Inking an MoU with CCpur JAC Exorcising ghost of 2015

After nearly 730 days or rather two years, the bodies of the eight men killed in the anti-Bills protest at Churachandpur are set to be claimed by May 25 and the last rites performed. This is certainly a positive move, for after all it stands that the bodies stood as mute testimony of the deep […]

Nagas: From head-hunters into money-hunters?

Puanthanh Gangmei (Courtesy : The Oriental Post) Criticizing the Naga slogan “Nagalim for Christ” by Nagas themselves is not a new development. But when Naga makes critical reference to this slogan, they are not criticizing the slogan itself but on the present unchristian practices of the Naga people. There are, however, many misconception surrounding this […]

Ukl SSA teachers on cease work strike

IMPHAL, May 10 : The Ukhrul district SSA Primary Teachers Association has launched a cease work strike from today to protest the non-payment of eight months pending salaries since September 2016. In a statement, Ukhrul district SSA Primary Teachers Association stated that the it is compelled to take up the agitation due to the failure […]

‘Air Clinics’ may start from State : Jitendra

IMPHAL, May 10: Deputy Chief Minister Y Joykumar called on Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for DoNER, Dr Jitendra Singh today and discussed some of the initiatives planned by BJP-led coalition Government in the State. The Deputy CM was accompanied by Law and Health Minister L Jayentakumar and Youth and Sports Minister Letpao Haokip. Dr […]

Chingi Numit : CM interacts, hears cases of hill people

IMPHAL, May 10: As announced by the new BJP-led coalition Government that the 10th every month has been set aside for interaction between top bureaucrats/administrative officers and people of hill districts (Chingi Numit), Chief Minister N Biren today interacted with hill people. Starting from 8.15 am, the Chief Minister interacted with a large number of […]

Manipur killings: Amicus Curiae on ‘Army & Constitutionalism’; No legal impediment to register FIRs, says Manipur –

Manipur killings: Amicus Curiae on ‘Army & Constitutionalism’; No legal impediment to register FIRs, says Manipur
The hearing in Supreme Court in the Manipur encounter killings with respect to cases in which Gauhati and Manipur High Courts had ordered judicial inquiries concluded on April 20 . The matter was heard by a Bench of Justices Madan B Lokur and UU Lalit, …

Finally, State Government inks MoU with CCpur JAC Last rites of bodies by May 25, ex-gratia of Rs 5 lakh each agreed upon

IMPHAL, May 10 : Nearly two years after Churachandpur erupted in protest against the three Bills passed by the State Assembly to check inflow of non-local people on August 31, 2015, the State Government inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Joint Action Committee Against Anti-Tribal Bills at Churachandpur today. Accordingly it was agreed […]

Impasse in Manipur over eight bodies ends – The Hindu

The Hindu

Impasse in Manipur over eight bodies ends
The Hindu
An MoU was signed between the State government and tribal representatives in Churachandpur district of Manipur on Wednesday, ending the impasse over the eight bodies that have been awaiting burial since September 2015. The bodies of the eight men, …
After 18-month faceoff, Manipur protesters agree to bury their deadThe Indian Express
Nagaland CM’s visit to Manipur on Biren Singh’s invitation hailed as a historic moveThe New Indian Express
After 600 Days In Morgue In Manipur, 8 Bodies To Be BuriedNDTV
Firstpost –The Quint
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Training to boost Education Dept held

Education Minister Th Radheshyam said that updating the personnel employed in any organisation with the latest knowledge is required for progress and development and is a must for the Education Department as it plays an important role in shaping the so…

General strike affects

The bandh imposed by MP Candidature Demand Committee demanding selection of a Rajya Sabha member from the total 8 ACs of Kakching, Thoubal and Jiribam which comes under the outer Manipur Parliamentary Constituency impacted the normal life in parts of K…

Nemcha against unethical practices

Social Welfare Minister Nemcha Kipgen has said that there would be no tolerance for employees of the Social Welfare Department involved in unethical practices and befitting punishment would be given to those involved Source The Sangai Express