People-Life-Etc

  • A clarion call to the youth for clean election
    Nokchem Angth: It is time for Nagaland, special reference to the youth, to take under consideration. I think, we have discussed enough and even now we are discussing and we will discuss even more later, but the
  • Skill Development in Higher Education
    T. E. Martha Lotha Asst. Professor (St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama)   Education plays an important role in the all-around development of human being as well as the nation. It is a unique investmen
  • RECONCILIATION
    Sr. Annie CMC Department of History St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama   Reconciliation with God and ourselves:   The word “reconcile” means to change, to change thoroughly; to exc
  • Reservation of backward category in Nagaland
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  • The land of the Anghs
    The big gate with the signboard announcing that we were entering the land of the Anghs greeted us when we drove into Konyak territory. It was a very welcome sign after the long hours of traversing cows, cyclist
  • Social Media: A necessary evil?
    Young Nagas dissect its possible impacts   Moa Jamir   A bubbly young girl with “eagerness to live and experience life” is trapped by dark calculated move of a dangerous sociopath wh
  • Technology and Changing Society: A Critical View
    Seyiekhotuo Chücha Asst. Prof. (Dept. of Sociology) St. Joseph’s College Jakhama   Technology is the discipline dealing with the art or science of applying scientific knowledge to practical
  • DIGITAL INDIA – AN OVERVIEW
    A. Kennedy Asst. Prof. Dept. of Commerce. St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama, Nagaland.   Since independence we hear India is developing country. When are we going to hear India is emerged country? Th
  • Highlighting the Need for Women Entrepreneurship in Nagaland
    Thejanuo Fidelia Assistant Professor Department of Commerce St. Joseph’s College (NAAC Accreditated) Jakhama, Nagaland   Historically women in Nagaland had no equal opportunities with men. But co
  • No Detention/failure policy in schools
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  • Passing HSLC, HSSLC is just the Beginning!
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  • Reflections on Trivial Matters:
    James H.KHead, Dept. of EnglishSt. Joseph’s College, JakhamaNagaland- the land of celebrations and festivities, since its inception, has come a long way- this very far!!! In the process of its development and
  • Why American & Why NOT Local Entertainment?
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  • RESPONSIBLE PARENTHOOD
    Sr. Annie cmcAssistant ProfessorDepartment of HistorySt. Joseph’s College, JakhamaJesus’ love for each one of us urged Him to undergo such passion and death. It is nice on our part to examine ourselves how
  • De-Mock-Crazy: Clean Election is a Joke
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  • A Golden Boy Of The Underprivileged ?
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  • The New Nagaland – A Dictatorial Monarchy or a Democracy?
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  • “Will you be my friend?”
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  • Make street vendors partners in development
    Arvind Padmanabhan IANSAs in other parts of the world, street food has been a source of some gastronomic delights in India. A charm not easy to replicate in other formats. Some food items like samosas, kachoris
  • Private newspapers struggle to stay afloat
    (LEFT)In this photo taken on March 11, Khin Maung Lay, chief editor of 'The Golden Fresh Land Daily'newspaper, shows their newspaper as he talks during an interview in Yangon, Myanmar. "It breaks my heart,