NDA Rule : Northeast disillusioned!

Friday, 06 February 2015 02:46 Written by
Terming the people of the North East as immigrants in the vision document of the Bharatiya Janata Party, also known as the BJP, brought out in connection with the Delhi Assembly polls is, indeed, a bombshell. Let the author refresh the minds of the Indian citizens in Western, Northern and…

Teenagers and their Fears

Thursday, 05 February 2015 03:47 Written by
The world is evolving quickly to survive in the midst of the most drastic of changes. Say it, the physical changes in our surroundings or the emotional or psychological changes, minds are often exposed to a wide array of abrupt atmospheres. Sometimes it’s hard on us and at other times,…

Delhi Polls : the curtain-raiser

Wednesday, 04 February 2015 03:43 Written by
The magnitude of corruption in India is just like darkness at noon, where the common man is sailing his boat on high seas of darkness. For the millions of common man Arvind Kejriwal, the Supremo of the Aam Admi Party, (AAP) is the beacon of hope in the never ending…
The total silence from the medical fraternity of Manipur, and civil society organisations only seem to reflect the culmination of a growing public indifference with the medical education system in Manipur. What is even more dangerous as a trend today is that the entire faculty of this prestigious central government…

Why should Governor & CM remain at home?

Tuesday, 03 February 2015 03:00 Written by
Once there was a king who used to roam at various parts of his kingdom incognito to learn first hand how the kingdom was ruled or whether a chasm is created with the people. Should our Governor or Chief Minister elect to do so alone and is afflicted by a…
Ronid Chingangbam Society: Pacha seems to be lamenting the degeneration of morality in the Manipuri society of the 60s and 70s. Other than what Thanil experienced first-hand, he came to know many other darker shades of Imphal through a press album of his editor friend. He read about a 40…

The Language and Expression Issues Today

Sunday, 01 February 2015 04:51 Written by
The general theoretical guidelines and the significant debates which have featured in postcolonial theory in recent times have stressed the relevance of developing a critical discourse in the postcolonial world which would serve as perfect tools to critique imperial representation, language and ideological control. Postcolonial thinkers also lay importance to…

Living in Union

Sunday, 01 February 2015 04:50 Written by
To be in union with God is to touch, experience, and live in the supernatural, the realm of all-God. Even though God dwells in every dimension, humans are body, soul, and spirit. To be aware of and live in the spirit, we must realize that this realm exists. We must…
Ronid Chingangbam continue from 25 January .... Thanil, who has never touched alcohol in his entire life, came back to the hotel room drunk and unconscious. He, then, remembered his colleague Priyalata’s words: “People say, Manipuri Meitei women are very beautiful”, Thanil, who has visions of beautiful Meitei Chanus in…

Menace of Crimes against Women and Children

Saturday, 31 January 2015 03:52 Written by
Some humans are having dreadful attitude towards weaker sections of the society. Women and children are believed to be a vulnerable part or weaker sections of the society. It is also taken that weaker section involves physically weak persons. These groups may be weak in speaking out of their problems.…

Perspective on Concept of Self-Reliance

Saturday, 31 January 2015 03:49 Written by
Liangmai is marching ahead in nearly every conceivable area of endeavour and we are marching to our goal of standing on our feet. It is not just a question of self-reliance. It is basically our concept of live and let live Management education should have well-defined aims. In brief, management…
Independent India’s first Prime Minister Pandit Nehru had an obsession for the portfolio of external affairs (foreign affairs). Therefore, during his premiership, he had done his best to deal with the country’s foreign policy. Throughout his premiership Pandit Nehru had always preferred the erstwhile USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republic)…

“Ensuring 24X7 Power to all Rural Household”

Friday, 30 January 2015 03:14 Written by
Power sector is a critical infrastructure element required for the smooth functioning of the economy. An efficient, resilient and financially healthy power sector is essential for growth and poverty reduction. The availability of reliable, quality and affordable power helps in the rapid agriculture, industrial and overall economic development of the…
The Election Commission of India (ECI) started the process of Manipur State Assembly Elections 2012 with a bang – enforcing the Model Code of Conduct, voters photographed at polling booths, booth level officers (BLOs) deployed extensively, polling stations and EVM strong rooms guarded by central forces, central observers shuttling from…
Republic Day celebration went off like every year amid boycott and heavy security checking. This year people get to see lots of bomb explosion in around Imphal city. What really amazes everyone was how such incident could occur in the mist of such heavy security arrangement. They were (those bomb…