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The Years in Service

By   /  August 29, 2013  /  Khekiye K Sema, OP-ED  /  2 Comments

Continued ….3 Last week My Years in Service drew us into the real life drama which inspires reel life.Graphic recollections of the establishments of villages in Mon, of monkey dak runners and near warring villages …and the rare glimpse of how even civil servants look towards ‘divine’ intervention to save the day. Read on… [dropcap]I[/dropcap]t […]

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The Years in Service

By   /  August 23, 2013  /  Khekiye K Sema  /  1 Comment

Continued…2 In the Years in Service, Khekiye Sema share rare vignettes of what the call of duty can sometimes imply in Nagaland for a civil servant. Much has perhaps changed in the last two decades but paradoxically much remains the same. One being the penchant for pork and rice brew. Read on THE countdown initiative […]

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The Years In Service

By   /  August 15, 2013  /  Khekiye K Sema  /  1 Comment

Continued from 9th August …… Last week the writer in his story “The Years In Service” reached the Wakching outpost. Here, he learnt the inherent limited vocabularly of Naga dialects and why its crucial for people in public service to know important “words” and” figures of speech” used in the area.. Read on [dropcap]T[/dropcap]hough an […]

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