National Holidays mean ‘Curfew’
Mercy Kamei / January 25, 2012
In North East India, National Holidays mean ‘Curfew’.
Missing Persons of Kashmir
Sajad Rasool / October 21, 2011
Thousands of disappearances in Kashmir leave families broken.
Hundreds Go Missing In Manipur
Mercy Kamei / August 3, 2011
Over 300 people disappear every year in Manipur; most are victims of extrajudicial killings.
Binayak Sen On IndiaUnheard
Sarwat Naqvi / July 29, 2011
Our Community Correspondent, Sarwat Naqvi, talks to recently released human rights activist Binayak Sen.
Farmers Lose Land To Railway
Achungmei Kamei / July 28, 2011
The construction of a railway track in Tamenglong district has raised concerns among the villagers.
Choosing Own Religion Seals Fate Of Manipuri Families
Mercy Kamei / July 1, 2011
In some places in Manipur, Christians are confronted with violent discrimination.
Critical Plebiscite For Manipur’s Independence
Mercy Kamei / June 7, 2011
Insurgents demand a plebiscite but the climate of fear is likely to hassle the process.
Insurgency Drives Away Tourists
Achungmei Kamei / May 18, 2011
Because of the surrounding violence and military presence, tourists have deserted Loktak Lake in Manipur.