Spineless IOC adding to fuel woes in state

UNC sticks to stand, cautions Centre

Govt issues order on DA/DR hike

he state government has officially hiked Dearness Allowance (DA)/Dearness Relief (DR) for its employees and pensioners by 6%.

CIRCA meet gives sanity call to agitators

A day long discussion on ‘ethnic divide: a challenge to the future of indigenes’ held on Monday at Manipur Press Club resolved to reach out to the organisations enforcing economic blockade and counter blockades for ironing out differences through dialogue.

Appoint staff or face OST centre shutdown: Kuki CSOs to Govt

Kuki students and civil society organisations, including Kuki Students’ Organisation (KSO), Saikul Block and Kuki Inpi, Sadar Hills have threatened to shut down the Oral/ Opioid Substitution Therapy (OST) centre opened at the premises of the Public Health Centre

BJP accuses Ningthoukhong A/C MLA of misappropriating fund

BJP on Monday charged Ningthoukhong assembly constituency MLA and commerce & industries minister Konthoujam Govindas of misappropriating local area development fund by submitting fake project reports.

NSCN (K), KYKL, KCP claim hand in Arunachal ambush

The proscribed National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN-Khaplang), Kanglei Yawol Kanna Lup (KYKL) and Kangleipak Communist Party (KCP) have claimed responsibility for the attack on a two-vehicle convoy of Assam Rifles in Arunachal Pradesh on December 3 in which two soldiers were killed and nine others injured


Development projects inaugurated

Three wooden and slave bridges/culverts and barb wire fencing of Kabrastan of Kwakta have been inau-gurated by P Saratchandra, who is preparing to contest the upcoming state assembly election in Moirang assembly constituency

IMC engages workers to clean Sangai fest venue

Imphal Municipal Corporation (IMC) is beautifying the main venue of Sangai Festival this year by cleaning up its surrounding areas in a marked difference from the earlier editions of the 10-day festival.

UNC sticks to stand, cautions Centre

Appoint staff or face OST centre shutdown: Kuki CSOs to Govt

Kuki students and civil society organisations, including Kuki Students’ Organisation (KSO), Saikul Block and Kuki Inpi, Sadar Hills have threatened to shut down the Oral/ Opioid Substitution Therapy (OST) centre opened at the premises of the Public Health Centre

Huining decries thrashing of two village leaders

Villagers of Huining/Faling village have strongly condemned and sought justice in the incident of thrashing of two village leaders by villagers of neighbouring Halang village, after the former prevented an alleged logging theft from apreserved forest and impounded a truckload of illegal firewood from the possession of a Halang resident. Addressing a press conference at UDWJA office on Monday,

Yogeshwar’s bronze upgraded to silver

The Indian Wrestler Won His Bronze At The 2012 Olympics

8 archers earn top spots in inter-school trials

The State Inter-School Trial Selection for archery U-14 & U-17 boys and girls wrapped up on Tuesday with eight archers earning first places in different events.

MSL: SSU and AIM match postponed

The State League match between SSU and AIM scheduled for Tuesday has been postponed due to unplayable conditions of pitch caused by rain. This was informed by AMFA in release on Tuesday ... more>>

Prayers held for Congressman Preshow at IM stronghold

People of Chingai AC on Sunday conducted mass fasting prayer sessions at different Churches and vil-lages to bestow blessing upon Manipur legislative assembly deputy speaker MK Preshow Shimray by the Almighty in the coming state assembly election.

Protest demanding release of UNC leaders continue

Demanding uncondi-tional release of arrested UNC president Gaidon Kamei and information and publicity sec-retary SK Stephen, a sit-in-protest was jointly organised by Monsang Naga tribe civil organizations including Sirti Upa Ruh, Sirti Sanuw Ruh, Sirti Thimjiitam Sourkhe at Chandel DC office junction Monday.

Gender base violence has increased in state, says WAD secy

As part of 16 days of activism against gender base violence campaign which will go on till December 10, Wom-en Action for Development (WAD) organised an aware-ness programme at Prince Club, Waiton on Tuesday.

Anal civil bodies demand release of arrested UNC leaders

A sit-in-protest de-manding the release of UNC president Gaidon Kamei and information secretary SK Ste-phen was organised by Anal civil societies at Chandel DC Lamkhai Tuesday.Large number of people un-der the aegis of Anal civil so-cieties gathered to protest the arrest of Gaidon Kamei and SK Stephen and demanded their immediate and uncondi-tional release.

Nepali JAC clarifies on NPC,Manipur

Vehemently de-nying the existence of Nepali Peace Committee, Manipur (NCP), the Joint Action Com-mittee against the torching of Nepali house at Poudel Basti shed light on non-ex-istence of the NPC Manipur.


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