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  • proper n. A tribal people from northern India

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Examples

  • The Hmar indigenous population of North East India fears that: if the government plows ahead with its proposed dam “thousands of outsiders” will come to settle in the area and as a result the Hmars will be exposed to changes like never before to new culture, economy and politics.

    Global Voices in English » Bangladesh, India: No To Tipaimukh Dam

  • A member of the Hmar tribe from the mountainous northeastern state of Manipur started a group called SinlengNews to connect both the local tribe as well as Hmar migrants living in other parts of the country.

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  • The children are calmer after we play card games… I taught them how to play Hmar, or Donkey, and Tmanieh Majnouneh Crazy Eight… they were so happy playing that during an interview with Radio Islam of South Africa, they kept yelling at the interviewer to let me go… "yalla, yalla, yalla!"

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  • Gh, 'Ayn, that hard H as in Hmar, Qaf, all those letters are no problem for me.

    Improving My Arabic

  • Hmar netted in the 55th minute and Lokeswar Singh struck in the 58th and 61st minute.

    Zee News : India National

  • Saron, which is in Mahur, a small hill station in North Cachar Hills district, was attacked by suspected militants of the Dima Halam Daogah (DHD), an extremist group of the Dimasas - a major tribe in the region - during ethnic clashes between the Hmar and Dimasas tribes.

    NewsBlaze.com Current News - Top Stories

  • In June, they came with sophisticated arms and ammunition and attacked Jeheron, one of the Hmar villages.

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  • Sources said that the Hmar youths had a meeting with the villagers in

    Shadow Warrior

  • At least seven to eight Hmar youths were frequently visiting Bhuvan

    Shadow Warrior

  • Khongnang Ani Karak (Manipur), Dec. 3: Hmar tribes of Manipur celebrated their community's colourful harvest festival, Hmar Sikpui Ruoi recently with much fanfare.

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