My beloved countrymen,
First of all I am thankful to the Almighty God, the refuge of Naga people, for His divine providence that has sustained us this far, helping us to withstand forces of our enemies within and without.
Secondly, I extend revolutionary greetings to all the national workers young and old for your contribution to the Nation.
Kaka D. Iralu
In a recent interview by an Indian T.V. News Channel, I was asked the question: “Now with the NSCN IM- GOI talks having given up the issue of Naga integration under one political entity, will the Naga integration issue become just a dream for the future?” My immediate reply was: “Naga integration under one political entity is not a future dream but a living reality that has been going on for the past more than 2000 years.” Now, what I meant by what I said, are based on the following facts.
Nagaland surely is among the most corrupt places in India. The usual politicians and bureaucrats merrily looting at will. These are people with no conscience. I have sat down with some Naga politicians and interacted with them and it is sad because after brief interactions I have realized that these are people with no vision and no responsibility towards our people.
I’ve met quite a lot of bureaucrats, most are well educated but then soon you realize the greed in their hearts. It is sad, really sad.
‘Being the best at whatever talent you have, that’s what stimulates life’ is an exact phrase to describe Alex Shimray, one of biggest name of the Indian tattoo industry right now. He has tattooed many Indian celebrates, some international football players and many Indian cricketers, thus getting the title of ‘India’s Best Colour Tattoo Artist.’ He has travelled around the globe to take part in different tattoo convections. He is living the life of his dreams by making a living out of something he loves.
Born in Ukrul district of Manipur in 1984, he spent his childhood in Nagaland where he did his schooling. His childhood brought many trials and tribulations, at a tender of nine, he lost his father to drugs and, in 2002, his mother who has been the pillar of the family passed away from HIV. He then moved to Pune with his brother to pursue B.Com, where he discovered the art of tattooing and from then, there was no looking back.