By Rajkumar Bobichand The part of the world which is popularly known as the Northeast of India is surrounded by China to the North, Burma to the East, Bangladesh to the South-West, Bhutan to the North-West and Nepal to the
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By Amar Yumnam Every individual and every society goes through phases of transformation. This is however never a continuous process nor a linear progression. It could happen that a single phase may continue for long like hormonal problems in individuals.
By Keisam Pradipkumar The present National Food Security Bill, 2011 has few conspicuous deficiencies and silent areas.The bill rather confines to food entitlements through subsidized grain, direct feeding programmes or related interventions, while aspects related to ensuring people’s control over
By Humra Quraishi Didn’t really know there existed an ‘International Day In Support of Victims of Torture’ .Well, did come to know of this when the day was observed here on June 26 . No, unfortunately it wasn’t observed in
By M C Arun The recent digital film Western Sanskritana is received well by various sections of the society in Imphal city and the state. The lyrics and tunes of some hymns of Manipuri Vaishnavism are recreated with western musical
By Angomcha Bimol Akoijam It is possible to change the state of affairs in Manipur. But who shall do the needful for that change? If we go by, as Marxists would say, a ‘concrete analysis of concrete condition’, we are
IMPHAL, July 3: The Manipur Domestic Workers’ Movement Orgnisation, MDWMO and the Social Work Department of Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, IGNTU organized a joint campaign today on Domestic Workers’ Right, DWR through the medium of street plays enacted at
Inner Line permit system is beneficial to both the manipuris and non-manipuris Non-implementation of Manipur Land Revenue and Land Reforms Act in hill areas of Manipur has been a major cause of antagonism between the hill and valley inhabitants. Likewise,
By Anil Bhat Two recent developments in the North East pleasant surprises. The first is a series of surrenders with arms and ammunition by militants of various groups in Manipur, which by now tally well over two hundred. In Assam,
By Rajkumar Bobichand It is in the nature of human beings that when the structural violence systematically denies the individual or the group their basic human needs (Burton, 1990), they try to address it by deploying any means available to