A silence prevails over Manipur. This is despite the fact that there is a politics of noise exhibited in various forms by the rain-soaked, mosquito bitten denizens of the State. Well, if there is flood in the valley, then there is Japanese encephalitis going viral in the hills of Manipur. However, these destructive forces have not stopped the furious lots from indulging in the politics of noise.

“Dependency culture can be corrected after taking up a different movement” claimed some proponents of the demand to include the Meiteis/Meeteis in the list of Scheduled Tribes (ST) of India and “Urged all to cooperate for such a movement”. If this is the pattern of thinking, then, Yenning disagrees with the very “pattern” of thinking. There is a flaw and it arises from a faulty a priori judgment involving deductive reasoning from a general principle to a necessary effect; not supported by fact.

The month of August 2015 witnessed 3(three) intense negotiations that carry the potential to disrupt the body politic of Manipur. In the first case, the negotiating parties were Manipur’s National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN) and Kuki National Orga

Now exactly one month has completed since Sapam Robinhood was killed in police action in the course of public agitation for enforcement of Inner Line Permit System or a similar mechanism in order to provide a constitutional safeguard to the indigenous peo

Even if the national media have refrained from covering the happenings in Manipur with regard to the agitation related with the passing of a new bill on the inner line permit in Manipur and implementation of the same, facebook is certainly alive with disc

Chief Minister of Manipur, Shri Okram Ibobi Singh acknowledged and assured on the floor of the State Assembly that his Government would take up appropriate steps to deal with the phenomena of paying bribes or using contacts to get a job done in the State