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Network Business In Manipur: Capitalist Fetishism

Human wants know no limits In the most recent scandal involving a China-based networking business company, under the name of Jainex International Trade (JIT), around 2000 people have invested around INR 20 to 30 crores (Sangai Express, Imphal, October 16, 2010). And the company has disappeared as if... 

Manipur: The State Under Seize And The Way Forward ‘“ A Study Of Contemporary Setting And Policy Options

Image via Wikipedia Manipur’”which literally translates into the ‘bejeweled land’ ‘” is the most disturbed state in the North East, accounting for 47 per cent of the insurgency related violence in the region. Perched in an isolated corner of the country, the state... 

Dams On The Brahmaputra: Concerns In North-East India

Image via Wikipedia The Chinese plans of constructing several big and small dams on the Yarlung Tsangpo in the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR) has indeed captured public, media and diplomatic attention in India over the recent past. The issue of Chinese dams and fears of possible future diversion... 

India’s North-East Policy: Continuity And Change

Introduction Northeast India is the home of numerous ethnic nationalities. B.G. Verghese (2004: 280) describes the region as ‘another India, the most diverse part of a most diverse country, very different, relatively little known and certainly not too well understood, once a coy but now turbulent... 

50 years Of Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958

SOMETIMES IN moments of solitude, I can’t help but ponder deep down and often found asking myself the inevitable question. Are we, India as a nation, really independent in the true sense of the word? In spite of attainment of independence way back in 1947, I strongly can’t help but feel we... 

No ‘˜Money For Nothing’

MY MONGOLOID looks resembling those of foreign tourists from East Asian countries is an added advantage while strolling around Delhi where I’ve been staying over the last 15 years. Though I travel everyday on dusty Blueline city buses, my hyper-artistic beard and accent slightly laced with American... 

Border Trade Between India And Myanmar Through Moreh: Its Trends And Problems

Introduction: No economy in the world is perfectly independent. Every country is interdependent to one another economically. In the absence of international trade, it will be very difficult for a country to develop. As a result of this, international trade is regarded as the engine of growth of an economy....