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  • Myth is very much part and parcel of human history. Human beings find meaning in expressing who they are through these myths. However, these myths are not an end in themselves. They accompany the history makers up to certain perio...

  • Though filmmaking in Northeast India is as old as 1935 when Jyotiprasad Agarwalla of Assam made “Joymoti”, the art of filmmaking could not gain widespread momentum to be called an industry across the eight states of the region. Pe...

  • U-LINK! A pilot programme for the early teens (13-15 year olds), an initiative of the Education and Communication Department of Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) was formally launched on March 22, 2014, at NBCC Convention C...

  • SCHOOL CHILDREN IN NAGALAND STILL ‘STRUGGLING’ WITH BASIC ARITHMETIC: ASER 2013 REPORT Despite a very high enrollment percentage, school children in Nagaland between the age of 6 and 14, children between the age of 3 to 16 years ...

  • In contemporary times, artists around the world have found variegated ways to consciously promote his/her own cultural traditions. One shortest possible way is to infuse ethnic identity into one’s creative products using multiple ...

  • Chavara Home, Dimapur is a care and support centre for People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLHAS). Since its inception, many have wondered what or who is ‘Chavara‘? Well, Chavara is the name of a family in Kerala where a child named Kuri...

 
 
Trailing the Dalai Lama
Written By:Susan Waten, founder of Holiday Abode for Writers & Artists (HAWA), Dimapur, Nagaland.
Wild Side Story : Wildlife Conservation Effort, Livelihood & Road Ahead
(NP Feature. Photo credit: Steve Odyuo & Satem Longchar).
Lost in a crowd of strange legs
Kamdi Hemant Bhaskar, IFS.