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CHENMOHO: From a Village on the Margins to Torchbearer of the FNT Movement

Situated within the Chen Circle of Mon District at approximately 26.1961° N latitude and 95.0547° E longitude, Nagaland, lies the village of Chenmoho, an enclave distinguished by its awe-inspiring mountainous terrain and serene landscapes. Against this picturesque setting, the

BY / Monday, 20 May, 2024

Unyielding Spirit: The Naga Journey Towards Freedom

In the heartland of the Naga people, amidst the rugged terrain and verdant landscapes, there exists a spirit that refuses to yield, a spirit characterized by resilience and unwavering determination. Over the course of many decades, the Nagas have

BY / Tuesday, 14 May, 2024

Traversing the Ethereal Threshold: Walking In the Twilight of ‘Infinity’

“In the complex quest to understand the mysteries of the universe, we find ourselves navigating a journey fraught with challenges. It’s like we’re trying to unravel an intricate puzzle where our perception of reality meets the profound complexities of

BY / Monday, 13 May, 2024

My Mother’s Indomitable Love

Chumpongse Anar is Former Principal OTC (Oriental Theological College), Yangli, Tuensang Every child’s heart holds a precious story entwined with the warm and love of their mother. From the gentle lullabies that led us into dreams to the comforting

BY / Sunday, 12 May, 2024

Mother’s Day messages

     

BY / Sunday, 12 May, 2024

From Marginalisation to Mobilisation: The Rise of the Frontier Nagaland Territory Movement

Amidst the diverse spectrum of political engagement and social activism, the Frontier Nagaland Territory movement emerges as a poignant symbol of the persistent pursuit for socio-economic and political rights. It embodies a commitment to constitutional justice, epitomised by the

BY / Monday, 6 May, 2024

“Ontological Exegesis: A Hermeneutical Analysis of the Frontier Nagaland Territory Movement and Its Implications for Democratic Praxis”

Tuensang: Movement serves as potent reminder of enduring struggle for democratic governance and constitutional justice in postcolonial societies

BY / Friday, 3 May, 2024

The Ripple Effect: Indefinite Business Closures in Dimapur and the Impact on People

Dimapur: Impact of shutter would be far-reaching, affecting livelihoods, access to essential goods and services, and the overall well-being of the people

BY / Sunday, 28 April, 2024

IN DEFENCE OF EASTERN NAGALAND PEOPLE’S ORGANISATION- A Legal Discourse

Tuensang: ENPO’s resolve to abstain from election-related activities is not merely a tactical maneuver but a strategic assertion of their political agency and collective rights

BY / Monday, 8 April, 2024

Standing in the Gap: NBCC calls for 152 Hrs Chain of Prayer for General Election 2024 Part – Two

REFLECTION Let us acknowledge his Lordship. He is the Creator of the heavens and earth. Everything including our situation is in His Hand. Let us submit our failures as well as our strengths and successes if any to His

BY / Friday, 5 April, 2024

Beauty in Brokenness: The Cross and the Resurrection

Christmas brings us much joy, happiness and celebration. But the story doesn’t end there. The Christian history of salvation continues. It continued to a place called Golgotha where the Savior of the world ended up on the cross. And

BY / Friday, 29 March, 2024
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