Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Editorial

Hosting next FIFA games

Perhaps the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2022 is like no other in the past for many reasons one of which is that the host nation, Qatar, is coming up as a football nation. This alone had made the selection...

Chink in tribal armour

Hornbill Festival 2022 is being celebrated with a mixture of expectation and disappointment against the backdrop of total abstention by all seven tribes of eastern Nagaland or Eastern Nagaland People’s Organisation (ENPO) area. That seven tribal cultural troupes are...

Oting awaits justice

December 4 marks the day when 13 innocent and unarmed civilians were gunned down at separate incidents by security forces in Oting on December 4, 2021. A day later, one more person was killed during a protest in Mon...

Thirty Two and continuing

Nagaland Post reaches another milestone on December 3,2022 on completion of 32 years and not just as the first news daily of the state, but as a pioneering venture to live a dream through the difficult terrains of political...

A predictable outcome

A total of 19 states will be going for elections before the ‘big fight’ in May 2024 when Narendra Modi seeks a third re-election. Before that several states will be going to the polls beginning from December 2022 in...

Dream and reality

Nagaland will be 59 years on December 1,2022 and the journey has been nothing short of historic. Statehood was birthed in the blood and tears of thousands. On December 1,1963, people in the sleepy town of Kohima, the scene...

WHO and the virus

While the global covid-19 pandemic is tapering down and which led director general of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to exude confidence that the organisation is in a better position to end the pandemic; in China,...

The ‘white’ revolutionary

While India remembered the horrific four days of terror attacks by 12 Pakistani terrorists in Mumbai on November 26,2008, which left around 170 killed including 18 security men and over 300 injured; a another important part of history was...

Too little option

Those who were teenagers in Nagaland during 1964-65 would remember the yearning for change when the first cease fire came into effect and will also remember a song that used to be played quite often at the All India...

India remembers 26/11

India remembers November 26, 2008, when ten Pakistani terrorists armed, aided and abetted by Pakistani based terror outfit, Lashker-e-Taeba (LeT) later renamed Jamaat-ud-Dawa, arrived by sea route and opened fire indiscriminately at people in Mumbai, killing 166, including 18...