Thursday, 30 June 2016

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Four of the arrested KCP (KK Nganba) cadres including KK Nganba (left) paraded before the media. (inset: the weapons used in the murder.)

Did PREPAK outsource Nabachandra killing?

Police arrest five cadres of KCP (KK Nganba) including Nganba IMPHAL, June 29: In a significant breakthrough in the murder case of surrendered PREPAK chairman Nabachandra and his driver inside 7th MR Battalion Khabeisoi, police have arrested five members.....

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24x7 power for all by 2019 : CM

IMPHAL, June 29: Manipur has prepared a vision document for providing 24x7 power for all by 2019 with the creation of additional transmission infrastructure, Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh said at the conference on electricity and related issues today. .....

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Contradictions over origin of Nungei violence

IMPHAL, June 29: The JAC against Firing at Nungei Meira Paibi has strongly refuted the charges levelled by a rival JAC formed against the death of a teenager, Md Arif Khan, stating that its convenor and six other persons were responsible for the current e.....

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Mayang Imphal communities make peace

IMPHAL, June 29: The prolonged tension between two communities in Konchak, Bengoon and Yangbi areas of Mayang Imphal Assembly Constituency since an incident on April 11 last was finally settled during a joint meeting of leaders of the villages and All May.....

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Dr Ranjan’s works in hills, garner accolades

IMPHAL, June 29: BJP Scheduled Tribes Morcha, Manipur Pradesh organized a ‘Gratitude Day’ at Shomai Jubilee Hall, Senapati today. The objective of the program was to give appreciation to the efforts of Dr RK Ranjan Singh. Dr RK Ranjan has been travelling.....

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BJP demands white paper on Tongjei Maril Road

IMPHAL, June 29: Keystone Infra Pvt Ltd has today clarified that the portion of hill slope cutting completed along Tongjei Maril Road is 62 kilometre while black topping work has been completed for a stretch of only one kilometre. The clarification came .....

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CLP discusses NFSA problems

IMPHAL, June 29: Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh today chaired a Congress Legislative Party meeting and discussed the various issues raised by several sections regarding implementation of the National Food Security Act. The meeting which commenced at 4pm.....

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NFSA Ration Cards for Mayang Imphal distributed

IMPHAL, June 29: Mayang Imphal MLA Dr Kh Ratankumar Singh who is also minister of Education and Transport distributed beneficiariy cards for National Food Security Act in his constituency at Khuman Mani Stadium, Mayang Imphal Konchak. Dr Ratan who is als.....

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NFSA fiasco in CAFPD minister’s constituency Lamlai

IMPHAL, June 29: A JAC in Lamlai has asked the state government to distribute the exact amount of 5kg rice entitled under the National Food security Act to the beneficiaries from July 1. Speaking to media persons, the JAC secretary Mutum Thoibisana Devi .....

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SF arrest two militant cadres

IMPHAL, June 29: A combined team of Thoubal police commando and 2nd Assam Rifles reportedly arrested a self styled Lieutenant of the proscribed KYKL from Khongjom in the morning today. The arrested individual has been identified as Thoudam Bisheshwor @ R.....

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NPF President Shiirhozelie reiterates “Naga Integration” at Senapati

KANGPOKPI, June 29: To discuss issues pertaining to the welfare of our people, the issues where every Naga can play positive role and contribute their best for our generations to come, a one day Political Conference cum Interface of the Naga People’s Fron.....

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Condolences continue to pour in for Isak Swu’s demise

IMPHAL, June 29: The Autonomous District Council Tamenglong, has deeply mourned the demise of ‘Yaruiwo’ (president) of Naga Nation, Isak Chishi Swu who passed away on June 28 at Fortis Hospital, New Delhi. A condolence message issued by Chairman of ADC T.....

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Brief News 

7 days mourning for Isak in Naga areas

IMPHAL, Jun 29: As a mark of respect to the departed leader, Isak Chishi Swu, the Yaruiwo of Nagalim, a 7-day mourning will be observed throughout Nagalim from June 28 to July 4, a press statement by MIP-NSCN/GPRN said. It stated that during the mourning.....

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24 hr bandh at Thoubal

IMPHAL, Jun 29: The JAC formed in connection with the death of a boy in alleged police firing in Nungei has called a 24 hour Thoubal district bandh starting from midnight of June 30 against the alleged police firing which led to the death of the minor on .....

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10 yrs for rape of daughter-in-law

IMPHAL, Jun 29: District and Sessions Judge, Imphal West today sentenced a man to 10 years rigorous imprisonment and fined him Rs 50,000 for raping his daughter-in-law. The prosecution said Mongjam Phunindra, 60, of Mayang Imphal in Imphal West district .....

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Awareness program on children

BISHNUPUR, Jun 29: A one day awareness programme on Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, Children Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, RTE and Juvenile Justice (Care and protection of Childre) Act was conducted today at the Royal Academy o.....

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Link road

IMPHAL, June 29: In continuation with its welfare activities, Moreh Battalion of Pallel Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (South) completed a Link Road for public use from NH 102 to H Mongjang village in Chandel district under Border Area De.....

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NSF appeals

IMPHAL, June 29: The Naga Students' Federation (NSF) has appealed all the educational institutions in the entire Naga inhabited areas to remain closed on July 1 as a mark of love and respect for the ‘legendary’ Naga leader late Isak Chishi Swu, Chairman o.....

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