Mass rally taken out

A mass rally demanding immediate release of UNC president Gaidon Kamei and secretary of information and publicity Ks Stephen was organised by the Co ordination Core Committee of Naga Civil Societies at district HQs, reports our correspondent Source …

LPG for cooking midday meals

LPG cylinders would be used for preparing mid day meals in 300 of the total schools in the State covered under Mid Day Meal Programme, one of the Flagship Programmes by the Government of India, starting from the next academic session Source The Sang…

UCM convenes public convention on Dec 9

Taking strong exception to the UNC’s announcement to tighten the protracted economic blockade rather than paying any heed to its appeal to lift the same, the United Committee Manipur UCM has decided to tackle the issue in consultation with the people…

47th short play competition begins

The 47th Short Play competition for Creative Directors started today at the auditorium of Manipur Dramatic Unions at Yaiskul Police Lane in a joint collaboration between Theatre Centre Manipur and Manipur State Kala Akademi Source The Sangai Express

ED raids 50 bank branches

The Enforcement Directorate ED today raided more than 50 banks across India over suspicions that the banks were making hawala transactions and laundering money in the wake of demonetisation Source The Sangai Express Courtesy India Today

ExMLA bats for Sports University

Ex MLA Ningthoujam Biren has questioned the State Government’s adamant refusal to establish National Sports University NSU at Koutruk even after the people of Koutruk, Senjam Chirang and Senjam Khunou have offered to donate the necessary land Sourc…

Many bid adieu to vice chairman of KTC

A large number of people from various communities across the State particularly Kangpokpi today paid their last tribute to Kangpokpi Town Committee vice chairman Jangkhogin Guite at Kangpokpi today, reports our correspondent Source The Sangai Express

476 trucks head for Imphal

Around 476 loaded trucks have left Jiribam with security escorts led by 1st MR CO Themthing Ngasangva this morning while 470 trucks including three oil tankers remain stranded at Jiribam Source The Sangai Express