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Towards a Resurgent Manipur

Towards a Resurgent Manipur

🕔16:07, 19.Jun 2012

Coming to terms with the historicity of a geo-political entity By Angomcha Bimol Akoijam The news of ‘Magnificent’ Mary making it to the London Olympics brings cheers and a sense of pride to the people of Manipur. And come July-August

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A Tribute To Natwar Thakkar `“ Social Worker, Gandhian and Thinker

A Tribute To Natwar Thakkar `“ Social Worker, Gandhian and Thinker

🕔16:07, 19.Jun 2012

By Ananya S Guha Chuchuyimlang is a small village in the Mokokchung District of Nagaland bordering Amguri and Jorhat in Assam. It is nestled in between beautiful idyllic surroundings of hills bluish green and bountiful nature. I first undertook my

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Now is the Time for Unity for Manipur`s Integrity

Now is the Time for Unity for Manipur`s Integrity

🕔23:08, 18.Jun 2012

By Rajkumar Bobichand Due to the geopolitical situation of this part of the world which is presently known as Manipur, its land and people have always been threatened by various forces from many directions within and without. No doubt! The

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Mission in Partnership: Religion and Politics

Mission in Partnership: Religion and Politics

🕔15:02, 17.Jun 2012

By Adakho Lokho Mao People view religion and politics in different directions. Some are of the view that religion and politics are compatible, while others view it as incompatible. In all certainty, the words themselves express the difference and are

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Securing People or Securing Territory or a Combination

Securing People or Securing Territory or a Combination

🕔15:02, 17.Jun 2012

By Amar Yumnam India’s Prime Minister was in Myanmar recently. In the academic circle the impact of this visit has been an issue of detailed assessment, both nationally and internationally. I understand that Indian intelligence agencies are so busy to

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`Where 5,000 Graves Don`t Speak`

`Where 5,000 Graves Don`t Speak`

🕔23:30, 16.Jun 2012

By Ananya S Guha Yes they don’t speak. How can they? They are merely graves. Head less. Face less. They seek refuge In the insides of Molten, clayey earth. They are not despoiled. Their human bodies are. They are face

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BRO`s Fast-track Construction In Arunachal Pradesh Bearing Fruit

BRO`s Fast-track Construction In Arunachal Pradesh Bearing Fruit

🕔23:08, 16.Jun 2012

By Anil Bhat   Celebrating the 52nd Raising Day of Border Roads Organisation (BRO) recently, Lt Gen S Ravi Shankar, its Director General highlighted the work done over this period in extremely challenging conditions along the borders in places like

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The Fate of a Sentimental Patriot – A critique of the play ‘The Rebel Unsung’

The Fate of a Sentimental Patriot – A critique of the play ‘The Rebel Unsung’

🕔23:08, 16.Jun 2012

A critique of the play ‘The Rebel Unsung’ By M C Arun Name of the play: Shakkhangkhridaba Lanmee (The Rebel Unsung) Playwright: Arambam Somorendra Last played by Banian Repertory Theatre, Imphal on 10 June 2012 at J N,Manipur Dance Academy,

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Muddling Through Is Not Enough

Muddling Through Is Not Enough

🕔23:08, 16.Jun 2012

By B.G. Verghese The presidential nomination process has been vitiated by the appalling manner in which distinguished names have been bruited about, scorned and discarded as damaged goods in games of petty politics to pressure, even break, the government and

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Signs Of The Times

Signs Of The Times

🕔16:08, 16.Jun 2012

By Humra Quraishi I’m back from Srinagar. In fact, got back only this week-end and even now sitting somewhat lost in what the Valley had to offer. The one big positive for me was my interaction with the enthusiastic students

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