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ILPS AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES RIGHTS: MANIPUR

ILPS AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES RIGHTS: MANIPUR

🕔19:54, 28.Jul 2015

By Dr Khwairakpam Gajananda DEFINITION OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES: “Indigenous peoples are those which having a historical continuity with pre-invasion and pre-colonial societies that developed on their territories, consider themselves distinct from other sectors of societies now prevailing in those territories,

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The final bell of a true leadership

The final bell of a true leadership

🕔15:37, 28.Jul 2015

By Dr Longjam Robindro Once again our State Manipur is in a long heated turbulence with continual strikes, hate-speeches in assembly and public spheres, curfews, etc. because of the debate on whether the ILPS should be imposed in Manipur or

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ILPS And Indigenous Peoples Rights: Manipur

ILPS And Indigenous Peoples Rights: Manipur

🕔20:25, 27.Jul 2015

By Khwairakpam Gajananda (PhD) DEFINITION OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES: `Indigenous peoples are those which having a historical continuity with pre-invasion and pre-colonial societies that developed on their territories, consider themselves distinct from other sectors of societies now prevailing in those territories,

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What to do if the Governor refer the New Bill on ILP to the President of India

What to do if the Governor refer the New Bill on ILP to the President of India

🕔22:58, 26.Jul 2015

By Dr.Khomdon Singh Lisam On 9 July, 2015, our Hon`™ble Chief Minister, Shri Okram Ibobi Singh declared that the State Governor has not given his assent to the Manipur Regulation of Visitors, Tenants & Migrant Workers Bill, 2015, which was

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Why not asking Prime Minister Modi to give 100 to Nagas not 80!

Why not asking Prime Minister Modi to give 100 to Nagas not 80!

🕔22:58, 26.Jul 2015

Two days of discussion on the Naga political issue with almost all the legislators taking part on the Floor of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly has shown very clearly that not a single legislators of the present 12th NLA is aware

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History of the Inner Line system

History of the Inner Line system

🕔22:47, 25.Jul 2015

By Pradip Phanjoubam The following article is a summary of three articles the author wrote on the current agitation for the introduction of the ILP. Two of these were for the new and critically acclaimed web journal, The Wire, started

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Another Wall of Injustice

Another Wall of Injustice

🕔18:28, 21.Jul 2015

By Jiten Yumnam In January this year, the Thoubal River was impeded by the Mapithel Dam. In the pipeline since the 1980s, the commissioning of the dam meant that the backwater reservoir slowly began to rise, fill and spread, even

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Where do we go from ILP?

Where do we go from ILP?

🕔15:14, 21.Jul 2015

By Praem Hidam Now that a young student has been murdered and there is an acute sense of grief and resentment among the protesters. While this brutality on the part of the government’s response has only stiffened its callousness and

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ASIA: Mob justice – a symptom of degenerating rule of law

ASIA: Mob justice – a symptom of degenerating rule of law

🕔14:35, 21.Jul 2015

By Javeria Younes 20 July 2015 The mob justice meted out to 13-year-old Samiul Alam Rajon, who was beaten to death in Bangladesh by an angry mob resolute on teaching the youngster a lesson for stealing a bicycle, is a

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Voices from another Atlantis

Voices from another Atlantis

🕔21:38, 20.Jul 2015

Ratika Yumnam Somehow the word `Atlantis`™ kept repeating itself at the back of my mind when I thought of Chadong, an Atlantis perhaps of lost memories. But unfortunately it is not a myth like Atlantis and reality seeps in like

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