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  • My disappointments with Naga leaders, NGOs
    I am totally disappointed with our Naga leaders and NGOs for their lack of insensitivity towards our fellow human being. So much so that I am beginning to take an extreme view of our people. Last few days in th
  • NPFNK condemns ‘quit notice’
    Nagas have borne the pains and sufferings cruelly bestowed upon us by the Indians for the past fifty-nine years. During these past years we fought back bravely in Unity. The dearness of our Nation and our Ident
  • The Eastern Nagas condemn NNLDM President Susa Nuree
    We the Eastern Naga people condemn Mr. Susa Nuree and disown his works.1.    The National League for Democracy in Burma (NLDB)is formed to bring Myanmar under the rule of Military Junta. The
  • Superseding Education department?
    Just as Pontius Pilate had washed his hands in front of Judeans, Imkong Imchen had washed his hand infront of his cabinet colleagues on the 5th of August 2006. But let us see how clean his hands are now for he
  • NLA Assembly Session making a public menace
    With due respect, I would like to bring to the notice of the public of Kohima the capital of Nagaland about the traffic regulations manned by the Traffic Police Officers and personnel who are tirelessly perform
  • Does not the disabled count?
    K. KhiungtsukiuWith the passing of four major legislations by the Govt. of India (viz. The Mental Health Act, 1987; the Rehabilitation Council of India Act, 1973; The Persons With Disabilities (Equal Opportunit
  • A view on the improvement of working system in the Nagaland Civil Secretariat
    As a result of heavy fire from the opposition bench in the last Assembly session the government of Nagaland has of late taken up a special action plan to improve the working system in the Nagaland Civil Secreta
  • Who are Peace Makers?
    Peace making is not professional or a selected, elected or appointed commission to work for. It is spontaneous, instinct and inherent for a true believer of Christ. I believe that no one who is not born again c
  • Someone is trying to damage my name
    This is in reference to a write up which appeared in The Morung Express dated August 15, 2006 under the column “Write Wing” and headlined “This suffering must stop” by one Jack Chakesang, Phek. It also
  • Let me visit my mind
    Noel ManuelThe most beautiful organ gifted to us by God, is undoubtedly the mind, synonymously known as the brain. It is a gift like no other. It is the major organ of the central nervous system and the control
  • ‘Quit Notice’ warnings from history
    About 95 per cent of the Nagas are Christian. Out of this, most of us personally know the living God and He, too, knows us. The earth is the Lord’s, and everything thereof. This means the earth is Christ’s,
  • Naga Solidarity Group on ‘Quit Notice’
    The Naga Solidarity Group vehemently opposes the “Quit Notice” issued by the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Kaplang) on 17 August 2006 for the following reasons:    1.First, issuance of a
  • Catching fakes is no pensioner’s joy
    A cynic’s point of viewKevikienyű K. PeseyieThis is to appreciate the state government for its concern and determination to “curb” drawal of fake pensions in this no so fake, free state of ours.  Th
  • Nicotine: The Silent Killer
    N. Longshio YanthanShalom Rehab Centre, Chumukedima  A companion to the common man and a friend to the lonely Nicotine is what makes one die a slow death. A study on tobacco control points out that the fir
  • Affiliation of private schools in Nagas areas of Manipur to the Nagaland board of school education
    All Naga students association of Manipur have urged the union human resource development minister Arjun Singh to allow the affiliation of the 164 private schools in Naga areas of Manipur to the Nagaland board o
  • Good Bye to BSEM
    It is neither late nor early to say adieu to BSEM. After 52 days of economic blockage, the Manipur Government is badly hit once again by the syllabus issue. When there is unrest in the hill areas of Manipur sim
  • PERMISSIVENESS: The enemy within us?
    Aya A. ShimrayWesternization, Modernization and Globalization are largely held responsible for the onslaught on our primitive society and decay of socio-cultural ethos and moral values. ‘Permissiveness’ no
  • This world is not my home
    Dr. Thamsing D. LamkangThe whole world is affected by evil. The world has rejected God and millions of people completely ignore him. The world enjoys wickedness, cruelty and violence. This world is not our home
  • The beautiful big small mirror
    Zakie KhateClassic club coined Kohima as the mirror of Nagaland. One may perhaps notice an awful representation glancing into this mirror. Our streets and haircutting saloons are crammed of Bihari porters, barb
  • An appeal to Nagas
    Nagas are one. Nagas are one by birth by Blood and one Nation which is created by Almighty God. The desire and aspiration of all Naga people is to develop and grow together as a free people and to live under on