Monthly Archives: September 2015

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Written on Sep, 30, 2015 by in | Leave a comment
Meitei women campaigning for Manipur’s independence

“Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive,” Wordsworth recalled of the French Revolution, thinking of the fall of Bastille in 1789. Drums have been sounded and harsh words have been spoken precipitating a Meitei nationalist insurgence in Manipur. Having entrusted them with the stewardship of the nation, have they lost their ways in the mist of political time, …

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Written on Sep, 27, 2015 by in | Leave a comment
The Owl

As I survey the wondrous Manipur with blue mountain ridges and green valley, the dusty country roads beckon me to the land where I was born. Though politics is not my brand of whisky, I’m like meeerkats of Kalahari Desert that often stand up to look around and make low-pitched barking sounds. I’m a believer in the survival of the …

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Written on Sep, 20, 2015 by in | Leave a comment
Bullets

The Editorial of September 15 2015 in The Sangai Express says it all: “We see young men and women taking to the streets on issues which should ideally be adult affairs. This says something about a society which has never hesitated in using students to pursue an agenda or two and there is nothing to trumpet about this.” Is the …

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