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State Joins International Human Rights Day Observance

IMPHAL, Dec 10: Narration of ordeals by victims of security forces’ high-handedness, startling revelation on the State machinery’s reliance on brute force to crack down protestors and renewed calls for concerted campaigns to expose atrocities committed by uniform personnel marked the observance... 

Zeliangrong Union Lauds CM’s Decision

IMPHAL, Dec 10: While categorically clarifying that the question of Zeliangrong people inviting the Chief Minister of Manipur to the Orange Festival does not arise as the same festival is organized by the State Government since the last many years, the Zeliangrong Union (AMN) has appreciated the decision... 

Dialogue With Insurgents

In the peace making process Manipur remains in the eye of a catastrophic situation since no one can say who are losers in peace and victors in war and no one spares a single minute to recognize the obligation to match the national strength with the national restraint. The counter insurgency operations... 

Arunachal Fights Back Against Apple’s China Appeasement

The iPhone 4 was recently released in China, and by the looks of it, Apple is stepping on sensitive lines to appease their yellow- buyers. Apparently, the Cupertino-based company has gifted the disputed Indian state to the most-populated country, and the inhabitants are not too pleased at this transgression. Image... 

Is Media Partial or Do they Succumb to Pressures?

It is well understood that the role of media in today’s world is immense for any kind of developmental works as well as conflict resolution, and so on. In the context of Manipur, working with the media has become all the more difficult. Going through various reports, intermittently, by the All... 
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Accused Trio In Killing Of Migrant Workers Held

IMPHAL, Dec 10: Three RPF/PLA activists including a woman reportedly involved in killing non-local people have been apprehended by Imphal West commandos even as the district police pulled up three PREPAK cadres from different places. The arrested UG cadres were paraded before media persons at commando... 

320 Religious Structures Identified At Public Places

IMPHAL, Dec 10: With the identification of 320 temples, churches and mosques built at public places, Deputy Commissioners concerned have been instructed to make an assessment of these structures to take up necessary actions within a month. In accordance to a directive of the Supreme Court, the State... 

Red Shield Division Celebrates

IMPHAL, Dec 10: The Red Shield Division celebrated its 41st Raising Day with great restraint and sobriety by beginning the day with thanks giving to the almighty for the blessings over the years, followed by a Sainik Sammelan to re-dedicate the Division’s resolve to its commitment to the nation. A... 

Finding Nagaland: India’s Final Frontier

In the north-east of India is a remote state, largely unknown even to Indians. Almost cut off from the world, Nagaland’s rich culture thrives in landscapes of startling natural beauty. Naga tribesmen in traditional dress. Photograph: Str/EPA Remote and largely inaccessible to foreigners, the Indian... 

Ethnic Tension And Minority Perspective On Burma’s Problems

A Karen child (an ethnic group in Burma and Thailand) with Thanaka on her face near the Karen village of Pilokkhi in Thailand near the Myanmar border. Pic by Brian Adler When exploring the probable solution for the Union of Burma‘s problems, any analysis based exclusively on the present political...