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Al Ngullie

Understanding Nagaland and the Formation of its Nature

Understanding Nagaland and the...

Al Ngullie Some of our esteemed readers have written in seeking amplification–even an interpretative context–of a portion of ideation in ‘How Nagaland is Poisoning Itself,’...

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How Nagaland is slowly poisoning itself

How Nagaland is slowly poisoni...

Al Ngullie There must be an antidote for the silence that’s slowly, ever so slowly, poisoning the lives of the people of Nagaland. There is...

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Nagaland media & the need to reinvent the colonial dross

Nagaland media & the need...

Al Ngullie The progression of the news media in Nagaland from a small cottage industry to a fast-corporatizing enterprise can be quantified at, in industrial...

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Dimapur’s worst road and accountability’s road to ruin

Dimapur’s worst road and acc...

Al Ngullie On Monday, April 4th, the already-muddied reputation of Monday as a bad hair day found its character embodied in one of urban Dimapur’s...

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Incurring debt from Nagaland’s loss of education-capital

Incurring debt from Nagaland...

Al Ngullie The politicians and bureaucrats governing the people today were students once upon a time.  The current breed of policy makers and administrative leadership...

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Signs that Nagaland’s disease is slowly waking malignant

Signs that Nagaland’s di...

Al Ngullie Civil disorder does not represent a people lost to lawlessness. It represents people’s acquired faithlessness in the law. Simply put, belligerent citizenries are...

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50 yrs in retrospection of education system

50 yrs in retrospection of edu...

A Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, MARCH 18 Fifty years (and still running) of following a structure that employs education as a tool of information, and not...

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Two peoples’ Bridge: locals build own RCC Bridge for Diphu and Dimapur

Two peoples’ Bridge: locals ...

Al Ngullie When the rains get temperamental, 20-ish year old young mother Putima Hussein (name changed on request) drudges a circular route from her thatched...

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Nagamese speaks about loss of cultural conversation

Nagamese speaks about loss of ...

Al Ngullie The sudden debate about making the crude medium “Nagamese” an ‘official language’ represents a modern evil: a third-world society’s battle to retain native...

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Nagaland’s Per Capita Income touches three-year high

Nagaland’s Per Capita Income...

But parameters for growth index unclear Al Ngullie Dimapur, July 23 The Per Capita Income (measured as Per Capita Net State Domestic Product) of Nagaland...

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