Promote Tourism for Strengthening Unity
Reverse Migration of Skilled and Semi-Skilled Workers Back to the State Can Become a Crisis But also Offer New Opportunities
One late night, my messenger beeped. I checked lazily. Since it is lockdown I thought it wouldn’t be something important that would require much attention.
Even Worst Hit States Are Preparing to Ease Lockdown, Manipur Must Follow Suit To Save Its Economy and Prepare For New Normal
Even if the COVID-19 does not infect the people of Manipur, the lockdown to fight the COVID-19 has hit-hard the people mostly daily wage-earners and
Addressing scientists of Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) on the occasion of National Technology Day through video conference, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh stressed the
Translation is About Conveying The Sense of Culture That Original Story is Set In, Not at All About Accuracy of Literal Word Meanings
Moving away from the constant attention on the Covid 19 pandemic, let’s talk about translation and its various layers. Why talk about translation? Mostly because
Insurgency Related Violence in NE Has Dropped, But Is This a Sign of Chapter Closing or Calm Before Storm?
Since independent India in 1947, Northeast India has witnessed a bewildering line-up of insurgencies spreading across all the Northeast states with the exception of Sikkim.
Anti-Defection Law Controversies Began in Manipur With 1993 Borobabu Case But The Current One is Likely to End on May 28
The long-standing decision under the anti-defection law may soon be announced on the seven Congress MLAs who switched allegiance and stood with the BJP after
Melodramatically Told, But Still a Moving Story of The Travails of Chinese Labourers Who Adopted Assam as Their Home
Chinatown Days by Rita Chowdhury Published by: Macmillan/Pan Macmillan India Fiction, 396 pages Rating: 3.25/5 stars Book summary It is the early nineteenth century. The
On my return from Asian Institute of Management, Manila in the Philippines after completing a course on Master in Development Management (MDM) in May, 2002,
COVID Colonises the Body, and More Importantly the Mind, Threatening to Destroy Our Understanding of Man and Society
Never before, a certain sense of distance, distance from a vaccine, from a potentially infected, from inter-religious relationships, from migrant labourers and from the invisible