• On Being a Naga
    Dr. Temsula Ao   It is ‘a complex fate’ being a Naga. But in our context, it is a double edged sword because the complexity lies not only in the way ‘outsiders’ view us but also
  • Nagas Without Border: Imagining the Future For a meaningful and inclusive Naga Homeland
    Pamyo Chamrui At the very outset let me assert the plurality of my identity. I am Naga, yet, I belong to a particular clan, a village, and a ‘nation’. I enjoy the cultural privileges within my so
  • Respecting Nature & Social Responsibility
    Dr Esther Konyak A study of human interaction with the natural world or, in other words, the interaction between culture and nature deepens our understanding of how we have been affected by the natural
  • Don’t Shoot the Messenger
    In the olden times when there was no internet, no telephone, no television, no radio, no telegram etc, the only means through which two nations at war with one another could communicate was the message delivere
  • The Manifesto of Clean Election and Beyond
    Vemedo J Kezo Dept. of Education, St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama   It is heartening to see the Church in Nagaland strenuously promoting the idea of Clean Election. The jargon of Clean Election ha
  • A Look at Consumerism in Naga Society
    The Compact Oxford Dictionary which I have describes ‘Consumerism’ as “the preoccupation of society with buying goods”. If that is the definition of Consumerism, I have absolutely no hes
  • Interview and Self confidence
    Y. Lumchio Patton Asst. Prof., Dept. of Sociology, St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama   Interview and Self confidence After successfully completing education, every young individual looks for a dec
  • STRESS MANAGEMENT: Techniques, Methods And Beyond
     Vemedo Jkezo Asst. Prof., Dept. Of Education, St. Joseph’s College Jakhama   Management is the buzzword in today’s parlance of corporate world. The degree of your efficiency in your c
  • The Great Divide
    In almost every human society and era of human history, one or the other factor has always caused division amongst the people. During the time when Gandhi went to South Africa as a young lawyer, the phenomenon
       “…this is the only home we have and, as environmentalist are fond of saying Mother Nature doesn’t do bailouts… So, we better find a better way to grow”. - Thomas
    Rev. Fr. C. Joseph-Counsellor  St. Joseph’s College-Jakhama   “Stress is nothing more than a socially acceptable form of Mental illness.”   Anxiety symptoms are the Roset
  • The Corrosion of Naga Society
    Oliver Goldsmith (1728-1774) was an Irish novelist, play-writer and poet and he wrote some of the most celebrated novels, plays and poems of the 18th century. But apart from his novels, plays and poems, Goldsmi
  • Quality education ahoy
    R. Hingba Paul Asst. Prof., St. Josephs’ College Jakhama, Kohima, Nagaland “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”, Nelson Mandela What is real educ
  • Inner Resource And Choice
    Vemedo J Kezo Asst. Professor, Dept. Of Education, St. Joseph’s College Jakhama   PRELUDE All of us carry a buried treasure within us. Not realising that they are the potential for making our
  • What Nagaland needs right now is focus more on education and work; less on entertainment, arts or lifestyle
      Yanpvuo Yanfo Kikon:  Did you know?   The Despacito singer (cover song which went viral few days back) Zuchobeni Tungoe is actually pursuing her CIVIL ENGINEERING? Young Piano mae
  • Putting God First, The Success Secret!
    “Put God first and you’ll never be last.”   Fr. C. Joseph, Counsellor St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama   How would your life be different today if every decision you ever m
  • Leaders or Dealers
    The English words ‘Leaders’ and ‘Dealers’ have the same six alphabets but it is the positions of the alphabets ‘L’ and ‘D’ that make the difference. In other word
  • Humility and Leadership
    MD Tabrej, Director, Dept. of Business Administration, St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama.   “Humility is nothing but truth and pride is nothing but lying” - St. Vincent de Paul  
  • Go The Scientific Way
    Kailalamuan Singphun Asst. Prof. Department of Chemistry, St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama   Science is a systematized body of knowledge and the western thinkers made a singular contributi
  • The Simmering Workforce
    It is said that “Work is Pride”. But it is quite apparent that this phrase does not hold much sense and meaning for most Nagas today. Many Nagas today fail to find pride in their work. They don&rsqu