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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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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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Assam Rifles: Determined to Dispel the Dark Shadows of Violence

Assam Rifles: Determined to Dispel the Dark Shadows of Violence

🕔15:09, 15.Jun 2012

By RS Jassal In insurgency hit state like Manipur, it is fore-most duty of every well wisher of the state to search out for ways and means to bring peace.  And dividends of peace shape the revival of economy. Sound

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The Globalized World, Technology for Education and Technology as plaything

The Globalized World, Technology for Education and Technology as plaything

🕔16:09, 14.Jun 2012

By Ananya S Guha The globalized world and technology has its own rapidly changing contexts. How do we adapt to such rapid fire change? Technology is providing everything, but it is also changing at break neck speed, which makes adaptibility

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A Tribal President: Busting the Myth

A Tribal President: Busting the Myth

🕔23:05, 13.Jun 2012

By Yuingam Jajo   I have been following the ‘campaign’ surrounding the candidature of P.A. Sangma, the former Speaker of the Lok Sabha and a National Congress Party (NCP) stalwart, for the post of the President of India for a

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Time to Be Student, Time for Social Change and Time for Equalisation

Time to Be Student, Time for Social Change and Time for Equalisation

🕔16:07, 12.Jun 2012

By Amar Yumnam Now is the time to be a student of Social Science –Economics, Political Theory, and Sociology in particular. There is so much rethinking about the disciplinary exemplars, to use Thomas Kuhn’s term, in these subjects that the

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Intellectual Deficits and State of Affairs in Manipur

Intellectual Deficits and State of Affairs in Manipur

🕔16:03, 12.Jun 2012

By Angomcha Bimol Akoijam I suppose, except for those who are in a denial mode for obvious reasons, the state of affairs in Manipur has been bad, if not worse, for a long time. And any attempt to bring about

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Yes! Diesel Auto rickshaws must be banned!

Yes! Diesel Auto rickshaws must be banned!

🕔15:08, 11.Jun 2012

By Rajkumar Bobichand No doubt! Diesel run auto-rickshaws are benefiting few hundreds of people directly by providing a job to the riders and their family members; and hapless people of Manipur who are not given the opportunity of government run

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Northeast: A Thousand Assertive Ethnicities

Northeast: A Thousand Assertive Ethnicities

🕔16:07, 10.Jun 2012

(The article is a reproduction of the lecture given by Subir Bhaumik at Arambam Somorendra Memorial Lecture on June 10, 2012 at JNMDA, Manipur) Mr. Chairperson, Prof. W. Nabakumar, Chairman of the Arambam Somorendra Trust, Dr. Lokendra, scholars, friends, ladies

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Book Review: Beautiful Country: Stories from another India

Book Review: Beautiful Country: Stories from another India

🕔01:03, 10.Jun 2012

By: Patricia Mukhim This is an era where a book a day gets published and released. But Beautiful Country: Stories from another India – really floored me. The book is a documentary cum travelogue stylishly pieced together by two extraordinary

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