing the rampant educated unemployed youths, […]

FNR reflection on the Public Interactions

  Forum for Naga Reconciliation   “It is always wise to seek the truth in our opponents’ error and the error in our own truth”                                      Reinhold Niebuhr Introduction The Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) was formed at […]

Soil Borne Disease: A Hidden Threat to Vegetable Production

Shikha Pathak and Desh Raj Shri Bharati PhD Research Scholar Dept. of Plant Pathology, BCKV, West Bengal Soil is a niche for diverse group of microorganisms which may be beneficial or harmful to humans as well as plants. Soil borne diseases are caused by harmful microorganisms dwelling in soil by means of resistant survival structures […]

Duck rearing- a promising enterprise in Nagaland

Duck rearing- a promising enterprise in Nagaland

Ebibeni Ngullie ACTO, Animal Science, KVK Dimapur Ducks are being reared all over the world and almost 75% of them are found in Asia. Domestication of wild ducks first started in china (as early as 4000 BC) and it posses the highest duck population in the world. India has a population of 107 million ducks […]

Weather based integrated agro advisory for the month of June

Weather based integrated agro advisory for the month of June

A farmer is silhouetted against monsoon clouds as he ploughs his field in Dimapur on Wednesday, May 27. The approaching rain is always a welcome sight for farmers who solely depend on agriculture for their livelihood. (Morung File Photo by Caisii Mao)   Agro Met Field Unit ICAR, Jharnapani. Medziphema   Rainfall over the country […]

Preparation of Jam from locally available fruits and vegetables

Preparation of Jam from locally available fruits and vegetables

Jessica Dohtdong Programme Assistant (Home Science) Fruits and vegetables are an important nutritional requirement of human beings as these foods not only meet the qualitative needs to some extent but also supply vitamins and minerals which improve the quality of the diet and maintained health. It is therefore necessary to make them available for consumption […]

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