Imp-Tupul railway line to be completed by Dec 2019: Gohain

While construction of railway line from Jiribam to Tupul is slated for completion by next year, the railway line from Tupul to imphal will be completed by December 2019, Union minister of state for railways Rajen Gohain has assured.

Rahul to campaign in state on Feb 28

In connection with the upcoming 11th Manipur legislative Assembly elections, All India Congress Committee (AICC) vice president Rahul Gandhi will campaign for the party on February 28.

Paytm starts prepaid recharges online

India’s largest mobile payment and commerce platform, Paytm has partnered with Manipur State Power Distribution Company Limited (MSPDCL) to enable prepaid meter recharge for its consumers across Manipur.

Only BJP can transform Manipur: Sonowal

No political party other than BJP could transform Manipur, stated Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal while urging the public to strengthen the saffron party in the state so that it could usher in changes like the way it had done in Assam during a short period. 

LIPUL imposes restrictions on ‘Thabal Chongba’

Observing that youths in the state are addicted to enjoying themselves by partying, organising feast, concerts and Thabal Chongba while neglecting major issues like economic blockade, ILP issue, Naga Accord etc, League of Indigenous People’s Uplifment (LIPUL), Uripok Khoisnam Leikai has imposed restrictions on organising Thabal Chongba programme ahead of Yaoshang festival.

Ready for tripartite talks with UNC, CM says

Manipur chief minister Okram Ibobi Singh said on Tuesday that he was ready for tripartite talks with the United Naga Council (UNC) to end the crippling three-month-long economic blockade.

‘No sign of development in Thoubal villages’

Despite tall claim of chief minister O Ibobi Singh bringing significant development in Thoubal during the past 15 years, villagers in remote areas of the constituency are yet to see any sign of development till date.

Contact Info :-




CEC commits to free & fair polls

Says 53.3 PC Of Licenced Firearms Deposited

Allaying apprehension that the on-going economic blockade of United Naga Council (UNC) might affect the poll process in Manipur, chief election commissioner (CEC) Dr Nasim Zaidi announced that all arrangements are being made to ensure free and fair elections.

Ambush cannot sway voters: Dy CM

It will be impossible for the BJP to win the ensuing 11th state assembly elections by threatening the public at gunpoint and violating their human rights in cohoots with NSCN-IM, stated deputy chief minister Gaikhangam on Wednesday.

IndiGo to transport life-saving drugs

Budget passenger carrier IndiGo on Tuesday said that it will deliver medical aid, including insulin, vaccines, serum and hormones, on a priority basis to Manipur.

CBI quizzes Th Herojit on Ch Sanjit killing case

Suspended Manipur police head constable Th Herojit of Lamsang, who is the prime accuse in the July 23, 2009 BT road firing case, and Human Rights Alert director Babloo Loitongbam were questioned by sleuths of CBI, Imphal unit on Wednesday as the probe agency formally reopened the case.

Pvt schools in Kpi district to close from today

In what could be termed as ‘Black moment’ for Kangpokpi district, all private educational institutions in the district will be closed indefinitely from Thursday onwards owing to monetary demand from various underground elements.

Goi-IM deal: Students bid to storm Raj Bhawan

Large number of students tried to storm the Raj Bhawan here demanding that the Governor of Manipur exert pressure upon the Centre to disclose details of the Framework Agreement signed between Government of India and NSCN-IM.

MHA official assures Court to speed up NH-37 works

Presenting a brief account on deployment of central forces to sanitise the two national highways during the on-going economic blockade, Joint Secretary (North East) of Ministry of Home Affairs- Satyendra Garg, represented by the Additional Solicitor General (ASG) of India, submitted a compliance report before a full bench of High Court of Manipur on Wednesday.

CSOs to record pledge by poll candidates on framework

Candidates of all political parties, who are contesting the upcoming assembly elections, will have to publicly declare their stand on the framework agreement signed between the Centre and the NSCN-IM in August 2015, Committee on Civil Societies Kangleipak (CCSK) general secretary Jitendra Ningomba has stated.

© 2016 - 2017 The People's Chronicle. All rights reserved.