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Honorable And Acceptable Final Settlement Of Indo-Naga Peace Talk

Once Alexander, the great said “I am not afraid of an army of lions led by a sheep; I am afraid of an army of sheep led by a lion”. We are happy to hear that a 10-member team of the NSCN-IM including Isak Chishi Swu, Chairman and Thuingaleng Muivah, General Secretary is meeting the Prime Minister... 

BRIEF NEWS: April 22, 2011

Maunday Thursday Lessons for today’s rulers MPCC-(I)-chief-Gaikhangam-and-others-washing-the-feet-of-elders. Image Credit: Sangai Photo IMPHAL, Apr 21: Centre Church of the Manipur Baptist Convention came alive to the spirit of Maunday Thursday, which is a religious rite before Good Friday and... 

JNMDA Celebrates 57th Birthday

IMPHAL, Apr 1: The 57th foundation day of Jawaharlal Nehru Manipur Dance Academy (JNMDA), Imphal was celebrated at its auditorium today along with felicitating meritorious students with gold medals. Presentation of certificates to passing out students, solo dance performance by Gold medal winning students... 

Kabaw Valley Was An Integral Part Of Manipur: BJP State Unit

IMPHAL, Mar 7: Rebuffing a reported statement made by Union Home Secretary GK Pillai recently about the status of Manipur territory, the BJP State president, Shanti Kumar, today said that GK Pillai is uninformed about Manipur history and that it was due to negligence on the part of the Union Govt of... 

India’s Look East Policy

File Photo... ASEAN+India Summit 2004 Analytical perspectives from the political, economic and military lenses Post-Cold War, India has an improved interest in South East Asia. India has to compete against a formidable rival, China, on many fronts. ERIC KOO PENG KUAN analyses what factors make the Look... 

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... 

Amid Tall Promises To Beautify Imphal… First signs Of Farce To Follow Appear

IMPHAL, Sep 25: Even before completion of placing light-reflecting devices (bileanator) on road/lane dividers at various points at the heart of the capital city, to keep motorists on the alert, some of the bileanators have already crumbled/popped out of the road surface. Under the Imphal City beautification... 

Merger Of Manipur With The Dominion Of India

Before the British came to India, the land was a very much divided country, a land then not existing under a unified or unitary sovereign Government but a vast land of conglomeration of different domains and principalities called kingdoms and states (later on named native states), big and small, with...