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Projects in the name of development are causing displacement, loss of livelihood and frustration across India.
In Imphal, Manipur, drivers of cycle-rickshaws are at risk as auto rickshaws flood the city.
In Tamenlong District, Manipur, orange trees are dying and no one seems to be able to explain why.
Over 300 people disappear every year in Manipur; most are victims of extrajudicial killings.
The construction of a railway track in Tamenglong district has raised concerns among the villagers.
In Yangkholen village, Manipur, the Zeme tribe has seen its traditional culture exceptionally preserved.
In some places in Manipur, Christians are confronted with violent discrimination.
Traditional methods of solving disputes such as water immersion are still in existence amongst the Naga tribes in Manipur.