More essential goods to be airlifted

In view of acute shortage of essential commodities, particularly petroleum products and medicines, owing to the indefinite economic blockade imposed along national highways, Central government started air-lifting petroleum products to the state.

Search Ops ahead of R-Day continue

Search operations as part of pre-emptive security measures taken up by Manipur police for the Republic Day celebration continued in different parts of the state

Children’s workshop on Manipuri dance concludes

The one-month long children’s workshop on Manipuri dance conducted by Lianda Folk and Classical Academy, Nagamapal concluded Sunday.

Excise Dept destroys liquor worth `4 lakh

The state excise department has destroyed 86,057 litres of liquors including Indian Made Foreign Liquor, local brew and beer worth Rs 4 lakh, which were seized from different parts of Manipur during drives conducted ahead of the 11th State Assembly Elections.

Local bodies speak up for Chandrakanta

Local bodies of Nambol Sambal Leikai have strongly refuted the allegations levelled by one Bisharup Sharma against Nambol Municipal Council (NMC) member S Chadndrakanta Singh of misusing Rs 3 lakh meant for construction of Nambol Area Development Organisation (NADO) Gym fencing as false and baseless.

Cash flow to normalise soon, says Urjit Patel

Reserve Bank of India Governor Urjit Patel on Friday is learnt to have said that cash flow in the country will normalise soon. Patel, according to sources, told this to the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Parliament while answering queries from the lawmakers on demonetisation and its impact.

Locals decide to retain revenue address

Locals of Langthabal Lep Makha Leikai have decided to retain the revenue address of the village. 

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Court to quiz IOC, CAF&PD officials on stock dearth

Goods Brought In Regularly, Say Security Authorities

Expressing grave concern over continuous shortage of essential commodities, including petroleum products and food grains, despite top officials of security units conveying that goods are being brought in at regular interval, High Court of Manipur has instructed IOC and CAF&PD officials to explain constant decline in the stock position.

2 Congress MLAs, MPCC vice-president resign

In a jolt to the ruling Congress party ahead of assembly elections, two MLAs and MPCC vice-president resigned from the party's primary membership on Monday. 

BJP releases official list of 31 candidates

BJP has finally announced its first official list of candidates for the upcoming state assembly election on Monday.

Political workers target BJP office

Supporters of intending BJP candidates Kh Jivan, Romeo Khundrakpam and Oinam Romeo along with members of Oinam BJP Mandal tried to storm the BJP office at Nityaipat Chuthek to protest against alleged lack of transparency in allotting party tickets.

UG outfits boycott R-Day events

Like in the past, conglomerate of armed outfits - Coordination Committee (CorCom) and its fraternal organisations of Western South East Asia (WESEA) have boycotted celebration of Republic Day in the region.

‘Go Green Campaign’ launched in MU

With an aim to keep the university campus neat and clean and also make it environment friendly, Manipur University vice chancellor Prof Adya Prasad Pandey launched “Go Green Campaign” on Monday.

R-Day full dress rehearsal held

Armed as well as unarmed security personnel were deployed in adequate strength around the capital city on Monday in connection with the full dress rehearsal parade for the 68th Republic Day.

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