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New Momentum on Climate Must Generate Action in Asia and the Pacific: Op-Ed by Dr. Shamshad Akhtar

New Momentum on Climate Must Generate Action in Asia and the Pacific: Op-Ed by Dr. Shamshad Akhtar

🕔03:51, 1.Oct 2014

New Momentum on Climate Must Generate Action in Asia and the Pacific: Op-Ed by Dr. Shamshad Akhtar  Op-Ed by Dr. Shamshad Akhtar, Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations  The landmark Climate Summit convened by the United Nations Secretary-General last week in

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Culture Beyond A Quest for the Useful Past: Manipur`s imperative for a contemporary culture for a meaningful future

Culture Beyond A Quest for the Useful Past: Manipur`s imperative for a contemporary culture for a meaningful future

🕔23:14, 29.Sep 2014

By Amar Yumnam Manipur today stands at an historically critical juncture and this is unavoidable. The emerging transnational interventions put Manipur at a junction where South Asia would interact with South East and East Asia. This is where the contemporary

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Democratize power

Democratize power

🕔21:26, 27.Sep 2014

By Tinky Ningombam Are you the decision maker in the family? That`™s what they normally ask in marketing research. One of the first signs of power is decision making. A kid turns an adult once we know that he/she is

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In search of greener pastures

In search of greener pastures

🕔21:26, 27.Sep 2014

By Chitra Ahanthem The grass is green on the other side` is an oft-repeated saying. Every single time I run into a salesgirl or a receptionist or an attendant or security guard from various parts of the state in metros

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Drifting Route

Drifting Route

🕔21:26, 27.Sep 2014

By M.C. Linthoingambee Often, we forget that we rely more on the drivers who drive around and bring us supplies. The National Highway Routes in Manipur have always been a constant place of danger for civilians who serve the profession

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Heart friendly, this World Heart day

Heart friendly, this World Heart day

🕔21:26, 27.Sep 2014

By Dr Khushboo Shah Sawant “World Heart Day” this year falls on 29th of September. It is a day to spread awareness about heart health and also create a `heart friendly environment`. Today, we shall get some basic information about

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“Doctor stench” is missing from RIMS

“Doctor stench” is missing from RIMS

🕔21:26, 27.Sep 2014

By Iboyaima Laithangbam As a child when I hanged around dispensaries at Kangpokpi, Thoubal or Andro where the all pervasive stench of disinfectants wafted in the hospitals and wards. This distinctive stench is conspicuous by its absence in the general

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Tourism `“ a boon or bane

Tourism `“ a boon or bane

🕔01:00, 27.Sep 2014

By Kalpana Thaoroijam Indigenous peoples`™ co-existence with Nature or forest depends on access to land, territory and natural resources. Right to land is regarded as an integral aspect of identity, which is predominant source of income, providing traditional livelihoods. Remnants

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Mind Matters

Mind Matters

🕔01:00, 27.Sep 2014

By Paonam Thoibi `The ban on hitting a child for disciplining is resolved after much study by social scientist that derived that this kind of violent disciplining does more harm than good to children` Q.1. Dear Counselor, you have answered

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PB Acharya – A People’s Governor

PB Acharya – A People’s Governor

🕔07:49, 24.Sep 2014

By Oken Jeet Sandham Someone whose life has been devoted to the cause of a political party and mostly living with the grassroots till the age of 83 might find some uncomfortable to do a job which restricts him from

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