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Wake Up Call To All Voters Of Manipur

Wake Up Call To All Voters Of Manipur

🕔16:01, 16.Apr 2014

( Part-3) By Dr. Khomdon Lisam Regarding the BJP ,  the following facts may be examined 1. In September 1990, BJP leader L. K. Advani began a “rath yatra” to Ayodhya, UP in support of the Ram Mandir movement. The

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Modi`s Married Bachelorhood

Modi`s Married Bachelorhood

🕔20:49, 15.Apr 2014

By B.G. Verghese After having long advertised his bachelor status, NarendraModi has now admitted that he is in fact a rare species of sub rosamarried bachelor. He has time and again proclaimed that he stands solidly behind every one of

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LS Election Manipur: Yes or No to NOTA, what voters are saying?

LS Election Manipur: Yes or No to NOTA, what voters are saying?

🕔21:27, 14.Apr 2014

LS Election Manipur: Yes or no to NOTA, what voters are saying? Democracy is all about choices and election in majoritarian electoral system is a game of numbers. For the first time in India’s more than 6-decade-long history of democracy,

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Wake Up Call To All Voters Of Manipur

Wake Up Call To All Voters Of Manipur

🕔21:17, 13.Apr 2014

( Part-1) By Dr. Khomdon Lisam We, Manipuris tend to celebrate election as a festival without much thinking about the consequences. At the time of election campaign ,  anybody can go to the candidate and ask for money or chak

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Social Crises In Manipur: The contrast with international development experiences

Social Crises In Manipur: The contrast with international development experiences

🕔21:17, 13.Apr 2014

By Amar Yumnam Korean television serials are very popular in a very robust way in Manipur. The strength and transformation of the South Korean economy were based on exports of manufactured goods. But now television serials as cultural goods are

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Book Extract / Is history`s suspicion of memory justified?

Book Extract / Is history`s suspicion of memory justified?

🕔20:51, 12.Apr 2014

By Pradip Phanjoubam The following paragraphs are an (abridged) extract from another discursive chapter of my project at the IIAS on the antagonism between history and memory. The discussion on the difficulty of deciding primacy of either the objective or

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The Poet as a Witness

The Poet as a Witness

🕔20:51, 12.Apr 2014

By Soibam Haripriya Let me stretch out my hands Beloved friends Welcome me in your midst So unquenched that I am Unable to voice in words I desire to tear open my chest and show the bland empty smile within

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The Route of Politics

The Route of Politics

🕔20:51, 12.Apr 2014

By M.C. Linthoingambee Politics has never appealed in my better nature so far but in the prevalence of the current scenario of the series of elections, I find it almost diabolic to hide this topic along the coldness of my

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Writing in her own terms

Writing in her own terms

🕔23:10, 11.Apr 2014

Swar Thounaojam, winner of many awards, who writes, performs and directs plays; IFP had a quick chat with the woman who seeks her own feminism as separate from the ‘mainland’ feminism. She works under the banner of Fewer Emergencies. IFP:

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Impressions of Guna Yala Panama

Impressions of Guna Yala Panama

🕔22:00, 10.Apr 2014

By Jiten Yumnam    On a cloudy mid afternoon of 20 March 2014, our small Air Panama plane flew over vast forest of Kuna Yala territory in Panama and lands in a strangely small airport in Ustupo Island which is

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