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The decimation of grand old party

IFP Bureau10 Mar 2022

IFP Editorial: With the exodus of many senior leaders just before the elections, the once formidable state Congress seems to be acting like a drowning man grabbing at straws in a bid to survive as a viable political entity in the state.

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D-Day is happening

IFP Bureau9 Mar 2022

IFP Editorial: The Manipur election 2022 results will decide the fate of 265 candidates, who contested in the 60 assembly constituencies in 16 districts of the state, which was conducted in two phases on February 28 and March 5 and two repolls that was conducted on March 5 and March 8.

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No festival at all

IFP Bureau27 Feb 2022

IFP Editorial: Elections are about sloganeering and empty promises meant to trap gullible voters, violence resulting in even deaths, squandering of black money to buy votes and vociferous supporters of candidates getting hurt and enmities earned even within family members.


FOB Chandel organises ICOP on SVEEP

IFP Bureau28 Feb 2022

The programme organised in coordination with SVEEP, Chandel District Administration was held at P Pantha 41/1 Chandel polling station which consisted of three villages - Purum Pantha, Keithelmanbi and Chothe Khunou in Chandel Block.

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Splashing Free Unfair Elections

Sanjenbam Jugeshwor Singh27 Feb 2022

The Constitution of India promises free and fair election to the citizens of the country and empowers the Election Commission to superintend, control and direct the election in India, but ensuring free and fair election will be an impossible task

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