Dustbin’s pouring out the scrambled papers containing mega dreams written on it, just scared for if people might see it and see you being unable to get your dreamy aim. I know you are tired of doing what people want to see you doing. How many days are you going to shout in the shower? Yelling and wishing if you are little stronger to show the world who you really are. How many times your parents have scolded you for waking up late because they didn’t know that you slept damn late thinking and wishing if you could have a little courage to tell them what you want to do in life?

Loktak Lake is nature’s gift to the people of Manipur; the lake is also ancestrally interwoven with history and rich culture of Manipur. Many families survived with resources reaped from the lake, may it be aquatic resource or a place of habitation on phum/phumdis. When the Loktak Lake (Protection) Act 2006 implemented, authorities destroyed many hut built on phum that rendered many families homeless. The burned ones are mostly fishermen’s who thrive in the lake for daily livelihood. After the eviction, their life gets scattered and sources become dwindled, leaving little income to send their sibling to school for formal education. The evictions indirectly affect the child’s education.

1. BJP led government or simply the Biren Singh government in Manipur has completed 100 days. According to my myopic & squint assessment the performance of this government is so far satisfactory if not outstanding.

Lipids are substances like cholesterol and triglycerides derived from fats. While lipids are necessary for the cells of the body, excess lipids deposit on the walls of the blood vessels and block the flow of blood. Lack of blood supply to vital organs like the heart and brain could result in serious complications like heart diseases and stroke. Due to sedentary lifestyle and unhealthy diet, increased cholesterol levels is a major health issue throughout the world.

Warm weather, sunshine and long days at  open places particularly  parties and weddings etc  takes a toll on your skin and hair during this season  .With the temperatures rising it is  essential that  you avoid becoming an overheated, frizzy and sweaty mess., it is a task to look calm and cool when you step outside your home.

The Nagas, whose ‘aboriginal homeland’ is traced in the currently established administrative segments in North-East India and North-West Myanmar, are involved in decades old movement to create a sovereign ‘nation state’, to be reportedly based primarily on the ideological framework of ‘Christian democracy’. This movement, which has been taking place in time and space can be located in the historical context of absolute domination by finance capitalism that keeps the Nagas at the bottom of ‘global’ hierarchy (or globalisation). This paper briefly highlights the colonial relation of production that underdeveloped the Nagas, the trend of co-option with the capitalist world order and the historical task to overcome it.

Introduction :
Values are firmed ingrained in the Indian Philosophy and culture (way of life). The Vedas and Upanishads speak widely on values. Value Based Education (VBE) imparts social, moral, integrity, character, spirituality and many more. It builds the qualities of humility, strength and honesty in a person. These gems make better citizens of a country. People with high ethical values will never cheat others. These gems make their life happier and they work hard to make others happy too. Now the important question is “Should Value Based Education be made compulsory in all the schools?” Without a second wasted I can say “YES”.

On 27th September 2014 Honourable Prime minister of India in his address in the United Nations General Assembly emphasised the importance and indispensable aspects of Yoga, which is a physical, mental and spiritual practice, also holistic approach to health and well- being. International support of 175 nations including USA, Canada and China made the United Nations General Assembly declare on 11th December 2014 that 21st June, the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere, will be International day of Yoga .

Arambam Angabam Singh is willing to take a wide-angled view of history, and make allowances for lapses in memory, but only up to a point. An engineer by training, and a dedicated history buff for more than 10 years, he has been scouring the Manipuri countryside for relics of the Battle of Imphal-Kohima (1944), a turning point in World War II, fought between the British and the Japanese (along with Subhas Chandra Bose’s Indian National Army) in northeastern India. Singh now has a museum to build.