India’s Policy On Burma Is Dis...

By Nehginpao Kipgen The Brunei Times – June 6, 2009 India is an immediate neighbor of Burma, a country which has been plagued by...

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Communal intolerance in the st...

By Joel Mangboi Haokip   A lot has been said in the brutal murder of Th. Kishan and his two subordinate staff members in Ukhrul...

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Why India shifts its policy on...

By Nehginpao Kipgen   Special to The China Post – November 3, 2008   The international community keeps eyeing the...

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Locating the History of Kuki N...

By Ngamjahao Kipgen and Th. Hethang George Haokip   Locating the History of Kuki Nationalism – With Special Reference to...

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The Kuki People in Post-Indepe...

By Lenin H. Kuki   The Kuki People   The Kukis are an ethnic people comprising numerous clans. These clans share a common...

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The British Northeast Frontier...

By T.H. Robert The Northeastern region of India, popularly known as the ‘seven sisters’, comprises of the states of Arunachal...

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Ethno-political relations betw...

By George T. Haokip   Abstract: Manipur is characterized by ethnic diversity. She is dominantly inhabited by the Meiteis,...

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1947 did not fulfill the dream...

By Luntinsat Kipgen August 31, 2007: As they were born a free people, the Kuki defence against British colonialism was a reaction in...

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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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