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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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 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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Understanding the Lupho, Luphe...

By Lhunkholal Lupho In view of the fact that most of us are not aware of our true genealogical background, and for our local elders...

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Kuki-Chin-Mizo: The lost tribe...

By George T. Haokip The Kuki-Chin-Mizo or “Chhinlung Chhuak” are ethnologically descendent of one ancestor, knit together by...

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A Nation Under Different Nomen...

By Nehginpao Kipgen   Asian Tribune – July 7, 2008   When invited to write an article for the ‘The Chin Student...

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Jewish movement in the hills o...

By S.K. Mukherjee   May 25, 2007: The religious movements have been variously designated as messianic movements, millenarian...

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KUT and its people

By Sominthang Doungel November 7, 2006: There is a group of people who have never been able to find out their nomenclature by which...

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The Big Platform: In the Inter...

By J.L. Thiek   Surprising it is how so many tribes exist in and around the town of Churachandpur, each having its own dialect,...

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