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Monday, 10 March 2014 04:40

Justice is the Root of Peace

Written by Hueiyen News Service
The word ‘justice’ is derived from the Latin word ‘Jus’ which means anything that is proper and reasonable. The concept of justice is also old as the philosophy itself. The theory of justice is used as both law and as social reality, i.e., legal and moral justice, law and morality. We are morally obliged to the state therefore the state is means to the fulfillment of moral ends. Our obligation to obey the laws of the state depends on the…
Sunday, 09 March 2014 11:38

Growing Roots

Written by Mr. Bienhome Muivah
How do we go beyond the intellectual and engaged with the Word on a heart level? One very enjoyable way of connecting with the Word from the heart is meditation. Psalm 1 sets the tone for the book of psalms by introducing meditation and the resulting fruit in a person's life. "He is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither. Whatever he does prospers". Prov. 4:20-23 says…
Sunday, 09 March 2014 11:35

Questions for Grief Card

Written by Hueiyen News Service
Club Muzik'sA  R  T  I  S  I  Av  o  i  c  e      o  f     t  h  e      s  t  a  r  sGrief Card is a three piece alternative rock band based in Bangaluru. Pramesh and Ravi are from Manipur whereas Jeet is from Assam.Q 01. Tell us the journey of "Because of You" to the OST of Amamba Sayon: Resurrection?Pramesh: The song is the product of an idea that I made about two years ago. We thought the song was…
As the contours of India’s Look East policy becomes clearer, the role of industrial policy has become increasingly important as we are looking at trade as an engine of growth. Manipur also has a new industrial policy which essentially is based on Heckser Ohlin comparative advantage. The point I want to make is that there is also another approach which is based on competitive advantage which involves creating comparative advantage rather than taking it as give and unchangeable. Should industrialisation…
Saturday, 08 March 2014 05:02

THINK GLOBALLY AND ACT LOCALLY FOR WOMEN

Written by Fr. Paul Lelen Haokip
INTRODUCTION: Keep it simply Women's Day or highlight their achievements and their plights? International Women's Day is annually held on March 8 to celebrate women's achievements throughout history and across nations. It is also known as the United Nations (UN) Day for Women's Rights and International Peace. Women's oppression and inequality was spurring women to become more vocal and active in campaigning for change. Then in 1908, 15,000 women marched through New York City demanding shorter hours, better pay and…
The present era is the era of democracy. In a democratic setup, one party or group of parties form a government and the rest become the opposition. The ruling and the opposition parties have equal responsibility for the proper functioning of the government. The word opposition is derived from the Latin world 'oppositis', which means to oppose. The term opposition, when we use it in the context of parliamentary democracy consists of all those political parties which as a result…
INTRODUCTION: Genesis 3:19 reads, “By the sweat of your brow, you will produce food to eat until you return to the ground, because you were taken from it. You are dust, and you will return to dust." When a Hindu goes to the temple, he/she is invariably marked with the sandal wood to remind himself/herself about that holy act to be performed or accomplished. This mark is the grounded power paste of sandal wood which grows from the earth. This…
University is a university whether it is a private or a state/central. We have heard about private schools, private colleges, but a private university is new to Manipur. Certificates/degrees from private universities are recognized by the UGC under section 22 of UGC Act with the approval of the Statutory Councils and the degree holders can be employed in private and government sectors.  Private funding is the nature of private schools, colleges and universities. State and central universities are funded by…
Tuesday, 04 March 2014 01:08

TIME TO GLORIFY THE NORTH EAST

Written by SERAM NEKEN
North East has a unique tradition and culture. Its people have the exceptional talents in the fields of art, culture, sports and education. It is time to teach the whole country that we deserve respect in all fronts. Crimes against people of the north east have been perpetrated one after another endlessly. The powerful people of the country including Prime Ministerial Prospects have been shouting over the issue, with the objective of wooing the NE voters. However, no concrete action…
Sunday, 02 March 2014 23:12

JCB Digs: When You Think Speak and Do

Written by JC Sanasam
(For an excerpt as an epigraph -) The philosophy of the hihgest level is that everybody should become god; everybody should be able to say confidently, ‘I am God’ and he or she should be able to think, speak and do like God. Only this way we may be able to bring a perfect world or a world near petfection. Then naturally there will be peace and harmony in our world, and our world will become a beautiful place to…
Saturday, 01 March 2014 22:27

MORE THAN BATON, MANTLE OR GAVEL

Written by Mr. Bienhome Muivah
Succession involves more than something passed on; it calls for someone to model a life for the successor to imitate. This is not to say that Timothy would become another Paul-an unlikely scenario considering the differences in their temperament and experience. But it does mean that Timothy imbibes certain aspects of Paul’s character such as his faithfulness to his calling and willingness to suffer for the gospel. In any case, learning never takes place in a vacuum. We can only…
Friday, 28 February 2014 22:13

THE NEED FOR RURAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Written by Hueiyen News Service
Rural Entrepreneurship is based on stimulating local entrepreneurial talent and the subsequent growth of indigenous enterprises. It recognizes opportunity in the rural areas and accelerate a unique blend of resources either inside or outside of agriculture. Rural entrepreneurship brings about an economic value to the rural sector by creating new methods of production, new products, new markets, and generate employment opportunities thereby ensuring continuous rural development. The present status of the state's socio-economy: The majority of the state’s poor live…
Friday, 28 February 2014 22:11

Shrinking of Arable Land in the State Featured

Written by Hueiyen News Service
Manipur, a state of rich cultural heritage and diversity, have not only distinct races, dialects, communities, etc, but also different type of problems and demands with complex indeterminable solutions. The Government of Manipur is facing a wide range of problems ranging from poor infrastructural development to pending criminal cases. So, there is no doubt to in describing Manipur aptly as ‘a State with burning issues’. Of all these hot issues, the unheeded problem of shrinking of Arable Land in the…
Monarchy was the form of governance before 1947 in Manipur with the written Constitution “Loyumba Shilyen” or “Loiyamba Shinyen” since “Meidingu Loyamba” (Loiyamba) who reigned in the 11th Century A.D. in 1074 – 1112 A.D. Administration of this small kingdom had been carried out by a system of representations, of course, not exactly like Legislative Assembly or Council of Ministers of contemporary times, however, under constitutional monarch till 1891 when Manipur was kept under the British Paramountcy. It was the…
The personal is also political and this is true when we look at the root cause of every social problem. Whether it is women centric issues or men centric, at the heart of every dynamic frictional truth relevant in our society, we observe that the family plays a significant role. It will be too huge a problem to be discussed here altogether, but today, I would like to talk about the politics of the relationship between women in our society.…
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