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Fragmentation of Elephant Corridor at Bagthy Valley and the Result

By   /  March 26, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Fragmentation of Elephant Corridor at Bagthy Valley and the Result

Elephant herds are known to migrate across 350-500 sq. Km but increasingly fragmented landscapes are driving the giant mammals more frequently into human dominated areas, giving rise to more human-elephant conflicts, it is thus of crucial importance for both elephant and human habitats for maintenance of elephant corridors. The more the fragmentation of the landscape, […]

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‘Alcohol: An Evil Menace in Our Society’

By   /  March 26, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on ‘Alcohol: An Evil Menace in Our Society’

Nagaland Public Service Commission (NPSC) conducted Common Educational Service Examination 2019 (CESE) recently for recruitment to Asst. Professor(s), Lecturer(s) and Post-Graduate Teacher(s) under the Department of Higher Education, Technical Education, SCERT and School Education in the State. The examination was conducted at three centres in Kohima. It is learnt from a reliable source that a […]

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Elections

By   /  March 25, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Elections

Another election is just round the corner, and the public of Nagaland are called upon to elect. Money, frankly speaking will be thrown around again. Though not in the same mass and volume as ‘m.l.a’ elections as we are wont to say! After all it is just a ‘M. P.’ election. Moral voices are saying […]

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In Kohima, Longing for Kohima: A Reading of Easterine Kire’s Respectable Woman

By   /  March 22, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on In Kohima, Longing for Kohima: A Reading of Easterine Kire’s Respectable Woman

Even in Kyōto— hearing the cuckoo’s cry— I long for Kyōto When Matsuo Basho (1644-1698), the famed Japanese poet and diarist, composed this haiku, he was probably musing about memory and nostalgia— on pain and suffering caused by attachment.Kire’s latest novel, Respectable Woman, a chronicle of the endless and excruciating transition that the Nagas find […]

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God, the Law Giver and His Institution of Civil Governments

By   /  March 21, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on God, the Law Giver and His Institution of Civil Governments

The institution of law and the rule of law did not begin with the likes of philosophers like Hobbes or Locke’s in the 17th and 18th centuries. It also did not begin with Greek philosophers like Plato or Aristotle towards the end of the BC era (429-322 BC). The institution of law and the rule […]

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Framework Agreement – Still No Solution in Sight

By   /  March 19, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Framework Agreement – Still No Solution in Sight

There is a saying, ‘A long dialogue means both the parties are wrong ‘. The Indo-Naga political dialogue has been going on for more than six decades now and still no immediate solution in sight.The Framework Agreement which was signed some years back has little hope, many are still skeptical and curious to know about […]

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Are We Ready for the Fast Approaching Grand Festival of Democracy?

By   /  March 19, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Are We Ready for the Fast Approaching Grand Festival of Democracy?

As election time is again round the corner, our minds are filled with curiosity and excitement as to what will ensue and unfold in the aftermath of the grand event or festival of democracy. We Indians are privileged to be part of the largest democracy to which the whole world looks up with so much […]

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Naga Freedom Struggle Orchestra

By   /  March 19, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Naga Freedom Struggle Orchestra

In a classical music orchestra you will see the performance consists of distinct sounds from varied instruments. However, the unique combination produces harmonious melody. This harmony depends on two vital elements. First, the score informs each musician which note to play. Second, the conductor directs them when they are to play. It would be a […]

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A Layman’s Take on ANSTA’s Rejoinder

By   /  March 17, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on A Layman’s Take on ANSTA’s Rejoinder

I was among the many readers who were thoroughly enlightened and encouraged by the article on Private Schools by Dr. Andrew Ahoto, President of ANPSA (Dimapur) which appeared in the media on 11th March 2019. The article has brought to fore some of the most important issues that our society is right now reeling under, […]

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Nagas Need to Be Unique, Not Different

By   /  March 16, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Nagas Need to Be Unique, Not Different

Any Society is a conglomeration of different dimensions and types of people categorised primarily on their functionality. The functional requirements have lent to creation of different vertical pillars in society. “Caste System” is one of the forms which have made up the verticals for the society to function. These verticals got knit together due to […]

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