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Civil disobedience movt in Manipur – The Statesman

The StatesmanCivil disobedience movt in ManipurThe StatesmanJoint Committee on Inner Line Permit System (JCILPS) has started its civil disobidence movement from Friday in the entire state pressing its demand for inplementation of inner line permit syst… Continue reading


Regarding request by Govt of Manipur for deployment of Rapid Action Force to MHA – E-Pao.net

Regarding request by Govt of Manipur for deployment of Rapid Action Force to MHAE-Pao.netThe Centre for Organisation Research and Education (CORE) Manipur finds the report yesterday in the media that the State government has requested the Ministry of H… Continue reading


Manipur HC Stays Assembly Speaker’s MLA Disqualification Order – Outlook

Manipur HC Stays Assembly Speaker’s MLA Disqualification Order
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The Manipur High Court today stayed the Assembly Speaker’s Tribunal order which disqualified MLA O Lukhoi Singh of Trinamool Congress Party. Chief Justice Lakshmi Kanta Mahaprata, after hearing the plea of the counsel of Lukhoi Singh regarding his …

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Floods inundate villages, roads cut off in Manipur – Nagaland Post

Floods inundate villages, roads cut off in ManipurNagaland PostIncessant rains in the last few days have washed away bridges and national highways besides rendering homeless to many people in Manipur. Low lying areas in Imphal and its outskirts have be… Continue reading


Manipur development project spells doom for 11 villages, 12000 people – Economic Times

Manipur development project spells doom for 11 villages, 12000 people
Economic Times
In a memorandum to the chief secretary of Manipur, the religious heads of the affected villages and others wrote: “While trying to provide benefits to the valley districts, more than 12,000 people who are in the project upstream are adversely affected

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Manipur Development Project Spells Doom for 11 Villages, 12000 People – The New Indian Express

Manipur Development Project Spells Doom for 11 Villages, 12000 People
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In a memorandum to the chief secretary of Manipur, the religious heads of the affected villages and others wrote: “While trying to provide benefits to the valley districts, more than 12,000 people who are in the project upstream are adversely affected

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ILPS and Indigenous Peoples Rights: Manipur – E-Pao.net


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ILPS and Indigenous Peoples Rights: Manipur
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In Manipur, the said sub-clause of the article has been violated. There is no provision to protect the Indigenous Tribal Peoples—those who mainly reside in the four valleys districts of Manipur, whose populations, land and cultural identities are day

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Civil disobedience movement comes into effect JCILPS to continue stir, TYCM claim refuted

Condemning the State Government for not taking a concrete stand on the ILPS issue, Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit System JCILPS has said that they will carry on the ongoing agitation Source The Sangai Express Continue reading


EGM appeals

Editors Guild, Manipur has appealed to all organisations concerned to instruct their volunteers not to prevent media persons from performing their duties Source The Sangai Express Continue reading


Committee extends support

In a unanimous move today, Mapithel Dam Multipurpose Project Displaced Villages Committee MDMPDVC has decided to extend maximum co operation and moral support to the proposed agitation of Mapithel Dam Affected Ching Tarn Organisation MDACTO regardi… Continue reading


CSOs urge JMC

After the Jiribam Municipality Council JMC has failed to control the waste pollution caused by improper waste disposal along the meat stalls in the municipality area, Leirembi Leikai Nupi Marup, Jiribam and local civil society organisations have reso… Continue reading


Malom oil depot Completion date extended to Dec

The date for commissioning the oil depot being developed at Malom under Indian Oil Corporation IOC has been extended to December this year Source The Sangai Express Continue reading


Mao vendors back ILPS

Mao vendors who sell vegetables at Imphal have urged the State Government to bring a solution to the ongoing pro ILPS movement at the earliest Source The Sangai Express Continue reading


JCILPS Student Wing to begin stir demanding release of detained students

Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit System JCILPS Student Wing on Thursday threatened the launch of a series of agitations if the Government failed to release all the detained students Source Hueiyen News Service Continue reading


Swollen river dismantles, washes away Chingdongpok, Chandrakhong Bridges in Heirok

As a result of the sub standard construction, two bridges Chindongpok connecting Heirok Part II III, and Chandrakhong Eetok Paring in Thoubal District had been washed away Source Hueiyen News Service Continue reading


Traffic jam

With the JAC constituted against the killing of Sapam Robinhood imposing a roadblock along Khuman Lampak Stadium road also known as Dingku road, traffic jam is witnessed on other major routes leading to Imphal Source The Sangai Express Continue reading


4G reaches North East

Country’s largest private telecom operator Bharti Airtel today rolled out latest 4G technology in Meghalaya’s capital Shillong, the first in northeast Source The Sangai Express Press Trust of India Continue reading


Three MLAs resign from drafting committee Peeved with no action taken against cops in Robinhood’s death and suspension for firing at Singjamei

Three MLAs who are members of the five member committee constituted at the initiative of the State Government to draft a new Bill in the line of Inner Line Permit System have tendered resignation letters to the committee’s chairman today Source The … Continue reading


Women’s orgns demand incorporation of all JCILPS points

Suspend the police personnel involved in the killing of Sapam Robinhood before the judicial inquiry Source Hueiyen News Service Ashem Babycha Continue reading


With the exception of Tamenglong, ChandelADCs to be installed today

With the exception of Tamenglong and Chandel, Autonomous District Councils of all other hill districts including Sadar Hills would be installed tomorrow Source The Sangai Express Continue reading