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Rhythm of Love: In conversation with ‘The Garden Band’

By   /  May 11, 2017  /  Little did we know, Music  /  Comments Off on Rhythm of Love: In conversation with ‘The Garden Band’

Breaking stereotype of serious 9-5 monotonous job, a group of young Horticulture Officers have come together coming out of their cocoon to share their love for music, calling themselves ‘The Garden Band’. Formed in 2015 with the objective to entertain their department employees, these full of life, Horti Officers are all ready to set a […]

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Musicians honoured for their inputs to music in Nagaland

By   /  April 30, 2017  /  Entertainment  /  Comments Off on Musicians honoured for their inputs to music in Nagaland

In an encouraging gesture, an 11-member team of people from various backgrounds who have formed themselves into a group called M-Table felicitated musicians who had brought laurels to Nagaland through their contribution to music. A youngster in the local music scene Jano Nyekha, progressive pop rock band Search and Found (SNF), veteran rock band Abiogenesis […]

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Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Benathung Humtsoe

By   /  April 27, 2017  /  Little did we know, Music  /  Comments Off on Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Benathung Humtsoe

“Music is too good a thing to be wasted only in expressing the negatives in life and I’d rather be found celebrating the feel goods in life, though the former is also as real as the day. Through my stuffs I try to stay aloof from the shine blockers and the drag-downs of life” conveys […]

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Longleng residents fight water scarcity

By   /  April 21, 2017  /  Top News  /  Comments Off on Longleng residents fight water scarcity

S Henlly Phom Dimapur, April 20 (EMN): A decade has passed by since Longleng was declared as the tenth district of Nagaland, and yet the district town continues to struggle for basic services. From unsuitable road connectivity to poor supply of electricity to indispensable need of water sources, the district is a definition of underdeveloped […]

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Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Dossers Urge

By   /  April 13, 2017  /  Little did we know, Music  /  Comments Off on Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Dossers Urge

Dossers Urge is a three piece band formed by brothers David, Gideon and Romeo Kom from Shillong Meghalaya. The band has achieved something most musicians from Northeast will envy, their big break of recording their recently released album ‘Honest Rage’. The band was selected by Converse to record an album at Rubber tracks Studio in […]

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Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Sanepong Tzudir

By   /  March 30, 2017  /  Little did we know, Music  /  Comments Off on Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Sanepong Tzudir

Sanepong Tzudir an aspiring musician, songwriter from Tuli, Mokokchung district developed his passion for music by performing in churches, gospel concerts and college functions. His song “Agape Love” also won him award for “Song of the Year” in the 7th Music Award of Nagaland 2015. Read on to know more about Sanepong’s commitment with music […]

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Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Khochamo Kikon

By   /  March 23, 2017  /  Little did we know, Music  /  Comments Off on Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Khochamo Kikon

Dimapur based Khochamo Kikon is an upcoming singer and songwriter, his love for music which began at a very young age propelled him to take part in the Naga Hindi Voice, Season 2 and he finished the competition as one of the finalists. His debut single “I’m right here” composed by Sui Zeliang and Khochamo […]

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Bridging the gap of transaction through ilandlo

By   /  March 14, 2017  /  Top News  /  Comments Off on Bridging the gap of transaction through ilandlo

S Henlly Phom Dimapur, March 13: The story of ilandlo – an online market of Nagaland is indeed fascinating, to say the least. It all started when the brain behind ilandlo, Imtisunep Longchar realised the craving for homemade local food while staying away from home as a student and working in Delhi. Not able to […]

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Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Medo Kense

By   /  March 9, 2017  /  Little did we know, Music  /  Comments Off on Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Medo Kense

The cheerful Medo Kense natively from Tuophema village was introduced to music at a very young age by his uncles, and music has become a big part of his life ever since. From singing in Sunday school events to forming a teenage band ‘Raising Souls”, Medo has evolved into an inspiring musician. Crediting INDIHUT for […]

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Dimapur Town Hall lies old and wasted

By   /  March 5, 2017  /  Top News  /  Comments Off on Dimapur Town Hall lies old and wasted

S Henlly Phom  Dimapur, March 4 : The ancient Dimapur Town Hall at Supermarket is supposedly a multipurpose building. It has stood for about two decades. But what catches the attention of a passerby is not the notable edifice standing tall or the mighty gate but that the complex is littered with garbage and debris–and […]

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