Manipur: Terrorist killed, two jawans injured in ambush in Chandel region – Daily News & Analysis


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Manipur: Terrorist killed, two jawans injured in ambush in Chandel region
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A terrorist was killed and two Assam Regiment personnel were left injured after terrorists attempted kill the soldiers in Manipur’s Chandel region. The incident took place in Sajik Tampek, news agency ANI reported. Firing is still underway. More

Manipur: Terrorist killed, two jawans injured in ambush in Chandel region – Daily News & Analysis


Daily News & Analysis

Manipur: Terrorist killed, two jawans injured in ambush in Chandel region
Daily News & Analysis
A terrorist was killed and two Assam Regiment personnel were left injured after terrorists attempted kill the soldiers in Manipur’s Chandel region. The incident took place in Sajik Tampek, news agency ANI reported. Firing is still underway. More

One day Training cum Input Distribution programme on Promotion of Improved Technology of Pules Production under Conservation of Agriculture in Rice Fallow System

One day Training cum Input Distribution programme on “Promotion of Improved Technology of Pules Production under Conservation of Agriculture in Rice Fallow System” was organised by ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region and Krishi Vigyan Kendra Churachandpur at KVK Churachandpur on 14 th November 2017. The function was graced by Dr. S Hazarika, Head, Department […]

Karam Shyam assures help to implement Manipur Library Act 1988

IMPHAL | Nov 14: Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution minister Karam Shyam today gave assurance that he will help in implementing the Manipur Public Library Act, 1988. He was speaking at the observance of National Library Week 2017 held at Peoples’ Library, Yumnam Huidrom Makha Leikai, Imphal West organised by the Manipur Library Association […]

Nemcha Kipgen – ‘Digitalisation is mantra of growth and healthy competition’ –

IMPHAL | Nov 14: Minister cooperation and social welfare Nemcha Kipgen said that digitalisation has replaced the former manual and traditional activities as the latter consumed much time as well as energy too. She was speaking as the chief guest at the 64th all India cooperative week celebration at Laishram Leirak community hall. The main objective […]

SSUM and MPPDU gear up for fast unto death protest

IMPHAL | Nov 14: Socialist Students’ Union of Manipur and Manipur Proletariat Peoples’ Democratic Union will stage fast-to death protest if the government fails to take up necessary action to amend Article-3 of the Indian Constitution to safeguard the territorial integrity of the state by tomorrow. Addressing a press meet today at SSUM office at […]

Perpetrators of Chandel bomb attack will not be spared, vows Biren

IMPHAL | Nov 14: State paid last respect to the two Assam Rifles jawans who were killed in a bomb blast at Chandel district headquarters yesterday Chief Minister, N. Biren led the people in laying wreath on the mortal remains of the two jawans of 18 AR at Imphal international airport today.   Talking to […]

Nemcha inaugurates cooperative week

Social Welfare and Cooperation Minister Nemcha Kipgen today inaugurated the 64th All India Cooperative Week Celebration, at Laishram Leirak community hall, Imphal, under the theme Empowering People through Digitalization of Coop Source The Sangai…

World Diabetes Day observed

As in other parts of the world, the World Diabetes Day 2017 was observed jointly by District Health Society, Imphal East and District Administration, Imphal East under the theme Women and Diabetes Our Right to a Healthy Future at Imphal East DC offi…

AMUCO

It is disappointing to note that even after 20 years of Warangal Declaration and the three and half years of Telangana State formation, the larger question of social and economic rights of the large bulk of the peasants and labours had not been resolve…

Associations demand spanbr Source span classbodyboldThe Sangai Express spanp p alignjustifyspan classbodyboldImphal, November 14 2017spanSocialist Students’ Union of Manipur SSUM and Manipur Proletariat People’s Democratic Union MPPDU have urged the State Government to take up necessary steps for the amendment of Article 3 of the Indian Constitution to safeguard the indigenous people and the territorial integrity of the State, by November 15 Speaking to media persons at SSUM’s office at Keishampat Laishom Leirak, SSUM’S convenor, publicity and propaganda, Naorem Tanoranjan said that if the State Government fails to provide a positive response by the deadline set by the organisations, various democratic forms of agitation will be launched from the next day, November 16 He said that SSUM and MPPDU have been taking up various agitation demanding protection of the indigenous people of the State ever since the time of the previous Government When the new State Government was formed, the organisations were initially hopeful that the demands may attain fruition but slowly, with time, the organisations have started doubting the new Government, he stated Naorem Tanoranjan demanded the State Government to ensure necessary amendments to Article 3 of the Constitution in order to safeguard the territorial integrity of the State and warned that playing ‘wait and see’ political game might cost the State and the people dearly Talking about the common failure in providing PDS rice and items to the poor people of the State, he also urged the authority concerned to take up necessary actions against the involved parties The convenor,further demanded the State Government to make its stand clear regarding the measures to ensure safety and survival of the indigenous people of the State, protection of the State’s territorial integrity and the possible action against the officials and people involved in siphoning off PDS items meant for the people of Manipur, by November 15, adding that he, along with MPPDU president Nameirakpam Meghachandra Meitei, will launch a fast unto death protest from the next day itself EpnNews31 pspan classnewsheader Karam Shyam acknowledges private school teachers

CAF PD, Revenue, Relief Rehabilitation Minister Karam Shyam today distributed prizes to Urikhinbam Chittaranj an Singh and Maibam Babita for the best teachers’ award on the occasion of 4th Annual Day cum Children’s Day function held at the campus o…

Memo Drafting

The second meeting of Memorandum Drafting Sub Committee of All Political Parties in connection with the Government of India’s talk with NSCN IM was held today at the office of the Deputy Chief Minister Yumnam Joykumar Singh at Manipur Secretariat No…

Auto rally held

In connection with observation of National Legal Day, an auto rally was held from Mini Stadium Senapati DHQ to Khongnem, Senapati District today Source The Sangai Express