Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Topic: Manipur violence

Photos: 100 days on, ethnic unrest divides Manipur

Ichan Hoakip, 38, is possibly one of the handful of people of Meitei ethnicity remaining in the hills of the conflict-torn Indian state of...

Manipur violence: Why has India’s government been slow to respond?

Jay Ramasubramanyam, York University, Canada A mass burial for 35 people from the Kuki tribe killed in ethnic violence in India’s Manipur state was recently...

Manipur HC orders status quo on proposed burial site for Kuki-Zomi people killed in violence

The Manipur High Court on Thursday directed that the status quo be maintained at the proposed burial site in Churachandpur district where the Kuki-Zo community had planned a burial service for 35 people who were killed in the ethnic violence.

Manipur court summons Professor for media interview on ethnic violence; student group says “threat to academic freedom”

A local court in Manipur's Imphal on July 6 took cognisance of charges filed against Professor Kham Khan Suan Hausing, for a media interview...

Lost lives, lingering pain: Kuki women share ordeal of surviving Manipur ethnic violence

L*, a nurse at Kuki Christian Hospital (KCC) in Manipur’s Imphal, is still reeling from the shock of the ethnic killing of her husband...

Manipur unrest: Tribal communities demand sacking CM

"We are Indians; we are not terrorists or illegal migrants", protested Brett Terrate, an elderly man who fled from violence-hit Manipur to take shelter...