• Freedom from Fear of Violence
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  • The Naga Blog & noobs join hands for Relief of Burma Camp Fire Victims
    Vikeduo Linyü: Dear NBCC, I know you will be organizing “Solidarity Concert for Thailand” tonight in Aid of Thailand flood victims, please remember that last night 100 plus houses were gutted a
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    They are everywhere, hordes of street children, some of them rag pickers, others working as young maids and helpers with their parents in measly conditions, who romp around the streets all day until they are st
  • Winterize your home-Now!
    As we enter the cold part of the year, here are 50 tips for how to winterize your home.1.    Replace any old or inefficient windows. Windows are one of the major ways heat leaks out of your house
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  • Winter is finally here...
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  • Kick Back Life
    Dr Areno Odyuo, PT,ACE, member of American Council on Exercise, is a successful Personal Trainer based in Dimapur. She specializes in Weight loss & Body Toning. Contact her at [email protected] or 89
  • 25 Decorating Tips for 2011
    Our goal is to stay one step ahead of the trends in decoration. With the entry of the New Year, here are our tips for decorating in 2011. It will be a year of color, patterns and inspiration.•  
  • MasterChef recipe for Roast Pork and Roast Vegetables
    Series: MasterChef 2011Segment: Celebrity Chef RecipesChef: Vincent GadanIngredients6 point pork rack, not frenched, skin on4 tablespoons sea salt¼ cup olive oilVegetables6-8 cloves garlic4 eschallots, pee
  • ‘Tokhu Emong Fest: One Heart…One Spirit’
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  • Boot it right!
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  • The Other Face of Criticism
    Strolling around Kohima, through its busy boulevards, hectic bazaars with all sort of commodities, the noise spiraling its waves to all directions, exiting alleys where people were going in and out busy in thei
  • Corruption your NO counts
    The Morung Express asked young Nagas how we can eliminate Corruption from Nagaland. The following responses were garnered from the members of The Naga Blog (Facebook) and also readers of The Morung Express: How
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