A case for ‘evidence-based’ lockdowns after April 14

Last Updated on March 29, 2020 at 7:02 pmIndia’s 21-day nationwide lockdown cannot prevent a resurgence of the novel coronavirus, multiple researchers have cautioned while asking policy makers to map the virus across the country and introduce “evidence-based” lockdowns only…

Coronavirus: The woman behind India’s first testing kit

Last Updated on March 28, 2020 at 6:18 pmGeeta Pandey India has been criticised for its poor record of testing people in the battle against coronavirus. That, however, is set to change, thanks in large part to the efforts of…

Sorry, conspiracy theorists. Study concludes COVID-19 ‘is not a laboratory construct’

Last Updated on March 27, 2020 at 10:49 pmKate Holland Conspiracy theories claiming COVID-19 was engineered in a lab as part of a biological attack on the United States have been gaining traction online in recent weeks, but a new…

Enhance Hair Growth

Last Updated on February 1, 2020 at 10:39 pmShahnaz Husain Your hair is said to be your crowning glory. Hair fall and thinning of hair are common issues today. Modern hectic lifestyle, exposure to pollution, inadequate sleep , stress and…

How Corruption and Tribalism Intensify Each Other

Dr. Salikyu The Modi Government initiated India’s first Good Governance Index (GGI). This index measures the delivery of ‘good governance’ to citizens across States and Union Territories in India. The GGI is seen as a vital instrument to help states…

Remembering Atmaram, Nidhi and Godhula

Last Updated on December 29, 2019 at 9:20 pmSamudra Gupta Kashyap While the Christmas spirit still rents the air, it is the most opportune time to recall the contributions of 3 Assamese persons who had accepted Christianity and had made…

CAB/CAA exposes glaring gap in Naga thinking

Charles Chasie The Citizenship Amendment Bill/Act has quite sharply exposed the soft under-belly of the Naga leadership and the glaring gap that has grown in the Naga thinking ability since the days when the Naga leaders submitted their Memorandum to…

22nd December 1872: Historical Beginnings of the Baptist Church in Nagaland

— Molungkimong Baptist Church— This day 147 years ago in 1872, the first Church in Nagaland was established by Dr. Clark. Here’s a look at how history of Christianity unfolded in our land. Dr. E. W. Clark and his wife…

Nagaland’s Hornbill Festival…..A commentary on the evolution of a tourism event

L.H.THANGI MANNEN (Ex Secretary, Tourism, 1998-2004) “Memory, is the diary that we all carry about with us” Oscar Wilde. Come December, and all roads lead to Kohima, or more precisely to KISAMA, and the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland, which is…

It’s time to wrap up Naga peace process

Makhan Saikia A fortnight has already gone by since the deadline, fixed by the Union Government, for the Nagaland peace pact lapsed on October 31, 2019. Even as the peace talks are inconclusive, the good news is that the both…