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Mesmerising Messi

Rivalry between boxing legends Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier was widely regarded as the greatest in combat sport in the last century. But post 2000, the Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal rivalry in tennis; and Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in footba...

03 Dec 2019

Cricket Wealth from the Northeast

Can Indian cricket prosper whilst overlooking the Northeastern region? The question should be raised after the suggestions made by cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar to make the country a formidable force in cricket. Sachin has asked to change the Duleep ...

02 Dec 2019

Creating Global Indian Giants

By Taponeel Mukherjee | IANS As debates on Indian economic growth, infrastructure and job creation, business environment and corporate balance sheets rage on, an alternative way to boosting the Indian economy would be to create Indian businesses tha...

01 Dec 2019

How Relevant Today is Media in Shaping Public Opinion

The role mass media play helps shape and form opinions in every space, paradigms and format of our local perception and cognizance to geopolitical trades and global consumerist speed and humanitarian normative. This makes media a source of good and b...

01 Dec 2019

Message of the Hon’ble Governor of Nagaland, Shri RN Ravi on the Eve of 57th Statehood Day of Nagaland

My dear Brothers, Sisters and Youth of Nagaland, On the eve of 57th Statehood Day of Nagaland, I extend my warmest greetings and best wishes to all of you. Nagaland is a tribute to the indomitable spirit of our people. It is a tribute to our leaders ...

30 Nov 2019

Nagaland’s Hornbill Festival- A Commentary on the Evolution of a Tourism Event

“Memory, is the diary that we all carry about with us” Oscar Wilde. Come December, and all roads lead to Kohima, or more precisely to KISAMA, and the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland, which is held annually from 1st to 10th December since 2003. The ...

30 Nov 2019

One Battle Won But Several Others Remain for ‘Maha Vikas Aghadi’ in Maharashtra

From the agrarian crisis to the future of the bullet train, there are several serious issues the new government will have to tackle. By Sukanya Shantha | thewire.in The ‘Maha Vikas Aghadi’, a newly floated front of the Shiv Sena, Nationalist Con...

29 Nov 2019

Despite the Great IRS Tech, India’s Remote-Sensing Programme Remains a Downer

In the late 1990s, space agencies from around the world sought India’s remote-sensing products. However, structural and logistical aspects of the satellite fleet continue to hold it back. By Kabir Agarwal | thewire.in India launched Cartosat 3, it...

29 Nov 2019

Our Place in the Universe Will Change Dramatically in the Next 50 Years – Here’s How

By Robin Smith | The Conversation In 1900, so the story goes, prominent physicist Lord Kelvin addressed the British Association for the Advancement of Science with these words: “There is nothing new to be discovered in physics now.” How wrong he...

29 Nov 2019

Dwindling Tropical Rainforests Mean Lost Medicines Yet to Be Discovered in Their Plants

By Walter Suza | The Conversation Growing up in Tanzania, I knew that fruit trees were useful. Climbing a mango tree to pick a fruit was a common thing to do when I was hungry, even though at times there were unintended consequences. My failure to r...

29 Nov 2019

Hornbill Festival and Tourism Imperatives

The festive season is here with the much-awaited annual Hornbill Festival set to commence before the Christmas season, and followed by the New Year. Of all the events being celebrated in Nagaland, Hornbill Festival, which is dubbed the “Festival of...

29 Nov 2019

Platform Companies: Leveraging the India Story in the Long Run

By Taponeel Mukherjee | IANS Real per capita GDP, stock market indices and consumption trends in India are currently interesting. Even as real GDP at an aggregate and per capita basis have broadly trended higher, equity market valuations have fluctu...

20 Oct 2018

Speech of Yilow Humtsoe on Naga National Martyrs’ Day

Dear Naga People, Today is our Naga National Martyrs’ Day, therefore, I on behalf of the Naga National Council (Parent Body) salute all the Naga Martyrs’ who have sacrificed their lives for the cause of Naga sovereignty. I prayerfully bow down to...

17 Oct 2018

Message on the 67th Naga Martyrs’ Day

Dear Fellow Nagas, I greet you all in the Matchless Name of God, on behalf of the Naga National Council, on this auspicious occasion in the most sacred memory of all the noble Martyrs who had laid down their precious lives for the Naga Nation. In tim...

17 Oct 2018

Eradication of Poverty is a Lifelong Cause

Temshinaro | EMN The International Day for Eradication of Poverty has been observed across the globe since 1987 and the theme for this year’s edition of the commemorative event is “Coming together with those furthest behind to build an inclusive ...

17 Oct 2018

Biblical View of Death

By Yumri Taipodia Death is the natural thing that everyone has to experience. It is a penalty for sin and to be feared. Biologically, death is a necessity for every creature yet human does not die like animals. It is a charitable for men to die glor...

06 Jul 2018

Appeal to AGM State Bank of India, RBO Dimapur

This is the draw the benign attention of your esteemed authority for necesary action for redressal of needs and grievances in the interest of the public of Rengma and as a concerned citizen.It is quite evident that State Bank of India, Branch Tseminy...

06 Jul 2018

Appreciating Your Esteemed Response To – “An Open Letter To Her Respectable and Honourable Adinno Phizo, President NNC”

Respected Mr. Kolezo Chase. Spokesman, NNC. My letter, published in Letter to the Editor, Eastern Mirror, dated May 24, 2018, seeking a clarification for a particular sentence; under the heading “An open letter to her respectable and honourable Adi...

22 Jun 2018

To Our Dearest Daddy (Daniel Kikon)

The days which we celebrate are considered very important to us and by celebrating them we become more aware of their value and in this way we convey our message to other world too. Celebration for each event has its own specialty and fathers’ day ...

16 Jun 2018

“Set Your House in Order” (2 Chronicles 31:20-21)

“ My father didn’t tell me to live; he lived and let me watch him do it”  “ My father didn’t tell me to live; he lived and let me watch him do it”  Clarence B.  Kelland First of all, a very happy and blessed Father’s Day to all the...

16 Jun 2018

A Father’s Role in National Politics and Civil Governments

The Bible is very clear that Christians should not “love the world” or the “things of the world” (1 Jn.2:15). But are national politics or civil governments “things of the world” to which a Christian father should not get involved in? Let...

16 Jun 2018

Letter to CM

Respected Chief Minister, Thank you for the Dr.T.Ao Regional Football Academy. Dr T Ao’s family is extremely grateful to everyone involved in the laying function of the Dr. T. Ao Regional Football Academy Foundation Stone on the 8th June, 2018, ins...

14 Jun 2018

Response to “An Open Letter to Her Respectable and Honourable Adinno Phizo, President NNC”

Dear Mr. Featherman, Your article “An open letter to her respectable and honourable Adinno Phizo, President NNC”, Eastern Mirror dated May 24, 2018 has put forth some questions in regard to the speech of Adinno Phizo. President NNC on the Plebisc...

29 May 2018

An Open Letter to Her Respectable and Honourable Adinno Phizo, President NNC

Respected Sir/Ma’am This is in response to an article published in Eastern Mirror on Thursday, the 17th May, 2018; on page 1: under the heading “Naga people nothing in common with India — Adinno Phizo” and another article published in pag...

24 May 2018

HSSLC / HSLC Results: An Advisory to Parents

Results of the HSLC & HSSLC exams will be declared on 18th May 2018 and many parents and children might be busy discussing about their future course of action. Many may have clear ambitions and majority may prefer to go along the flow. I wish to ...

17 May 2018