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  • Avoid using cell phone while driving
    Keduovilie Linyü Cell phones, marvels of technology, are used to report emergency , locate directions, call home, message friends,  do business from the beach or golf courses-life without them is now different to imagine. But cell phones have been…
  • The Apex Hoho as the collective Strength (Voice) of the Nagas
    T. N. Mannen IAS (Rtrd) Time has changed, peoples’ perspective and priority have altered, and understanding and expectation have changed. Are the changed mindset of the people are still in conformity to the collective vision for a common goal of…
  • Looking back to the past for a solution to the future
    Kaka D. Iralu Why must we look back to the past in order to find a solution for the future? The answer is simply: “Because the present is too suffocating to go on.” As breathing, seeing and hearing human being, one cannot help but see and hear the…
  • Why do the Naga want a separate flag?
    Thepfulhouvi Solo BK. Nehru unilaterally revoked the Ceasefire Agreement between the GoI and the Federal Government of Nagaland and made any future political Talk with the Naga would be done “only Under the Constitution” of India. Most Naga took…
  • Mutual understanding only way forward towards honourable solution
    The Naga Rising statement on a separate Naga flag and constitution   “Nagas must know what India wants and India must know what the Nagas want and make a settlement.”    This quote is from AZ Phizo’s letter to C. Rajagopalachari, the first…
  • Counselling needs for examination stress
    Dr. Zavise Rume Counselling Psychologist Modern school education system is almost treated equivalent to examination and certification. Students are made to think that they are almost going to die if they fail in the examination or they would not…
  • Ozone: The Silent Guardian
    T. Yanshen Ezung Forestry Graduates Association of Nagaland Imagine a day where basking out in the sun would turn out to be extremely fatal due to the excessive ultraviolet radiation from the sun. Thankfully we are safe to bask peacefully in the…
  • What is the Naga’s deepest political desire?
    Kaka D. Iralu Is that desire one of political power with which they can dominate their neighbours and even add their lands to their own lands? Is it one of selfishness where they wanted others to provide all their economic needs so that they could…
  • The poignant reality of a government college in Tuensang
    Apila Sangtam One of the biggest dilemmas of a rapidly changing society is the one faced by the educational institutions in India and the debate on the quality, accessibility of formal education in Private school/colleges vs Government schools/…
  • Concept and Context
    Keviyachü Liegise Alder College, Kohima    “A text without a context is just a pretext for what we want it to be...” Ben Witherington   (This article is written as a result of small informal group discussions where it was strongly encouraged…
  • Naga Food Fest in Shillong
    Aiborlang Nongsiej Mawlai, Shillong It is indeed a good initiative by the Naga students Union (NSF) of Shillong to host such an event to raise fund and help Naga students who are in need of help. Having stayed in Nagaland for the past five years I…
  • Passive Smoking: Killing millions of people
    Prof Mithilesh Kumar Sinha Department of Economics, Nagaland University, Lumami  I was sitting in a Railway Station at Dimapur waiting a train for travelling. Some people were sitting around and smoking. I started coughing with the effect of…
  • PAC (NCD) representation to Nagaland Govenor 
    Respected Sir, The Public Action Committee (PAC) congratulates you on becoming the 19th Governor of Nagaland. The PAC formed under the aegis of Naga Council Dimapur was entrusted the specific task of addressing the issue of illegal collection" by…
  • Corruption: A major setback for development
    Kezhokhoto Savi President NVCO Our political and public leaders talk about development of all kinds in every public gathering, speeches were hurled, promises made especially during election time. Bureaucrats, govt. officers/officials, businessmen…
  • The Framework Agreement: A permanent or temporary solution
    Dr. Salikyu North East Christian University (NECU)   Since the announcement of the new Governor to the state of Nagaland, we’ve seen a lot of optimism and euphoria, among various tribal apex bodies, civil organizations, public leaders,…
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