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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Opinion

Festival for Integration

Posted on 22 Nov 2022

Festivals have been examined as ways of responding to various forms of crisis; social, political, economic and as a means of remaking and re-animating spaces and social life.

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Opinion

Champions of Human Rights and Nobel Peace Prize 2022

Posted on 17 Oct 2022

By awarding the Nobel Peace Prize for 2022 to Ales Bialiatski, Memorial and Center for Civil Liberties, the Norwegian Nobel Committee wishes to honour three outstanding champions of human rights, democracy and peaceful coexistence in the neighboring countries Belarus, Russia and Ukraine.

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Music

Music in Nation Building

Posted on 2 Oct 2022

A vigorous activity by educational institutions and business will save import costs and indeed provide avenues for exports.

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Opinion

Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development

Posted on 25 Sept 2022

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the future is still very uncertain, especially with the detection of new variants, some of which are spreading more quickly. But how could we have known that the infection was caused by a virus, what this virus looks like and what its genetic sequence and variations are without basic research?

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Opinion

World within the palm of AI

Posted on 17 Sept 2022

Powered by various forms of machine learning that recognize patterns in data to enable predictions, AI can add value to your business by: Providing a more comprehensive understanding of the abundance of data available: Relying on predictions to automate excessively complex or mundane tasks.

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Education

Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan and Teacher's Day

Posted on 4 Sept 2022

While serving as the President of India, when some people wanted to celebrate his birthday, Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan had proposed that if people genuinely wanted to celebrate his birthday then let it be celebrated as a day for teachers.

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Opinion

Edge computing for modern software development

Posted on 2 Sept 2022

What makes Edge so exciting is the potential it has for transforming business across every industry and function, from customer engagement and marketing to production and back-office operations.

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Opinion

Sport as Peace and Development Tool

Posted on 19 Aug 2022

Over the past few years, a movement has been building at the international level in support of sports for development and peace, bringing with it an unprecedented level of focus, coordination, and strategic thinking.

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Opinion

75 Years Journey of India's Independence

Posted on 15 Aug 2022

As India is celebrating the 75th anniversary of its independence, let’s look at what have been the historic events, most significant achievements and major milestones during this period: On August 15, 1947, India gained its independence from British Rule.

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The urgent call for river rejuvenation

Posted on 10 Jul 2022

Experts opine that by 2025, the country will be facing an acute water crisis if no preventive measures are taken today. Hence, the need of the hour is environmentally sustainable development of river resource.

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Opinion

Burden of Overpopulation

Posted on 17 Jul 2022

Overpopulation is a big threat to the environment, natural resources, human beings, or the entire ecosystem. It only creates a crisis that increases poverty, climate change, pollution, and many environmental and social issues in the world

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