Writing with your guts- Part two

Writing with your guts- Part two

Fiction can be inspired by non-fiction; it is not ‘east is east and west is west and the twain shall never meet.’ For me, it comes via snatches of information such as the little bits of story bait that an anthropologist might use to illustrate his accounts. The best practices of non-fiction are the ones […]

Writing with your Guts

Writing with your Guts

Easterine Kire Last February I spoke on two occasions about writing from the heart, Dil se Direct, as we jokingly coined it.This February, I am discovering more aspects to writing with your guts. First let me define writing from the heart as what creative writing is all about; fictional writing and writing of poetry comes […]

The Naga Blog: Horror movie scene in Kohima

The Naga Blog: Horror movie scene in Kohima

Yanpvuo Yanfo Kikon Next colony social works, MOILA KHAN SAPHA KURIBI, morom para paata saata tu emain hi kati bi!!! Even if we come out dressed like we are from Tokyo Japan, kindly make sure our manners & civic sense also match our style. Naga manu logic : Colony Social work people will come out […]

The Naga Blog: Case study of Taxi services in Nagaland

The Naga Blog: Case study of Taxi services in Nagaland

Yanpvuo Yanfo Kikon Since taxis are the most important service to the people of Kohima in particular, every taxi owner, driver & association must realise the value of their role and service to our society! Majority of our citizens are able to safely reach their workplaces, hospitals, colleges, weddings, able to attend to very important […]

The wild apple tree as a bride

The wild apple tree as a bride

This winter there are many reports that the wild apple trees are fruiting abundantly. That can only mean one thing. The wild apple tree has wed and given ‘birth’ to many children. In the village, that is how they put it poetically. In the years when the wild apple tree is barren, they say she […]

Pathetic public transportation system: Whom to blame?

Pathetic public transportation system: Whom to blame?

Kunyangli Thonger: Whom do we blame about a shocking/poor if not third class public transportation system. Are we public too voiceless to raise voices on such issues?? Is our NGO leaders’ too dumb & blind living in their comfort zones giving no serious thoughts to its general public?? Is the government too deaf & blind […]