Monthly Archives: January 2015

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

Written on Jan, 29, 2015 by in | Leave a comment
Meitei girl weaving handloom clothes

We are in history. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has put the Tribals in the Northeast in the history of India. By “Tribal Meiteis” I do no mean Meitei people who fanatically support narrowly focussed political issues. I simply resonate the inescapable raucous and rugged baritone that underscore Meiteis as tribals in Mayang India. Narendra Modi, speaking in Hindi for 25 …

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Written on Jan, 21, 2015 by in | Leave a comment
Because we all belong to Manipur

I am not an unqualified critic of Manipur. In the years before 2015, the educated youth of all the communities in Manipur were gripped with bitterness, shaped by their experience in the time warp of the post-war civilisation, which was incompatible with the demands of a modern economy. This year 2015 is the “beginning of the thaw” like the changes …

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Written on Jan, 03, 2015 by in | Leave a comment
robert burns

Happy New Year to all the readers. Better late than never. Today is the third day of the New Year of 2015. It’s Sunday and tomorrow is Monday – a “Divorce Day” for many in the UK. Modern marriage is one of the adventures of life in the West. I have just read an advert from a law firm in …

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Written on Jan, 01, 2015 by in | Leave a comment
Celebrating Christmas in Manipur

This Christmas is over and gone. In the UK Christmas now is a celebration about glittering street and home decorations; giving and receiving presents and greeting cards; drinking and enjoying; and sitting down to a sumptuous meal at a lavish family lunch or dinner. It also means if we don’t have any money, Christmas is a time of glum and …

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