Agriculture, Veterinary & Animal Husbandry minister V Hangkhanlian Saturday inaugurated a Sub-divisional Agriculture Office (SDAO) and a Sub-Deputy Collector (SDC) Office at Salam Mamang Leikai in Imphal West district.
The district administration of Churachandpur on Tuesday distributed compensation amount of Rs 5 lakh each and appointment orders for government jobs to next to kin of the eight tribals who were killed in agitations against passing of three bills by the state legislative assembly on August 31, 2015.
Maintaining that the statement released by Joint Action Committee Against Anti-Tribal Bills (JAC-AATB), Churachandpur on Thursday was nothing but an attempt to create confusion and misunderstanding among the people, United Committee Manipur (UCM) has clarified that comments by its president on the 6th foundation day of Kanglei Ima Lup (KIL) was simply a general reference to some of the current issues and nothing in particular.
Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) Saturday observed the 53rd death anniversary of India’s first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru at Congress Bhavan here.
Chief Minister N Biren strongly condemned the attack on Manipur Police commandos at Kwatha Lamkhai area along NH-2 in Tengnoupal district, which left four personnel injured.
The JAC against the killing of Nengneikim Haokip @ Shila and Kaikholen Tuboi has served an ultimatum to intensify agitations if state government fails to produce the culprits involved in the twin killing within 48 hours.
Neroca FC are on the cusp of lifting the Second Division League silverware as the first Manipur-outfit to attain the enormous feat.
Altogether 18 boxers made it to the semifinals of the State Level Boxing Championship on Saturday.
India's new vice-captain Chinglensana Singh says he is ready to shoulder the responsibility with the Hockey World League Semifinal next month.
‘NO helmet, no petrol’ campaign being undertaken by the police department, with the traffic control police spearheading the drive, reflects not only apparent lack of awareness among the state masses about road safety and traffic regulations but defiance of the safety norms wilfully, particularly by the youngsters who are seen zipping across the streets on their two-wheelers.
Consent of the Juvenile Justice Board on Wednesday for conducting ossification test on one accused in the infamous Phaknung gang-rape case while holding his five other ‘partners in crime’ as juvenile might not go down well with various civil society organisations which have been demanding that age of all those involved in the beastly act should be determined through the standard existing procedures.
POOR infrastructure for industrial development in Manipur has virtually left tourism among the few viable options to generate invaluable income and improve the state’s economy.