Monday, September 24th, 2018


Macha Leima lambasts police action inside varsity campus

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, September 24, 2018: Manipur Chanura Leishem Marup (Macha Leima) has lambasted the September 20 midnight crackdown at Manipur University by security force. Recalling a statement of the chief minister N. Biren Singh, at which he had stated that criminals can be crack down at any time either night or noon, a statement by Macha Leima questioned the chief minister on whether all the students and the faculties at Manipur University are criminals. “Are the faculties of MU Criminals? Are those students at the hostel preparing for exam criminals?”, theRead More

Biren effigy burnt over MU issue

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, September 24, 2018: Demanding to release the arrested students and teachers of Manipur University volunteers of Manipur youth congress committee on Monday burnt the effigy of chief minister Biren Singh in front of Congress Bhavan. Police foiled the attempt to burn another effigy which is of Adya Prasad Pandey.  “Modiji talks about digital India. How can it be successful when the internet is downed. Has it helped to main law and order in the state. His CM is an incapable CM. Normalcy has not been brought in theRead More

CM Biren appeals for positive effort to resolve MU impasse

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, September 24, 2018: The state government is committed to restore normalcy and peaceful academic atmosphere in Manipur University, said Manipur chief minister Nongthombam Biren Singh during the joint Hill Leaders’ Day and Meeyamgi Numit held at his secretariat today. He told reporters that the state government would mediate in its fullest capacity in resolving the present turmoil in Manipur University. The state government would act as a mediator between the Centre and Manipur University community to resolve the issue. He appealed the people, civil society organisations and otherRead More

Blast in Imphal city injures seven

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, September 24, 2018: Blast in the heart of Imphal city greeted Monday morning injuring seven manual labourers. Six injured persons were rushed to Regional Institute of Medical Sciences while one was taken to Raj Policlinic hospital. They are Dharam Yadav, 30, from Bihar presently residing at Majorkhul, Sunil Gupta, 38 from UP presently residing at Khoyathong, Chotu Sahani, 26, from UP presently residing at Majorkhul, Dharjit Shah, 32, from Bihar residing at Nagamapal, Ranjit Shah, 46, from Bihar residing at Nagamapal, Dharmendra Sahani, 32, from UP residing atRead More

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