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Moving objects in Keishampat

Moving objects in Keishampat

🕔23:33, 22.Nov 2014

By Khura Seraton Everything went well. It`™s the wedding season. And Tolen also got married. It was not that Tolen wanted to get married so soon. He was actually thinking of getting married next year. The house renovation would take

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Football can do what cricket cannot. Mend hearts and borders!

Football can do what cricket cannot. Mend hearts and borders!

🕔23:33, 22.Nov 2014

By Tungshang Ningreichon The Indian super league (ISL) is expected to change the face of sports in India. It is not how a football game deserves to be honoured but the best we can ask for. Football has to be

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The Poseur

The Poseur

🕔23:33, 22.Nov 2014

The Poseur By RK Lakhi Kant He`s on a motorbike dressed formally traveling swiftly. A file is wedged in the space in-between the head lamp and the fuel tank where the wind is most forceful. An important file it seems;

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Curing away!

Curing away!

🕔23:33, 22.Nov 2014

Curing away! By M.C. Linthoingambee The value of medicine is growing, and maybe all the tablets that circulate in India are sometimes generic in nature or the original product for which patent was given for with price valuation coming out

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Don`t Forget Me, O Manipur

Don`t Forget Me, O Manipur

🕔23:33, 22.Nov 2014

Don`t Forget Me, O Manipur By MK. Angshim Tell me when your mortals find peace. Beckon when your battles shall cease, Call me when your children find bliss; When your hands and feet find sweet rest, Don`t forget me, O

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Letter to the Editor: Rising Tide of MDR-TB in state and Loopholes in Government TB department

Letter to the Editor: Rising Tide of MDR-TB in state and Loopholes in Government TB department

🕔08:58, 4.Nov 2014

Naharol Choukhathanba Kanglup, Uripok,Imphal Dated:-27/10/2014                                                                                                                        Ref:- 702-271014 “Rising Tide of MDR-TB in state and Loopholes in Government TB department” In a shrinking world where diseases know no boundaries. The severe global TB epidemic poses a direct threat to all the countries.

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No One Likes To Get Hurt

No One Likes To Get Hurt

🕔21:45, 23.Oct 2014

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

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The Digital Backwardness and Digital Divide Superimposed on Absence of Development Perspective and Development Itself: Manipur scenario

The Digital Backwardness and Digital Divide Superimposed on Absence of Development Perspective and Development Itself: Manipur scenario

🕔21:35, 19.Oct 2014

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

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Modi Wins Amid Storm Signals

Modi Wins Amid Storm Signals

🕔21:35, 19.Oct 2014

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.

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Hole in the heart

Hole in the heart

🕔22:15, 18.Oct 2014

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.

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