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Forced Migration, immigration, Racism And Xenophobia In North-East India

Literally, all the four key words in the title of the MCRG’s third winter course on forced migration – forced migration, immigration, racism and Xenophobia are either correlated or synonymous. The first two relates with movement of people owing to various factors in which racism is one of... 

And Justice For All

Two developments within the space of ten days or so have succeeded, what all the verbal criss-crossing of the State with black topped roads and raining down promises of drinking water facilities have failed and that is instill confidence and trust in the justice delivery system and Government agencies.... 

Folklore Study And Its Importance

When I was first introduced to the transcendental world of folklore, I did not even discern what the folklore was. My vague idea about folklore was a simple fairy tale where the prince met the princess and the story ended happily ever after. If I had not joined the workshop on Advanced Intensive Workshop... 

India’s Look East Policy And Extinction Of Manipuris

A team of Ambassadors/High Commissioners of ASEAN countries visiting Manipur on 19th and 20th of this month (September) as a part of the initiative of India’s Look East Policy is indicative of the fact that the Look East Policy is definitely taking shape. As yet there is no concrete policy framework...