Denial of burial rights to a Manipur woman reflects the hyper-normalisation of intolerance in India – Scroll.in


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Denial of burial rights to a Manipur woman reflects the hyper-normalisation of intolerance in India
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It may seem far removed from the reality we live in but the debate in the past month over the burial of a Catholic woman in a Baptist society in Manipur is just another reflection of growing religious intolerance in our country. Ritah Haorei’s body lay

FIFA U-17 : A milestone for NE football

Kamal Baruah Come October 6, India Under-17 team will rub shoulders with their contemporaries on the word stage after months of rigorous training and exposure trips abroad in Mexico, Chile, and Colombia under Portuguese coach Norton de Matos. It is the first time that India is hosting a FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football Association) biennial event […]

Feeling the heat from the UNC : Next round of talk

The BJP led Government must be feeling the heat. And it stands that the United Naga Council knows the exact spot to apply the pressure. Deadline is obviously one spot the UNC knows how and when to serve and it is along this line that Works Minister Th Biswajit took pains to negate any possibility […]

Master plan for restoration of dilapidated school structures to be formulated : Radheshyam

Imphal, October 02 2017: The State Government will formulate a master plan with regard to restoration of worn out Government school structures. Disclosing this in a press conference held in connection with Swachhata Pakhwada at the Directorate of Education (S) at Lamphelpat today, Education Minister Th Radheshyam informed that teachers and students of 1997 schools […]

Quit notice served to non-locals in Zunheboto dist

Dimapur, October 02 2017: A student organization in Nagaland has asked all “illegal immigrants” to leave a particular district in the State within 30 days counting from today. This decision came following the alleged rape incident where an “illegal immigrant” was reportedly involved in it . All Sumi (Sema) Students Union has asked all “illegal […]

Swachhta Hi Seva concludes, Gandhi Jayanti observed across the State

Bpr/ Chandel, CCpur, Jiribam/ Kak/ Kpi/ Noney/ Senapati/ Ukhrul, October 02 2017: To commemorate the father of the Nation, people across the State celebrated Gandhi Jayanti by organising numerous social services and events . Meanwhile, the Swachhta Hi Seva “Cleanliness is Service” campaign which began on September 15 also concluded with numerous cleanliness drive being […]

Imphal comes alive to Night Plaza on first evening !

Imphal, October 02 2017: For the first time, Imphal city was quite lively and bustling tonight as thousands turned out to enjoy the first evening of night plaza at the capital city. Officially christened Imphal Evenings, Chief Minister formally opening the night plaza with stalls lined up on the Kangla Pat road from Raj Bhavan […]

Chandel dist hospital to be inaugurated this month

Imphal, October 02 2017: Medical Director, Dr K Rajo has said that the State Government will take up necessary measures to complete the construction works on the 50 bedded Chandel district hospital, within this month and hand it over to the people of Chandel district. He made the statement during an inspection trip to the […]

International Day of Non-violence and National Cleanliness Day ; Tripartite talks likely on Oct 6 or 7 : CM

Imphal, October 02 2017: Affirming that the tripartite talks involving the State Government, the UNC and the Government of India would continue, Chief Minister N Biren has stated that the next round may be held on October 6 or 7. He was speaking at the International Day of Non-Violence and National Cleanliness Day held today […]

Swachhta Hi Seva

Khuga Battalion Organised a ‘Swachhta Hi Sewa Campaign’ today for the population residing in the remote and far flung areas near Indo Myanmar border under jurisdiction of Singngat Subdivision, Churachandpur district Source The Sangai Express