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A Book Review ‘“ Pied Pipers In North-East India, Bamboo-Flowers, Rat-Famine And The Politics of Philanthropy

Pied Pipers in North-East India, Bamboo-Flowers, Rat-Famine and the Politics of Philanthropy (1881-2007) by Sajal Nag; Monohar, New Delhi, 2008. pp X 307, Rs.780. A strong connection between famine and ethnic politics has been brought out by a number of scholars in the context of North East India. The... 
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The Old Languages ‘”A New Challenge For The State Government To Bringing A New Social Order In Manipur

Manipur is a beautiful multilingual plural society with a unity of 37 different ethno-cultural entities. And the people of the State speak 36 different languages spread over the hills and the valley of the State and Meitei and Meitei Pangal speak Meiteilon called Manipuri. Manipuri’”the Meiteilon... 

A Comparative Analysis Of Naga, Mizo And Meitei Insurgencies

The word insurgency, despite its rampant use in the modern day, has not been given a separate entry in the Oxford Dictionary of English Language until recently.1 It equalizes insurgents as ‘˜rebels’. The Encyclopedia of Social Sciences too does not include it as an independent item. The... 

Towards Zo Unification

The topic given to me by the Convener, Zomi Human Rights Foundation, Delhi Cell for this seminar was ‘˜Zo Re-unification’ in the line of my article written six years ago for the seminar organized by the Zomi Re-Unification Organization at Aizawl. As you would have seen, I have rephrased... 

“Tribal”[1] Identity And Ethnic Conflicts In North-East India: A Christian Response

Attempts at Finding an Appropriate Description for the People’s Self-Understanding When the Nagas first organized a movement for independence from India in the 1940s and the1950s, they clearly understood themselves as a “nation”, and named their organization the “Naga National...