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Ozone: The Silent Guardian

By   /  September 15, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Ozone: The Silent Guardian

Imagine a day where basking out in the sun would turn out to be extremely fatal due to the excessive ultraviolet radiation from the sun. Thankfully we are safe to bask peacefully in the sun especially during the cold chilling winter because of the ozone layer which acts as our guardian angel. It helps in […]

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Request for Separate Question Paper for Social Sciences

By   /  September 13, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Request for Separate Question Paper for Social Sciences

Open letter to the Chairman, Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) Kohima: Nagaland. Respected Madam, This is in response to your official notification No.42/2019, Dated the 4th Sept, 2019 wherein it is notified that two sets of QP will be set only for science subject for HSLC exam 2020 due to revision of syllabus and textbooks. […]

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Teaching Job Satisfaction: A Need or an Option

By   /  September 13, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Teaching Job Satisfaction: A Need or an Option

To find a niche for happiness in what you are doing is a great achievement in itself. Job satisfaction can also be addressed as Job Contentment or Happiness in one’s profession. It does not necessarily mean you are fully satisfied with the salary, environment, colleagues, customers and your duty but it is the gem to […]

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Economic Slowdown and You

By   /  September 10, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Economic Slowdown and You

The Indian economy is making headlines for worrying reasons, bringing to mind a book of AmartyaSen and Jean Dreze, “An Uncertain Glory”, written about the Indian economy at a time when it was making headlines for buoyant reasons. Expectedly, analyses are and would be made concerning, why the current economic slowdown? And suggestions made on, […]

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Protective Thinking: Village Nationalist

By   /  September 10, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Protective Thinking: Village Nationalist

What is a village but a sink of localism, a den of ignorance, narrow-mindedness, and communalism? wrote B. R. Ambedkar. These words of Ambedkar ring true in today’s Naga village context. I meant no disrespect to Naga villages, but it’s time the younger generation starts the democratic debate on the positions occupied by the village […]

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Corruption: A Major Setback for Development

By   /  September 8, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Corruption: A Major Setback for Development

Our political and public leaders talk about development of all kinds in every public gathering, speeches were hurled, promises made especially during election time. Bureaucrats, govt. officers/officials, businessmen give assurances to the general public that they will be provided with this etc….but still all these seemed to be a far cry than achieving it. If […]

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The Framework Agreement: A Permanent or Temporary Solution

By   /  September 8, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on The Framework Agreement: A Permanent or Temporary Solution

Since the announcement of the new Governor to the state of Nagaland, we’ve seen a lot of optimism and euphoria, among various tribal apex bodies, civil organizations, public leaders, intellectuals, and the public in general, about the possible conclusion to the infamous and nebulous the ‘Framework Agreement.’ Yet, amid such elation, have we abandoned reason […]

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Who is Leading Nagas to Nowhere?

By   /  September 7, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Who is Leading Nagas to Nowhere?

The leadership of Nagas is being tampered and trampled from time to time. This has given opportunity to many associations and NGOs to take up the role of leadership in leading Nagas towards peace and prosperity. But many associations and leaders failed due to inner conflicts and misunderstandings. Good will could not withstand misapprehension from […]

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Perhaps Nagas Don’t Deserve Good Roads

By   /  September 5, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on Perhaps Nagas Don’t Deserve Good Roads

Or clean drains, or beautiful buildings, or well lit streets. Now don’t get me wrong. We don’t deserve it because we just do not know what to do with them—except destroy, litter, pollute. We may be driving a 2019 model SUV, but our civic sense is two or three centuries behind. With the state literacy […]

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A Brief Summary of Naga Political History

By   /  September 4, 2019  /  Views & Reviews  /  Comments Off on A Brief Summary of Naga Political History

As the present talks seem to be coming to a conclusion, I humbly feel that every Naga should have a recapitulation of their history so that we do not end once again in another political quandary without any solution in sight. Naga history in Biblical and theological perspective. No nation on earth has evolved from […]

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