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Police controls mob out to set ablaze IFC minister’s residence

KANGPOKPI, August 31: Agitating against the passing of the Protection of Manipur Peoples Bill, 2015, the Manipur Land Revenue & land Reforms (Seventh Amendment) Bill, 2015 and the Manipur Shop & Establishment (Second Amendment) Bill, 2015, an angry mob th.....

Bandh affects normal life in hill districts

KANGPOKPI, August 31: The 12 hour total bandh in all hill districts of the State imposed by Kuki Students’ Organization, All Naga Students’ Association Manipur and both ATSUM group totally paralysed Senapati district and Sadar Hills today. The joint trib.....

Tribal student bodies call 12-hr bandh from 6 am today

KANGPOKPI, August 30: Several tribal student organizations namely the Kuki Students’ Organization (GHQ); All Naga Students’ Association Manipur (ANSAM) and both the ATSUM groups have jointly called a 12 hour bandh in all the hill districts of the State wi.....

Country liquor worth Rs 70,000 destroyed in Chandel

CHANDEL, Aug 30: Members of Unified Sporting Association (UNISA) led by its president L Lordhring destroyed country liquor worth Rs 70,000 in Chandel district headquarters today. The liquor which was seized from a woman at around 7 am was disposed before.....

Chandel JAC appeals for restoration of blown transformer

CHANDEL, August 30: After normal supply of power in about seven villages of Chandel district headquarters came to a grinding halt for almost 20 days due to damage of transformer near Chandel SDO Office, the newly formed JAC on Electricity Consumers Welfar.....

KSO and ANSAM disapprove GoM and JCILPS agreement

KANGPOKPI, August 29: The Kuki Students’ Organization GHQ (KSO-GHQ) and All Naga Students’ Association Manipur (ANSAM) have expressed refusal to accept the agreement between the State government and leaders of JCILPS on the Protection of Manipur People Bi.....

Moreh Relief Committee thanks

MOREH, Aug 28: Moreh Relief Committee has extended gratitude to several individuals who donated financial assistance today for the victims who have been affected by August 18 incident that took place between two communities. The individuals are M Sarat S.....

Lack of bridge deprives students of going school; Body appeals

Chandel, Aug 27: Anal Students’ Union Chakpikarong branch has appeal for construction of a suitable bridge in place of the RCC bridge, which collapsed in the heart of Chakpikarong Bazar, that would join the two sides of the town which in turn would helped.....

Gaikhangam’s remark on Moreh incident draws flak

MOREH, August 26: While welcoming a declaration made by deputy Chief Minister Gaikhangam who also holds the portfolio of Home yesterday that two or three security company will be deployed at Moreh considering the August 18 incident, Kha Nongpok Apunba Nup.....

Financial help for Moreh victims pours in

MOREH, Aug 26: Financial assistance from the public and civil society organizations for the victims of Moreh incident that occurred between two communities on August 18 has been pouring in with many donating their desired amount today also. Those who ext.....

Manipulation slurs on Social Welfare Department

KANGPOKPI, August 26: The Kuki Students’ Organization and Thadou Students’ Association of Sadar Hills today jointly expressed strong discontentment on the Social Welfare Department for their alleged manipulation of Wheat Based Nutrition Programme in the d.....

Extend existing ILPS in State: ATSUM tells government

KANGPOKPI, August 25: Deeply concerning the grave tension prevailing in the state the All Tribal Students’ Union Manipur (ATSUM) today rendered two chains of commands to Chief Minister O. Ibobi Singh in an open memorandum in order to effectively address t.....

Airtel contractual worker electrocuted

KANGPOKPI, August 25: In a bizarre power accident yesterday one Airtel contract worker has been reportedly electrocuted by the main power line at Changoubung village under Kangpokpi Police Station at around 4:50 pm. The deceased have been identified as S.....

Damaged bridge blocking traffic along Tipaimukh Road

By Alex Guite LAMKA, August 25: A team of Churachandpur based media persons accompanied representatives of the Tipaimukh Road Area Transport Development Association to inspect a damaged bailey bridge along the Tipaimukh Road at Sabual Village in Churach.....

ADC Churachandpur interacts with AR

By Alex Guite LAMKA, August 24: Autonomous District Council, Churachandpur members participated in an interaction programme with the 27 sector Assam Rifles organised by the AR at HQ Veng today. The meeting was presided by ADC chairman Langkhanpau Guite .....

Formation of Chandel ADC urged

CHANDEL, Aug 23: Committee for the formation of ADC Chandel has urged the authority concerned for formation of the Chandel ADC at the earliest, the committee spokesman K Wangshol told media today. Wangshol lambasted the government for delaying the format.....

KSO charges media of biasness on Moreh incident reporting

KANGPOKPI, August 21: Elucidating on the factor responsible in the violent confrontation that broke out in Moreh on August 18, the Kuki Students’ Organization, General Headquarter, the apex student body of the Kukis has strongly alleged biased reporting b.....

Moreh women based organisations unhappy with AR conduct

MOREH, Aug 22: Two women based organisations of Moreh Nupi Khunai Chaokhat Lamjing Lup Moreh and the Kha Nongpok Apunba Nupi Lup Moreh have issued a joint statement stating that even as the public is still disgruntled by the silence of the 11 Assam Rifles.....

YPA Munhoih celebrates rising day

LAMKA, Aug 21: The Young Paite Association (YPA) V Munhoih celebrated its first rising day today at the temporary Office set up at the residence of one L Mangoulian of V Munhoih Village. The function was attended as chief guest by EM of ADC Churachandpur.....

Sadar Hills CSOs warns on low rate tender of 272-287 Km. sanction work

KANGPOKPI, Aug.22: Civil Society Organizations of Sadar Hills including Kuki Inpi Sadar Hills, KSO Sadar Hills, TSA Sadar Hills and KWU Sadar Hills today tenaciously warned on below scheduled rate tenderers in the ongoing sanction work tender of 272-287 K.....

Another UG cadre killed in CCpur

LAMKA, August 21: Barely 24 hours after a UG cadre was found shot dead reportedly claimed by the KNA (I), another UG cadre identified as Doungam, 40, son of (L) Tonglet Mate was also allegedly killed last night by another UG group near Patlian Village whi.....

Moreh appeals against spreading rumours

MOREH, Aug 20: Civil organisations based in Moreh have appealed to all against spreading rumours regarding the situation in the border town. Speaking to media persons, Mangminlean Singson general secretary Hill Tribal Council Moreh, Thoiba Ningthoucha jo.....

Militant cadre found dead

LAMKA, Aug 20: An alleged member of a Kuki militant group identified as Seiminthang Haokip, 29, husband of Lhingkhohat was found dead from the Tuilehluan area of the side today. Seimingthang’s body was a found with a bullet hole on the left side of his f.....

Tricolour hoisted upside down; cop suspended

KANGPOKPI, August 17: A police official of Kangpokpi has been placed under suspension today after the addl DC Sadar Hills unfurled the national flag upside down during the August 15 celebration of India’s 69th Independence Day at Brig. Thomas ground, Kang.....

Lone female MDC, Ccpur takes office

Lamka, Aug 17: The lone female MDC of ADCC for the second term running Grace Zamnu today took her office at the ADCC building at Tuibuang with a ribbon cutting ceremony by chairman of Zomi Council LB Sona in the presence of the ADCC chairman Langkhanpau .....

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82.75 percent voters turnout in State LS poll

Chief Electoral Officer of Manipur PK Singh speaks during press conference

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Nimaichand Luwang apologizes for reaction on Manung Hutna

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De-recognise CPI for violation of MCC: Rajen

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CPI, Congress demand fresh poll in more than 25 polling stations

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CM secretariat refutes allegations of skipping queue

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