The need to change the single story portrayed in the media Monica Ingudam, 13th Dec 2015 Today, I want to share a video of covered by iValley Talks. This video was shared more than 1 year ago way back in July 2014 with only 596 views. In this video, Kishalay Bhattacharjee talks about the danger of a single story from Manipur. Kishalay Bhattacharjee, an author, a senior journalist who has been with broadcast television for twenty years, seventeen of which he […]
I am sharing a documentary movie which covers about AFSPA, protests and situation in Manipur, voices from the common people, family and victims of AFSPA in Manipur. Monica Ingudam, 8th Jan, 2015 When I grew up, before learning any games to play like any other child would, my father taught what we need to do when we hear gun shots, how we need to prostrate, crawl and where we need to go where we will be safe. I grew up in […]
This post is dedicated to all my young student listeners to pursue your education no matter what. There is a time and place for everything and now is your time to study. This article, though edited was featured in the March 2014 issue of “Northeast Today” magazine, page 57. Thanks “Northeast Today” for featuring my thoughts on celebrating womanhood. Monica Ingudam, 8th March, 2014 As we celebrate Woman’s day today, I would like to thank my parents and all the […]
Based on an incident that happened in Bangalore, India. Monica Ingudam, 4th Feb 2014 It was during my engineering college time in a beautiful place call Banashankari. I got close to one of the girls with whom we started sharing our study notes. She was passionate about studies and so was I. We bonded over chapters, notes to getting the perfect final results in labs and had a beautiful friendship. We hung out together and studied together. One weekend we […]
Everyone goes through a phase leaving you completely broken. The reason why you reached that state may be different but the feeling of being broken is the same. You try to be strong on the outside picking yourself up trying to fix yourself going through a multitude of feelings. You go through loosing your self respect, a terrible heartache and a sense of feeling worthless leaving you empty.
Everyone goes through rejections at some point of their life. It may rejections in love, in friendship, in work or any form of human relationships. Whatever form it may be, you will be hurt, really hurt making your heart ache so bad that you will cry. And it’s ok to cry.