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World War II As Khiamniungan Nagas Remember

Khiamniungan Nagas till the late 1930’s were the inhabitance of the territory so called un-administered and unmapped with its people flourished vastlyacross the Patkoiranges. Unexplored by outsiders and unreached by any colonial influences, lived self-sufficient and self-governed ethicrace claiming to havesprung out of the spring called Khiamngan. The World War II(1939-1945) also known as the Global War served as destruction to the greater humanity. Yet in a far flung region of Khiamniungans, the impact of war experiences paved avenuesin exposing the race to modernity and the religion- Christianity. The aftermath,...
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AYO produces short film on new normal amidst COVID-19

Nagaland should adapt to new normal in order to progress: Metha Kohima, September 7: With a view to spread awareness and sensitize the Angami villages on the new normal of life in the fight against COVID-19, the Angami Youth Organisation (AYO) has produced a short film entitled "Kelhouzho Kesa". The film was officially launched by Advisor to Chief Minister, Abu Metha during a function held following all COVID-19 safety norms at AMK Hall here in the presence of the Angami Public Organisation (APO), Angamimiapfu Mechu Krotho, Angami Students' Union, AYO...
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IGP, DIG CRPF review security situation in Nagaland

Dimapur, September 7: Inspector General of Police, CRPF Manipur & Nagaland Sector, Randeep Datta, PMG along with DIG (Operations, CRPF Kohima visited 173 Bn CRPF Headquarter at Dimapur and other CRPF establishments on September 6 to review the overall security situation in Nagaland. The senior commanders were briefed by Vishnu Gautam, Commandant 173 on the preparedness of CRPF in performance of their assigned duties in Nagaland. The IGP, CRPF, Manipur and Nagaland Sector expressed satisfaction on the commitment and preparedness of CRPF in the state. He complimented the troops for...
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‘Peace Award 2020’ nomination begins

Dimapur, September 7: Peace Channel has called for nominee for the 13th Peace Channel Peace Award for individuals who have taken initiative to prevent, intervene and have made exceptional contributions in peace building, conflict resolution and related issues in Nagaland and North East India. The Peace Channel award will be conferred during the Peace Knit Fest 2020 which is scheduled to be held on September 21 at North East Institute of Social Sciences and Research conference hall, Dimapur, Nagaland. Peace Channel award is open to all individual irrespective of religion,...
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