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Change is Coming Sooner or Later!

By   /  May 24, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Change is Coming Sooner or Later!

The political u-turn in Karnataka has exposed the bigger intestine of the Central Government. BJP Government tried to play the game in Karnataka by attaining single largest party. They forced themselves to form the Government. The BJP party in Nagaland celebrated the poll result of Karnataka. The Government collapsed in no time. Usually what goes […]

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When Will I Stop Paying

By   /  May 24, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on When Will I Stop Paying

The Nagaland Peace talks have been going on for a while now. Lot of speculations are making rounds about its outcome and the contents of the final peace agreement. The peaceful conduct of the election is a testimony of the people’s verdict on the need for peace, a clear indication of the weariness of the […]

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Should or Shouldn’t Nagas Have Political Solution?

By   /  May 14, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Should or Shouldn’t Nagas Have Political Solution?

Despite of we, the Nagas, being impatient for Political Solution for years, we still seem to have two varied opinions on whether we like to have solution or not to have it. Some insists that so long as Naga solution is without Sovereignty and Integration based on Plebiscite of 1951, such solution bereft of the […]

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An Open Letter to respected CM of Nagaland, Shri Neiphiu Rio

By   /  May 14, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on An Open Letter to respected CM of Nagaland, Shri Neiphiu Rio

Honourable Sir, The Bible teaches us that every Government Ruler is established with the approval of God and as a Christian it is our solemn duty to pay our due respect to the rulers. Having said that I take this opportunity as a privilege and honour to state a few lines before your Respected Office. […]

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India’s Hostile Attitude Towards China is Harmful to Northeast Region

By   /  May 13, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on India’s Hostile Attitude Towards China is Harmful to Northeast Region

Ever since the humiliating defeat of India in China-India war (1962), India’s attitude towards China was that of hostility. Nehru’s Panchsheel policy (peaceful co-existence with neighbors) was largely blamed for allowing China to take advantage. It permanently bridged the trust, at least on Indian side. After that war, India’s attitude towards the northeast region became […]

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Transfix at Crossroad? History Beckons!

By   /  May 13, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Transfix at Crossroad? History Beckons!

The recent inconclusive conclave of the Chief Ministers of the north-east States initiated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at Delhi to discuss on the ‘Act East Policy’ reminds the Naga people in particular how peculiarly fragile the Indo-Naga situation is. ‘Look East Policy’ to ‘Act East Policy’ of the Government of India is nothing […]

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Newborn Killing Syndrome

By   /  May 12, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Newborn Killing Syndrome

It is a matter of grave concern to frequently discover the bodies of newborn being thrown in an open garbage in different pockets of Nagaland. It breaks my heart to see the images and videos being circulated through social media. Such angelic faces being abandoned or thrown at the roadside, jungle and river side, the […]

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She Worked!

By   /  May 12, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on She Worked!

My name is Duthrupu and I run 5 km every-day! Because it helps me think and I enjoy it. I run because I also don’t like doctors. I also celebrate my birthday every year – as if it is my greatest achievement, though I did nothing to have it. When I was younger I used […]

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A Tale of Government Quarters!

By   /  April 30, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on A Tale of Government Quarters!

Off late, a new sense of belonging has found its root deep in the minds of the Government servants in the Government quarters. I call this ‘a self-centered sense of belonging’ because with transfer, all furniture (bed, chairs, tables and racks), electric bulbs and wires, curtains, etc., etc… disappear along with the person. Fortunate that […]

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Collective Responsibility: No Time For Fear

By   /  April 30, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Collective Responsibility: No Time For Fear

Every Human, as a Social Being, owes Responsibility to the Society he lives in. Part of this responsibility lies in looking out for the welfare of other members of our Society. This entails not only caring for the less fortunate among us, but also ensuring that the Customs and Laws which regulate the smooth running […]

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