Monthly Archives: November 2015

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Written on Nov, 15, 2015 by in | Leave a comment
VIVE LA MANIPUR

  As most well-adjusted people will probably roll their eyes as a boring new take-on what is notoriously viewed as a post-War Tribal-Meitei phenomenon, it transpires that economic blockade is becoming an internal Manipuri language of protest. You may be forgiven for writing me off as someone who is not a serious thinker. I am not, because I am not …

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Written on Nov, 08, 2015 by in | Leave a comment
worker bees

  “To Autumn” by Keats, is one of the most anthologised lyrical poems ie emotional and songlike poetries. As a lover of English literature I went to see Keats’ house – a small house in Hampstead, north London, many years ago. It is now a museum with an autumn look. The plum tree in the small front lawn, under which …

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