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Meghalaya, Nagaland, Tripura to vote next month

New Delhi| Jan 18 (Agencies) : Elections in Tripura will be held on February 18, while Meghalaya and Nagaland will vote on the February 27, the Election Commission has announced. Results for the all three states will be declared on March 3. Meghalaya, .....

Change negative image of Power Dept: Assam CM to engineers

GUWAHATI | Jan 1 : Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal yesterday ceremonially distributed appointed letters to newly recruited assistant engineers and junior engineers of APDCL, AEGCL and APGCL at a programme held at the Srimanta Sankaradeva Kalakshet.....

Jiribam DLOs meeting discusses district upliftment

JIRIBAM | Apr 20 (JNN) A meeting for all departmental head was held today at the conference hall of Deputy Commissioner office, Jiribam district to discuss about the shortage of various departments. The meeting of all district level officers (DLOs) of J.....

Tribal JAC wants Centre’s involvement in talks

Newmai News Network IMPHAL |Apr18 The Joint Action Committee against Anti Tribal Bills (JAC-AATB) said today that unless the Central government gets involved in the talks the pending issue cannot be resolved. JAC-AATB’s convener, Mangchinkhup stated to.....

NSCN (IM) cease fire review meeting held

Newmai News Network DIMAPUR |Apr 18 A meeting of Cease-fire Review Committee between National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN-IM) and Government of India was held yesterday in New Delhi. According to the ministry of Information and Publicity (MIP), .....

Jiribam police recovers stolen vehicle

Jiri News Network JIRIBAM | Apr 18 Under the supervision of SP, Jiribam district, Hopson Sapam, a team of Jiribam police recovered a stolen TATA Sumo gold of maroon colour bearing registration No AS10C-6465. The vehicle was recovered from residence of.....

Jiri Treaty 1833 remembered

Jiri News Network JIRIBAM | Apr 18 The Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA), Jiribam District Council in collaboration with Jiribam Women Association of Kangleipak (JIMWAK) observed Jiri Treaty, 1833 today at Jiribam Town hall. The observation was at.....

Jiribam AMSU observes 37th Realisation Day

JIRIBAM | Apr 17 (JNN) The All Manipur Students' Union (AMSU), district committee, Jiribam observed the 37th Realisation Day (Meekap Thokpa) at the office hall of AMSU, Jiribam today commemorating the 1980 uprising of students and the public against the .....

NACAM completes 11 years in Cambodia

Newmai News Network IMPHAL | Apr 17 Nagas in Cambodia (NACAM) is 11 years old this April. As part of celebrating the 11th anniversary, members of NACAM organised a 3-day programme at Kirirom Mountain Resort, Cambodia from April 14 to 16. A press note m.....

MANEI core committee meeting

Jiri News Network JIRIBAM | April 17 A core committee meeting of Manipuri Association North East India (MANEI) was held today at the residence of the president of MANEI, Ngariyanbam Modhuchandra. The meeting kicked off with inaugural speech by vice pre.....

1st People’s Day observed at Jiribam

JIRIBAM | Apr 16 (JNN) The Jiribam police station observed the first People’s Day at the Jiribam police station today after the recent declaration of Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh about the observation of People’s Day. The observance function was.....

JAC against ‘anti-tribal’ bill to campaign in Delhi

Newmai News Network IMPHAL |Apr 12 The JAC against Anti-Tribal Bills (JAC-AATB) has decided to send its representatives to New Delhi at the earliest to campaign the tribal people’s cause. The JAC also took a decision to observe the 600th Day of the move.....

No breakthrough with tribal JAC

Govt non-committal on fresh demands put up by JAC Newmai News Network IMPHAL | Apr 10 The second round of talks between Joint Action Committee against Anti-Tribal Bills (JAC-AATB) and the state government here ended without any apparent breakthrough wi.....

ANSAM against deployment of SF on highways

Newmai News Network SENAPATI | Apr 6 The decision of the state government to raise Indian Reserve Battalions (IRB) along the national highways in ‘Naga areas’ has attracted strong reaction from the All Naga Students Association, Manipur. Terming it as .....

Storm damages over 100 houses in Mizoram

Newmai News Network AIZAWL |Apr 4 At least 100 houses were damaged by hailstorm in Chiahpui village under Ngopa RD block in Champhai district of Mizoram on Sunday evening, a delayed report said. Sources said that among the 100 houses 40 of them were co.....

‘Indo-Naga talks on verge of conclusion’

Newmai News Network DIMAPUR | Apr 1 The NSCN (IM) claimed today that the Indo-Naga political talks is on the verge of conclusion, so the outfit appealed to all the Naga people to be “cautious in words and actions” which could be detrimental and give neg.....

Lightning kills one

JIRIBAM | Mar 30 One person was killed by lightning strike at Jakuradhor Part-I under Borobekra Sub-Division of Jiribam District. The incident occurred at around 11 a.m. today nearby mobile tower of the location, when the person was going to attend his w.....

RTI activist inspects MDC head quarter

Jiri News Network GUWAHATI | Mar 30 The office records of the Manipuri Development Council (MDC), Government of Assam was inspected today by the RTI applicant Okram Prasanta Singha. The inspection was conducted in presence of Gobin Ch Mill, joint direc.....

AMSU against exam unfair means

Jiri News Network JIRIBAM | Mar 25 AMSU, district committee, Jiribam did a surprise inspection inside the examination centre of Jiribam Higher Secondary School today, during the examination conducted by BOSEM and COHSEM. Y Sanjiv Singh, president of AM.....

Yeningtha Kumhei by MSSLC

SILCHAR | Mar 23 Manipur State Sumang Lila Council (MSSLC) in collaboration with the National Theatre Centre, Assam and Paona Club, Rongpur organised a Sumang Lila festival 'Yeningtha gi Kumhei' on March 21 at Rongpur Mayai Leikai, Silchar. Theatre troo.....

Nagas and India will share power, coexist: Muivah

Newmai News Network DIMAPUR | Mar 21 Naga leaders strongly voiced for the Naga unity and reconciliation today. They said without unity and reconciliation the Naga movement will move backward instead of progressing forward. Celebrating the 38th Naga Rep.....

UTLA terminates

JIRIBAM | Mar 17 (JNN) The general secretary of United Tribal Liberation Army (UTLA) T Robert Singson said in a press statement, “As per the cabinet decision of United Tribal Liberation Army (UTLA) of March 14 under ind rule number Ox 6, section 'B'(i) d.....

‘Jiribam peaceful under Debendra’

Jiri News Network JIRIBAM | Feb 20 Ahead of the 11th Manipur legislative assembly election, a flag hosting ceremony along with public meeting was held today at the residence of Thoudam Debendra Singh who is the candidate of Indian National Congress (IN.....

‘Disclose framework agreement’

Newmai News Network IMPHAL | Feb 16 The All Manipur Students’ Union (AMSU) continued its campaign demanding disclosure of the details of the ‘Framework Agreement’ signed between the NSCN-IM and the government of India on August 3, 2015. The campaign un.....

3 nominations filed in Jiribam

JIRIBAM | Feb 16 (JNN) Today on the last date of nomination for the second phase of Manipur Legislative Assembly election, 2017, three candidates have submitted their nomination papers to the returning officer of Jiribam constituency at the Deputy Commis.....

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Manipur is for all, it belongs to no particular community: Suresh Babu

IMPHAL | Oct 15 “The state of Manipur is for all and the ancestral land belongs to no particular community; the misunderstanding between the communities and state government that may affect people’s sentiments will also be solved soon.” Chief secret.....

16-Oct-2019 / A Staff Reporter

Acute shortage of ART drugs resurfaces in State

Acute shortage of ART drugs resurfaces in State

PLHIVs feel ignored by MACS, govt By Donald Sairem IMPHAL | Oct 15 Even though Manipur is among the states with highest HIV/AIDS prevalence, the state is yet again facing acute shortage of Antiretroviral (ARV) drugs to be provided to People Liv.....

16-Oct-2019 / A Staff Reporter

Refrain from making provocative statements on ‘Anglo-Kuki War’, appeals UNC

IMPHAL | Oct 15 The United Naga Council (UNC) appealed to the Kuki ‘brethren’ to restrain from making provocative statement and activities in commemorating the centenary of the ‘Anglo-Kuki War 1917-19’ which is to be organised by Kuki Inpi Manipur. .....

Total shut down paralyses normal life

IMPHAL| Oct 15 The 12-hour general strike imposed today by Coordination Committee (CorCom) and Alliance for Socialist Unity - Kangleipak (ASUK) severely affected normal life in Manipur valley with all activities coming to a standstill. The total sh.....

16-Oct-2019 / A Staff Reporter

Roadside fuel businesses run low due to fewer bandhs

Roadside fuel businesses run low due to fewer bandhs

By Lelen Vaiphei IMPHAL | Oct 15 Bandhs and strikes in the state paralyse daily activities of the state. Every individual ceases their daily work in support of the bandh or either to avoid any untoward incidents, but it is a common scene to witness .....

16-Oct-2019 / A Staff Reporter

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