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Let us bury the hatchet

By RK Rishikesh Sinha, New Delhi

Let us bury the hatchet. Let us not bring online world to our offline real world. We all are good people, simplicity is in our blood. We are not complex, we can’t think complex things. We hate complexity. 

That is why; the small minority community called the Bishnupriya Manipuri people are being loved by the whole world. Whether it is in India or in Bangladesh, every individual know how we are being welcomed by everyone. We don’t need proof to this fact. 

No doubt, we have differences. And we have to accept this. One can’t be autocratic; we live in a democratic world. And the online world is the best example of democracy. This blog is democratic. Everything is visible. Nothing remains hided here. 

Past few days when we all were commenting and I wrote flurry of articles with photos, something we have missed: the programme was hijacked by other community. I mean the mainstream media didn’t highlight our programme but their contribution. 

Here, as a mark of record that such and such programme was held at New Delhi on 18 January 2009. I am embedding the programme schedule. 








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  1. Rishikesh!again u have scored the full mark in taking initiative in shaking hands with ur rival group.I have gone through the printed program,and it is clearly mentioned the name of the item, performed by our BM was Raas dance;but what had been shown could be ascertained by audience only,who knew the type of dance.I do hope the 'Trimurti'will accept ur offer.

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