Does free and fair elections take place in Nagaland?

Does free and fair elections take place in Nagaland?

Filafi Fithu: Lately we’ve all been hearing about the unlawful activities that take place on voting days like booth capturing, physical violences, forcefully removing minority voters from the line, snatching away of voters slips etc etc while queued up to vote. Does everyone everywhere (be it from majority or minority) get to exercise their legal […]

Promoting Tourism in the state of Nagaland

Promoting Tourism in the state of Nagaland

Abhishek Singh For Governments across the world, job creation is one of the most critical challenges. As per a report of the World Economic Forum, equitable employment is essential to increasing social inclusion, peace and security. Unemployment leads to social unrest and can even lead to violence and crimes. Hence it is imperative that one […]

Harassment of NE people in metros – Tackling its menace

Harassment of NE people in metros – Tackling its menace

Atsung Imchen: Why do we keep hearing news about young boys and especially women (Sexual assault) working out of state face the same issue over and over again?   Before we begin shouting “discrimination” “Cheap Indians” is there something we are overlooking? I strongly believe that most of the cases are due to negligence, inability […]

Tackling CORRUPTION: Work around it rather against it

Peteneinuo Kire Jamir: There have been many talks about corruption in Nagaland. Even more so about politicians. I have been apprehensive about speaking out because perhaps I am in the wrong. BUT today, (not because its “women’s day”…. for which I don’t give a hoot anyway because I believe that everyday is women’s day)….I am […]

Wake up Nagas!

Wake up Nagas!

Hukai H Zhimo: The selection of 5 (five) non-indigenous candidates (as per RTI disclosure of the directorate of school education, Nagaland) for the post of Graduate Teacher (maths) in the recently conducted Graduate Teachers (maths & science) exam 2017-18 is a real hard slap on the face of thousands of educated unemployed Naga youth. The […]

Government of Nagaland kindly lift prohibition

Government of Nagaland kindly lift prohibition

Peter Rutsa: Even partial or temporary will do.   Have some self respect and please don’t let the paramilitary force Assam Rifles continue to show the whole world yours and our Naga hypocrisy.   In the last weeks of December till January, a little short of 10 truckloads of assorted liquor has gotten seized by […]

Do not forget the bricks

Do not forget the bricks

Kevitho Nightwing Kera: I was browsing various Naga Facebook pages the other day. Someone wrote something which was on my mind and Social activist Niketu Iralu echoed the same thoughts.   We talk of corruption, I realized we are putting plaster over straws and not on bricks. What am I talking about? We are forgetting […]

The STORY of ELECTION and FLYING PIGS!

The STORY of ELECTION and FLYING PIGS!

Allen Imsong: Every day we read and talk about the weak points of Ministers/MLAs. But today I’m going to talk about our weak points – Public. Since this is about us only, it may sound lopsided for sure. I’ll talk about them on some other day. But this article is about us. I will not […]