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  • For somebody, whose educational qualification is pretty limited, R. Daikho Poumai has done extremely well for himself. Although attending college remained a distant dream for him, he managed to pass high school from Assam Rifles S...

  • Ancient Christians in Rome used to call Easter Sundays as the ‘Sundays of Happiness’. Christians on that day did not greet each other with the usual pleasantries, but affirmed the belief in Christ in their verbal exchanges. When o...

  • Nagaland, well-known for its natural beauty and breath-taking pristine natural forests is also known for its warm and hospitable people. In December 1968, I was posted in Pfutsero in Kohima District of Nagaland, as Second-in-Comma...

  • The following write up is a concise report of the Community-Oriented Services performed by Students of Immanuel College as Part of the college effort to sensitize the students to the needs of the society and respond to them accord...

  • TREKKERS EXPERIENCE & PERSPECTIVE American poet Robert Frost’s famous adage “But I have promises to keep and miles to go before I go to sleep” may very well address the Foothill Highway which can neither be ignored nor forg...

  • As a follow-up of the previous research at Mimi, the on-going archaeological excavation in the Mimi region of Kiphire District is part of the State Government research program “Cultural History, Ethnography and the Physical Charac...

 
 
Yimchalu: The making of a Farm Village
Issued by, VDB, Yimchalu Village, Mokokchung.
Embracing Changki
Susan Waten, Travelling Writer.