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Konyak Naga Cucumber

By   /  June 24, 2017  /  OP-ED  /  Comments Off on Konyak Naga Cucumber

In addition to discovering new species of plants, vegetables, fruits, animals, birds and insects within rich Naga land, today a new kind of cucumber species is brought to light which is believed to exist only in Nagaland in the land of Konyak tribe. Cucumber is one of the most awaited fruit for Konyak people every […]

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Yoga: The War For One Nation-One Culture

By   /  June 24, 2017  /  OP-ED  /  Comments Off on Yoga: The War For One Nation-One Culture

By  Joel Naga One Nation-One Constitution. One Nation-One Tax. One Nation-One Fuel. One Nation-One Election. And the ultimate prize, One Nation-One Culture. The Culture War has begun. And it’s a War Christian Naga parents are not prepared for. The conquest of Nagaland for Christ will take place not at the point of the sword but with […]

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Monsoon Fashion: Uplift Your Mood With Style When it Showers

By   /  June 24, 2017  /  OP-ED  /  Comments Off on Monsoon Fashion: Uplift Your Mood With Style When it Showers

By Kishori Sud | IANS While many wait for the monsoon season to arrive, mucky roads and gloomy weather have the capacity to put off people. Some individuals give up on their fashion choices and put convenience before style during the rainy season. But experts suggest ways in which you can up your game on the […]

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Story of Naga Club and Simon Commision Petition

By   /  June 23, 2017  /  OP-ED  /  Comments Off on Story of Naga Club and Simon Commision Petition

The Naga Club changed the history of the Naga. Many writers have written about it, some overdosed, others underdosed. This writer made an attempt to bring it out ‘it is as it is’ for future generations to reminiscence it. If you like read on.The Naga Club changed the history of the Naga. Many writers have […]

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We Prudes Feel Assailed, But We’ll Win in the End (The Funny Side)

By   /  June 23, 2017  /  OP-ED  /  Comments Off on We Prudes Feel Assailed, But We’ll Win in the End (The Funny Side)

By Nury Vittachi | IANS These days people are willing to stand up for every subset of sexual identities — except for one group. What about prudes? Our rights are trampled on every day. Several times a week, something shocking comes on TV and my children shout “Not suitable for Dad!” and I have to race […]

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Use Water Sensibly, Harvest Rainwater: Need of Time

By   /  June 23, 2017  /  OP-ED  /  Comments Off on Use Water Sensibly, Harvest Rainwater: Need of Time

Water is not just a commodity. It is a source of life, dignity, and equality of opportunity. It is the oil of the 21st century and as with oil, supplies of easily accessible clean water are coming under enormous strain because increasing population and growing water-water intensive life. Water is at the core of sustainable […]

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What If Nagas Are Governed by Factions?

By   /  June 23, 2017  /  OP-ED  /  Comments Off on What If Nagas Are Governed by Factions?

I have come to a strong belief that failure of development in Nagaland is due to the presence of some forces/factions that are tirelessly at work. But the laws that regulate them make me think that they have greater visions and prospects for Nagas. It can be for good or bad, life or death. The […]

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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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