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The destiny of the Nagas

Rev. L. Suohie  Mhasi The  Nagas  are  a  young  race  in  civilization  and  are  under  different  administrative  units  in  India  and  Burma. The  Nagas  were  not  Indians  but  they  were  under  the  British  Indian  Administration  and  even  after  Indian  Independence …

Patient Rights

Pelezoto Pius Kikhi Kirha Village, Dimapur   What is Patient rights? Patients’ rights emerged from human rights, constitutional rights, civil rights, consumer rights, codes of ethics of medical and nursing profession. The codes of ethics of medical and nursing profession…

IS THERE A CONFUSION ON GEOGRAPHICAL TERRITORY AND POLITICAL TERRITORY AMONG NAGAS?

Kaka D. Iralu   Though “Geographical Territory” and “Political Territory” are interrelated terms, in the strictly scientific linguistics discipline, the two terms are entirely two different things. In the scientific Linguistics discipline, “Geographical Territory” means the LAND area (or territory)…

Politics based on blood

  Thepulhouvi Solo   I do not like News Papers arguments with any but people of goodwill may feel I have been silenced because of some wrong things I said. To allay such perceptions, I am compelled often to make…

A response to Kaka D. Iralu’s ‘Clarifications’

Dr. Somingam Mawon   With all humility, I am inditing some lines with the hope that it will clear the air on what I have penned in my rejoinder to Thepfulhouvi Solo and now to Iralu’s ‘Clarification’. I respect Iralu,…

Race unity irrespective of our dwelling places

K.Ritse Pfutsero Town   Nagas as an indigenous and an ethnic group of race is very insignificant in this vast world of humanity. Like it or not Nagas are badly divided into many compartmental administrative set ups between the two…

For a cup of Tea

  K. Therie NPCC President   States are opposing the imposition of Hindi in Schools. Sanskrit and Hindi have become compulsory subjects in schools. Hindi is imposed in Parliament. Ministers can make statements only in Hindi. Nagaland State has remained…

Clarifications on Dr. Somingnam’s rejoinder to Thepfulhouvi

Kaka D. Iralu   I beg to clarify a few misinformation that have again been fed to the Naga public by Dr. Somingam Mawon in his rejoinder to Thepfulhouvi Solo’s earlier write up. The misinformations are the following:   1.…

Subhas Bose and the battle of Kohima, 1944

K. Puroh Some months ago during a consultative meeting of the apex body of my community I cautioned the audience that in the present society unfounded arguments are presented even by people considered to be highly educated, and in suited…

Can Naga society survive without proper government?

K. Ritse Pfütsero Town   A society with a background of a village republic having its total trust on its villagers alone and never bow down to any outside force whether mighty or unmatched power to control over the village…

Is our education system flawed?

Kevitho Kera Dimapur   See I studied till Class -12 in Nagaland. What I have learned from school is that we memorize facts after facts. There is no room for elasticity in our brain. Man! My high school English teacher…

Rejoinder to ‘Can people of outside decide for the state of Nagaland? – Part 2’

Dr. Somingam Mawon   Naga society has this pre-conceived notion that bureaucrats are the source of knowledge and are skillful by virtue of possessing special knowledge, without realizing the fact that they know “something about many things” and not “everything…