Dr Asangba Tzudir
The year 2022 will make way for the New Year 2023 in a few days, and looking back, it has been another topsy-turvy year, though a year filled with activities all through in all the social a
To the uninitiated, yours truly included, the idea of decolonisation equated to the process of delinking or withdrawing political supremacy from a subjugated people by an imperial state. It la
Two recent developments in Nagaland concerning the third pillar of democracy - the judiciary, have significant potential to enhance public interest and ensure the delivery of justice, particularly
In the Nagaland Assembly Elections of recent years, the election manifesto has lost its significance. Most citizens no longer talk about it and often do not make efforts to seek and read the man
The busiest time of the year has come and it is almost Christmas in Nagaland. The run-up to Christmas is keeping the people busy in the market places, the roads are jammed and there is a ubiquito
By all indications, drug use is making a resurgence and substance abuse is emerging as a major social concern, especially among young adolescents in Nagaland, The Morung Express reported recently.
Dr Asangba Tzudir
The early Christian communities made a distinction between the date of Jesus birth and the celebration. The observation of the day of Jesus birth or for that matter birthdays particularly d
Despite the Naga penchant for recollections and commemorations, there was a stark absence of any such sentiment during the one year anniversary of the tragic Oting incident which occurred on
It requires an intentional process that begins by asking - Why and culminating with Why Not?
The 23rd annual Hornbill Festival, also known as the Festival of Festivals, is currently underway. Much to th
When British playwright Patrick Hamilton wrote Gas Light in 1938, little did he know how often the word would be used in the 21st century. The word has recently been chosen as Merriam-W
Access to justice is a basic principle of the rule of law without which people are unable to have their voice heard, exercise their rights, challenge discrimination or hold decision-makers accou