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New Delhi Admits Royal Rebel Meghen’s Arrest

There is strong opinion in Manipur that way back in 1949 the then Maharaja of Manipur Bodhachandra was forced to sign the Merger Agreement with India under duress. The oldest outfit of the state The United National Liberation Front (UNLF) had claimed that Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) was trying to... 

Meghen Not Likely To Be Brought Here In Next 2/3 Days, P Chidambaram Sets December 14 Date With Imphal

IMPHAL/DELHI, Dec 1: With Delhi finally admitting officially that UNLF Chief RK Meghen is in their custody with the ‘arrested in Motihari district of Bihar‘ twist in the tale, the focus or rather the immediate point of interest to the people is when he will be brought to Imphal, where a... 

Manipur Strikes A Chord With International Community On AIDS Day

IMPHAL, Dec 1: Manipur today joined the International community in observing the 23rd World AIDS Day under the theme of ‘˜Universal Access and Human Rights‘. The main function was organized under the aegis of Manipur AIDS Control Society at the parade ground of Ist Manipur Rifles here with... 

North-East Girls Find Backers, Make ‘˜Delhi Safe City’ Slogan Raised

NEW DELHI, Dec 1: Several women activists and civil society representatives in Delhi came out today and condemned the recent gang rape of a North East girl on November 23. In a statement issued by the women’s group, child rights groups, sexual rights groups, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender... 

Myanmar Elections 2010- II: Profile Of Major Political Parties

Following on from the 2003 announcement of the ‘Seven-step Roadmap to Democracy,’ Myanmar will hold its first elections in two decades on 7 November 2010. Elections will be held to the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (Union Assembly) made up of the Pyithu Hluttaw (People’s Assembly/lower house)... 

Youth Entrepreneurship: The Ultimate Key To Self Reliance

Introduction: In Jewish society, parents are considered to teach their children to become thieves if they fail to engross in a trade by the age of 13. So also in the west, a child ought to go his own way as he reaches 18 years and the parents cease their obligations (perhaps legally) towards their children...