Despite being officially a dry-sate for the last three decades, however, in Nagaland alcoholism and substance abuse has shown a rising trend. Senior psychiatrist Dr C Kezo while speaking at […]
Laws are meant to be broken or twisted is an old saying and the state of Nagaland seems to have proven this. Even though it is a “dry state”, however, in Nagaland around 8.1 percent of the population, which accounts for 3.62 lakh people, consume alcohol and this is highest among the states where consumption of alcohol is banned- revealed a study report.
An important component of the spectrum of discussions and debates around the proposed bill to amend the citizenship act of the Republic of India passed already in the lower house, […]
“A little delay in reaching home leaves my parents worried, nothing has changed over the years, from the school days till today, whether I have travelled by the school bus […]
The history of the border dispute between Assam and Nagaland dates back to centuries and in recent times these disputes have only grown in stature where both sides keep pointing […]