Tuesday, January 17th, 2017


Court further remands UNC chief in police custody

Chief Judicial Magistrate, Imphal East today remanded United Naga Council’s leader Gaidon Kamei and his associate information secretary Shankhil Stephen in police custody for another 10 days. Gaidon and Stephen were produced at the court with a prayer for further judicial custody on the charge of burning down a rice loaded vehicle bearing registration number MN O7C-376 at Siblong along the NH 37. The investigation officer in his prayer mentioned that a truck was burnt by K. Thomas, Kangkieng Pamei, David Kamei and James Inka who were all members ofRead More

US beat Manipur

US Polo Association beat Manipur Polo Team by 7-5 goals in the 2nd Manipur Statehood Day Women’s Polo Tournament that kicked off today at Mapal Kanjeibung, the world’s oldest functioning polo ground. Team USPA Women are participating in the tournament for the second time. Its special relationship with Manipur began in 2013 when the US men’s team began participating at the Manipur International Polo Tournament. Team USPA Women is its first women’s team to play internationally. Sephanie Massey of USPA said, “I am very excited to be here. Trip inRead More

Reyoungster XI to face Sangai CCC in 3rd MCA Plate Tournament final

Reyoungster XI came up with 8 wickets victory against Cyclone Thangmeiband to enter the final of the 3rd MCA W.Prahlada & W.Ramananda Elite Tournament 2016-17 played at Luwangpokpa Cricket Stadium. Reyoungster XI will face Sangai CCC Singjamei in the final which the date to be announced later by the Manipur Cricket Association. In the second semi final, Cyclone Thangmeiband rode on Akshaykumar who made an impressive 53 runs off 72 balls while Jempu made 33 runs and Nar Singh got 13 runs for 136 runs for 8 wickets from 40Read More

KSA demands clarification

Imphal January 16:  Kangleipak Student’s Association has blamed the education authority for encouraging running school with profit motive by giving recognition certificate to the institutions that does not possess the criteria of being an academic institution. The student body demanded clarification over giving recognition certificate to those unfit schools and asserted such conduct of the authority has encouraged establishing education for profit instead of bringing quality education in the state. Angouton Khuman, secretary HRD, KSA said under the council of higher secondary schools there are 175 schools and colleges andRead More

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