Manipur CM Urges Assam to Take Lead in Fighting Influx Problem – NorthEast Today

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Manipur CM Urges Assam to Take Lead in Fighting Influx Problem
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Assam has to lead the way in fighting influx problem, orelse it will effect other Northeastern states also, this was stated by Manipur CM N Biren Singh, during concluding function of the Namami Brahmaputra in Guwahati. “The main problem in Assam is
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Revitalizing the deteriorated state of Manipur: The task ahead for CM Biren and his team

ZK Pahrii Pou Deteriorated state of Manipur: With the arrival of new leaders in the newly formed state government, the people of Manipur look forward with new hope for progress and peace to prevail in the state once again. The present government has colossal responsibility to repair of what the previous government had damaged. The […]

Acknowledging the stand of NTC Not blindly accepting FA

How successfully has the NSCN (IM) been in taking the people of Nagaland along with their agenda ? This question may seem odd, even hollow in the face of the fact that ever since the NSCN came into being in 1980 and split into the Khaplang faction and Isak-Muivah faction in 1988, the outfit seems […]

Handicrafts of the Zeliangrong: Their cultural significance – Part 1

Dr Budha Kamei “As arts and beauty go together, a home without art cannot be the abode of beauty. Without beauty there cannot be truth and without truth there cannot be peace. A home becomes a house.” The present article attempts to look into the traditional handcrafts of the Zeliangrong of North East and their […]

Nearly 1000 people rendered homeless in NE, more shower expected

KOHIMA/IMP/GHY/SHILLONG/AIZAWL, Apr 4 : Nearly one thousand people have been rendered homeless after heavy rains coupled with hailstorm lashed parts of the North Eastern States since Sunday, killing at least two persons in Assam. Met department has informed that thunder squall accompanied with hail and wind speed exceeding 50 KMPH was likely to occur in […]

State legislators leave for Delhi

IMPHAL, Apr 4: Altogether 21 State legislators including the Speaker and five officials of the Manipur Legislative Assembly today left Imphal for New Delhi to attend an orientation programme for newly elected legislators of 11th Manipur Legislative Assembly which would be held at the Bureau of Parliamentary Studies and Training (BPST), Lok Sabha Secretariat from […]

Centre sanctions Rs 150 Cr for hill areas

Imphal, Apr 4 : The Central Government has sanctioned Rs 150 crore for the construction of markets in Manipur’s hill areas, officials said on Tuesday. The news was confirmed on Monday night and Chief Minister N Biren Singh said that the construction work would start shortly. In Manipur, all markets are exclusively run by women. […]

Railway extension in NE a challenge for engineers

AGARTALA, Apr 4 :The North East Frontier Railway (NFR) has to confront many unique challenges in laying tracks in the mountainous North Eastern region due to its topography and the danger of natural calamities, a top official has said. According to Commissioner of Railway Safety (CRS) Shailesh Kumar Pathak, the NFR gets to work at […]

Manipur writes to Centre on Myanmar Army’s encroachment – Daily News & Analysis

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Manipur writes to Centre on Myanmar Army’s encroachment
Daily News & Analysis
The Manipur government on Monday wrote to the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) for additional security forces to help curb encroachments from the Myanmar Army. In a letter written to the Joint Secretary (border management) of the MEA on Monday, the …

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Seminar on DigiDhan held

In connection with the launching of Digi Dhan in the State, district administration Kangpokpi organized a one day seminar on Digi Dhan at Kangpokpi district today Source The Sangai Express

Parent of ‘rescued’ girl clarifies

The parents of the girl who was rescued by a team of Anti Human Trafficking Unit, Imphal West police at Imphal Tulihal Airport from being taken to Singapore on March 28, have clarified that no foul play was involved Source The Sangai Express