Centre puts on hold AR empowerment plan

The Centre has put on hold its decision to give sweeping powers to the Assam Rifles to carry out arrests and search without a warrant in non-AFSPA areas in the Northeast, fearing a backlash.

CM vouches NRC for resolving non-local issues

On the third day of the ongoing 7th session of the 11th Manipur Legislative Assembly, the House unanimously passed five Demands for Grants amounting to Rs 876,11,12,000 on Friday.

Nagas all set for global mass rally at Delhi

Nagas are gearing up for a historic mass rally at New Delhi on Saturday to mount pressure on the Centre for immediate solution to the protracted Naga political issue.

Lasting peace elusive without dialogue: Guv

Though counter-insurgency operations yielded significant results, real and lasting peace in the state could be brought only when government holds dialogues with insurgency groups and bring them to mainstream life with proper rehabilitation.

AMSU mulls egg protest over textbook shortage

Demanding that textbooks for class 1 to 8 prescribed by Board of Secondary Education Manipur (BSEM) be made available in the market within 10 days, AMSU has warned of carrying out rotten egg protest at the offices of education directorate, SCERT, BSEM and education minister in case of failure to honour the demand.

Exam officer suspended, four candidates expelled

A supervising invigilator (SI) has been placed under suspension pending an enquiry over suspected misuse of official duty while four candidates have been expelled on the charge of impersonation on the first day of the High School Leaving Certificate Examination (HSLCE), 2019.

Rs. 1889 crore deficit Budget Estimate 2019-20 tabled

Deputy chief minister Y Joykumar, who also holds the finance portfolio, presented budget estimate for the year 2019-20 amounting to Rs 16,117 crore in the state assembly on Wednesday.

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