May Peace and Harmony Return to Our Common Homeland
Come Thursday 26th March 2020, the scheduled day of voting for the lone Rajya Sabha seat, Manipur’s titular king, Leishemba Sanajaoba, in all likelihood, would
Many might question if the royal palace or, more popularly the Sana Konung, still serves its objective in this age, vested as it is with
Between the letter and the spirit of law, there often falls a long shadow. Nowhere was this more visible in recent time in Manipur than
Early History Before the advent of the American Missionaries, Nagas were illiterate, practised headhunting and lived in their village-states, mostly in isolation from each other.
A grandmother’s tattoos, the advent of Christianity, stories woven into fabrics, a tradition of orality, the imposition of a “new” language, and
From a layman’s viewpoint, the main objective of a revolutionary movement is to restore the lost freedom of a human group from another group which