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Tuesday, October 19, 2021

The rite of passage of every Manipuri child to Hindi

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By Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh December 6 2010 This is an article of thinking about thinking. Everyone thinks. It is human nature to do so. But much...

The history of Plebiscite in India & its baffling problems under international law

By: Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh Plebiscite is an unholy word for India, the opposite of “Om”. While Maharaja Hari Singh of Kashmir was reluctant to...

A new human cousin discovered

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By Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh While God has been elusive for eternity, refusing to unfold his mysteries, if we look back in time we will...

A new human cousin discovered

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By: Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh While God has been elusive for eternity, refusing to unfold his mysteries, if we look back in time we will...

ARE THE MEITEI GETTING A SHORT SHRIFT FROM THEIR TRIBAL BROTHERS?

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By: Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh Of course, they are. A crying baby gets more milk. With the free infant formula milk from New Delhi, the...

Whither Goes Meitei Insurgency?

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For whom the bell tolls? It tolls for the. For whom the Meitei insurgents are fighting? They are fighting for us. Or, are they? Since the Vietnam War ended insurgencies have evolved all over the world and become more sophisticated and hard to defeat. In Manipur, Meitei insurgencies have erupted for a noble cause: to fight “the illegal occupation” by India and to restore Manipur’s independence.

A Meitei’s Dream

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Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh     June 10 2011 Last night I went to sleep in Bradford City. I dreamt about my mama and green...

Unani system of medicine of India and its history

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By Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh Unani (or Yunani) medicine (Unani-tibb) is an Arab name for Greek medicine. It became an indigenised Indian medicine since the...

The Origin of Manipur

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By: Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh The empirical demands of history, much worse, prehistory, when it is allowed to assert them by its practitioners, drawing...

Calling time on the most unsafe state in India – Part 2

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MANIPUR ON A SWISS MODEL Political legitimacy is indeed central to the sustenance of Manipuri identity. The existence of secessionist movements reflects a lack of...
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Coincidence – Thoudok Mannaba

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By: Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh I have recently received an Email from PARAS SHARMA from Guwahati. It reads: “Sir, with respect and lots of love …...

Sayonara

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By: Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh The Meitei of Manipur have some similarities to the Japanese, especially in their ingenuity, as recorded by British colonial officers...
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Why Meitei Ethnonationalism?

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By: Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh I am very moved with this email from EMMI SERTO, especially by the noble task he is undertaking. There are...