A public lecture on the topic “The Christian in Politics: Vocation, Advocacy or Witness?” was delivered by Rev Dr. Gordon Graham, a professor at Princeton Theological Seminary, New Jersey, USA. The event was organized by Oriental
As part of National Service Scheme (NSS) unit programme, the Mount Olive College (MOC) Kohima NSS volunteers paid visit to cradle ridge, Kohima October 18 led by NSS unit programme officers Kughatoli V. Aye and Vivino Seleyi.
Pfutsero Government College (PGC) observed its 32nd parting social at the college auditorium October 20 on the theme ‘looking back’ with SCERT parliamentary secretary higher education, Deo Nukhu as chief guest.
Speaking on the o
Naga United Club (NUC) and Barak Football Club Monday entered the semi-final of the 15th NSF Martyrs’ memorial trophy 2014 at local ground, Kohima.
In the first quarterfinal, Naga United beat Hq IGAR (North) 2-1 . Keyigumwangbe o
Derek Hough accepted an award at the GLSEN Gala on Friday (Oct. 17) for speaking out about bullying, which is something he knows all too well. The Dancing With the Stars pro opened up about his shocking past during the star-studde
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe suffered a double setback Monday with the resignations of two female cabinet ministers over claims they misused political funds, dealing a blow to his proclaimed gender reform drive.
US Secretary of State John Kerry met leaders from the Asia Pacific region in Indonesia on Monday, seeking more help in the US-led effort against Islamic State in the Middle East.
In a one-day stop in Jakarta for the inauguration