IFP Articles

God Makes and Unmakes Kings

By L. Luingam As the 17th Lok Sabha Election is approaching very near, the election fever and tempo too increases day by day. Many political parties are united against Modi to pull him down. Nevertheless, the world extols him and sees in him the future.....

Push for one-Religion India has never been so vigorous

By John S. Shilshi I am a Christian by faith, and I grew up studying in a Missionary School run by the Roman Catholics. Contrary to some sections in Indian society nursing wrong notion about all Christian Schools preaching to convert their students to .....

The Parliamentary Elections 2019: Basic Income Proposal of Rahul Gandhi

By Amar Yumnam The campaigning for the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections are now in full swing and the actual elections are going to happen in less than two weeks. General Elections for the parliament are the occasions when the political parties should generate.....

“Imphal- Smart City”

(A dream that we need to make true) By Sanjenbam Jugeshwor Singh There is a great buzz in India recently on smart cities. The Government has embarked on “ smart Cities Mission “,one of the Prime Minister’s pet Project and has identified in the first.....

Celebrities

By Thiyam Ningol, Dr. Nalini, Africa Since childhood John was a music lover. He was one of the active members of the children’s church choir. As he grew up, he started writing and composing his own songs. When he was 15, one of the local musical ban.....

Play safe with natural ingredients

By Shahnaz Husain When you’re looking to solve your skin problems, Mother Nature often knows best . Each year more and more people are turning towards homemade natural ingredients for their skincare needs. Harnessing the natural potency of plant-ba.....

Bamboo Flower, a novel – Part 39

by Akendra Sana “Bamboo Flower”, serialized here, is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously and any resemblance to any actual person, living or dead, events.....

Who is afraid of RaGa?

By Dr. R.K.Nimai The ruling dispensation claims that they will win 300 seats in the coming 17th Lok Sabha election and form the next government. This is spoken with lots of confidence by both the central and state BJP leadership. Whether this is mere b.....

World Water Day 2019

By N. Munal Meitei Today, I was shocked to read a Newspaper clip where it is reported that in Bengaluru if the present water crisis persist, then peoples have to evacuate within a decade. Now water is the most difficult problem in almost all states in .....

Energy from- “Solid waste”

By Sanjenbam Jugeshwor Singh Energy recovery from waste is the conversion of non-recyclable waste materials into usable heat, electricity or fuel through a variety of processes, including combustion, gasification, pyrolization, anaerobic digestion and .....

Christchurch shooting: One incident, many lessons

By John S. Shilshi In security parlance it is said that there is no place safe or unsafe for human beings. It is also said that there are no fences possible to prevent human beings with evil intents. What the world just saw in Christchurch, New Zealand.....

“Medals from E-Waste”-in 2020 Tokyo Olympic

By Sanjenbam Jueshwor Singh In every four years, the host Country of the Olympic Games revels in the Global spotlight for sixteen days. While few Countries are able to create a lasting imprint once the games are over. Japan has a unique plan to change .....

Meetei tribe bears more tribal characters among the indigenous people of Manipur

By Dr. Thangjam Ranjit Meetei Community is one of the main tribes of Manipur and North East India and possesses all the characteristic of becoming a tribe living in permanent society. Though, the majority of Meetei population embraces Hindusim/Vaishnov.....

The Beckoning New Magaimai Village of Senapati District Manipur

By Mamta Lukram Along the Paren Road, Seanpati District of Manipur, getting down 8/9 km, is located the New Magaimai Village, established in 1995, inhibited by Maram tribe with 50 households and approximate total population of 300. The sex ratio is fav.....

Generation gap

By Thiyam Ningol, Dr. Nalini, Africa Philip Rweyemamu was 23 yrs old when he went to London to study international law. He hailed from a chiefdom in a remote village. He came to London with high hopes, future dreams and challenge of becoming a famous, .....

Catapults, molotov cocktails, and music!

(Tapta in comparison and contrast - III) By Ningombam Captain Tools used in extreme forms of political protests are not limited to stones or slingshots or molotov cocktails only; some use music - not the soft and easy-listening ones of course, but t.....

Bamboo Flower, a novel – Part 38

By Akendra Sana “Bamboo Flower”, serialized here, is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously and any resemblance to any actual person, living or dead, events.....

Holi Skin and Hair Care Tips

By Shahnaz Husain Holi Hai!! The vibrant festival of colors of happiness is just around the corner. Barely a few days are left before you head to play joyfully and get dirty in colour game. The Holi fever has set it and it is the time .....

A Cold-Blooded Killer-“E-WASTE”

By Sanjenbam Jueshwor Singh We all have been talking about “ENVIRONMENTAL Problems and Ecological Imbalance ”like, Global warming, Water pollution, soil pollution, Air pollution, Noise pollution, Ozone layer depletion etc. due to deforestation, Indu.....

Menopause

By Thiyam Ningol, Dr. Nalini, Africa Harieth had been working as Bakari’s secretory for more than 25 years. She loved her profession and was proud of it. She admired her Boss and tried her best to keep pace with the workload. Because of the na.....

Bamboo Flower, a novel – Part 37

By Akendra Sana “Bamboo Flower”, serialized here, is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously and any resemblance to any actual person, living or dead, events.....

Modi’s 18 months to resolve Naga issue, yet completing his tenure without disclosing ‘Contents’ of ‘Framework Agreement’

By Oken Jeet Sandham It all started with Prime Minister Narendra Modi announcing soon after assuming his office to resolve the Naga political issue within 18 months. But he surprised the world when he did not touch the Naga political issue while addres.....

Bedtime Beauty Hacks to Look Young

By Shahnaz Husain Quality sleep helps revitalize body , mind and improves our mood .Sleep is key to feeling and looking youthful.Sleep does wonders to feel refreshed,protecting health , immune system to look gorgeous and rejuvenated .The wrinkle.....

Mee Manukhang Will Not Be Televised

(Tapta in comparison and contrast - II) By Ningombam Captain Tapta successfully changed the generic taste of music for the regular Manipuri audience. He showed us, with proof, that Manipuri songs need not sound like the conventional radio-friendly h.....

Hon'ble Gonvernor's Void Ordinance

(A Non-Political Legal Opinion) By L. Ibomcha Singh The joy We had on hearing the news of the promulgation of an Ordinance by the Hon’ble Governor of Manipur to contain the mob violence in the State was shattered and short-lived on seeing the text o.....

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Man found dead under mysterious circumstances

Locals of Takyel Kolom leikai blocked NH 37

IMPHAL | Apr 21 A 46 year old man was found dead under mysterious circumstances today at Yarou Bamdiar which falls under the jurisdiction of Nambol police station. The victim was identified as Phijam Muhindro, son of Ph. Nodiyachand, resident of Takyel.....

22-Apr-2019 / A Staff Reporter

Withdrawing of house guards, escort personnel was act of revenge: O. Joy

IMPHAL | Apr 21 “The withdrawal of house guards cum escort personnel provided for NCP outer candidate, NEIDP outer candidate and former minister, O. Joy by an order released on April 19, was an act of retaliation by the ruling government following the .....

22-Apr-2019 / A Staff Reporter

‘VAT, goods and service taxes cannot be levied on betel leafs’

IMPHAL | Apr 21 Justice, Kh Nobin, High Court of Manipur has quashed and set aside the notification order for the inclusion of Kwamana (beetle leaves) among forest products. The order to include beetle leaves as forest products had been released by .....

Macha Leima observes its Golden Jubilee

IMPHAL | Apr 21 Manipuree Chanura Leishem Marup (Macha Leima) today celebrated its 50 years of existence by observing the Golden Jubillee of the organisation at Lamyanba Shanglen today. Editor of Macha Leima magazine, Haobam Seityabati said the wo.....

22-Apr-2019 / A Staff Reporter

Proxy voting planned by BJP was allowed at Andro AC: Meghachandra

MLA, K. Meghachandra briefing to media at MPCC conference hall

IMPHAL | Apr 21 “The video uploaded on social media about the supposed humiliation of a police constable was intended to spread lies. The people should be aware of the actual scenario of the incident at the polling station in Andro assembly constituenc.....

22-Apr-2019 / A Staff Reporter

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