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I can't thank God enough for letting me become Garnier men Mega Mister Northeast 2019 winner, feels elated to be the first Mizo to win a pageant outside Mizoram as well. I wanna thank my Parents for their love and support and my families all over the world Sir @abhijit_singha_official for giving opportunities to Northeasterners like myself and believing in me @mega_entertainment_official, @mister_india_mizoram my second family, @buanga_chhangte_ for the tuxedo, @mahlui_pearl for the traditional wear and all my social media supporters for your love. Lalpa chu fakin awm rawh se
5 Years of Kaarwan | DEC 2018
It was time for our fourth journey in a single year. It was time for #KaarwanWinterSchool and we were back to our beloved lands in the east of India, #Nagaland and #Meghalaya . We began our journey from #Kolkata with a small but extremely diverse bunch of travellers. The bamboo workshop turned into a rather very personal experience for everyone. We constructed the structure of an office, with a sky-gazing platform, at the @seithogei living school and we realised how important sky gazing is to our souls.
We shifted our accommodation to a place near our work site. We'll never forget the views outside our windows. We could see the entire city of Kohima, all at once. Also, we were fortunate enough to celebrate Christmas with the people of Kohima that December.
Thank you to everyone who travelled with us last year and for becoming a major part of our lives now ♥️
Colin Powell said “A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.” Presenting to you one of the winners of Sunsilk Mega Miss North East 2019 – Tanvi Raksam Marak,born and brought up in Shillong, Meghalaya , currently a medical student with deep interest in cooking, painting. She is also a green belt holder in taekwondo and believes it to be a remedy for her soul.
Colin Powell said “A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.” Presenting to you one of the winners of Garnier Men Mega Mister North East 2019 and Mister International India - Lukanand Kshetrimayum born and brought up in Imphal, Manipur. Currently a student believesthat it’s on the strength of observation and reflection that one finds a way. Has keen interest in Film making as well as modelling and also has been recipient of some of the prestigious awards relating to the film industry.
Beautiful art by Zodinpuia, who is a student of B.Com Honours, 2nd year.
Besides great sketching, he plays the guitar too.
Not only is he a great artist, he’s also an excellent sportsman. He has represented the cell in football and basketball and has won the intra-college football tournament with his team. ✨
Colin Powell said “A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.” Presenting to you one of the winners of Sunsilk Mega Miss North East 2019 - Rajeswari Chakraborty, born and brought up in Gangtok, Sikkim. She has keen interest in acting,reading , writing , dancing ,painting and travelling, in short. Academically, a business student and actively supports the need for raising awareness on menstruation, hygiene and cancer.
Colin Powell said “A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.” Presenting to you one of the winners of Garnier Men Mega Mister North East2019 – Jonathan Thangeo, from Mizoram and currently a student of Law. A firm believer of positivity and always look forward to preach it's message wherever he goes. Has keen interests in mimicry, art and adventures.
Colin Powell said “A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.” Presenting to you one of the winners of Sunsilk Mega Miss North East 2019 - Langpoklakpam Melody,who happens to be a graduate from St. Edmund's College, Shillong. Currently pursuing B.Ed in Institute of Rural Education (IRE). She also has a keen interest in painting and fashion designing.
Greenwood School, Kuda Village, held its annual science exhibition 2019 at the school auditorium on Saturday with chief medical officer, Dimapur, Dr. K Vikato Kinimi, as the chief guest of the event.
Addressing the young minds, the chief guest said some of the qualities needed to become successful in life are hard work, humbleness, patience, loving heart and truthfulness. Dr. Kinimi said the most important thing for students is to study hard, pray hard, be humble and listen to their heart.
A total of 424 students from primary to higher secondary sections took part in the science exhibition, which witnessed 49 science models and projects. For the first time, the exhibition also witnessed eight mathematic stalls.
Colin Powell said “A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.” Presenting to you one of the winners of Garnier Men Mega Mister North East 2019 - Sonam Paul Tenzing Bhutia from Namchi, Sikkim.Has keen interest in trekking, cliff climbing. Has been actively raising his voice against drug addiction, suicidal ideation and other social issues which is adversely affecting our society and truly believes that humility empowers oneself to get exalted and to make it large.
ETHNIC GROUP OF NAGALAND ANNOUNCES MISS DIMAPUR 2019
The much anticipated ‘Miss Dimapur 2019’ will be held in the month of September. Ethnic Group of Nagaland - organizers of the Miss Dimapur 2019 during a meeting held at Morron Café, DC Court Junction, Dimapur on August 24 announced that the event is scheduled from September 5 to 7 and the finale will be held IDBL building Don Bosco at 5:00 pm. The tickets will be available only on booking basis. #missdimapur#beautypeagant#ethnic#nagaland#dimapur
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THE MORUNG DEBATE QUARTERFINALS DELIBERATE ON KEY ISSUES
The Register of Indigenous Inhabitants of Nagaland (RIIN), prohibition, gender justice and human rights were issues discussed in The Morung Debate quarter finals today at DBIDL, Don Bosco Higher Secondary School Campus, Dimapur, on August 24.
Eight teams competed in the quarter finals. They included ‘Free Thinkers,’ ‘Prove Us Wrong,’ ‘The Skeptics,’ ‘Oracle,’ ‘The Patriots,’ ‘Groundbreakers,’ ‘The One’ and ‘Astral.’
On the RIIN issue, team ‘Prove Us Wrong,’ arguing against the motion— Should RIIN be implemented in Nagaland?—won against team ‘Free Thinkers. On the motion—‘Prohibition is beneficial for Nagaland’—team ‘Skeptics,’ against the motion overcame team ‘Oracle.’ Regarding gender justice, team ‘Groundbreakers’ who argued against the motion—‘Naga society respects gender justice,’ were declared the winners against team ‘The Patriots.’
Meanwhile, team ‘Astral,’ speaking against the motion—‘Have human rights become obsolete’—beat ‘The One.’
The winners will next compete in the semi-finals on August 31, followed by the finals scheduled on September 7. #debate#indigenous#prohibition#gender#justice#humanrights#freethinkers#proveuswrong#skeptics#oracle#patriots#groundbreakers#theone#astral#themorungexpress#newspaper#nagaland
The Vision Trinity Club organised its first ever edition of ‘The Night of the Underdogs’ on August 22 at RCEMPA, powered by TaFMA.
The President, Nunese Sale addressed the gathered with a welcome note. The guest of honour, Project director, Dr Hovithal Sothu urged the audience to step out of their comfort zone and expose their talents to its maximum potential.
The main objective of the concert was to give opportunities to young and talented people, a stage to showcase their talents and at the same time to help the students.
UBC, Black Pink, L&K, Adalou Pao, Thejungla, Jenny, Atseibu, Senti & Hoping and Vision Trinity band were the performers. Tshekulhi Thopi, Convenor, concluded the concert with the vote of thanks.
Evening rides with Zhosalü :)
Discover new places, roadside tea overlooking mountains and sunsets, real conversations and music. So grateful, what can be possibly better..
A perfect getaway from the usual hustle and bustle, traffic and noise...
Dy. Chief Minister Shri. Y. Patton along with Minister for Health and Family Welfare Shri. Pangnyu Phom and Minister for Soil & Water Conservation, Geology & Mining Shri. V. Kashiho Sangtam, today paid homage to former Finance Minister and senior BJP leader Late. Arun Jaitley at his residence in New Delhi.
Jaitley, 66, who was undergoing treatment at AIIMS for several weeks passed away at AIIMS on Saturday. #Nagaland#ArunJaitley#NewDelhi
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#yes#no stone must be left unturned.! The viral video is not only misuse of social media; the act in the video committed by some self style moral police towards the little girl was a shameful act a henious crime and a murder to #humanity . The biggest question to the women's who were recording the video by making the little girl half naked;
1. Weren't you a little teenage girl once upon a time ?
2. Don't you have daughters?
3. Have you never committed mistakes in your lifetime ?
4. Are you a mother ?
Question to males whose voice are heard in the video.
1. Didn't you felt shy to attack a lonely girl whose brothers & father's were at far flung village.
2. Hope so even you have sisters, mothers, daughters.
Either you males were lunatics if not perverts enjoying the shame; you knew the truth but you were spitting venom against the lonely helpless little #girl . Being a dominant gender you could have save the girl and report to police but no you guys hand in hand murdered the moral life of that little helpless girl. #sad#moralpolice #nagaland
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(3/3)”Before any of this happened, people around us seemed happy to know us, as though they wanted to be a part of our family. Even if we weren’t that close, they would proudly refer to us as their relatives. Now they pretend as though they don’t know us. They just stay quiet. It’s sad, but I’ve gotten to know the ones who truly care.
My mother seems to be getting better. She cooks sometimes and goes to work sometimes. She even plays videos games on the phone now. I don’t know which specific treatment has contributed to her change. We’ve tried so many things and there has been small changes after every place we’ve gone to. I’m just glad she’s getting better. But it’s like she’s another person. She used to joke around with everyone. Among her friends, she was the most talkative one. She always liked exploring new places and things. Like trying a new ice cream flavour or a new trend. If there’s anything new in the market, she’d be the first one to go and buy it. She’s always been an adventurous soul. Now, she’s still very quiet and doesn’t go out much, but she’s better than before. We just want her to be happy. Even if she doesn’t get back to her old self, if she’s happy, that’s enough for us. Sometimes when her depression comes back, she tells me things like, “There’s no use of living in this world, there’s no purpose. I feel ashamed to live. I’m not a good mother.” I told her, “Even if you don’t do anything, I’m glad you’re alive. As long as you’re here, that’s okay for me.”
(2/3)”My mom’s sickness and depression started after the man she had an affair with left the village. She was always locked inside her room, crying. She didn’t want to see any ray of light. She closed her doors, windows and covered the mirror. She started getting scared of mobile phones, saying that the man can see her through it; that all the texts and phone calls by companies, friends and families were sent by him; that the sign boards in the streets and scriptures had words that were against her. She wouldn’t bathe for months. She stopped going out. She was always quiet. There were times she would walk around at night looking for ropes and secluded places and my dad would have to monitor her every hour to make sure she’s alright. The doctors said she had dementia, different prayer centres had different things to say, some people said she wasn’t actually really sick but it was all in her head and in her thoughts. We started to doubt everything even more; What was true and what wasn’t. Even now, I don’t know if I can believe everything that I’ve heard. And since she’s wasn’t in her right state of mind when she confessed to us, we weren’t sure if we could believe all that she said too. When my dad sat us down and told all of us about my mom, he said that he’s doing so not because he wanted to talk ill about her but because it was too heavy for him to handle on his own. He said we, as a family, were one and we needed to help each other whenever we can’t bear anything alone; that families should stay together no matter what and siblings should be there for each other, both during hard times and good times. All this must have been the most difficult for him. My mom was the one who took care of the family’s finances, but my dad was the one to teach us how to mop the floor, to be a good person, about marrying someone who loves us. I told him I was proud of him. Though my mom would be away at work, he always solved all the problems at home. I’m proud of both of them."
(Part 1/3)“My mom started falling ill 2 years ago. I was away from home for my studies when I first heard about her condition. When my dad told me everything over the phone, I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. I was sad. I was angry. My dad said that my mom’s sickness was getting worse. And also that the rumours were true. She admitted to him about having had an affair in the past. All the negative thoughts came flooding in –What will people say? How am I going to live a normal life now? Everyone will start talking and hate me. But the second phone call from my dad some days later was the one that totally broke me. He was crying over the phone saying, “How could your mother try to kill me?” My mom tried to attack him with a knife over a small fuss while preparing the meal. When I heard that, everything I believed in seemed to be based on something completely false all along. She didn’t seem like a person with a heart anymore. I was always so proud of my mom. She was the bread earner of the family and she was doing so much for the family. I always looked up to her. She was a part of me. And when I heard that, I felt like I lost a part of me. I started over thinking everything. At that time, I was in a long-term relationship with my boyfriend, but I began to doubt if he’ll also leave me one day. I was so disturbed that I wanted proof of his love for me. So I cheated on him the next day and told him about it. I lost a relationship that I valued so much. I know now that what I did was wrong, but on that day, every single thought I had was negative. I couldn’t think of a single good thing. I was so scared of everything."