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What is Eid-Ul-Fitr ?

What is Eid-Ul-Fitr ?

🕔16:44, 28.Jul 2014

By Ahmed Ali   What is Eid -Ul -Fitr? The word Eid, literally means the recurring happiness.Eid-ul- fitr also called as lesser Eid, is an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of Ramadaan,the Islamic of

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Confusion, Idling and Devoid of Knowledge Acquisition and Application: Are you talking of Manipur?

Confusion, Idling and Devoid of Knowledge Acquisition and Application: Are you talking of Manipur?

🕔04:17, 28.Jul 2014

By Amar Yumnam A famous person once said: “Knowledge makes one disqualified to be a slave.” We may ignore the acquisition and application of knowledge if we are determined to be destined to slavery individually as well as collectively; we

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Of bans and privilege motions against the State media

Of bans and privilege motions against the State media

🕔06:08, 27.Jul 2014

By Pradip Phanjoubam It is with sadness we note the banning of the Imphal Free Press by a group of Meitei Pangal organisations on the issue of reporting the fact of the publication of a sensational news in a newly

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The rice eaters’ search for a place to eat

The rice eaters’ search for a place to eat

🕔06:06, 27.Jul 2014

By Chitra Ahanthem It is commonly believed that in terms of our food habits, Manipuris have their stomachs filled only after rice makes its way into it. In fact, the joke on this rice fetish is often on the lines

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Fall Out

Fall Out

🕔06:05, 27.Jul 2014

By M.C. Linthoingambee Going by the constant readiness for a flare up between nations, it is scary to think of a large scale war in today’s time. This, even after we are yet to come to terms with the scale

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The Englishman’s Cabbage

The Englishman’s Cabbage

🕔06:03, 27.Jul 2014

By Malangba Bangormayum In my neighbourhood, there was this elderly man who used to play pranks on us kids. He used to wear frightful masks and tap on our shoulders from behind. Once, he told us a story about an

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Breastfeeding: facts and myths

Breastfeeding: facts and myths

🕔06:02, 27.Jul 2014

By Dr Khushboo Shah Sawant Often, we see celebrities publicizing via advertisements put out by the Ministry of Health recommending exclusive breast feeding for 6 months, insisting on feeding the first milk etc. But do we really know the importance

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Mind Matters

Mind Matters

🕔04:10, 26.Jul 2014

By Paonam Thoibi “A healthy relationship between the public and the police is necessary to build back the trust of the law enforcers which the mass have denounced a long time back due many evidenced incidents of torture and ill-treatment.”

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Cauldron of Pretensions, Confusions and Opportunisms for, By the North East and Of the North East

Cauldron of Pretensions, Confusions and Opportunisms for, By the North East and Of the North East

🕔04:44, 23.Jul 2014

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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On A Slippery Slope

On A Slippery Slope

🕔04:43, 23.Jul 2014

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

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