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Inflation And Its Effect

Stability of price is an indispensable condition for promoting economic growth and development of a country. It creates not only a favorable environment for boosting public confidence but also an aura for development activity. Price stability suggests an absence of abnormal and irregular movements in... 

Good Governance For Good Resource

The financial situation of Manipur does not present a rosy picture. There has been lack of sound monetary system and financial discipline over the past few years. This is indicated by frequent withdrawal of huge amount of ways and means advances and overdrafts and rising payment of interest thereon.... 

Dawning Of Truth To Crown Indo-Naga Talks (My rendezvous with truth)

Not compelled by anybody but as the dictates of my conscience, I must lay down the following facts – complex Naga thoughts and the politics. Seen right from the beginning it is something else, compared with the present day situation, it conveys entirely different meanings. The present is most guided... 

Manipur And Its Mountains: Issues Of Development

This year is the International Year of Mountains. This observance has got two basic objectives. First it aims to raise the place value of mountains by evolving a sustainable development of these regions. Secondly, it endeavors to ensure a higher welfare of both mountain and lowland communities. Accordingly,... 

Tipaimukh Dam: A cul-de-sac

The Government of Manipur, through the Deputy Commissioner, Tamenglong, called a consultative meeting on Tipaimukh Hydro Electric Multipurpose dam on Aug 29, 2002. Invitation was extended to representatives of NEEPCO, the Government of Manipur for the purpose. The invitation was also extended to representatives/leaders... 

Teachers’ Day vis-a -vis The State Of Affairs Today

The 5th of September every year has been always observed as Teachers’ Day all over the country in commemoration of the birthday of the greatest teacher in modern India, Dr. Sarvapalli Radha Krishnan, the late President of India. He was the one who have successfully established his name as a world... 

Manipur’s Natural Heritage At Stake

Typologically more than 80 percent of the State of Manipur, covering a surface area of 22,327 sq km constitutes a series of mountain and hill ranges while a tectonic valley located centrally. The highest peak, Mount Iso, on the Barial ranges stand at 2,997 meters above mean sea level with its highest... 

Downsizing: A Move Towards Fiscal Stabilization

Of late, the phrase ‘downsizing’ has acquired prominence visibly on account of the move being made by the Government as an instrument to mobilize resources and curb unproductive spending. The need for it is being felt not only by the Government both at the Government both at the federal... 

Teachers’ Day vis-a -vis The State Of Affairs Today

The 5th of September every year has been always observed as Teachers’ Day all over the country in commemoration of the birthday of the greatest teacher in modern India, Dr. Sarvapalli Radha Krishnan, the late President of India. He was the one who have successfully established his name as a world... 

Merger of Manipur With India: 21st September 1949

The Text of the Agreement Agreement made this twenty-first day of September 1949 between the Governor General of India and his Highness, the Maharajah of Manipur. Whereas in the best interests of the State of Manipur as well as of the Dominion of India it is desirable to provide for the administration...