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Dr Ingudam Yaipharemba Singh

Designation: Assistant Professor

Specialization: Defence and Strategic Studies

Contact: +91 8416094209

Email: yaipha2009 [AT] gmail.com

PhD (Panjab University)

Department: Department of National Security Studies

Research Areas: Conflict Resolution, Politics of Ethnic Conflict, Non Traditional Security Paradigms, Borderland Politics of Northeast India.

Academic Responsibilities:

  1. Member, Board of the Post Graduate Studies of the Department of Law, Manipur University (w.e.f. 7th July 2020).

Details of Achievements:

Fellowship

1. UGC NET-JRF, June 2011(Defence and Strategic Studies)

PUBLICATIONS

Book

1. Ingudam Yaipharemba. (2020). The South China Sea Disputes & Opportunities for India. New Delhi: Eastern Book Corporation. (ISBN: 978-81-85077-06-2)

Journal Papers

1. Ingudam Yaipharemba Singh. (January 2021). The New Surge in Poppy Cultivation in the Borderlands of Manipur. The Calcutta Journal of Global Affairs. Volume 5. Issue 1. pp 85-111. (ISSN 2582-2241)

2. Ingudam Yaipharemba. (October-December 2019). Human Trafficking at Moreh Corridor: Route to Chaos. Dialogue Quarterly. Volume-2. No. 2. pp 145-151. (ISSN 0973-0095)

3. Ingudam Yaipharemba. (2018). Act East Policy with Vietnam: Reaping benefits. Journal of Politics. Volume XVIII. pp149-163. (ISSN 2277-5617)

4. Ingudam Yaipharemba. (Summer 2018). Arambai: A special weapon that crafted ancient Manipuri warcraft. Man and Society. Volume XV. pp181-190. RNI No.MEGENG/2004/19658. (ISSN 2229-4058)

5. Ingudam Yaipharemba. (January-June 2018). Plight of Truck Drivers at NH 37 during Economic Blockade in Manipur: A Grave concern of Human Security. Journal of North East India Studies. Volume 8, No. 1. pp74- 87. (ISSN 2278-1455 Print / ISSN 2277-6869 Online)

6. Ingudam Yaipharemba. (June 2018). Stateless Rohingyas: Force migration and many more. World Focus. Volume XXXIX, No.6. pp 119-124. (ISSN 2230-8458). U.S. Library of Congress No. 8091035.

7. Ingudam Yaipharemba. (April 2018). Catch-22 in the South China Sea: A Theatre of Power Game. World Focus. Volume XXXIX, No.4. pp 101-108. (ISSN 2230-8458). U.S. Library of Congress No. 8091035.

8. Ingudam Yaipharemba. (November 2017). Loktak Floating Elementary School: A beacon of hope for school dropouts of Champu Khangpok floating village. Journal of Indian Education. Volume XLIII, No.3. pp 38-48. (ISSN 0377-0435 Print / ISSN 0972-5628 Online)

9. Ingudam Yaipharemba. (April-June 2015). Media: Critical Responsibilities and Ethical Implications. NE Scholar, Volume 01, Issue 03. pp 24-27. (ISSN 2350-0336)

10. Ingudam Yaipharemba. (2014). South China Sea: The maritime dimension of India’s Look East Policy. Research Journal Social Sciences. Volume 22, No. 1. pp 64-79. (ISSN 0251-348X)

Book Chapters

1. Ingudam Yaipharemba Singh. (2020). Human Security amid COVID-19: Chain of events in Northeast. In Haobijam Vokendro & Milonjyoti Borgohain. (Eds.), Contemporary Issues and Insights of the Anthropology of Northeast India. (pp 245-251). Delhi: Kalpaz Publications. (ISBN: 978-9353242947)

2. Ingudam Yaipharemba. (2020). Victim of Conflict: Rohingya Women’s Cry. In Amit Bhowmick & Elias Olukorede Wahab. (Eds.), Sociology of Women’s World. (pp 371-388). New Delhi: Mittal Publications. (ISBN: 978-8183249621)

3. Ingudam Yaipharemba. (2019). Socio-political aspects of border fencing in Moreh Subdivision. In Md. Rakibul Islam Eeshan Ali. (Eds.), Diaspora Poetics in South Asian English Writings. (pp 58-71). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (ISBN: 978-1-5275-3810-8)

4. Ingudam Yaipharemba. Co-authored with Pahi Saikia, Associate Professor (Political Science), Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati. (2019). State-territoriality, Circulation of Socio-Cultural Relations and Resistance in India-Myanmar Borderlands. In Pahi Saikia & Anasua Basu Ray Chaudhury. (Eds.), India- Myanmar Borderlands: Ethnicity, Security and Connectivity. (pp 21-43). India: Routledge. (ISBN: 978-0-367-36483-0)

5. Ingudam Yaipharemba. (2019). Financial self-reliant Through Agricultural Participation: Case of Women Empowerment at Toubul village. In Partha Pratim Sengupta & Sarmistha Bhattacharya & Nidhi Arora. (Eds.). Women Empowerment and Development- Issues and Challenges. (pp.155-171). Australia: Central West Publishing. (ISBN Print: 978-1-925823-43-1)

6. Ingudam Yaipharemba. (2016). 2015 Flood in Thoubal District of Manipur: A study of Heirok, Wangjing, Sangaiyumpham and Tentha village of Thoubal Sub division. In Vinod Kumar & Muraree Lal Meena. (Eds.). Environmental Crises and Sustainability: A Response. (pp. 23-34). New Delhi: Ansh Book International. (ISBN 978-81-929327-5-0) 

Articles in Magazine

1. Ingudam Yaipharemba. (2018, August 15). Paper Tiger or White Elephant: Nuclear weapons still thrive. Café Dissensus. Nuclear Deterrence: An Instrument of World Peace or Instability, Issue 46. (ISSN 2373-177X)

2. I. Yaipharemba. (2018, April 12). Refugees as threat: Northeast in the middle. The Northeast Today.

Articles in English Dailies

1. Ingudam Yaipharemba. (2017, December 27). A Costly Peace Deal. p 6. The Sangai Express.

2. Ingudam Yaipharemba. (2017, October 31). Not just the Gateway. p 6. The Sangai Express.

3. Ingudam Yaipharemba. (2017, July 4). 181, Cyber Crime Police Station; How about Zero FIR?. p 6. The Sangai Express.