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Of Malevolence and Violence

Willy-nilly, the vitriolic, malevolent incident of 3 October 2020 at Rayotang, Ukhrul, in which a UPSC aspirant was “beaten black and blue”...

Ukhrul, let’s take online classes

The COVID-19 pandemic has caught us all unawares in all walks of life. Some of the aftermaths of the pandemic are acute,...

Naga Story founded on Truth

The great Naga Story stands on the foundation of truth. Hence, people who continue to walk the Naga Story and also walk with the story were, are and...

Nehruvian approach to the Nagas and Northeast India

The ubiquitous Indo-Naga peace talks speculation for a September solution perhaps can take a breather now. While the ‘Indo-Naga peace talks’ continue...

Justice for Sushant: Dear viewers, Truth is elusive but it’s raining Money

Arnab Goswami deafening prime time shows advocating that Sushant Singh was murdered 100% from the echelons of his Republic TV studio hot seat,...

The incompleteness of an Agreement and Inability to Accept the Wisdom that ‘Ripeness is All’

The deadline of September the Central government has fixed for concluding a peace accord with the Nagas is creating quite a flutter...

Question about stakeholders in the Naga conflict still needs a satisfactory answer

In August 2014 when the then newly elected Prime Minister Narendra Modi had named Ravindra Narayan Ravi as the government’s new interlocutor to the...

Address the issue, not circumstances

It goes without saying that the varied natures of the optics of sections of people are also key attributes to differences on...

ThePrint de-clutters Nagaland Political Issue, misses the mark on Naga Political Issue

Founding Editor of ThePrint, Shekhar Gupta's, Cut The Clutter episode 555 attempt to de-clutter Nagaland Crisis: how Muivah’s ambition at 86 runs...

Peace is precious

Centre and NSCN IM should keep the conversation going, show wisdom and sagacity to conclude agreement.

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Kuki Civil Societies in Moreh condemns assassination of Thangminlen Guite: 24 hrs shutdown in Moreh

In a joint release issued by Kuki Civil Societies in Moreh, the Hill Tribal Council (HTC), Kuki Women Union & Human Rights,...

“Government is very much alive and so am I,” Chingai MLA Khashim Vashum tells Ukhrul’s hamlet residents

“The Government is not dead. It is very much alive and so am I, ” Chingai MLA Khashim Vashum told the residents...

Minister Rymbui: Implementation of IPL is the wish of the people

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