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The Blind Still Leading The Blind

By   /  March 14, 2017  /  Opinion, Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on The Blind Still Leading The Blind

In The Morung Express and the Eastern Mirror of March 13, 2017, appears an article by Khekiye K. Sema, titled, “REVISITING ‘THE FINAL CHAPTER’.” Paragraph one of the article reminds the reader that what the reader is about to read is an article that originally appeared on March 15, 2014. The reason for the republication […]

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“Astute Reasoning…, and … Contextual Observation” Cannot Hide Appeasement

By   /  March 11, 2017  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on “Astute Reasoning…, and … Contextual Observation” Cannot Hide Appeasement

In the Eastern Mirror dated March 10, 2017, the paper itself had an editorial which praised a statement made by Dr. Temsula Ao during the celebration of International Women’s Day at Kohima on March 8th. The Mirror loves her viewpoint, burying her statement with effusive praise: “Dr. Temsula … comes as a voice of astute […]

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On Ignorance

By   /  March 11, 2017  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on On Ignorance

Being ignorant is not bad; ignorance is not something evil or anything to be ashamed of. Nobody knows everything about every topic under the sun. The problem with many educated Nagas is that we are ashamed to admit our ignorance on any subject. We think that once we have received a degree on a certain […]

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Sharing Opinion

By   /  March 11, 2017  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Sharing Opinion

We all being on board of the same vehicle, sharing opinions with one another is necessary and it is what I encourage any body to venture to do so. Expressing opinions out of tank of thought is precious whatever it may be. It may be a matter of pointing out my shortcoming or failure or […]

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Some thoughts on the demands of JCC/NTAC

By   /  March 10, 2017  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Some thoughts on the demands of JCC/NTAC

Of late, the NTAC, the JCC in which all of us from different Naga tribes are good members have been demanding with ultimatum the suspension of the Commissioner of Police, the Deputy Commissioner Longleng and the police personnel involved in the unfortunate loss of our three brothers as a result of the ULB elections imbroglio […]

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Dear Leaders, Give Us A Reason to Elect You Again

By   /  March 8, 2017  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Dear Leaders, Give Us A Reason to Elect You Again

Every time election approached you came with colourful promises, but when you got elected you could hardly fulfill any of those heartwarming promises you made. As a matter of fact many common people who were once good and loving neighbours had to fight with one another to get you elected. We know that a good […]

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Misconceptions

By   /  March 7, 2017  /  OP-ED, Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Misconceptions

The tumultuous events of the past few months have seen controversies and misconceptions on many matters; the latest are centred on the demand, by the J.C.C. and the N.T.A.C., for the suspension of the then Police Commissioner and all police personnel involved in the tragic incident of the 31st. of January. On this issue, the […]

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Shouldn’t we restructure and strengthen the apex organisations like Naga Hoho, NSF and NMA ?

By   /  March 4, 2017  /  Opinion, Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Shouldn’t we restructure and strengthen the apex organisations like Naga Hoho, NSF and NMA ?

I have no doubt that the very mention of these entities is not going to go well with many people. But whether we like it or not, we the Nagas deserve a common platform at different levels specially in difficult times like we are facing today. Every sensible person would have observed that during the […]

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Elimination of Tribalism in Nagaland Should Become a Success Story

By   /  March 2, 2017  /  Opinion, Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Elimination of Tribalism in Nagaland Should Become a Success Story

Many Nagas are excited that the recent protest  against Government policy  resulted in Elimination of tribalism in Nagaland. This is indeed  a historic that all the tribes of Nagaland worked  together in  complete Unity. However, there  is a question  if  all will  like this great achievement  practically  last forever ?   If all individuals and  tribes […]

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The Prime Minister is the Father of the Country

By   /  March 1, 2017  /  Opinion, Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on The Prime Minister is the Father of the Country

While a Prime Minister is from a political party, by virtue of his being the Prime Minister, he is looked upon as the father of the country and he is expected to be above the spirit of narrow partisanship as he is to say” my country, my people” wherever he goes. During his historic visit […]

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