Amazing Aizawl: City of Cheer

By Lunminthang Haokip Introduction: In a country where state capitals also double up as capitals of communal divide and covered-up...

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In Quest for Peace

By Chungkhokai Doungel The appeal by senior citizens for Society Manipur to the government of India to initiate unconditional talk...

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Rhetorics of Kuki Nationalism

By Seilen Haokip Identity is such a simple notion it is hard to see why it gives rise to such baffling problems: Bertrand...

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The Kuki Tribes of Meghalaya

By Thongkholal Haokip   The Kukis are an ethnic group that spread throughout the Northeastern region of India, Northwest Burma...

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Indigenous People and Poverty

By Thanggoulien Khongsai Tribals and Poverty Even though there are many areas of vagueness where it is quite difficult to...

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Christmas Peace is Needed in M...

By Robert Thongkholal Haokip Taking a walk down memory lane, Christmas to me as a child was the season of peace, goodwill and joy. It...

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Strong Indo-U.S. Relations is ...

By Nehginpao Kipgen The Korea Times – November 27, 2009   The five-day visit of the Indian prime minister to the United...

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The origin of Kut and its cult...

By George T. Haokip    Kut, popularly known as ‘Chavang Kut’, is one of the largest and most popular...

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A coordinated approach is nece...

By Nehginpao Kipgen Asian Tribune – October 11, 2009 It is neither sanction nor engagement by itself that has hampered the...

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