Tuensang’s exemplary Poly Clinic

Last Updated on July 9, 2020 at 10:34 pmMongshai Longshe Has the Coronavirus relegated other viruses and diseases to triviality? Did the Government/administration think that non-COVID patients can survive anyway when they actuated District Civil Hospital, Tuensang, into a COVID-19…

Corona and the Nagas

Last Updated on July 8, 2020 at 12:43 pmMatung Raikhan When I was a child I remember my mother telling me not to drink water from my neighbour’s house whenever I visit them, because their mother is supposedly a cancer…

Just three words

Tasüngtetla Zeruiah Longkumer I met Chollen Nook in December 2019 during the annual Hornbill Riders Meet. This is a Hornbill Festival event for Royal Enfield motorcycle riders hosted by Nagaland Motorcycle Club of which Chollen is a member. We added…

Chinatown Days by Rita Chowdhury: Fractured Histories of the Chinese-Indians in the Aftermath of the 1962 War

Last Updated on June 30, 2020 at 8:46 pmElika Assumi locates the novel ChinaTown Days in the present moment of India’s border conflict with China and ongoing racist attacks on people from India’s North East. She writes of the eerie…

Issues on Women’s Safety During Covid-19 Lockdown Period

Last Updated on June 25, 2020 at 6:54 pmThe issue of safety of women demands a stronger reflection with the ongoing pandemic crisis. The correlation between the pandemic lockdown and the increase of violence against women is overwhelmingly tragic. For…

How China prevented India’s capture of northeast militants from Myanmar

Last Updated on June 21, 2020 at 11:24 amSamir K Purkayastha May 15 this year could have been a repeat of November 2009 for India in its fight against militants in the Northeast had China not played a spoilsport. Eleven…

Covid-19 impact on print media: Can newspapers survive?

Last Updated on June 16, 2020 at 8:12 pmKishor Kumar Kalita If he wished he could have got an avenue in any educational institution after the completion of his university education. He could have easily earned thousands and lakhs of…

Right to criticise the Govt. is a Fundamental Right and not a Seditious Act: SC Judge

Last Updated on June 11, 2020 at 7:35 pmAddressing a lawyers’ workshop organised by a charitable trust in Ahmedabad, Justice Deepak Gupta clarified, “Criticism of the executive, the judiciary, the bureaucracy, the armed forces cannot be termed sedition. If we stifle…

Global Deadliest Pandemic and  Indian Culture

Last Updated on May 19, 2020 at 9:21 pmDr H N Dutta                                                                                             Occurance of  pandemics  is not a new phenomenon in human history. Since ancient times pandemics massacred human societies, collapsed empires, annihilated gross population threatened…

Beauty during the Lockdown

Last Updated on April 30, 2020 at 2:42 pmShahnaz Husain Can you be bothered to apply make-up during lockdown? It is difficult to get out of the house in a situation of lock down across the country till 3rd May…