Huirem Naresh

Huirem Naresh

Huirem Naresh, a resident of Keishamthong Elangbam has been with Imphal Times since its start, 2013. He handles mostly Press release and announcement related news. Naresh is also a social worker. He can be emailed at [email protected]

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Sunday, 09 June 2019 16:51

Her Fantasy

By-Dr Nunglekpam Premi Devi
Independent Scholar

She dreams a life; she dreams her own;
She hopes and she admires; she dreams her silence;
She smells and she loves; she feels and she hugs;
She owns her time, clock a mystery;
She hangs her out own, secretly silent;
Morning’s so fresh; Mornings’ so softly;
Her heart speaks; her mind talks;
She loves cuddling and she loves shadowing;
She holds her magic; fresh as her bloods;
Smearing her cloth line; murky as she desires;
She embarrasses; she fazes; and she closes in;
Her womb so tight; her chest so forbidden;
She cares and she covers every piece;
She digs and she plants; magic into mirrors;
She lives a queen; she holds no mistakes;
She’s bounded; she’s all walled;
She’s fantasy; she’s imagining.

She favors ‘his’ presence and she waits;
She smiles within heartily; she adores ‘him’ secretly;
She loves being drug into his; warmly smiles;
She believes his chest and she forgets to live;
His shoes and his hairs; all superb;
Evening so waiting; his arrival ‘all home’;
His clothes and his inners; all magnificent;
She owns her place; she loves and she sees ‘him’;
She makes ‘his bed’ and she comforts it;
She fancy ‘his’ words appreciating;
Ah! You’re too good for me;
Her breaths ‘his body’; she checks and she steals;
She loves being listening; her man as ‘he ‘be still;
She desires attitudes touchy upon his hands so cold;
She’s all calm; her doors all securely open;
Her prettify loosen, so peaceful with ‘his bosom’;
She’s glorious and she’s all beautiful.

She loves ‘his’ smells and fascinates his ‘touch’;
She moves again and after; she’s inviting his;
His ‘presence’ so magnetic arousal;
She flattered ‘his’ holding hands; so touchy;
Her breaths faster; she pumps stronger;
Her ‘love’ and his ‘love’; twining and tingling;
Stealing his moment; she imagines lying upon his lap;
She hopes and she imagines; adventures and mysteries;
She listens to ‘his’ so dearly; she performs strongly;
She isn’t feeling weak as he ‘holds’ his within;
Her eyes so seductive; her lips so touchy;
Her hair so fragile; her body so smooth;
Her wetness, Ah! The scent of the two souls;
She brings in his; she feels so magical;
Her bed so velvety; his moves so tremendous;
She love being exchange; she desires a fantasy;
She’s fantasy; she’s all absence of fear.

Sunday, 09 June 2019 16:49

A tribute to Arambam Somorendra

Every year on June 10, we observe his Death Anniversary both in Manipur and outside. Arambam Somorendra was born on the 12th  July 1935 at Sagolband Meino Leirak Imphal. His father was the late Dorendrajit  Poet, Playwright and Author of the 193Os. His mother was Longjam Ningol Jamini Devi daughter of Longjam Amuba, the lshinglakpa during the British Administration. Somorendra’s Grandfather Meino Babu was the first Sub-Inspector of Police after the British takeover of Manipur after the Anglo Manipur was of l 891 . His grandmother Khomdonsana was the youngest daughter of Maharaja Surchandra (1886-1890)
During the second world war when Somorendra was 9 years old his father died in 1944 during the tension and struggles of human displacement. His maternal grandfather who had agricultural tenants in Sawombung village gave the family shelter. But the sudden invasions by the Japanese forces from the Ukhrul side forced them to seek shelter at Salam Keikhu in the traditional Langon yanfams of the family. However Dorendrajit died at age 37  leaving his wife  and two sons and a daughter as orphans.
Somorendra’s widowed mother reared the family after the war. He finished matriculation at Churachand High School and entered D.M. College in the intermediate class in 1955. He inherited leadership qualities from his erstwhile grandparent’s yet he nourished the thirst for movement and change as youths of the day. During the feverish student agitations in the I950s through socialist ideologies and practices, Somorendra led a batch of khwai students who picketed at the Khwairamband Bridge in 1952. The police beat him up and threw him down into the Nambul River. His family and friends nursed him back to health. Since then he was determined to fight for justice & dignity for his people.
At Dhanamanjuri college he rose to the position of senior under officer when the National Cadet Corps was first introduced in 1955.
After finishing the MA degree in Pune University in 1963, he slowly and consistently worked for the unity of the hills and plains people and aspired for the transformation of the status of the once proud pan mongoloids of the north-east. In 1969, the first notice came that there was an insurgency movement in Manipur and Somorendra left home and went underground for six years.
In 1975, when the Government of Manipur proclaimed general amnesty, Somorendra returned to Imphal and spent the rest of his life as a cultural activist and social visionary. He wrote a number of award winning plays and contributed to the revival of indigenous cultures of the land and also for special empowerment to women. He also worked for the consolidation of the Meitei diaspora.
While attending a seminar on shumang leela at Khurai Nandeibam Leikai on June 10, 2000, he was shot at by some unknown assailants. He was martyred for his land and people he loved. His friends, colleagues and admirers built a mausoleum at the site of his martyrdom. And each June 10, since then both the people from Manipur and outside offer flowers to the soul of this patriot of Manipur.

From Correspondnt
Imphal June 8, 

Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh in association with Archery Sports Federation of India today organized 1st National Archery & CRB Crossbow Championship-2019 at its Campus. DSP, Rajpura, S. Manpreet Singh was the Chief Guest on the occasion while Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the function. The Championship was organized on the occasion of 13th Foundation Day of Aryans Group  
The programme commenced with the formal Lamp lighting & Cake Cutting ceremony by the S. Manpreet Singh, Dr. Anshu Kataria, Director of Federation Ms Savita Joshi etc. Over 300 participants from Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Rajasthan etc participated on the 1st day with latest Archery, Crossbow & Traditional Archery.  
DSP, S. Manpreet Singh congratulated the participants and their parents. He appreciated the efforts made by Aryans and sports federation to promote sports and the qualities of sportsmanship among the youth to keep them focused from the very beginning of their career.
 Dr. Anshu Kataria congratulated the participants and thanked all the stakeholders, professionals, team members etc for their support in past 12 years. Kataria added that Aryans has constantly added values by incorporating the best technical practices and philosophies to bridge the gap between education through books and the practical realities.
It is to be mentioned that Aryans was started with a MBA course in the year 2007 with one acre land and 100 students and presently the Group has 21 acre lush green campus and running 8 different colleges i.e Aryans College of Engineering, Aryans College of Law, Aryans Business Colleges, Aryans Institute of Management & Technology, Aryans Degree College, Aryans College of Education, Aryans Institute of Nursing, Aryans College of Pharmacy. The group is celebrating the birth date of its Co- founder Mrs Rajni Kataria, Former School teacher as its Foundation Day every year.
Sh. Parvej  Joshi, Harpreet Singh, Harmanpreet, Harjot Singh, Sudesh Kumar were the judges on the occasion

Mr. Pakinrichapbo (Advocate)
Samziuram Village,
Peren, Nagaland

Oxford English Dictionary defined stratagem as a plan intended to outwit an opponent.
After reading and following the exchanges of Nagaland’s most followed political writer      Mr. KK Sema (Retd. IAS) with the NSCN-IM and also the southern Nagas represented by its younger populations. I am compelled to conclude for time being that the GOI first stratagem is the plan of setting up of statutory body named Pan-Naga Cultural Body empowered with Executive authority, Budgetary and negotiating powers to function without territorial limits in all Naga inhabited areas as per the salient contents of Framework Agreement (FA) without territorial integrations. The Pan-Naga Hoho body will have a special and separate budget to cover all the Naga inhabited areas.
GOI knowing such proposal without land integration is likely to be opposed not only by the Naga populations but more sternly by the neighbouring states who have warned GOI that any attempt to disrupt their respective states cultural, economic and political lives will not be tolerated has agreed to set up Pan-Naga Cultural Body.
GOI second stratagem is to do nothing but delay signing the final agreement seeing the Naga factions refusing to make any compromise on their earlier stand, for instance, separate flag and separate constitution to be incorporated in the Constitution of India. By now, Nagas ought to be wise enough to know the limits of their strength and whether it will do the people any good by going back to the Jungles in this age. Compromise is the essence of diplomacy.
 I may be wrong but so far any available information’s we have on this Pan-Naga Cultural Body is from the article first appeared in Morung Express on 16.09.17 titled Pan-Naga Hoho under Indo-Naga Framework Agreement by Mr. KK Sema (Retd. IAS).  
I present the following ten points reminding the Naga factions, Naga legislators, Tribal Bodies, CSOs, state politicians (active and retired), Church bodies, public-spirited individuals, student and youth bodies to vigorously initiate inclusive public discourse upon such proposal to reach at consensus peacefully to defeat the GOI stratagem before things go out control:
1.    Can all factions mutually agree to this Pan-Naga Cultural body without territorial integration, in case of opposition from some factions, will GOI forced factions to agree to this set up as part of the final settlement or leave the factions to decide by themselves through violent confrontations like in the past?
2.Can all the factions have equal representations to Pan-Naga Cultural Body?  
3.Will the Nagas of Nagaland and Nagas in surrounding states agree to be governed by this Pan-Naga Cultural Body without territorial integration? Before territorial integration is materialized.
4.Will this Pan-Naga Cultural Body replaced the Nagaland Legislative Assembly? If so, will the legislators and the electorates agree to such settlement? What about Naga legislators/elected members of Autonomous council in surrounding states?
5.In case all factions agree to send representations to Pan-Naga Cultural Body, how will the factions represent, under the name of their factions or on behalf of the people/tribes.  
6.Has Naga legislators, tribal bodies given enough pressure to all the factions to agree to this Pan-Naga Cultural Body or are legislators and tribal bodies secretly plotting along tribal and regional lines. I believe only the sincere and courageous efforts of Naga legislators and tribal bodies can help bring any settlement or another round of chaos.
7.Can all factions after agreeing to this Pan-Naga Cultural Body without territorial integration sincerely seeks democratic process to achieve territorial integrations as GOI have made their position clear again and again that territorial integration can only be achieved by following the democratic political processes?   
8.In case all factions make use of Pan-Naga Cultural Body, how will they deal with opposing neighbouring states?
9.Are the legislators and tribal bodies doing enough to make different factions work side by side for the common good and not see each other as mortal enemies filled with vengeance?
10.How long will the interim period be? More importantly, when the interim period is over, will the civil government be established following a fair democratic process?
I feel the above mentioned ten points need thorough deliberations followed with right actions at the right time if the above-mentioned stakeholders are really sincere in their approach to protect the future of the economically and educationally backward Nagas living in the Indian Sub-Continent. Or will the factions carry on their power struggles among themselves by claiming to represent the voice of the entire Nagas without even checking the number of followers in their designated camp.

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