State observes 19th Dark Day

Commemorating the day when Manipur lost its freedom to the British colonial force on April 27, 1891, International Peace and Social Advancement (IPSA) observed the 19th Dark Day (Amamba Numit) at GM Hall, Thursday.

‘Still loyal to Congress despite CM Biren being my father-in-law’

Maintaining that all Congress MLAs should not lose heart over the inability of the party to form the government, Congress MLA of Sagolband AC RK Imo appealed to all his party colleagues to stick to the party and remain united.

WESEA cannot be converted into battle-ground: RPF

In the wake simmering tension between India and China over the past few weeks particularly after spiritual leader Dalai Lama’s Arunachal visit, the proscribed Revolutionary People’s Front (RPF) has asked India not to convert WESEA region into a battle-ground.

Safeguards for indigenous people assured

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday assured a delegation of the All Assam Students' Union (AASU) that the spirit of the Assam Accord would not be allowed to get diluted at any cost and the government is committed to provide Constitutional and economic safeguards to the indigenous people of the state.

MLA Joykisan dares BJP to accomplish task which Cong failed to execute

BJP which had criticised former Congress government of not being able to perform any commendable work during its rule should now perform all works which Congress had failed to do since BJP is now ruling both at the centre and the state, Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee president and MLA of Thangmeiband AC Th Joykisan has exclaimed.

PREPAK remembers Patsoi firing incident

Recalling the April 26, 1980 firing incident at Patsoi Langing Khunou wherein CRPF personnel killed four innocent people, which the proscribed People's Revolutionary Party of Kangleipak (PREPAK) has been observing as Indian Colonialism Resist Day, a PREPAK statement issued by its secretary in-charge of publicity and propaganda Leibakngakpa Luwang said such inhumane activities of Indian security forces spur rebel movement in the region.

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Sindhu wins, Saina loses in Asia C'ships

India's Ajay Jayaram caused an upset, while P.V. Sindhu had an easy start, though Saina Nehwal, H.S. Prannoy and the doubles pairs exited the Badminton Asia Championships on the opening day here on Wednesday.


Subrata Paul suspended for dope taint, will go for 'B' sample test

Acclaimed Indian goalkeeper Subrata Paul was on Tuesday provisionally suspended after failing a dope test but has vowed to prove himself innocent by going for the confirmatory 'B' sample test.


Hopes on Sindhu, Saina in Badminton Asia Championships

All eyes will be on women's singles specialists P.V. Sindhu and Saina Nehwal as they carry India's hopes in the Badminton Asia Championships, starting here at the Wuhan Sports Center Gymnasium on Wednesday.


Pandey, Pathan guide KKR to 4-wkt win vs Delhi

Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) rode on a brilliant batting effort from Manish Pandey and Yusuf Pathan to beat Delhi Daredevils by four wickets in a thrilling Indian Premier League (IPL) 2017 match at the Feroz Shah Kotla here on Monday.


Morgan resigns as East Bengal coach; Colaco may take over

East Bengal head coach Trevor Morgan on Monday resigned from his post following the club's debacle in the ongoing I-League, where they crashed out of the title race after suffering four consecutive defeats.


EPL: Tottenham rout Bournemouth 4-0

Tottenham Hotspur's tenacious chase of leaders Chelsea continued as they claimed a 12th consecutive Premier League home win with a 4-0 rout of Bour-nemouth on Saturday to cut the gap to four points.


I-League: Spirited Lajong hold Bagan

Shillong Lajong FC held Mohun Bagan to a 1-1 draw in a fiercely contested I-League encounter here on Wednesday afternoon. Bagan drew first blood in the 75th minute when Jeje Lalpekhlua found the back of the net with a chip shot to score his fifth goal of this edition of the I-League.


India beat HK 2-0 in Asian Cup Qualifiers

After three defeats, the Indian women's football team notched up a consola-tion win as they beat Hong Kong 2-0 in their final group match of the AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers on Tuesday.


India win women's HWL Round 2

India defeat-ed Chile in the shoot-out in a pulsating contest to win the Women's Hockey World League Round 2 and qualify for the World League Semi-final.


Raina's half-century helps Gujarat post 183/4 against Kolkata Riders

Skipper Suresh Raina led from the front with a half century while Dinesh Karthik added the fireworks later on as Gujarat Lions posted 183/4 in 20 overs in their opening Indian Premier League (IPL) match against Kolkata Knight Riders here on Friday.


Sindhu enters final, sets up title date with Marin

India's Olympic silver medallist P.V. Sindhu overcame South Korean second seed Sung ji Hyun on Saturday to set up a pulsating title showdown against Spanish top seed Carolina Marin in the India Open World Superseries badminton championships here.


Do-or-die for India, Aus in series decider

With the pic-turesque Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium (HPCA) geared up to host its first ever Test and the four-match series between India and Australia locked at 1-1, a lot will be at stake when the two top-ranked sides face each other in the decider, starting here from Saturday.


Poknapham-People’s Chronicle win two team titles in AMWJU Sports Meet

Poknapham-People’s Chronicle took both volley-ball and cricket titles in the 7th AMWJU Sports Meet that concluded on Thursday.In the final of the vol-leyball tournament, Pok-napham-People’s Chronicle outplayed ISTV in straight sets (15-13, 15-5), while the cricket team of the former also shone in their title clash against ISTV’s team by five wickets.


Champ, Model Club prevail in T20 Trophy

Champ and Model Club both prevailed over their opponents in contrasting styles in Friday matches of the T20 Luwangpokpa Trophy.



India beat Aussies by 75 runs, level series

Star off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin led with a six-wicket haul as In-dia defeated Australia by 75 runs with a day to spare in the second cricket Test at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Tuesday.


Model, YWC-L upstage opponents in MCA T20 Luwangpokpa Trophy

Both Model Club and YWC (L) had an easy day in Tuesday’s fixtures of the MCA T20 Luwangpokpa Trophy.Model Club started the day with a five-wicket win over YWC (P) in their Group C league match.YWC, who chose to bat first, made the innings un-productive for themselves with some wasteful batting.


AFC Cup: Mohun Bagan reach group stage

Jeje Lalpekhlua fired a brace to propel city football giants Mohun Bagan to the AFC Cup group stage with an emphatic 4-1 win over Maldives' Club Valencia in the second leg of their South Zone play-off here on Monday.


Khurai, MPSC to square off for polo title

Khurai Polo Club (KPC) and MPSC-A both eased into the final of the 7 Mountain Division Polo Tournament, following their semifinal victories on Monday. KPC made light work of ITPC as the Khurai riders galloped to a 7-2 win and earned their title spot with ease.


ESU romp as MPSC, KRYPHSA split points in women’s league

ESU dominated their opponents while MPSC and KRYPHSA played out a goalless draw on the third day of the AMFA Senior Women’s League on Monday.


Churchill thrash DSK, Mumbai hold Minerva

Churchill Brothers thrashed DSK Shivajians 3-0 in an exciting clash of the I-League football tournament at the Tilak Maidan Stadium here on Sunday. Three second-half goals from newly-appointed captain Anthony Wolfe (63rd minute), Ghanefo Kromah (67th) and Surabuddin Mollick (90+4) sealed what was only the second win of the season for Churchill.


Heartbreak for Harika, 3rd bronze at World C'ship

Indian GM Dronavali Harika won her third bronze medal in a row after a heartbreaking defeat against Tan Zhongyi of China in a semi-final tie-breaker at the World Women's Chess Championship.


NEROCA FC remain top of Group B

NEROCA FC were denied all three points at home by Mohammedan Sporting Club’s late goal but the hosts managed to maintain their lead in the Group B standings despite a 1-1 draw with the Kolkatans in their Saturday’s fixture.


ESU, KRYPHSA romp in women’s league

KRYPHSA continued their dominance while ESU kick-started their campaign in style on Day 2 of the AMFA Senior Women’s Football league.


1st Test: Renshaw, Starc shine for Aussies

Matt Renshaw and Mitchell Starc struck half-centuries as Australia attempted a late recovery on the opening day of the first Test against India at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium here on Thursday.


IRC, KMMRS, KPC have it easy in Mt Div Polo

Imphal Riding Club (IRC), K&MMRS and Khurai Polo Club (KPC) all made light work of their opponents in the 7th 57 Mountain Division Polo Tournament on Wednesday. IRC inflicted a 7-0 thrashing on Chingkheihunba Polo Club-A as L Abinath made the most of the game, scoring five goals.


Sitaljit crowned Mr Junior India

Yumnam Sitaljit Singh was crowned Junior Mr India in the 7th Junior/Masters/Physically Challenged/Senior Women’s Body Building/Senior Men’s Sports Physique/Senior Women’s Sports Model National Body Building Championship that concluded at Indore, Madhya Pradesh, on February 19.


India win ICC Women's World Cup qualifier final

Harmanpreet Kaur blasted a six in the penultimate delivery to power India to a one-wicket win over South Africa in a last-ball thriller at the ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier Final at P Sara Oval on Tuesday.


At ` 3 crore, Thangarasu Natarajan, son of daily wager was a top buy at IPL auction

Left-arm seamer Thangarasu Natarajan was finding it surreal when the bids against his name zoomed at a breakneck pace during the IPL auction on Monday in Bengaluru.


Afridi announces int’l retirement

One of the most flamboyant and controversial cricketers of his generation, former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has finally called time on his international career.


IPL Auction: Pune pay 14.5 crore for Stokes, RCB buy Tymal Mills for 12 crore

The Indian Premier League 2017 auction on Monday witnessed two English cricketers become millionaires, all-rounder Ben Stokes and paceman Tymal Mills were bought for astronomical amounts as a total of 66 players were eventually sold to the eight franchises.


Virat Kohli first Indian sportsperson to ink ` 100-cr deal with Puma

Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli has become the first Indian sportsperson to land a deal that worth Rs 100 Crores with a single brand.


Indian eves thump B’desh, book WC berth

India women produced an all-round effort to beat Bangladesh women by nine wickets in a Super Six match to qualify for the ICC Women's World Cup 2017, here on Friday.


Infrastructure ready for FIFA U-17 World Cup: LOC boss

The U-17 FIFA World Cup in India will not see any last-minute scramble for infrastructure completion, as had happened in the lead-up to the 2010 Commonwealth Games, with the Local Organising Committee chief asserting that the six venues will be ready well in time.


Vijender faces China’s Zulpikar for 2nd title

After a successful defence of his WBO Asia Pacific title, Indian boxing star Vijender Singh will be in contention for a second belt when he takes on China's WBO Oriental Super Middleweight champion Zulpikar Maimaitiali on April 1 in Mumbai.


India will get $1 million if they win 1st Test vs Australia

The Indian cricket team will be awarded a million dollars by the International Cricket Council (ICC) if they win the first Test against visitors Australia, to be played in Pune from February 23.


India will get $1 million if they win 1st Test vs Australia

The Indian cricket team will be awarded a million dollars by the International Cricket Council (ICC) if they win the first Test against visitors Australia, to be played in Pune from February 23.


Aizawl FC, Bengaluru draw; Bagan held by MFC

Defending champions Bengaluru FC (BFC) failed to break their winless run in the sixth consecutive game as Aizawl FC kept their slate clean at home with a 1-1 result in their I-League encounter here on Wednesday.


CL progress near impossible: Neymar

Barcelona’s Brazil star Neymar says it will be a virtual ‘mission impossible’ for the Spanish giants to progress in the Champions League after their 4-0 first leg demolition by Paris Saint-Germain.


BCCI names unchanged squad for first two Tests vs Australia

The Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) senior selection committee on Tuesday picked the team for the first two Test matches of the 4-match series against Australia, which begins on the February 23 in Pune.


Eastern Sporting Union clinch IWL title

Eastern Sporting Union were crowned champions, defeating Rising Students Club 3-0 in the inaugural edition of the Indian Womens League (IWL) football championship at the Ambedkar Stadium here on Tuesday. Strikes from Kamala Devi (32th minute, 66th) and Prameshwori Devi (57th) led Eastern Sporting Union to an easy win over their opponents which was largely dominated both in possession and chances created by ESU.


NEROCA pip HFC to secure second straight win at home

Felix Odili Chidi’s last-gasp goal was all NEROCA FC needed to seal all three points at the expense of Hindustan FC and close in on I-League 2nd Division’s Group B leaders Southern Samity.


India need 7 wkts to win vs B’desh

Bangladesh face a big test of saving the one-off cricket Test as they reached 103 for three in their second innings after India set them a target of 459 on the penultimate day here on Sunday.


Eastern Sporting Union ease into IWL final

Eastern Sporting Union brushed aside Alakhpura FC 4-1 to set up a title clash with Rising Student's Club in the inaugural edition of the Indian Women's League, on Saturday.


NEROCA FC look to earn points against Hindustan FC

NEROCA FC reclaimed second spot of the I-League 2nd Division Group B table after Mohammedan Sporting Club lost 0-2 to leaders Southern Samity on Saturday.


14th Sentinel Cup equestrian event begins

The 14th DGAR Sentinel Cup – State Equestrian Championship 2017 got underway at Mapal Kangjeibung (Imphal Polo Ground) on Friday as both Th Santosh Singh and Neelu RK claimed a gold medal on Day 1 of the competition.


Kohli, Saha shine as India post 687-6 declared vs Bangladesh

Virat Kohli's record double hundred and Wriddhiman Saha's career second hundred (106 not out) drove India to a mammoth total of 687-6 declared in their first innings against Bangladesh on the second's day's play of their one-off cricket Test here on Friday. In reply, Bangladesh scored 41/1 by the end of play.


Kohli, Vijay put India in driver’s seat

Skipper Virat Kohli and opener Murali Vijay's scintillating centuries put India in the driver's seat as the hosts posted 356/3 at stumps on the opening day of the one-off cricket Test against Bangladesh at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium here on Thursday.


ESU, Alakhpura FC to lock horns in Indian Women’s League semis

The semifinal line-up of the inaugural Indian Women’s League 2017 will see Rising Students Club, Odisha take on FC Pune City, while Eastern Sporting Union, Manipur lock horns with Alakhpura FC, Haryana on Saturday.


MPSC-A claim Hazari state polo crown

A dazzling fourth-chukker surge by Khurai Polo Club could not prevent Manipur Police Sports Club (MPSC)-A from laying their hands on the silverware of the 32nd N Hazari & Dr N Tombi State Polo Tournament on Wednesday at Mapal Kangjeibung. Riding on H Abung’s scoring heroics, MPSC shrugged off a four-goal last-chukker challenge from Khurai to seal a thrilling 6-5 title triumph.


Dzeko double as Roma rout Fiorentina in Serie A

Edin Dzeko hit a brace to go top of the Serie A goal charts on Tuesday as Roma stayed in the title chase with a comprehensive 4-0 win over lacklustre Fiorentina. Rescheduled due to Sunday's Six Nations rugby match between Italy and Wales, Roma hosted Paulo Sousa's men knowing defeat would leave them in third place -- seven points behind leaders Juventus and one point behind Napoli.


Virat Kohli warns team against complacency in Bangladesh Test

Cautioning his No.1-ranked team against any complacency while playing in Tests against Bangladesh, India cricket captain Virat Kohli on Wednesday said the Tigers have the required skills to be successful in the five-day format as well.


Kohli retains No. 1 spot in T20 rankings, Ashwin climbs to 4th


Kenya’s Rudisha wins 2nd straight 800m Olympic gold

Shaunae Miller Dives Over Line To Deny Felix In 400m Race



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