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Only One Answer

By   /  June 23, 2017  /  OP-ED  /  Comments Off on Only One Answer

By Monalisa Changkija The day after ShangwangShangyungKhaplang breathed his last on in June 9, 2017, at Taga, Myanmar, I received calls from several colleagues from “mainland” India but just one Whatsapp message from a young Journalist from a neighbouring state asking me “where does the K faction go from here now? And the entire Naga freedom […]

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Overcoming Pride and Negative Attitude

By   /  June 23, 2017  /  OP-ED  /  Comments Off on Overcoming Pride and Negative Attitude

There are certain times and situations when you’ve felt so “DIRTY and ICKY “ that you couldn’t fathom how the Lord could still love you. It’s just a fact that we’re all “dirty & icky, all of us”. But God doesn’t look on our sin. He is perfect & He cannot accept sin. When He […]

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‘My Name is Bond and I Stay Calm and Mind My Own Business’

By   /  June 21, 2017  /  OP-ED  /  Comments Off on ‘My Name is Bond and I Stay Calm and Mind My Own Business’

By Saket Suman | IANS At a time when writers are increasingly evoking controversies with their political stand and activism, one gifted writer — possibly India’s most loved and adored — maintains a low-profile, away from the glitz and glamour, and yet commands enormous readership while writing at an incredible pace. The 83-year-old Ruskin Bond has […]

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Eco-Friendly Fashion: India Should Capitalise On Booming Global Market

By   /  June 21, 2017  /  OP-ED  /  Comments Off on Eco-Friendly Fashion: India Should Capitalise On Booming Global Market

By Nivedita | IANS Designer Nandita Mahtani says sustainable and eco-friendly fashion is a booming market worldwide and India as a country can contribute to that segment in a big way. “A huge booming market worldwide is sustainable and eco-friendly fashion, which I feel is something India can contribute in a much bigger way than it […]

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Overseas Naga Association Condoles Demise of SS Khaplang

By   /  June 21, 2017  /  OP-ED  /  Comments Off on Overseas Naga Association Condoles Demise of SS Khaplang

The Overseas Naga Association shares in the Naga people’s loss at the passing of S. S. Khaplang, Chairman of NSCN (K). Khaplang was a luminary among the generation of Naga patriots who devoted their entire lives to the Naga people’sstruggle for freedom from colonial domination and outside interference. He was therefighting against impossible odds at […]

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The Juvenile Justice (Care And Protection If Children) Act, 2015 Act N0.2 Of 2016

By   /  June 21, 2017  /  OP-ED  /  Comments Off on The Juvenile Justice (Care And Protection If Children) Act, 2015 Act N0.2 Of 2016

Introduction: Introduction: The Act is a consolidates law relating to Children alleged and found to be in conflict with law and children in need of care and protection considering for their (Children) proper care, protection, development, treatment, social re-integration, by adopting a child-friendly approach in the adjudicating and disposal of matters in the best interest of children […]

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NSCN/GPRN Condoles the Departed Chairman/President S.S. Khaplang

By   /  June 21, 2017  /  OP-ED  /  Comments Off on NSCN/GPRN Condoles the Departed Chairman/President S.S. Khaplang

One of the most feared, revered and honoured by friends and foes alike, S.S. Khaplang, the Supreme Commander, the President and Chairman NSCN/GPRN and the legendary revolutionary patriarch and patron of the revolutionaries of West South East Asia peacefully departed for his home heavenly home at the Council HQ,Taka on 9 June 2017. The ablest […]

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Fishery as an Alternative Source of Livelihood

By   /  June 19, 2017  /  OP-ED  /  Comments Off on Fishery as an Alternative Source of Livelihood

Fishery if properly practiced can be an alternative source of livelihood for many thousands of Naga people. It will not only provide income but also save our environment. Let’s look at some of the benefits of fishery. 1. Farming Water through Fishery Ponds: Nagaland receives abundant rain during the monsoon period. However rain water that […]

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‘Sanitation Workers Clean Our Cities, But Are Denied Even Minimum Wage’

By   /  June 19, 2017  /  OP-ED  /  Comments Off on ‘Sanitation Workers Clean Our Cities, But Are Denied Even Minimum Wage’

By Swagata Yadavar | IANS After a decade-long legal battle, the Supreme Court ruled in April 2017 that permanent jobs be given to 2,700 contract workers of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), India’s richest municipal corporation. These contract workers, who sweep streets, collect garbage and clean sewers, were not entitled to health and other benefits, vacation, […]

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Is a Consensus Possible on The New President?

By   /  June 19, 2017  /  OP-ED  /  Comments Off on Is a Consensus Possible on The New President?

For a party known for its hubris, the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) decision to consult the opposition for a consensus on the presidential candidate has come as a pleasant surprise. However, it is possible that its majority in the electoral college has enabled the party to display a show of magnanimity. At the same time, […]

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