Janghaolun Haokip

Janghaolun Haokip

Social Activist and General Secretary, International Human Rights Association (IHRA), Manipur

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Partial Withdrawal of AFSPA: An Appraisal

Posted on 5 Apr 2022

The insurgents operating in the Hill Districts are under Suspension of Operation (SoO) while the valley-based groups are in constant hostilities with the government. In such a state of affairs, the government is in dire need of a strong rationale to support its actions and inactions.

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Is India shifting towards majoritarianism?

Posted on 12 Apr 2022

There are 22 official languages in India, and to aggrandise Hindi at the expense of the rest of the official languages is insensible and demeaning. Moreover, Hindi imposition will only endanger languages and dialects that are already on the verge of extinction. What the government should focus on is the protection and promotion of endangered languages.

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My Christmas!

Posted on 24 Dec 2021

I celebrated my first true Christmas after 25 years of celebrating it as a tradition of my family and society, and the morning that gave me peace.

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The Price of Justice!

Posted on 22 Dec 2021

Justice should be free and no price should be demanded to be paid for it. Bandhs and blockades and rallies and violence should not be the answer and never be made to be.

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What is your dream?

Posted on 24 Oct 2021

What we must do is no longer hide behind the veil of uncertainty but come out to explore the limits of who we are and start defining our lives the perfect way.


What next after class 10, 12?

Posted on 26 Jul 2021

Your choice of stream of learning is arguably one of the most important steps to success. It must be a subject that interests you, that gives you an inner zeal to go for more until you're physically exhausted.


Indigeneity: Who must arbitrate?

Posted on 21 May 2021

The government, rather than ignoring, should try to nip the evil in the bud and refuse to let it build a foundation that may prove detrimental to the future prospects of the state.

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Live to live

Posted on 23 Aug 2020

Hate has taken us too far now and our global village is at risk and we need global humanity.

Live it still

Posted on 9 Aug 2020

COVID-19 will not be the end of tragedy, and it may surely not be the last pandemic.

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How did the wheel of pandemic turn in Manipur?

Posted on 3 Aug 2020

No doubt, the entire world wants the pandemic to go. But what do we do when it worsens; when at first you worry about people who are coming home from across the country and abroad but now you have to literally worry about yourself too even while you are staying at home.

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