Saturday, November 18th, 2017

 

OPEN DIALOGUE ON FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT HELD

Pothashang News Service Imphal, November 18: All Manipur United Clubs Organisation (AMUCO), Committee of Civil Societies, Kangleipak (CCSK) and United Committee Manipur (UCM) today organised an open dialogue on “Possible outcomes of the Framework Agreement in the context of Manipur” at Lamyanba Sanglen, Imphal. The discussion took the resolution that the framework agreement at any cost should not break the unity and territorial boundary of Manipur. It declared that even if said that the agreement will not affect the territory of Manipur, any administrative purpose and programmes related with theRead More


ANAL NAGA BODIES SUBMIT MEMORANDUM TO PM FOLLOWING CHANDEL BLAST

Pothashang News Service Imphal, November 18: Anal civil organisations today staged a rally at Chandel district in protest against recent blast in Chandel that killed two AR jawans injuring six others. Two AR Jawans and six others were injured when the People’s Liberation Army attacked a foot patrol of the Assam Rifles at Mahamani Village on November 13 morning by exploding a powerful IED. The Anal Naga civil organsations submitted a memorandum copy to the Prime Minister through the Chandel deputy commissioner. The Anal Naga Tangpi, Anal Students’ Union, Anal Women Union, AnalRead More


STATE OBSERVES QUAMI EKTA WEEK

Imphal, November 18, 2107 (DIPR): Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh said that our differences viz. culture, religion, language etc. should not be hurdles in bringing unity and creating sense of oneness in the country. This was stated by him at the observance of “Quami Ekta Week” held at Banquet Hall of 1st Battalion Manipur Rifles, Imphal today.  Speaking as Chief Guest of the function, Chief Minister said that politicians would never succeed if they don’t possess the nationalistic characteristics. They should sacrifice and make commitment for the welfare, development and prosperityRead More


MAOIST STRIKES PARALYSES MANIPUR

Pothashang News Service Imphal, November 18: Manipur remained paralysed today with the imposition of indefinite public cease work strike by Maoist Communist Party of Manipur demanding implementation of a mechanism to stop influx of outsiders in the state. The Maoist rebel group urged the people to take up agitations from today until the government takes up a concrete measure to tackle the influx issue in order to save the original settlers of Manipur from extinction as a result of the increasing rate the outsiders. All business establishments, educational institutions, governmentRead More


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