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The Greatest Fear Post-Solution

One empirically evident objective of the existing developmental planning and its real-time execution is fundamentally driven by services which the State readily renders to govern. To exert authority over a region has formed part of the development in...

20 Nov 2019

The Chance to Replenish Nagaland

The saddest history of the political journey of the Nagas is the indelible chapter of the story of the discord and the subsequent disintegration of the Naga National Movement (NNM) into factions followed by fratricidal conflict that has to be clubbed...

19 Nov 2019

Can Anyone Hear Our Cry?

Hello! Respected Sirs and Madams, our school teachers are crying but without tears; working but without pay; sweating but without pay. Most of them are living under the mercies of their friends and families borrowing. And some even to the extent of f...

15 Nov 2019

Let’s Hope for Peace

Thank God for the NSCN (IM)’s concession to the Peace Talks. Let’s hope that peace will be ushered not only in Nagaland but in Manipur, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh and the whole of the North East region. Let us also know the content of the Agreem...

13 Nov 2019

Should India Give to Nagas What China Has Given to Tibet?

Soon after Indo-Naga peace talks wrapped up on what it was termed as official deadline October 31, there has been mixed feelings ranting the air – some pro-talks were euphoric whilst others remained silent and unconvinced that it has arrived to any...

02 Nov 2019

Appeal to the Contractors and State Government

In view of the massive landslide at New Chümoukedima (erroneously called PAKALA PAHAR) area near Chathe Bridge which is taking a week to clear the mudslide, I as a concerned citizen of the area would like to appeal the concerned contractors and the ...

02 Nov 2019

Continue the Good Fight

Dear Editor, Since the inception of the Naga movement, many lives have been laid down, many villages been burnt, many lives destroyed by the torture yet hopes and courage stood firm. The torture and killings were savage; we were treated like lesser h...

01 Nov 2019

Integrity – A Way of Life

As India observes Vigilance Awareness Week 2019 (Oct. 28 – Nov. 02) under the theme, “Integrity – A Way of Life, Dimapur Govt. College which is also observing the same, would like to share some thoughts on this year’s theme, considering the s...

01 Nov 2019

Solution Without Cell Phone

Cell phones have become such a crucial part of our daily lives that it has become akin to a vestigial organ to our body. Excess dependence on it, for any and everything, has gotten us to a stage that its deprivation will seriously hamper our aptitude...

30 Oct 2019

Hope Modi With His Dynamism and Charisma Will Be Able to Resolve Naga Political Issue Once and For All

“I assure you that we will always be sensitive to the needs and concerns of the people of Nagaland, as also of the people of other North-Eastern States. Similarly, the people belonging to each State, and each ethnic group, in the North-East should ...

30 Oct 2019

The Steps Leaders Should Keep in Mind and Follow to Lead the Future Generation Successfully

We’ve all heard the old saying, “Don’t be a follower, be a leader.” What does it take to be a true leader? Today’s generation have lost their way by being followers of dangerous trends. Subsequently, this generation is becoming complacent b...

30 Oct 2019

10 Tips to Improve Your Child’s Concentration and Focus

A child’s brain is malleable and under the right conditioning, a parent can program their child into forming healthy cognitive habits of learning and growing. Of course, there are myriad types of gifted and average ‘child-intelligence’ in the s...

30 Oct 2019

Will Nagas Honour My Unique History

As uncertainty looms large over the Naga accord, the future is at stake, not only for the Nagas in particular and the North-East India in general, but also for the other indigenous inhabitants of Nagaland- much forgotten in the vagaries of time. One ...

29 Oct 2019

What is Naga Sovereignty?

Land, people and supreme power to make own laws and exercise for self-rule are basic elements of sovereignty. Article 1 of Naga Yehzabo (constitution) defined sovereign Naga territories as all ancestral Naga domain areas. (It is plain from this defin...

28 Oct 2019

So Long, Uncle Z Katiry

The dead of any human being, whether young or old, great or small, is same in the eyes of God. It is also true in the eyes of human beings when we reflect on the value of each human life. But, on the other hand, when we consider the extent of influen...

26 Oct 2019

We Oppose Violence and the Threat of Violence

Because of our history and the untold pain and suffering our people have experienced over the decades from different forces, we are today committed to non-violence and action based on honest and open dialogue. We are concerned Nagas, who oppose viole...

25 Oct 2019

Let’s Appreciate All Contributions for the Naga Cause

As a citizen of the State as Nagas, I would like to share some few points with appeal to all the Naga’s who are peace, loving people by contributing and contributed with their supreme sacrifices for the cause of the Nagas. As we have been fighting ...

24 Oct 2019

Delhi’s Final Accord Should Not Create Fear, Anxiety in People’s Minds

Ever since the “Framework Agreement” was signed between the Government of India and the NSCN (IM), leaders of various Naga civil societies had been urging the parties to make the contents of the accord public. Some concerned Members of Parliament...

24 Oct 2019

The Indo-Naga Peace Talk Crisis

In the Chinese language, the word crisis is composed of two characters, one representing danger and the other, opportunity. The Indo-Naga political peace talk scenario is similar to the concept of the word crisis. It is presenting both danger and opp...

23 Oct 2019

Harassment in Government Offices

I am writing with much disappointment over the District Transport Office and Passport Office, Dimapur. If one has to apply for a Driving Licence, a form costing INR 20/- has to be procured from the office. Later at the completion of filling up the fo...

23 Oct 2019

Coal-Fired Power Plant Near Sundarbans: The Silence Depicts India’s Hegemony Over Bangladesh!

India has been given a tag as the Regional Hegemon of South Asia. India is Bangladesh’s giant neighbour, so for sure; it has its influence on Bangladesh. There are several throaty assertions that India cannot influence completely the mind-set of th...

23 Oct 2019

On Fasting and Prayer for Indo-Naga Political Problem

It is encouraging to see the clarion call by the Council of Nagalim Churches (CNC) and the Ao Baptist Arogo Mungdang (ABAM, the apex body of Ao churches) for fasting and prayer on the 23rd of October, 2019 (Wednesday) for an honourable solution to th...

22 Oct 2019

A Time to Build and Heal Our Land: The Naga Rising

The office of the Government of India’s (GoI) Representative and Interlocutor for the Naga Peace Talks has come out with a press communique on October 18, 2019 outlining the broad contours of the peace process that was explained to the assembled ga...

22 Oct 2019

Decoding Low Employees’ Intake in Flourishing Private Sector

Whereas the absence of large-scale industries is obvious, Nagaland has seen gradual growth in private enterprises as well as expansion in private marketing networks. Such private undertakings mostly flourish in urban settings providing job opportunit...

21 Oct 2019

BSNL Broadband to ShortBand

BSNL, is one of the oldest and most trusted telecom services in Nagaland but off late it’s gone of radar and is losing its status as a reliable and competent telecommunication company. From cellular mobileto the broadband servicesit’s become a ro...

21 Oct 2019