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  • Tawang, the Himalayan paradise situated in the extreme north-western corner of Arunachal Pradesh, bordering Tibet (China) in the north and Bhutan in the south-west, is a traveller’s hidden Shangri-La. No matter how awesomely awful...

  • Nagas are well known for their love for meat in general and dog meat in particular. Though they consider dog a man’s most trust worthy animal friend, the Nagas also relish dog meat as a delicacy and even treat it as “some flesh po...

  • Somebody once said, “There is nothing like the love between a mother and a son.” As it turns out, there is nothing quite like a mother’s love- pure, free, and unconditional. A mother’s love surpasses everything. It does not change...

  • The Nagaland Police Archives at Nagaland Police Training Centre, Chumukedima is a tremendous project of the uniformed department which is open to all for viewing. The archives, which came into existence on December 12, 2012 with ...

  • Every village has a story to tell, a folklore, something with which it connects the past and the present, the myth and the reality. It was totally a different case for Yikhüm. The village itself is a story, a wow factor which is ...

  • The US Environmental Protection Agency has defined pollution as “Any substances in water, soil, or air that degrade the natural quality of the environment, offend the senses of sight, taste, or smell, or cause a health hazard. The...

 
 
Easter: Message of love and sacrifice
(Courtesy: manoramaonline)
A Naga Sojourn
Bhudeb Chakrabarti
Student participation in community service activity
Charles Mhonthung Ezung, Vice Principal, Immanuel College, Dimapur.
The Foothill Highway
Aso Imsong, C-Edge College, Naga United Village (4th Mile), Dimapur, Nagaland.
Finding the roots at Mimi village
Dr. Tiatoshi Jamir (Department of History & Archaeology, Nagaland University)