Hope Abandoned

Rahul Pandita

Peace has become all the more elusive in Manipur

In It Together

Caught between history, geography and demography, Manipur can achieve peace only by building trust. Peddling false narratives won’t help

The Wages of Hate

Manipur is inching towards tentative normalcy after a bloody spell of ethnic rage. Lhendup G Bhutia travels across a scorched state still scattered with the dying embers of anger. A dispatch

Myanmar’s Opium Poisons Manipur

The state government’s action against encroachments in forest areas and a rise in opium production in Myanmar

Centre hopeful of facilitating Meitei-Kuki talks to establish peace

No deaths in the state due to violence since July 18 and high attendance in schools and offices signs of hope that the worst may be over as Centre holds 6 rounds of meetings with both sides

The Fraying of Manipur

Old faultlines have brought the state to the edge of civil war

Diasporic Manipuris float forum to finance relief, promote dialogue

The new organisation, Global Manipur Federation, headquartered in South Korea, has members across US and Europe

Peace By Peace

Manipur has an adequate legal machinery to end the violence and restore order without splintering the state

Contested Homelands

In Manipur, old histories of distrust and apprehensions of losing territory to other ethnic communities have meant that peace remains fragile


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