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Reviewing a not-so-distant past: Changki village had attracted much positive attention in Nagaland ever since Christianity and modern education began transforming the old ways of life and living. Although of course, the first Ame...
‘Maati Ke Rang’ a cultural extravaganza
The North East Zone Cultural Centre (NEZCC) hosted the 3rd edition of the national cultural festival, ‘Maati Ke Rang’ festival, from January 13-17, 2015, at Dimapur. The cultural extravaganza saw more than 600 artists from all ov...
Boost organic farming for healthy living
By Dzüthono Mekro Making commitment to healthy eating is a great start towards a healthier life. Beyond eating fruits, vegetables and whole grains, there is a question of food safety, nutrition and sustainability. The health of a...
Understanding world through diplomacy : The NEIMUN way
“My cousin brother was killed in the Kargil War. Since that day, I hated Pakistan. Today, at the North East India Model United Nations (NEIMUN), I am representing as a delegate from Pakistan. I got to understand that we share simi...
Hornbill LitFest 2014 : A reflection
The festival of festivals in the ‘land of festivals’ seemingly reduced the Hornbill Literature Festival (LitFest) into a much silent affair as compared to the other aspects of the festival that provide entertainment galore. Howeve...
Revisiting advent of Christianity
142ND ANNIVERSARY OF CHRISTIANITY IN NAGALAND As Nagaland observes 142nd anniversary of Christianity in Nagaland, it is interesting to revisit the momentous day that dawned in Naga soil at Molungkimong on 22nd December 1872. We g...
HAPPINESS COMES FROM MENTAL, MATERIAL BALANCE
An ‘outsider-insider’ perspective
KNOW YOUR HORNBILLS
By Lansothung Shitiri
An experience to remember: Scouts & Guides
By Achilla Imlong Erdican
CHILD RIGHTS IN ACTION
Angu Pongsen : Cooking fish in bamboo shaft
By Joel Basumatari
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