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Manipur Hills and Valley: Ages of living together separately

Despite tall claim of the oneness of hills-valley, historical records are silent that hills and valley of Manipur are one, the idea of hills...

Why The Meitei Community In Manipur Is Demanding The Scheduled Tribe Status?

(This message was sent by Sagolsem Biramani to the forum of the European Manipuri Association on the 9th May 2023). Respected EMA Members,Last night I was pondering...

Work of 3Gs in the age of 5G of the internet: Google, Government and Governance in Manipur

NEEDLESS TO SAY, “Minimum government, Maximum governance” is the oft-repeated liberal governing principle of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) at the Centre and its...

Academic crisis at Dhanamanjuri University

HIGHER EDUCATION plays a vital role in shaping the future of individuals and societies. Recognizing the significance of higher education in fostering critical thinking...

The true intent of Christmas

AS WE are all anticipating the upcoming Christmas, we may have thoughts on "how am I going to spend this Christmas".  Many Northeast people are...

A School has three feet to withstand a fall- Administration, Teachers & Students alike are indispensable

MOST AWAITED results of High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) and Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) examinations, 2022 have been declared. HSLC is conducted...

Economic menace in the hill areas of Manipur, from COVID-19 to livestock epidemic

COVID-19 IS ONE of the phenomena that threatened the entire human existence in the 21st century. Despite the efforts to wade through the pandemic,...

Churachandpur (Lamka) town: The unplanned growth of urbanisation & its civic management systems

THE JURISDICTION of Churachandpur District Headquarters is classified as a town devoid of municipality. The roles, functions, responsibilities and powers in the town management...

The Unfinished Business of Colonialism: Naga Ancestral Remains and the Healing of the Land

DURING THE LOCKDOWN in 2020 due to the global pandemic, the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford, England, undertook a major reform. They decided to...

Failure to recognise indigenous rights will derail achievement of global climate pledges: case studies from Asia: AIPP

A NEW STUDY reveals that Nationally Determined Contributions, a cornerstone of the international framework aimed at addressing climate change, are likely to fail unless...
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