Editorial
Legally caught off-guard

There is still the matter of the Manipur High Court striking down the two laws relating to Parliamentary Secretaries and its aftermath hanging like a guillotine’s blade on the fate of the Manipur government.


Opinion
The case that never was the rarest of rare case

A savage sentence is an anathema to the civilized jurisprudence of Article 21 of the Constitution of India.


IFP Breaking Point
Uprooting the green history with the yellow mark of death

Over 200 trees in a stretch of nearly one kilometre along the Uripok-Kangchup Road in Manipur have been cut down.


IFP Breaking Point
How Tingkao Ragwang Chapriak is keeping alive traditions and culture of Zeliangrong people in NE India

The changing lifestyle brought on by the modern influence, cultural integration and new adaptations as been gradually edging out the old beliefs and systems.


IFP Breaking Point
Vegetable farmers struggle to survive as their produce rot under the pandemic sun

Disruption in the supply chain system by Covid-19 pandemic restrictions has caused huge loss for farmers in rural Manipur.