...contd form April 28 What to do now? I have more examples from other sates also. But I think, these 8 examples are sufficient enough to convince the political leaders. Here, I am giving 8 solid examples where the States passed bills with punishment clauses. If other advanced states can…
This descriptive analysis was carried out between July 2013 to August 2014 at Shija Breast and Thyroid Clinics and reflects the importance of benign breast diseases in our region. Benign breast disease (BBD) as such has become a neglected entity although it forms the majority of breast complaints. Breast cancer…
German historiographer Leopol von Ranke does not agree with the idea “history is to judge the past and instruct the contemporary world as to the future”. The historian’s duty was “merely to tell how it really was”, “Strict presentation of the facts would be the supreme law of history”, Ranke…
MLA L Ibomcha Singh’s recently published open letter to the Deputy Chief Minister of Manipur titled “Another View on the Status of ILP System in Manipur” states - “I apprised the Committee of the legislative competency of the State Legislature to enact a new law under article 19 (5) read…

Indian obsession with the game of cricket

Sunday, 26 April 2015 21:50 Written by
In the recently concluded cricket world cup, Australia thrashed New-Zealand and claimed the title for fifth time. In the final played in Melbourne, the Australian team once again displayed their superior skills.Earlier, in one of the most hyped games of this World Cup edition played in Sydney, India cut a…
Black Southerners had seen their revolution run backward having celebrated the freedom that accompanied wartime emancipation and the enfranchisement of Radical Reconstruction. Opportunities dwindled, rights were lost, and freedoms shriveled during the last decades of the nineteenth century. Even though freedmen were elected to office at the state and national…

Contemporary Manipuri Short Stories

Saturday, 25 April 2015 20:58 Written by
...Contd from April 19The writers of this period further broadened their social consciousness. The level of trauma and anxieties that have come to occupy their minds could not be sufficiently expressed in the form and style introduced by earlier writers. They made an attempt to truly reflect the struggle for…

Domestic wastewater treatment

Friday, 24 April 2015 22:08 Written by
Wastewateris any water that has been adversely affected in quality by anthropogenic influence. Wastewater can originate from a combination of domestic, industrial, commercial or agricultural activities, surface runoff orstormwater. In this article we will briefly discussed about domestic wastewater, its composition, characteristics and fundamentals of wastewater treatmentDomestic wastewater or sewage,…

Buddhism in Manipur

Thursday, 23 April 2015 21:49 Written by
...contd from April 23Shri Mingma Sharpa, one of the Buddhist pioneer was borne to Shri Lakpa Sherpa and Smt. Lapti Sherpa on the 24th of Jan.1947 at Darjeeling. He came to Manipur (7th mile) in 1952 and joined the military service. He got retired in 1972, and now he is…

Our girls were born at wrong place

Thursday, 23 April 2015 21:48 Written by
The Manipuri girls who get international recognition in sports, dance, social service and quest for justice are treated no better than door mats in their own state. Down the ages the women have been playing a dominant role in the society despite the fact that ours is not a matriarchal…

Buddhism in Manipur

Wednesday, 22 April 2015 21:34 Written by
Indian Nationalist Historians and Scholars had considered the 6th century BC as a significant turning point in the history of India. It is not only because of the emergence of new states and empires, new dynasty and kings, new towns and cities, but more importantly because of its witnesses in…

The Bonsai Life Vs Back to Basics

Wednesday, 22 April 2015 21:33 Written by
Somebody has rightly said that if we do not have a book that’s not exactly about us, then we must try to write one. The quest for that certain expression that is defining us and our existence today is never over. We continue to look out for that person or…

Tourist attractions in Manipur lacking

Wednesday, 22 April 2015 21:32 Written by
Decades ago the Government had declared tourism as an industry. However it remained buried in the official files and number and frequency of tourists coming to this state were discouraging. On several occasions the manipulative officials had docketted officials visiting on duty as tourists and when these were exposed the…
Immediately after passing the Manipur Regulation of Visitors , Tenants and Migrant Workers Bill-2015, the Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit (JCILPS) declared 18 hour Manipur Bandh, burnt the effigies of the political leaders, organised Dharnas and protests in many places bringing disruption and chaos in Manipur and bringing discredit…

‘Theatrics of Democracy’ and alienation

Tuesday, 21 April 2015 21:39 Written by
Manipur has become the theatre of challenging every universally accepted norm that had been agreed upon by people in their effort to exist as a collective entity generally referred to as ‘society.’ This includes pertinent questions on even institutions that are put into place for that collective existence. Following the…