A Christian Perspective on Pan...

By T. Onkho Joel Haokip Unity was what once characterised the Kuki society in the pre-Christian dispensation. They had not bowed down...

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A Way Out for The Kuki People

By Lunminthang Haokip   Introduction: Who are the Kukis? Opinions will differ. The British-Indian rulers of the 19th and early...

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A Reflection on the Weakness o...

By Felix Lunngaisang Vaiphei The term ‘Kuki’ sounds to be common or familiar to everyone in the Kuki society. Then what is Kuki?...

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The weakness of the Kuki Natio...

By Felix Lunngaisang Vaiphei The term ‘Kuki’ sounds to be common or familiar to everyone. Than what is Kuki? If you say that Kuki...

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Burma’s minorities and controv...

By Nehginpao Kipgen The Standard – March 18, 2009 Antonio Guterres, chief of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees...

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Ethnic tension and minority pe...

By Nehginpao Kipgen   Asian Tribune – April 25, 2008 When exploring the probable solution for the Union of Burma’s...

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Studying diversity, conflict a...

By Nehginpao Kipgen   Asian Tribune – December 10, 2007   The Union of Burma consists of 7 states and 7 administrative...

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Why was the MNF successful?

By Sean Singsit May 7, 2005: This article is written by taking materials from essays written by authors such as Sajal Nag, Nibedon...

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Sadar hills: The achilles hill...

By H. Hangshing January 21, 2005: The Government of Manipur has been, for the last few years, agonized with a good number of...

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