Wednesday, May 10th, 2017


Government signs MoU with JACAATB Churachandpur

The state government today signed memorandum of understanding with the JAC against Anti-Tribal Bills (JACAATB) Churachandpur in presence of undersecretary of ministry of home affairs at Churachandpur. The MoU was signed by chief secretary O. Nabakishore on behalf of the state government in the presence of A.N. Jha undersecretary of the ministry of home affairs, government of India. The JACAATB was represented by its chief convener H. Mangchinkhup, B. Dongzalian Simte, president of Simte Tribe Council, Vanlalrinliana, president of Mizo People Convention, Manipur, Chinlunthang, president, United Zou organisation, T. Khailianthang,Read More

U-19 Talent Hunt Football Tournament 2017

Imphal East Club outplayed Thoubal Club by 6-3 goals to emerge champion in the Mens category of ‘OORJA’ CAPF U-19 Talent Hunt Football Tournament 2017(Phase-1, Manipur) played at Main Stadium, Khuman Lampak. Thoubal Club looked promising in the early minute as they took the lead with S.Roger scoring the opening goal in the 9 minute. However the next minute, Imphal East hits back with Th.Hemba fetching the equaliser in the 10 minute and later S.Netrajit consolidates for Imphal East in the 11 minute to post 2-1 goals. Giving a toughRead More

Indefinite General Strike in Thoubal and Kakching

The indefinite general strike in Thoubal and Kakching imposed by Thoubal District MP Candidature Demand Committee has disturbed the normalcy in the districts. The demand committee had cautioned to impose indefinite general strike in Thoubal and Kakching districts demanding to select a representative from eight assembly segments for the ensuing Rajya Sabha by-election to be held on May 25. The eight segments Heirok, Wangjing Tentha, Khagabok, Wabagai, Kakching, Hiyanglam, Sugnu and Jiribam which consist of 2, 35, 182 voters has been violated for 65 years, complains the demand committee. ForRead More

Stipend for SoO groups of Around Rs. 6 crore found unpaid: Biren

Around Rs six crore which was suppose to be given to cadres of Suspension of Operation (SoO) groups as their monthly stipend during the past two years was found unpaid, said chief minister Nongthombam Biren Singh. Biren Singh said the state’s surrender policy was found not implemented; however, the state government is working for a new surrender policy. For it the government is taking suggestions from the Assam Rifles and the army. Biren Singh was launching an exclusive website for the Shirui Lily Festival at the Chief Minister’s Secretariat yesterday.Read More