2 edition of Conflict in Manipur found in the catalog.
Conflict in Manipur
M. Amarjeet Singh
by National Institute of Advanced Studies, Conflict Resolution Programme in Bangalore
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 45-46).
|Statement||M. Amarjeet Singh|
|Series||NIAS backgrounder -- B1-2010, NIAS backgrounder on conflict resolution -- B1-2010, Backgrounders on conflict -- B1-2010|
|Contributions||National Institute of Advanced Studies (Bangalore, India). Conflict Resolution Programme|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||2010327786|
J , Imphal (Manipur, India): An amazing scene unfolds in front of Kangla Fort, the headquarters of the Assam Rifles, a unit of the Indian army. Soldiers and officers watch aghast as twelve women, all in their sixties and seventies, position themselves in front of the gates and then, one by one, strip themselves naked. The imas, the mothers of Manipur, are in a cold fury, protesting. Manipur: Insurgent Politics M Amarjeet Singh Contesting claims over territorial supremacy by rival insurgent groups have not only resulted in violent conflict between the insurgents’ themselves, but, it also has potential to generate misunderstanding between communities they claim to represent.
Manipur, a state in the north eastern region of India has been in a conflict situation for over four decades. The state has a population of over million residing in Sq. Kms of land 90% of the land is designated as hilly terrain and 67% of the population reside in rural areas. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 2, Killed total (officiall). 3, Killed total (independent sources). The ethnic conflict in Nagaland, in northeastern India, is an ongoing conflict fought between the ethnic Nagas and the governments of India and Myanmar. Nagaland inhabited by the Nagas is located at the tri-junction border of India on the West and South, north and Myanmar on the on: Nagaland, Northeast India.
BOOK REVIEW. The Mothers of Manipur, by Teresa Rehman, Zubaan, New Delhi, , pages, price Rs The Mothers of Manipur is a journey of a reporter to find the lives behind the news reports. Journalist Teresa Rehman, in her debut book, traces each one of the 12 mothers who stripped in front of the Kangla Fort in Imphal on 15 th July, in protest against the rape and killing of. In this unusual book, journalist Teresa Rehman tells the story of these twelve women, the momentous decision they took, and how they carried it out with precision and care. In doing so she connects the reader to the broader history of conflict-torn Manipur and the courage and resistance of its people—in particular its women/5(13).
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Militancy and Conflict Resolution in Manipur is an anthology of the thoughts of Commandant R.S. Jassal (Retd) who is a soldier turned into a writer and social : R. Jassal. Get this from a library. Conflict in Manipur. [M Amarjeet Singh; National Institute of Advanced Studies (Bangalore, India).
Conflict Resolution Programme.]. Background: Conflict in Manipur The northeastern part of India is linked to the rest of the country by a narrow corridor through the hill districts of West Bengal state. The dilemma over the dual identity of state and nation still haunts writers in Manipur 65 years after independence because of the alienation of the northeastern region from mainstream India, a.
Overlapping claims over land and territory by tribal groups led to violent Kuki-Naga conflict and Kuki-Paite conflict in the s. Then there was a Meitei-Meitei-Muslim riot in Sincea prominent armed group has banned the screening of Hindi films in Manipur claiming that these films are a form of?cultural imperialism?.
Ethnic Conflict and Harmonization: A Study of Manipur Abstract Manipur is a melting pot of diverse cultures and ethnicities and has gradually evolved into a dynamic multicultural society.
The Nagas, Kukis and Meiteis have shared common spaces and have been competing for the same land and other resources, since times immemorial.
This article analyses the conflict between the Kuki and Naga ethnic groups in the state of Manipur in North East India and attempts to understand why tensions arose in the first place and remain. Manipur has been witnessing armed conflict between the government and several insurgent groups, and the conflict between ethnic groups over the demand for the creation of new states within India’s federalism or independence from India.
Tohring, a Naga from Manipur, conducted field research on the Kuki–Naga conflict and published a book (Tohring, ). I also spoke with Hoineilhing Sitlhou, assistant professor of Sociology at the University of Hyderabad, a Kuki from Manipur who has done field research on the Kuki society in Manipur.
Conflicts in Manipur (NIAS Backgrounder No. B) several books and historical records was. set ablaze on Ap inter-community conflict in Manipur and. one in which there was. As pointed out above, the conflict prevailing in Manipur may be classified into two types depending on the nature and pattern of the conflict; (1) Vertical Conflict and (2) Horizontal Conflict.
The vertical conflict is the type of conflict that prevails between the Government of India and the struggling communities of Manipur as represented by Author: Kapil Arambam.
Conflict has been one of the greatest threats to mankind since the dawn of civilisation. Poorest communities, children and educational sector are among those severely affected by it, especially in the developing countries.
Whether education creates conflict or conflict affects educational development is an inconclusive debate till today. The present study is both a qualitative and.
The Insurgency in Manipur is an ongoing armed conflict between India and a number of separatist rebel groups, taking place in the region of Manipur.
The Insurgency in Manipur is part of the wider Insurgency in Northeast India; it combines elements of a national liberation war as well as an ethnic on: Manipur. ARMED CONFLICT AND NATIONALISM IN MANIPURI POETRY. The attempt for a review of literature through the lens of the existing armed conflict in the state, which is founded on a nationalistic ideology and accompanied with a strong desire for self determination, is a new perspective at the journey of Manipuri literature.
This new book has changed that. Based on meticulous interviews conducted across Manipur, this book is a testament to the courage and suffering of local people. Here Manipuri individuals emerge not as the passive backdrop to a conflict but as historical actors with real agency/5(6).
Overall, the book is a timely contribution following the pace of political change and conflict transformation in Myanmar. The volume will be of interest to scholars and readers of Myanmar politics, comparative politics, Asian ethnography, and peace studies.
Young widows of India's year-old conflict in Manipur Discussion in 'Indian Defence Forum' started by Prometheus, #1. Downloadable. Conflict, violence and social upheaval have been the greatest threats to mankind since the dawn of civilisation.
Poorest communities, children and education sector are among the most severely affected by conflicts, especially in the developing countries. Understandably, education is considered as the cornerstone of socio-economic and cultural development of a society/: Komal Singha.
Armed Conflict, A Case Study of Manipur - Part 1 - Seram Rojesh (Kumar) * Definition of Armed Conflict: Armed conflict is defined by the Uppsala conflict data Project as a contested incompatibility which concerns government and/or territory where the use of armed forces between two parties of while at least one is the government of a state, results in at least 25 battle-related deaths.
Whether education creates conflict or conflict affects educational development is an inconclusive debate till today. The present study is both a qualitative and quantitative analysis, tries to assess educational development status in the midst of conflict in Manipur, one of Cited by: 5.
These opposing views on the merger of Manipur apparently polarized into two opposite poles and ultimately reached the point of armed conflict in late 's. The United National Liberation Front, Manipur was established inwhereby the demand for secession gained momentum.Karbi-Kuki Conflict in Karbi Angolong Bulu Terang 94 5.
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