Monthly Archives: May 2012

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Written on May, 24, 2012 by in | Leave a comment
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Margaret and Neil at the ancient capital of Awa (Ava), Burma. Only surviving building-Monastery Though we cannot always trust historians who often tend to manipulate, we can not do without them. For example, historians who study the life of Jesus draw a wide range of conclusions. While religious historians will write about Jesus as real historical figure, non-religious writers will …

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Written on May, 15, 2012 by in | Leave a comment
Statue of Thinker (French Le Penseur) by Rodin in Paris. Depiction of poet Dante

The theme redux of this article is the message that all the people in Manipur should be united in the same mind and judgement regardless of different gods or no gods. This brings me to this topic of mine ie I am a freethinker who looks at every religion with an external perspective. A freethinker is one who forms one’s …

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Written on May, 08, 2012 by in , | Leave a comment
Ancient bare-footed Meitei polo players

Manipur: “What do you find when you get there …you will find a little paradise on earth” (EM Somerville, Imphal, 1962). And the world will also find the birthplace of modern polo. Manipur as the exact origin of “modern polo” has been approved by the polo pundits of the world beyond a shadow of doubt. The contemporary game of polo …

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Written on May, 07, 2012 by in | Leave a comment
Conserve mass-energy by using energy-efficient CFL lights

Manipur is no more a mythological country that had initially been lit up by the gems in Serpent Ananta’s hood (the Nair clan of Kerala is known as its descendents). Manipur, which is the home of many indigenous peoples like the Meiteis, Nagas, Kukis, Kabuis, Mao-Marams, Koms, Marings and others – altogether 36 tribes, is real and suffering in eternal …

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Written on May, 06, 2012 by in | Leave a comment
Keeping Ariel Sharon in a Tel Aviv hospital in a vegetative state for eight years after a massive bleeding stroke is - life

“Get a life”. This American catch phrase is increasingly used worldwide, simply because it is American culture. It seems to mean – to improve one’s social and professional behaviour in life when someone is expressing his or her impatience with someone’s behaviour. It thus seems to me that there is a life – a normal life. This makes life more …

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