Opposing Hindi imposition is not anti-national

By Garga Chatterjee While the Indian Union and Pakistan celebrated the transfer of power from London to New Delhi and Karachi (something that goes by the name independence in these parts of the world), a twitter hashtag made news on 15th of August 2015. #StopHindiImposition was trending among the all India top 5. This was a well-coordinated campaign from citizens

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An answer to Syria’s predictable disaster

Jordan is quietly carrying out the one policy that might stem the tide of refugees fleeing war By David Blair It seems another age, but during the first eight months of Syria’s civil war, only 20,000 refugees fled Bashar al-Assad’s domain. By a cruel irony, that is exactly the number Britain alone is now preparing to accept. The raw figures

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The Britain-bashers’ moral outrage will not solve this migration crisis

Recognising that not all migrants are refugees is the first step to finding a constructive way forward By Boris Johnson If there is one thing that drives me nuts it is when people put on an air of bogus moral superiority. I mean the kind of finger-wagging holier-than-thou sermonising that has in the last few days been directed at Britain,

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SPEECH OF NIKETU IRALU ON THE 8TH NAGA PEOPLE’S CONSULTATIVE MEETING ON INDO-NAGA POLITICAL

SPEECH OF NIKETU IRALU ON THE 8TH NAGA PEOPLE’S CONSULTATIVE MEETING ON INDO-NAGA POLITICAL TALKS ORGANISED BY THE NSCN (IM) ON AUGUST 25 AT NIATHU RESORT, DIMAPUR I want to thank the Organising Committee for the invitation to participate in this Consultative Meeting today. This is the 8th consultation conducted by the NSCN (IM). Today I am recalling the first

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STATE SHOULD ADVISE ITS CITIZENS TO REMAIN ALERT DURING RAINY SEASONS

By Oken Jeet Sandham From time to time, the State capital Kohima has been virtually under siege following heavy downpours. The only bridge over Sanuorii stream connecting Kohima main town and the State’s main Secretariat, Assembly Secretariat and almost all the State’s directorates was washed away two weeks back and now people are telling it will take months to complete

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