Understanding Biotechnology

LimasunepLongkumerPh.D Scholar,Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat Biotechnology(Bio- meaning Life and Technology- Application, or harnessing of scientific processes for a specific purpose) refers to any technical process or practice that modifies or makes use of any living system or organism to be used for human purpose(s) with the intent to improve the quality of human life. Biotechnology […]

In search of the Truth

Rev. L Suohie Mhasi The first and greatest thing in the universe is LIFE because by the LIFE alone the universe is existing. The most wonderful thing in the universe is that God is the self-existent LIFE. There is no creation without a LIFE. The fact is that there is creation because there is a […]

An insight into 2019 HSLC Result

Dr N Mhonchan Shitiri The 2019 HSLC result drew some conclusions that need to be ponder upon as a food of thought by all and sundry. Inference: Out of the tenth ranked twenty one, there were only nine Nagas or 43 percent and the rest fifty seven percent were from outside of our community. Percentile […]

Appeal to NPSC for reconsideration of the rejected list for CSTE-2018

Ghunavi G KinnimiAgri. Engg. (Degree) The aspiring candidates who applied for the newly added posts vide NPSC’s Addendum dated 21.02.2019 but rejected owing to late receipt of application seek reconsideration for fair and equal opportunity. It may be mentioned here that the time frame between the main advertisement dated 20.12.2018 and the closing date of […]

Getting Our House in Order

Khekiye K. Sema, IAS (Rtd)Thilixu Village, Dimapur The Nagas have indifferently been trying to go forward on a back gear in our dealings with the Indo-Naga dialogue. We have only bickered amongst ourselves through these past 73 years of degraded ‘half-life’ existence. We continue to hypocritically invoke the name of Christ as Christians when it […]


Chandemo Murry Purana Bazaar One of the common practices in our culture that we face is comparison. Comparison made on someone’s achievements, physical, academics, fame and various other aspects of life. As a result when one feels short of those things often lead to frustration and dire consequences. In many of our life’s instances, we […]

Traffic Jams in Nagaland – A Traveller’s Guide

Traffic Jams in Nagaland – A Traveller’s Guide

Commuters stuck in a traffic jam near City Clock Tower in Dimapur. (Morung Photo) Dr Sedevi Angami Director, CIHSR 4th Mile, Dimapur During the last 19 and half years of my life, I have been clearing traffic jams along the Kohima – Dimapur highway and within both the cities. Almost every time I travel in […]

Give someone a gift of life

Temjenkaba, IADIPR Feature World Blood Donor Day is observed on 14th June every year. Blood donation is one of the most significant contributions that a person can make towards the society. It is not harmful for an adult person to donate blood. The body of the donor can regenerate the blood within few days. It […]

A thought on the Naga reconciliation process

Longrangty Longchar Mokokchung It is with great sense of joy to learn that the Covenant of Reconciliation (CoR) initiated by the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) has attained 10 years since its signing on June 13, 2008. It is also with a sense of sadness that I am writing this article as I recollect those […]

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