U.S. Increasing Attention to A...

By Nehginpao Kipgen Journal of Turkish Weekly – November 12, 2009   In today’s international politics, no region of...

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Dividends of Hillary’s t...

By Nehginpao Kipgen The Washington Times – February 18, 2009Hillary Clinton began her first overseas trip to Asia this week as...

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A Date With NEIGRIHMS

By Lalthlamuong Keivom (L. Keivom)   My tryst with the NEIGRIHMS began in May 2008 by chance. After a gap of many years, my wife...

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India’s Look East Policy...

By T.H. Robert   We may have often heard about the ‘Look East’ policy of India in newspapers and magazines. Recently, it’s...

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The CHIKIMS and natural enviro...

By Donn Morgan Kipgen January 26, 2008: The state of Manipur (in India) has 5 hill districts and 4 valley districts which occupies a...

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The Kuki-Naga conflict: Juxtap...

By Lal Dena June 9, 2007: Ethnic conflict has become a very common form of social and political struggle in the modern world. There is...

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Kuki, Chin, Mizo-Hmar’s ...

By Lal Dena   There is often a confabulation on whether the Hmars did originally have Jewish roots. Some of the Hmar’s oral...

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The most Rev. Dr. T. Lunkim: O...

By N. Lhungdim April 10, 2006 “No man of woman born, coward or brave can shun his destiny” — Homer Pu Tongkhojang Lunkim,...

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A brief account on the Kukis

By G.S. Oinam Today, the Kukis are hardly remembered as the same people who had played prominent roles Today, at various juncture of...

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