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Why Staff Selection Board is Needed in Our State?

By   /  September 23, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Why Staff Selection Board is Needed in Our State?

The manner of appointments in PWD department had caused huge uproar among the legislators in the recently completed Assembly Session of the NLA. A week before the Assembly session, the result of LDA CUM COMPUTER ASSISTANT posts in the Agri department had caused similar uproar, at least on social media. Time and again, the government […]

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Taking One More Step to Move Ahead

By   /  September 23, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Taking One More Step to Move Ahead

The Report of Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) which was tabled in the recently concluded session of the 13th Nagaland Legislative Assembly was thoroughly embarrassing as a Christian. Some may say it was not as bad as before and take comfort in it. However, from unverifiable projects to doubtful execution, from short execution to abandonment […]

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Naga Hoho and NSF: Malafide Organisations

By   /  September 23, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Naga Hoho and NSF: Malafide Organisations

The term, “malafide” has a number of meanings; here, I use it in two senses, namely, “dishonest” and “illegal”. The Naga Hoho and the Naga Students’ Federation are dishonest organisations because they have included non-Naga tribes into organisations which, by their very titles, are meant for Naga Tribes alone. And due to this act of […]

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The White Elephant is Dead; What’s Next?

By   /  September 21, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on The White Elephant is Dead; What’s Next?

Longrangty Longchar | EMN It was indeed very saddening to hear our Chief Minister, Shri. Neiphiu Rio, on the floor of the revered Nagaland Legislative Assembly, that there has been no progress on the revival of the Tuli Paper Mill (or Nagaland Pulp & Paper Mill). Often dubbed as ‘The White Elephant’ by the media, […]

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Distancing From the Bitter Past

By   /  September 19, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Distancing From the Bitter Past

“Yesterday’s mistakes: no regrets, just lessons for today and a stepping stone for tomorrow!” Many people keep distance, or even get completely freed from their bitter past through faith, or self-control, or prayers and fast, or by sacrificing bad company and making new good friends. But for me, it’s my poetries and other piece of […]

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Tribalism is…

By   /  September 19, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Tribalism is…

Tribalism is when we publicly display our pride for the private and personal achievements of members of our tribe, yet fail to express our shame for the social misdeeds of our community members. Tribalism is when tribal organisations consider even random acts of injustice against one of their member(s) as an act/insult against the whole […]

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Letter to the Government of India

By   /  September 19, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Letter to the Government of India

Meitei-Naga Relationship Having observed all the hues and cries in both the print and electronic media about the slogans of bandhs, strikes, dharnas and blockades, I find that “the Meitei community is really very proud to say that they have 2000 years of history.” I appreciate their love for their land and history. I have […]

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A Visitor to Nagaland

By   /  September 19, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on A Visitor to Nagaland

As a New Zealander visiting Nagaland for the first time, I am struck by the grandeur of the mountains, the villages clinging to the sides of steep slopes, and Kohima town functioning on top of a mountain range. The ingenuity, the courage and stamina of your people, living in such challenging geography is an inspiration. […]

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Protective Thinking: Manipur State is Still Winning

By   /  September 16, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Protective Thinking: Manipur State is Still Winning

The uncertainty on the possible outcome of Naga Peace Talk even after signing the 3rd August Framework Agreement and latest social-political developments happening in Manipur as well as in Nagaland clearly shows that Manipur is still winning in countering the limited progress made my Naga Nationalists. This article shall highlight how Manipur is still winning […]

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My Experiences With People of Bhandari

By   /  September 16, 2018  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on My Experiences With People of Bhandari

Memories go back to the year 2012 when I was transferred from Govt. Higher Secondary School, Dimapur to GHSS Bhandari. Few friends and well wishers cautioned me and offered advises with real concerns as discharging duties as administrator of an educational institution is quite different from teaching students. Some friends hailing from the majority community […]

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