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Women Empowerment And Entrepreneurship Through SHGs

During the Vedic and Mughal periods, women were exploited. However, during the medieval and post-second World War periods, women enjoyed greater freedom in the society and family. After independence, eminent women and other reformers in the society started massive campaigns for women’s emancipation... 

Manipur’s Economy: Historical Roots and Structural Evolution

Image Credit: The Hindu Manipur’s economy can be better comprehended through capturing its structural evolution, particularly from the colonial period. Deterioration of its economy despite independent India‘s free flow of fund calls for serious pondering. The same crisis is witnessed in the... 

Moirang Rally Against EU-India Free Trade Agreement

IMPHAL, Dec 3: North East Dialogue Forum in collaboration with New Life Foundation today organized a mass rally cum public meeting at Moirang where hundreds of people participated to protest against the proposed EU–India Free Trade Agreement (FTA). The rally cum public meeting was organized in... 

Globalization And Manipur ‘” Strengthen The Scientific And Human Foundation Of Development And Act Swiftly On Its Core Competencies

Right thinking is said to be the ultimate human resource of a nation. Today what we require is a ‘well-educated adaptive population’ rather than just educated men. The greatest enemy of good thinking is, perhaps, complexity and lack of fair knowledge. It may be recalled that no society... 

Economic History Of Manipur (1826-1891)

Introduction The Meiteis have been living in the Manipur Valley at least since the beginning of the first millennium. What was initially a small clan principality grew into a powerful monarchal state comprising the valley of Manipur and the surrounding hills inhabited by the Nagas (there were no Nagas... 

Manufacturing Poverty: A Case Of The Women’s Market In Manipur

All over the North East the forces of globalization, privatization and liberalization acting through public [i] and private corporations, backed by the Indian State’s encroaching hegemony over local economics and self-sufficiency are ousting indigenous women’s markets and production centers....