By Amar Yumnam This is the moment necessitating extreme introspection, sublime efforts for contextual understanding, and freeing from the routine approaches for appreciating the social issues and addressing the transformation problems by the people of the North East for the
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By B.G. Verghese The Government seems to be on a slippery slope while the Congress appears to be slipping into a mood of frustrated irresponsibility. The Prime Minister has had a routinely successful tour abroad, visiting Brazil for a useful
Chief Minister O Ibobi’s inauguration spree of some of the important public infrastructures in two different districts on a single day neatly captures the development mood that his government has been drumming up in the State for quite some time.
IMPHAL, July 22: The killing of a Manipuri lad at south Delhi yesterday is not the first incident of harassment of people from the North East in Delhi. The national capital has become a graveyard for the North East India.
IMPHAL, July 22: India is a democratic country and the press has its own freedom. Certain news reports are based on information received from sources. The media is unbiased and has no partiality. House member Agriculture minister should keep the
IMPHAL, July 22: Students continue to step out of their classrooms on to the streets protesting the government’s silence on the demand for implementation of the Inner Line Permit in the State. A large number of students from Churachand Higher
IMPHAL, July 22: The ongoing Budget session of the Manipur Legislative Assembly will bring nothing new as long as the Congress government keeps on begging from the Centre, claimed BJP State president, Th Chaoba before the media this afternoon at
IMPHAL, July 22: The Manipur Legislative Assembly today passed a total sum of Rs 1310,68,91,000 for various six demands of various government departments. Speaker Th Lokeshwar Singh took up discussion and voting on demands for grants, 2014-15 as the third
IMPHAL, July 22: Normal traffic along the busy Tiddim Road was disrupted today after the JAC of the Tiddim Road Bus Owners’ Association parked their vehicles along the road demanding the government to checked unauthorised permit holder of light commercial
KANGPOKPI, July 22: Around 1000 people, coming from various walks of life including students, frontal organisation leaders, social leaders, women organisations representatives, religious leaders, and businessmen gathered at Traffic point, Senapati Bazaar to show solidarity to the bereaved families of