• Youth's take on the effect of Assam NRC publication into our state- Nagaland
    Kevitho Nightwing Kera: With the Draft of NRC out in Assam and over 40 lakh people without their names in the list,   Will they pour into Nagaland?   Will our corrupt Naga policemen and border offi
  • Sextortion: Making money from Shame
    Varun Kapoor, IPS Additional Director General of Police, Narcotics and PRTS, Indore   Making money from shame has never been so easy. Technology and the virtual world have made it so simple that it has
  • The Winner Takes It All
    We have just witnessed another edition of the FIFA World Cup which is often dubbed as the greatest show on earth. Every time the FIFA World Cup comes around in 4 years, my world also comes to a standstill as I
  • Aspire to Achieve
    Fr. Joe Mariadhas St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama   Aspirations are inner motives in professional achievement. Aspirations bring changes in life and enable one to achieve the best and the highest l
  • Transformative Leadership Paradigm
    Vemedo J Kezo Asst. Professor, Department Of Education St. Joseph’s College Jakhama   Introduction: There are many who want to lead by virtue of boosting their positional image but there are few
    Md. Tabrej Director, Dept. of Business Administration St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama   Ethics is a philosophical term originating from Greek word “Ethos” meaning custom or character.&n
  • How to reform the education system crisis in Nagaland
    In a poll conducted in The Naga Blog “What do you think are the necessary steps to provide quality education to all children studying in Govt schools of Nagaland?”, the below options were the maximu
  • Embracing the Glorious Gospel
    The idea of God is a universal phenomenon. It transcends the boundaries of time, place, people, race and culture. In other words, every society, every culture, every kind of people and race and every era of hum
  • The Importance of Counselling
    “All children should be taught to unconditionally accept, approve, admire, appreciate, forgive, trust, and ultimately, love their own person.” – Asa Don Brown   Rev. Fr. C. Joseph Cou
  • My Worst Nightmare
    Nagaland is plagued by many issues today. Matters like corruption, erosion of moral values, greed, lack of dignity of labour, search for easy money, widening gap between the rich and the poor, lack of punctuali
  • Self Motivation
    Md. Tabrej Director, Dept. of BBA, St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama   Being self-motivated means being ready for driven, focused discussion and behavior. It also means being sharp and smart enough n
  • A web of lies and deceit
    In the last 70 years or so, a web of lies and deceit has come to engulf the whole of Nagaland. This lie and deceit was hatched by the Indian leaders who took over the reins of power when the British withdrew fr
  • Meditation and qualitative living
    Vemedo J Kezo Asst. Professor, Department of Education St. Joseph’s College Jakhama   “Un reflected life is not worth living,” says Socrates. This maxim was uttered thousand years ago
  • Securing Security Cameras: The invisible eye
    Varun Kapoor, IPS Additional Director General of Police, Narcotics and PRTS, Indore   The coming of the security cameras or CCTV cameras as they are more commonly named has brought about a revolution
  • Origin and growth of Archaeology
    Lt. Regina Razousinuo Assistant Professor & Associate NCC Officer Department of History   The genesis and evolution of archaeology is a long and checkered one. What we study today as the science o
  • The Honeymoon is Over
    For a newly married couple, nothing can be sweeter than the honeymoon. For love marriages wherein the couples get married after being madly in love with one another, the honeymoon is even more precious and swee
  • For the Sake of Art
    Today we live in a rather materialistic-minded society where everything is counted and measured in terms of money. Living with such a mindset we are perhaps missing out on many vital things which can make our l
  • The Life of a Fugitive
    The oxford dictionary describes a fugitive as “a person who has escaped from captivity or is in hiding”. As one reads this article, one will find that this article is more tilted towards a person wh
  • On the Mid-Day Meal Scheme
    It is said that the Mid-Day Meal scheme in schools has a long history in India. Sources say that it was way back in 1925 that a Mid Day Meal Program was introduced for disadvantageous children in Madras Municip
  • Nagas - The way forward
    Athong Makury Nagas have been struggling for more than seventy years to be a free people and to exercise our sovereign rights. However, till date the struggle to chart our own destiny continues amidst the ga