By Thangkhanlal Ngaihte People like to have it easy. No one wants to get hurt. This may be one good way to explain why cases like Juliet Zonunmawii keep happening. Juliet was a 24-years old Mizo woman who died on
The Digital Backwardness and Digital Divide Superimposed on Absence of Development Perspective and Development Itself: Manipur scenario
By Amar Yumnam Time is important, and real time is really important. The significance of this understanding has really risen and at increasingly fastening pace. In the olden days the speed of the capability to run, the speed of the
By B.G. Verghese Not unexpectedly, as forecast, Modi has won the elections. But it has not been a famous victory.The BJP has a clear majority in Haryana but must partner with the Shiv Sena, with which it broke, in Maharashtra.
By Dr Khushboo Shah Sawant When we use the term `hole in the heart`™ it is only a generic term for there is no hole in the heart as such. More simply put, it is a defect in the heart.
By Chitra Ahanthem The reports of students of the region being beaten up in Bangalore and Gurgaon this week is unfortunately becoming just another statistics with comments on the incidents also questioning whether attacks on non locals in the state
By M.C. Linthoingambee Before the idea of getting independence came into India, educational rights were not something that people were aware of. Education was considered a privilege rather than a right. India`™s obligation to provide education was recognized only with
By Bobo kh Leipaklei bloomed at an evening in Jeonju, a birthplace of Korean cinema. As per the schedule it was eight o`™ clock (Korean Standard Time). A mixed crowd of cinephiles cutting across continents gathered to watch the Manipuri
By Pradip Phanjoubam Practically every university in India today has a full-fledged School of Journalism faculty, or variously named as Mass Communication Department, Media Study Department etc. The objective is self evident from the names these departments. Mass media is
By Tinky Ningombam Reports on racist hate crimes against North Easterns are increasing in number by the day. It is alarming to think of how much of unreported incidents must also occur in many of the regions in India where
By Malangba Bangormayum There are hard questions. I remember two such questions from childhood. I was asked, `What do you want to be when you grow up`? There was another hard question, `Whom do you love more, your mother or