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North East In India’s Agenda: Transition From Pretensions To Real Actions

The North East has all along been treated as the target for application of pretentions and insincerity by the federal government of India so far. Any development intervention has all been pretentious efforts to hoodwink and inculcate a culture of corruption among the population in this region. Even the... 

Women, Conflict And Governance In Nagaland III

Lived Experiences: Impact of Conflict on Women While all these were happening, the Naga women were still trying to make sense of the conflict. Nira Yuval-Davis once stated that women have a dualistic relationship with the state: “On the one hand women are always included, at least to some extent, in... 

Pettigrew College: Official Team Fails To Break Deadlock, Stir on, MU Washes Hands Off Question Paper Fiasco

Students of Pettigrew College putting their grievances before the official team. Image Credit: Sangai Photo UKHRUL, May 31: Even as a four-member high level official team of Higher Education Directorate visited Pettigrew College here today to look into the grievances of the students, the agitating... 

Flop Show: Semester System Blamed

IMPHAL, May 25: The democratic Students’ Alliance of Manipur (DES-AM) today contended that after introduction of semester system in the college education pass percentage in the annual examination has declined sharply. Speaking to reporters at Manipur Press Club here this afternoon, DESAM secretary... 

MU Professor Felicitated

IMPHAL, May 17: research Scholars, Department of English, Manipur University today hosted a felicitation program in honor of Prof Thounaojam Ratankumar, who is also the Dean of Students’ Welfare. The event was organized at the Humanities Block conference hall today in appreciation on the inclusion... 

Street Vendors’ Plight Concerns MU

MU students noting down grievances of women vendors at the new Lamphel market complex. Image Credit: Sangai Photo IMPHAL, May 14:  In the light of alleged difficulties thrust upon the street vendors on account of develop- mental activities taken up by the State Government at public places including... 

BRIEF NEWS: May 09, 2011

State celebrates Mother’s Day Rajya Sabha MP Rishang Keishing conferring Mother of the Year title to Rawonla Muivah of Dewlahlane. Image Credit: Sangai Photo IMPHAL, May 8: Like in other parts of the world Mother’s Day was celebrated today with Manipur Baptist Convention Centre Church hosting... 

MU Yet To Embrace RIMS Nursing College

IMPHAL, Apr 29: Even though there is no clarity yet on the issue of affiliation to be granted by the Manipur University, RIMS administrators are reportedly confident of solving all the problems impeding smooth functioning of the newly established RIMS College of Nursing. Informing that top RIMS officials... 

Free Media In Burma Still A Mixed Bag

IMPHAL, Apr 21: Re-calling that freedom of expression or the existence of a free and independent media went up in smoke, after the military seized power and imposed Martial Law in Myanmar in 1962, the State has gagged freedom of speech and the existence of a free and fair media. Delivering a talk on... 

4th Meeting Of Court Of MU Convened

IMPHAL, Apr 18: The 4th meeting of the Court of Manipur University was held at the Court Hall of the University today. Acting Vice-Chancellor Prof HNK Sarma was in the Chair as Prof PN Srivastava, Chancellor of the University conveyed his inability to attend the meeting due to ill health. In his welcome... 

National Seminar Starts

IMPHAL, Apr 11: A two-day National seminar which aims at producing more number of women scientists from the North East States was kick started at Imphal College today. Manipur State Women Development Corporation Chairperson AK Mirabai and Education (U) Joint Director Dr RK Yaiskul were the chief guest... 

As India Rises, Northeast State Wracked By Chaos

In his years as a police officer in the badlands of Manipur, Khaidem Muhi had his weapon seized by insurgents so many times that he was banned from the force for 12 years. Back on the job last month, the 50-year-old was guarding the home of a government official when a homemade grenade, tossed from a... 

BRIEF NEWS: March 28, 2011

UPPK refutes IMPHAL, Mar 27 :The United People’s Party of Kangleipak (UPPK) has categorically refuted any connection whatsoever between the party and Amom Rajesh alias Raju Singh (18) s/o A Pishak of Wangoo Tera and Laishram Thoi alias Tomba s/o L Ranjit of Wangoo Chairen Sabal. Amom Rajesh and Laishram...