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Ms. Monalisa Changkija

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Editor

Nagaland Page
 
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  • Editor
    Northeast Writers
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Monalisa Changkija on the ...
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Monalisa Changkija on the challenges of doing journalism under the shadow of the Armed Forces (Special) Powers Act, 1958
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In an email interview, Nagaland Page's editor, Monalisa Changkija, talks about the rationale behind the move, the way ahead, and the challenges of doing journalism under the shadow of the Armed Forces (Special) Powers Act, 1958. Here are edited excerpts of the interview:
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Why did the editors take a month to react, I asked Monalisa Changkija, editor of Nagaland Page.
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So we decided to issue a public statement and carry blank editorials," Changkija, the only woman proprietor, publisher and editor of a daily English newspaper, in the Northeast of India, told me.
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This silence doesn't say much about the state government's democratic credentials, does it, says Changkija combatively.
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Monalisa Changkija, Editor of Nagaland Page, on the challenges of doing journalism under the shadow of the Armed Forces (Special) Powers Act, 1958
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In an email interview, Nagaland Page's editor, Monalisa Changkija, talks about the rationale behind the move, the way ahead, and the challenges of doing journalism under the shadow of the Armed Forces (Special) Powers Act, 1958. Here are edited excerpts of the interview:
Monalisa Changkija, Editor ...
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Monalisa Changkija, Editor of Nagaland Page, on the challenges of doing journalism under the shadow of the Armed Forces (Special) Powers Act, 1958
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In an email interview, Nagaland Page's editor, Monalisa Changkija, talks about the rationale behind the move, the way ahead, and the challenges of doing journalism under the shadow of the Armed Forces (Special) Powers Act, 1958. Here are edited excerpts of the interview:
WOMEN QUOTA: ‘Govt must comply with High Court order’ | NORTH EAST NETWORK
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Also, Monalisa Changkija, Editor of English newspaper Nagaland Page, said Naga women are citizens of the country and so naturally deserve all rights enshrined in the law and constitution. Asserting that local-self governance is active and village institutions such as village councils have now become civic bodies, and not traditional like it used to be, she said Naga women can contribute much to the decision-making process.
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