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Protecting children in conflict situations

Protecting children in conflict situations

🕔15:06, 18.May 2012

  By Suhas Chakma From 18th to 20th May 2012, a team of the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) and Asian Centre for Human Rights (ACHR) will be visiting Manipur for investigation into alleged encounter deaths of

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Indian sports: A defeatist culture

Indian sports: A defeatist culture

🕔15:05, 16.May 2012

  By Gyanendro Ningombam, Editor of MEEYAM Evening Daily. Who says India is not “MAHAAN”? Yes, it is Mahaan – still Mahaan because the country, in respect of development of science and technology, information technology network, economic growth and foreign

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Another clarification on Chadong feud

Another clarification on Chadong feud

🕔15:05, 14.May 2012

IMPHAL, May 14: In an emailed statement the village elders of Chadong village has clarified on the recent Chadong villagers feud which was widely reported in the local dailies. The statement has claimed that Job kasar does not have a

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RTE: Are Private Schools in Manipur Ready?

RTE: Are Private Schools in Manipur Ready?

🕔15:05, 14.May 2012

By Rajkumar Bobichand In Manipur, the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) seems has a different meaning. It appears that most people who are administrating and managing of school education in Manipur consider the meaning of the

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Manipur and The Development Demands: Media, knowledge and all that

Manipur and The Development Demands: Media, knowledge and all that

🕔15:07, 13.May 2012

  By Amar Yumnam T.S. Eliot once said: “What is actual is actual only for one time. And only for one place.” Let us apply this to contemporary situation to our land. Manipur’s development challenge today is unique, and the

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Child Trafficking In Manipur- A Perspective

Child Trafficking In Manipur- A Perspective

🕔15:07, 13.May 2012

  By Priyadarshini Laishram At an age when the whole International community has geared up to combat the complex problem of human trafficking and specifically child trafficking, the menace of this deplorable crime has not spared even this tiny State

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`Who Else is the Beneficiary of CSD Liquor?`

`Who Else is the Beneficiary of CSD Liquor?`

🕔15:07, 12.May 2012

  By Maj Gen Chander Nandwani (Veteran) Way back in 1995, I was posted as Additional Director General of Supplies & Transport in Army Headquarters. Apart from my routine responsibilities, I was also given additional charge of managing Army Headquarters

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Richard Loitam: An Alien In His Own Country?

Richard Loitam: An Alien In His Own Country?

🕔15:07, 12.May 2012

By Arijit Sen On the afternoon of July 15, 2004, 12 women disrobed themselves and stood naked in front of the Indian paramilitary headquarters in Imphal. Together they held a single length of white cloth that had “Indian Army Rape

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Not at home at home

Not at home at home

🕔15:07, 12.May 2012

By Pradip Phanjoubam (A slightly modified version of this article appeared in the opinion column of the Crest edition of The Times of India on Saturday, May 12.) The suicide by 21 year old management student, Dana M Sangma from

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That chip on the shoulder?

That chip on the shoulder?

🕔15:07, 12.May 2012

By Chitra Ahanthem Having missed out on so many Sunday pages of Imphal Free Press, it sure is a relief to be able to write again: the blame lies entirely with the Electricity Department in between. Meanwhile, a lot has

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