Sanjenbam Jugeshwor Singh

Sanjenbam Jugeshwor Singh

Assistant Professor, JCRE Global College, Babupara, Imphal. The writer can be reached at sjugeshwor7@gmail.com

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Impact of Land and Soil Degradation

Posted on 19 Jun 2022

Solutions to land and soil degradation should ideally be aimed to address the main causes contributing to land and soil degradation in a specific geographic region.

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Opinion

Freebie Culture - Burden on People

Posted on 6 Jun 2022

Those who enjoy or avail freebies from political leaders should be aware of the fact that these freebies are not coming from the pockets of any political parties but from the taxpayers, including them who are the beneficiaries.

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Wildlife

Threats to biodiversity

Posted on 18 Apr 2022

We tend to overlook nature’s inter-relationship and take short-term actions that can have a serious impact on biodiversity and its habitats. Humans do not have the right to do this.

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Opinion

Is Sustainable Development Unsustainable?

Posted on 10 Apr 2022

To ensure sustainable development, any activity that is expected to bring about economic growth must also consider its environmental impact (or environmental costs) so that it is more consistent with long-term growth and development.

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Opinion

Mayhem of Corruption in Manipur

Posted on 27 Mar 2022

Transforming corruption control and consolidation of good governance into public policy and institutional reforms in Manipur is still a herculean challenge.

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Technology

Block chain technology wherein future lie

Posted on 13 Mar 2022

Block chain is ideal for delivering the information because it provides immediate shared and completely transparent information stored on an immutable ledger that can be accessed only by permissioned network members.

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Food

Yongchak declining in Manipur

Posted on 17 Nov 2020

There is a vast decline of yongchak population in Manipur and no report is yet made. Many believe to be the wave of mobile phone and mobile tower; others reported the change in environmental factor..

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Opinion

The Role of Mountain in Green Economy

Posted on 6 Mar 2022

The green economy framework and Rio+20 need to recognize the benefits arising from mountain ecosystems and should set principles and policies for global, regional and national actions in support of sustainable mountain development.

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Opinion

Splashing Free Unfair Elections

Posted on 27 Feb 2022

The Constitution of India promises free and fair election to the citizens of the country and empowers the Election Commission to superintend, control and direct the election in India, but ensuring free and fair election will be an impossible task

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Opinion

Skill Development: Chuck the thick manuals!

Posted on 3 Jan 2022

The formation of the National Skill Development Mission has necessitated the need to re-examine the need for skill development in relation to rural livelihood in Manipur. This is felt more in a state like Manipur where the challenge is emanating from the demographic dividend, rural and urban set up.

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