‘Fire Eaters’ to perform in Hornbill festival
Kohima: Three professional ‘fire eaters’–Gingto Konyak, Wangpai Konyak and Chingkai Konyak–from Hongphoi village under Mon district will be performing at the forthcoming National Hornbill Festival at Kisama on December 3.
According to official sources here today, the Director Art and Culture Kughazhe K Yeputhomi said they have been performing the incredible feat for a number of years.
He disclosed that the amazing Naga ‘Fire eaters’ will be very attractive show for not only tourists from outside, but also for the Nagas and hope it will attract a huge visitors on that day. (UNI)
‘IT has changed livelihood of people’
Kohima: Nagaland Chief Secretary Lalthara has said the technology has changed the thinking, work and earnings of peoples livelihood while he also maintained that it seems to hold solutions to livelihood issues.
Addressing the 2nd e-North East Award Summit ceremony at Regional Institute of e-Learning and Institute of Technology (RIELIT) at Mereima, near here last evening, Mr Lalthara said that it can be seen as the solution of our problems or the way forward in improving the health of human life, education, production and processes.
”The e-Festival is a platform where we encourage each other and recognize the innovators in this area,” he said, adding that real future depends on the innovators.
He called for more innovations and cross frontiers, without which the society cannot progress.
However, he was optimistic that activities such as the e-North East Summit would improve the living condition of the people.
While congratulating the awardees in 3 categories namely the Winners, Jury Special and Special Mention respectively, he has encouraged them to go forward and do more for the cause of humanity. (UNI)