vol1

Vol. 1, No. 1, July-December 2011

Research Papers

1. Sanjay Kanti Das, Women Empowerment and Self Help Group: An Analytical study of Constraints in Karbi Anglong District of Assam, pp. 1-22.

2. Paominlen Haokip, Belief in Malevolent Spirit “Inn-Kaose” in Traditional Religious System of Chin-Kuki: A Descriptive Analysis, pp. 23-35.

3. S Thangboi Zou, Disrupted and Dislocated Livelihoods: Impacts of Khuga Dam on the Livelihoods of the Displaced People (IDPs) in Churachandpur, Manipur, pp. 36-60.

Perspectives

4. Paocha Gangte, Significance of Kuki Uprising, pp. 61-80.

5. Paotinlen Chongloi, Business Opportunities with special reference to Northeast India and Realigning strategies towards Look East Policy, pp. 81-99.

Book Review

6. Ngamkhohao Haokip and Michael Lunminthang (eds.).The Kuki Society: Past, Present and Future.New Delhi: Maxford, 2011. reviewed by Letminlun Khongsai, pp. 100-106.

vol2

Vol. 2, No. 1, July 2013

Articles

1. Saroj Kumar Rath, Fabled Orissa: From Glory and Grandeur to Colonisation, pp. 1-11.

2. Lalgin Chongloi, Som: A Decaying Traditional Institution of the Thadou, pp. 12-29.

3. R.K. Jeermison, Perception of Health Care Option and Therapy Seeking Behaviour of Tangkhul Nagas, pp. 22-39.

Notes

4. Lh. Seitinthang, Indigenous Agriculture System of Kukis in Ukhrul District, pp. 40-48.

5. Hoineilhing Sitlhou, Stigma and Identity Construction of People Living with HIV/AIDS in Manipur, pp. 51-61.

Discussion

6. Brundabana Mishra, Fabled Orissa: A Critique, pp. 59-63.

Commentary

7. Prasenjit Biswas, Re-Imagining India’s Northeast: Beyond Territory and State, pp. 62-72.

Vol. 2, No. 2, December 2012

Articles

1. Alex Akhup, The Lived Reality of Koms (Komrem) in Manipur: An Emerging Political Perspective, pp. 1-12.

2. Sanjay Kanti Das, State Cooperative Banking in Northeast India: Financial and Operational Viability Analysis, pp. 13-32.

3. Thongkholal Haokip, Kuki Churches Unification Movements, pp. 33-48.

4. Raile Rocky, Issues, Responses, and Consequences: An Analysis of Persistent Imbroglio in Manipur, pp. 49-63.

5. Ngamkhohao Haokip, Politics of Tribe Identity with reference to the Kukis, pp. 64-73.

6. Roluahpuia, India’s Look East Policy: A Global Perspective, pp. 74-85.

Notes

7. Tame Ramya, Health Awareness among the Bangrus of Arunachal Pradesh, pp. 86-93.

8. Aditya Singh, Saradiya Mukherjee, and Rakesh Chandra, Inter-district variation in socio-economic inequalities in maternal healthcare utilisation in rural Assam, 2007-08, pp. 94-103.

9. S. Thianlalmuan Ngaihte, Socio-Economic Status and Nature of Community Elite: A Survey, pp. 103-111.

vol3

Vol. 4, No. 1, July 2014

1. B.P. Sahu and Satish Kumar, National Rural Health Mission in Meghalaya: A Review of Past Performance and Future Directions, pp. 1-12.

2. Khangembam Indira, Social Problems among the Adolescents of Manipur: Role of Parents and Teachers, pp. 13-21.

3. S. Haukhanlian Mate, Economic Growth and Development in Mizoram: A Study of Pre-Independence Era, pp. 22-29.

4. Janet C. Lalhmingpuii, Vijanti Namchoom, The Status and Role of Women in Mizo Society, pp. 30-42.

5. Nganbi Chanu, Ritual Festival for Appeasing Ancestral Gods: A Study of Kanglei Lai-haraoba Festival of Manipur, pp. 43-54.

6. Marchang Reimeingam, Educated Unemployment in Sikkim: An Outcome of Educational Development, pp. 55-66.

7. Chirom Rebika Devi, A Critical Study of Teacher Education Programmes in Manipur, pp. 67-77.

8. Doreshor Khwairakpam, R. Shankar, Mahua Mukherjee, Rural Infrastructure Development through Community based Social Organisation: A Case Study of the Awang Sekmai village in Manipur, pp. 78-88.

Book Review

9. Kekhriesituo Yhome, Across the Chicken Neck: Travel in Northeast India, pp. 89-91.

Vol. 4, No. 2, December 2014

1. Shailaja Sanghamitra Thakur, Mizo Entrepreneurs: Features and Prospects, pp. 1-14.

2. Marchang Reimeingam, Korean Wave and Korean Media Consumption in Manipur, pp. 15-30.

3. Purobi Sharma, Uncoordinated Paradigm of Housing in the Prime City of Northeast India, pp. 31-40.

4. Lalhrilmoi Hrangchal, Revisiting the Boi System of Lushai Hills , pp. 41-54.

5. Shabbeer Ahmed Shaik, Investments in Mining in Meghalaya: Surface and Subsoil Rights, Procedures and Regulatory Framework, pp. 55-68.

6. Mousumi Gogoi, Women Empowerment and Maternal Health Care Utilisation in North-East India, pp. 69-80.

7. Moirangmayum Sanjeev Singh, Relevance of Community Policing in Manipur, pp. 81-89.

8. Lusome Raman, International Migration and Ethnicity: The Case of Nepalis in Northeast India, pp. 90-98.

9. Bhasker Pegu, Political Tension and Violence in Western Assam During India’s 16th Lok Sabha Election, 2014, pp. 99-104.

10. Lhungdim Bulchong Hemkhomang, Role of Chiefs and their Associations in the Electoral Politics of Manipur with Special Reference to Churachandpur District in the 2007 Assembly Election, pp. 105-108.

11. Mohd Shakil Ahmed, Dimensions and Dynamics of Social Structure of the Pangals, pp. 109-113.

12. Pankaj Sharma, Traditional Marriage Customs in Tribal Himachal, NW Himalaya, India, pp. 114-116. 

vol4

Vol. 4, No. 1, July 2014

1. B.P. Sahu and Satish Kumar, National Rural Health Mission in Meghalaya: A Review of Past Performance and Future Directions, pp. 1-12.

2. Khangembam Indira, Social Problems among the Adolescents of Manipur: Role of Parents and Teachers, pp. 13-21.

3. S. Haukhanlian Mate, Economic Growth and Development in Mizoram: A Study of Pre-Independence Era, pp. 22-29.

4. Janet C. Lalhmingpuii, Vijanti Namchoom, The Status and Role of Women in Mizo Society, pp. 30-42.

5. Nganbi Chanu, Ritual Festival for Appeasing Ancestral Gods: A Study of Kanglei Lai-haraoba Festival of Manipur, pp. 43-54.

6. Marchang Reimeingam, Educated Unemployment in Sikkim: An Outcome of Educational Development, pp. 55-66.

7. Chirom Rebika Devi, A Critical Study of Teacher Education Programmes in Manipur, pp. 67-77.

8. Doreshor Khwairakpam, R. Shankar, Mahua Mukherjee, Rural Infrastructure Development through Community based Social Organisation: A Case Study of the Awang Sekmai village in Manipur, pp. 78-88.

Book Review

9. Kekhriesituo Yhome, Across the Chicken Neck: Travel in Northeast India, pp. 89-91.

Vol. 4, No. 2, December 2014

1. Shailaja Sanghamitra Thakur, Mizo Entrepreneurs: Features and Prospects, pp. 1-14.

2. Marchang Reimeingam, Korean Wave and Korean Media Consumption in Manipur, pp. 15-30.

3. Purobi Sharma, Uncoordinated Paradigm of Housing in the Prime City of Northeast India, pp. 31-40.

4. Lalhrilmoi Hrangchal, Revisiting the Boi System of Lushai Hills , pp. 41-54.

5. Shabbeer Ahmed Shaik, Investments in Mining in Meghalaya: Surface and Subsoil Rights, Procedures and Regulatory Framework, pp. 55-68.

6. Mousumi Gogoi, Women Empowerment and Maternal Health Care Utilisation in North-East India, pp. 69-80.

7. Moirangmayum Sanjeev Singh, Relevance of Community Policing in Manipur, pp. 81-89.

8. Lusome Raman, International Migration and Ethnicity: The Case of Nepalis in Northeast India, pp. 90-98.

9. Bhasker Pegu, Political Tension and Violence in Western Assam During India’s 16th Lok Sabha Election, 2014, pp. 99-104.

10. Lhungdim Bulchong Hemkhomang, Role of Chiefs and their Associations in the Electoral Politics of Manipur with Special Reference to Churachandpur District in the 2007 Assembly Election, pp. 105-108.

11. Mohd Shakil Ahmed, Dimensions and Dynamics of Social Structure of the Pangals, pp. 109-113.

12. Pankaj Sharma, Traditional Marriage Customs in Tribal Himachal, NW Himalaya, India, pp. 114-116.

vol5

Vol. 5, No. 1, June 2015

Research Papers

1. Jangkhomang Guite, Remembering Second World War: Memory, Politics and Deception, pp. 1-11.

2. Anindita Sinha, Gender Bias in India’s North-Eastern Region: Its Manifestations, Causes and Consequences, pp. 12-29.

3. M. Romesh Singh, Problems of Insurgency: A Holistic Understanding from Manipur, India, pp. 30-38.

4. H. Thangtungnung, Ethnic History and Identity of the Zo Tribes in North East India, pp. 39-50.

5. Bulchong Lhungdim Hemkhomang, Majoritarian and Realigning Elections in Churachandpur District, Manipur: A Study of Singat Assembly Constituency in from 1972-2007 Assembly Elections, pp. 51-61.

6. Sanghamitra Sarma, Understanding the History of Development of Panchayati Raj in Assam through Assam Legislative Assembly Debates, 1947 – 1960, pp. 62-72.

7. Abhijit Mohanty, A study on implementation status of Forest Right Act, 2006 at the national and state levels and its recommendations, pp. 62-72.

Vol. 5, No. 2, December 2015

Research Papers

1. Marchang Reimeingam, Korean Media: A Catalyst of Acculturation to Korean Culture in Manipur, pp. 1-17.

2. Khumtiya Debbarma, Human Rights and Land Acquisition: A Case Study of North Joynagar Village in Tripura, pp. 18-31.

3. P. Thongkhanthang, Fertility Trends in North-East India, pp. 32-38.

4. Vanlalrema Kuki, Horticulture Based Livelihood in Truipura: A Case Study of Baramura-Deutamura Hill Dwellers, pp. 48-66.

5. Nikita Banati, In Search of Diverse Prospects of Existence in a New Conurbation, pp. 67-81.

Research Notes

6. Abhijit Mohanty, Notes on type of land ownership and indigenous agricultural methods of the Bondo Community, pp. 82-87.

7. Erica Kharsyntiew, Culture: A Barrier to Family Planning in the Khasi Society, pp. 88-92.

Book Review

8. Hoineilhing Sitlhou, Being a tribal man from the North-East: Migration, Morality and Masculinity by Duncan McDuie-Ra, pp. 93-95. © JNEIS

vol6

Vol. 6, No. 1,June 2016

Research Papers

1. Rajendra Prasad Patel, India-Bangladesh Connectivity: Implications for India’s North East Development, pp. 1-20.

2. Jangkhomang Guite, The Enchanted Community: Kaose and Doi (Witchcraft) Among the Kukis of Northeast India, pp. 21-61.

3. D. Mary Kim Haokip, The Role of Oral Tradition with Special Reference to the Thadou-Kuki Society, pp. 62-75.

4. Lalsanglen Haokip, Land and Law in Manipur Circa 1891-1947, pp. 76-87.

Research Note

5. Saikat Sen, Timai Passah, Kitboklang Thubru, Raja Chakraborty. Comparative Evaluation of Nutritive Value of Some Fruits Available in North-East India, pp. 88-94.

Book Reviews

6. Prashant Narang, Mahmood Mamdani, Define and Rule: Native as Political Identity. pp. 95-97.

7. Sangay Tamang, John Thomas, Evangelising the Nation: Religion and the Formation of Naga Political Identity. New Delhi: Routledge, 2016, pp. 98-100.

Vol. 6, No. 2, July-December 2016

Research Papers

1. Kuntala Das, A Social Construction of ‘identity’ among the Indigenous and Immigrants in Assam, pp. 1-14.

2. L. Letkhomang Haokip, Lacking Legitimacy? State, Civil Societies and Trust Crisis in Manipur, pp. 15-24.

3. Seikhogin Haokip, Autonomy Demands in the Hill Areas of Manipur: Issues and Challenges, pp. 28-50.

4. Sangeeta Dasgupta, Status of Development in Meghalaya: An Inter District Analysis, pp. 51-69.

5. Shipra Raj, From Marginalisation to Stereotypes — ‘North East India’ in Indian Media: Evidences from Focus Group Discussions in Manipur, pp. 70-79.

6. Sarup Sinha, North East India: A Region in an Endless Ordeal, pp. 80-87.

Book Reviews

7. Monis Ahmad, Giorgio Agamben, State of Exception, University of Chicago Press, 2005 pp. 88-90.

vol7

Vol. 7, No. 1, June 2017

Editorial

The Legacy of Colonial Governmentality in Nagaland, pp. i-iii.

Research Papers

1. Leon Miller, Increasing Public Value in the Shillong Region of Meghalaya, pp. 1-15.

2. Johny Lalbiaklian, Spreading the Dreaded Virus: Social Dimension of HIV/AIDS in Churachandpur, Manipur, pp. 16-32.

3. Sukla Singha, Wari Leeba: The Declining Storytelling Tradition of the Meiteis of Manipur and Tripura, pp. 33-46.

4. Phrangstone Khongji, Ranking of districts in North East states of India by the use of Standard of Living Index using 2001 and 2011 census, pp. 47-58.

5. M. Kamlianlal Zou, Minorities in Japan and India: A Comparative Study of Ainu and Borok Tribals, pp. .

6. Ningmuanching, Converting the Nagas and Kukis: Missionary Representations, pp. 72-92.

7. Kshetrimayum Rabikan Singh, The Self Perceived Morbidity and its Determinants in North East India,pp. 93-114.

8. Neimenuo Kengurusie, Human Trafficking in North East India: Patterns and Emerging Trends, pp. 115-124.

9. Satya Bhushan & Santosh Kumar, Mathematics Achievement of Class V students: A study of North Eastern States, pp. 125-133.

Book Review

10. Jeemut Pratim Das, James C. Scott The Art of Not Being Governed: An Anarchist History of Upland Southeast Asia, Yale University Press, 2009.pp. 134-138.

Vol. 7, No. 2, December 2017

Editorial

Memories that always return, pp. i-iii.

Research Papers

1. Srijani Bhattacharjee Forest Conservation and Management Practices among the Ahom rulers of Pre-Colonial Assam: An Historical Assessment, pp. 1-17.

2. Nabanita Sharma Role of Women during the Anti-Foreigners’ Agitation in Assam 1979-1985, pp. 18-32.

3. Roli Misra Migration from Agricultural Land in Barpeta to Waste-land in Lucknow: A Struggle for Livelihood, pp. 33-45.

4. Ankita Dutta Role of the State and Traditional Institutions in Identity Formation: A Study of the Namghar in Assam, pp. 46-56.

5. Ruth Nengneilhing Food Culture, Nutritional Status and Health-Care Accessibility of the Kukis of Manipur, pp. 57-83.

6. Mirinchonme Mahongnao, Noklenyangla & Subhash Kumar Natural Resources and Socio-Economic Development in North East India, pp. 84-99.

7. [Book Review] Anup Das Hira Moni Deka, Politics of Identity and the Bodo Movement in Assam. New Delhi: Scholar World, 2014, pp. 100-101.

vol8

Vol. 8, No. 1, June 2018

Research Papers

1. Bankerlang Kharmylliem and Ngamjahao Kipgen, Urban water governance: Examining the role of traditional institutions in Shillong, Meghalaya, pp. 1-21.

2. Moirangthem Monica Devi, Agricultural Practices and the Changing Pattern of Land Holding System from Pre-Colonial to Colonial Manipur, pp. 22-39.

3. Marchang Reimeingam, Migration from North Eastern Region to Bangalore: Evidences from Census Data, pp. 40-56.

4. Farhat Hossain, Effectiveness of Health Workforce and Manpower Deployment in Health Care Institutions in North-East India, pp. 57-73.

5. I. Yaipharemba, Plight of Truck Drivers at NH 37 during Economic Blockade in Manipur: A Grave Concern of Human Security, pp. 74-87.

6. Rajendra Prasad Patel, Extremist Upsurge in Bangladesh Politics, pp. 88-99.

Book Review

7. Ngamtinlun Touthang, Hoineilhing Sitlhou, Deconstructing Colonial Ethnography: An Analysis of Missionary Writings on North East India, New Delhi: Ruby Press, 2017, pp. 100-104.

Vol. 8, No. 2, December 2018

1. Partha Pratim Baruah & Bikash Deka, Shifting Paradigm: Politics of Transition in Karbi Anglong, pp. 1-16.

2. K B VeioPouRemains of the Past: History, Diary, and Collective Memory of the Battle of Kohima, 1944, pp. 17-27.

3. S. Thangboi ZouDistribution of Ethnic Groups in Manipur Hills, pp. 28-43.

4. David Hanneng, The Kukis of Naga Hills: Rethinking Kuki-Naga Relations in Light of Kukis Contribution to the Early Naga Movement, pp. 44-63.

5. Elija Chara, Naga Nationalism’s Dilemma over Meanings, Politics and Religion, pp. 64-82.

6. Abdul Hannan, Farm Size and Agrarian Relations of Small Tea Growers (STGs) in North Bengal, pp. 83-97.

Volume 9

Vol. 9, No. 1, June 2019

Research Papers

1. Jelle J.P. Wouters, Difficult Decolonization: Debates, Divisions, and Deaths Within the Naga Uprising, 1944-1963, pp. 1-28.

2. Rituparna PatgiriMobile Theatre of Assam: A Socio-Historical Perspective, pp. 29-51.

3. Thenkhogin HaokipStatus of Enrolment and Achievement in Higher Education in the Hill Areas of Manipur, pp. 52-63.

4. Benjamin Debbarma, Behavioural Health Risks Associated with Substance Use: Tobacco and Alcohol Consumption among Ethnic Population in Tripura, pp. 64-82.

5. Seilen Haokip, Centennial Year of Kuki Rising, 1917-2017: Reflecting the past hundred years, pp. 84-95.

Vol. 9, No. 2, December 2019

Research Papers

1. Chinmayi Sarma, Forest Ecosystem and Wellbeing: A Tribal Community in Transition, pp. 1-11.

2. Tanima Dey, Making of Bengali Literary Culture in the 18th Century: The Case of Cachar and Tripura, pp. 12-32.

3. Longkumer Ningsangrenla and PSS Rao, Traditional Healing Practices and Perspectives of Mental Health in Nagaland, pp. 33-56.

4. Manjuree Dkhar and PSS Rao, Marketing Indigenous Fruits of Meghalaya: Challenges and Opportunities, pp. 57-82.

Volume 10, No. 1 & 2, 2020

Volume 10, No. 1, 2020

Articles

1. From Burma to Ramgarh The Origins of the Chinese Expeditionary Force Ramgarh Training Center ~ Cao Yin

2. Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Academic Achievement Among High School Students in Nagaland ~ Nouzhienini Peseyie and PSS Rao

3. An Empirical Analysis of Islamic Extremism in North East India ~ Saroj Kumar Rath

4. Issues and Challenges in Fiscal Decentralisation to Rural Local Governments of North-Eastern States in India ~ Kausik K. Bhadra and Panchali Banerjee

Book Review

5. Developmentalism as Strategy: Interrogating Post-colonial Narratives on India’s North East,  Rakhee Bhattacharya (Ed.), Sage Publications, 2019 ~ Reviewed by Yenshembam Chetan Singh

Volume 10, No. 2, 2020

Articles

1. Re-theorizing livelihoods: Impacts of floods and traditional adaptation practices in Majuli, Assam ~ Bikash Chetry

2. Personhood in Naga Culture ~ Kekhrongu-u Dazo

3. Community, Trust and Belonging: Reflections from a Periodic Market in Assam ~ Pratisha Borborah

4. Aquaculture Development in Meghalaya: A Critical Evaluation of MSAM in West Khasi Hills ~ Renuka Paul