Manipur Violence

Manipur- A story spanning 1,990 years

Tribal Kangleipak to Hindu Manipur Meitei people treasure their past, and ‘Kangleipak’ is their name for their ancient civilization. The chronicle of the Ningthouja dynasty of Manipur [Ref.1] records the…

13th edition of #VoicesofManipur

Read here personal experiences of the humanitarian crisis in #Manipur. Also in this edition some photos from the many protests and marches that have happened across India, in solidarity with…

Has Manipur Crossed The Rubicon?

The BJP has done a Humpty Dumpty on Manipur. The Prime Minister’s political acumen, Maan ki Baats, high-pitched oratory, and the massive Bhakt network around the country, nothing at all,…

Manipur violence: State as a perpetrator

Manipur issue has been in the national headlines for the last three months. Responding to the opposition and pressure that was building up, the prime minister made a statement on…

Unity is the need of the hour

The hollowness of the claims of 'mother of democracy' and 'Vishwaguru' are already known to India. To counter every criticism coming from abroad, you make loud noise about 'democracy' and…

Restore Peace in Manipur Immediately!

A statement issued by various women’s s organizations, students'  organizations, workers' union, and other people's organizations and democratic individuals of West Bengal Restore Peace in Manipur Immediately! Justice to Brutally…

Pain

Pain contracts to a Nation when they stripshow somebody's daughter, wife and mother walk them down the streets and go home to meet their women in their eyes and shut…

Extraordinary Matters

The extraordinary silence of the Prime Minister on the horrifying situation in Manipur has been broken by an extraordinary statement on a viral video of rape of one woman and…

Voices of Manipur: 11th Newsletter

"I know two Manipurs: one before this violence and one after this". #VoicesofManipur. Here is the 11th edition of #VoicesofManipur. Read here personal experiences of the humanitarian crisis in Manipur.…

Lullaby

Lullaby- A song by Akhu Chingangbam. Akhu Chingangbam is a famous musician from #Manipur. He has shared this song about the crisis in his state. 

No Respite In Sight in Manipur

It is now close to two months since Manipur has been in an unrelenting state of violence. The hostilities have assumed cruel forms involving ferocious ethnic fires. Angry masses have…

Once More on Manipur

Listening to Karan Thapar's numerous interviews with Meitei and Kuki interlocutors on the Manipur situation,I carried away the impression that it is not possible to acquire a clear idea of…

Manipur: A land in trouble

An overview of Manipur's three-way ethnic conflict between Meitei, Naga and Kuki groups, which started since the era of British rule and the Anglo-Kuki war of 1917-19 during World War…

Imphal – A Historic Turning Point?

Manipur, with its capital at Imphal, is bordered by Nagaland, Assam, and Mizoram. To its east is part of India’s sensitive international border with Myanmar (formerly Burma), increasingly under covert…

Stop Manipur Violence Say NAJ, DUJ 

The National Alliance of Journalists (NAJ) and the Delhi Union of Journalists (DUJ) in a joint statement today condemned the ongoing violence in Manipur including attacks on journalists covering the…

Manipur Burning!

To say that ‘Manipur is burning’ is not merely a gross understatement, but belies the terrible reality which has gripped the tiny State in North-East India since 3 May. For…

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