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  • There are many luxury car owners in Nagaland who have found it difficult to keep their prized possessions in slick conditions. Here, one is not talking about how one maintains the engine of the car but how these cars are given reg...

  • The threat of climate change is now overwhelming the dialogue on forest policy. Forests, like other ecosystems, will be affected by temperature increase. But the dimension that is receiving much more attention is their role as a s...

  • MISS AMERICA ERIKA HAROLD STRUGGLED TO FORGIVE THE BULLIES FROM HER HIGH SCHOOL I clenched the side of my desk and stared at the clock, wishing desperately I could move its hands and make the class end. But the clock didn’t move ...

  • Once upon a time, there was a young boy named Mong. He lived in a house made of newspaper. Every night, when the stars multiplied until they covered the whole sky, the wind would begin to blow and blow on their house. When that ha...

  • “I had been sick for about two weeks, which felt like the flu,” Yvonne recalls, ““And I thought to myself, “Well, I’ve got to get to a doctor and just get some antibiotics.” I just hadn’t taken the time to do it.”” Yv...

  • Some villages in Nagaland seems to have transformed not in a matter of decades but years, even months where not a single thatch house could be seen now and roads though not in good shape are now connected even to remotest part of ...

 
 
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