Peace in Naga Hills: Long road ahead


“The planet does not need more “successful people”. The planet desperately needs more peacemakers, healers, storytellers and lovers of all kind”. – Dalai Lama  

Peace in Nagaland has many stakeholders; it’s the rebel groups and the security agencies that steal the limelight. The majority are the people and the various tribal councils along with the Naga Mother’s Association and Naga Hoho who are crucial to bring about everlasting peace.

The region has been isolated and was self- contained within the tribes and their head-hunting days. World War II and the Japanese march into the region saw many battles. Even this day in many areas ordnance in various forms is found while farming/development work in the hills. Read More

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