POLL-LD MANIPUR TWO LAST – IBNLive.com

POLL-LD MANIPUR TWO LASTIBNLive.comPeoples Democratic Front, an opposition five-party alliance comprising Manipur Peoples Party, NCP, CPI-M, Janata Dal (U) and RJD, contested 43 seats. BJP fielded candidates in 19 seats and Manipur State Congress Party…

POLL-LD MANIPUR TWO LAST
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Peoples Democratic Front, an opposition five-party alliance comprising Manipur Peoples Party, NCP, CPI-M, Janata Dal (U) and RJD, contested 43 seats. BJP fielded candidates in 19 seats and Manipur State Congress Party (MSCP) in 34.

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Manipur Election 2012: Violence Hits Polls in Manipur; Five Killed

At least five people including a woman and a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel have been killed in election related violence in Manipur. The violence took place in Chandel district of…

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At least five people including a woman and a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel have been killed in election related violence in Manipur. The violence took place in Chandel district of…

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Manipur Election 2012 Live Webcast

Watch the live webcast of the 10th Manipur Assembly Election 2012 (Manipur Poll 2012) at the following address http://www.manipurelection.hadrontechs.com/…

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Watch the live webcast of the 10th Manipur Assembly Election 2012 (Manipur Poll 2012) at the following address http://www.manipurelection.hadrontechs.com/…

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Manipur assembly elections: Five dead in the poll violence – Times of India

Manipur assembly elections: Five dead in the poll violenceTimes of IndiaGUWAHATI: Five people were killed in election related violence in India's isolated, northeastern state of Manipur, police said on Saturday. Among those who died were a woman, a…

Manipur assembly elections: Five dead in the poll violence
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GUWAHATI: Five people were killed in election related violence in India's isolated, northeastern state of Manipur, police said on Saturday. Among those who died were a woman, a security guard and three election duty staff, when suspected tribal rebels

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Poll violence: Terrorists gun down 5 in Manipur – Times of India

NDTVPoll violence: Terrorists gun down 5 in ManipurTimes of IndiaGUWAHATI: Suspected NSCN (IM) terrorists gunned down five persons at a polling station in Chandel district of Manipur, hours after polling of the 60-member state assembly started on Satur…


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Poll violence: Terrorists gun down 5 in Manipur
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GUWAHATI: Suspected NSCN (IM) terrorists gunned down five persons at a polling station in Chandel district of Manipur, hours after polling of the 60-member state assembly started on Saturday. Police said the dead included a CRPF soldier,
NSCN-IM charged with interferring during polls in Chandel, Chingai ACsKanglaOnline
NSCN blamed for violenceCalcutta Telegraph
Manipur polls: Seven die in crossfire during booth capturing attemptNDTV

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Suman mocks at Mamata’s visit to Irom Sharmila – Zee News

indiabloomsSuman mocks at Mamata's visit to Irom SharmilaZee NewsKolkata: Trinamool Congress MP Kabir Suman has mocked at his party chief Mamata Banerjee for promising voters in Manipur that the Trinamool will ensure withdrawal of the army's sp…


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Suman mocks at Mamata's visit to Irom Sharmila
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Kolkata: Trinamool Congress MP Kabir Suman has mocked at his party chief Mamata Banerjee for promising voters in Manipur that the Trinamool will ensure withdrawal of the army's special powers if voted to power. The well-known singer-turned-politician
Sharmila hopes for a change in ManipurAssam Tribune
I want Manipur to smile: MamataTimes of India
Mamata in Manipur Election rally: We will not allow army ruleisikkim
gulfnews.com –indiablooms –Hindustan Times
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Manipur records 40% polling till noon – Hindustan Times

Manipur records 40% polling till noonHindustan TimesManipur recorded 40% polling till noon Saturday as voting continued at a brisk pace with people turning out in huge numbers to elect a 60-member assembly despite a string of bomb blasts in the past on…

Manipur records 40% polling till noon
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Manipur recorded 40% polling till noon Saturday as voting continued at a brisk pace with people turning out in huge numbers to elect a 60-member assembly despite a string of bomb blasts in the past one week. Voting remained peaceful, barring one

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Manipur CM confident of returning to power – TruthDive

IBNLive.comManipur CM confident of returning to powerTruthDiveImphal, Jan.28 (ANI): Manipur's Chief Minister O Ibobi Singh on Saturday said that his party would return to power and form the government for a third consecutive time. Voting began in 6…


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Imphal, Jan.28 (ANI): Manipur's Chief Minister O Ibobi Singh on Saturday said that his party would return to power and form the government for a third consecutive time. Voting began in 60 assembly constituencies amidst tight security arrangements and
Congress will win minimum 35 seats: Manipur CMIBNLive.com
Manipur assembly elections: Congress will win minimum 35 seats: Okram Ibobi SinghTimes of India

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Manipur polls: 30 per cent votes cast in three hours – NDTV

NDTVManipur polls: 30 per cent votes cast in three hoursNDTVPTI, Updated: January 28, 2012 12:43 IST Imphal: About 30 per cent of the 17.40 lakh voters exercised their franchise in the first three hours in Manipur legislative assembly elections today, …


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Manipur polls: 30 per cent votes cast in three hours
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PTI, Updated: January 28, 2012 12:43 IST Imphal: About 30 per cent of the 17.40 lakh voters exercised their franchise in the first three hours in Manipur legislative assembly elections today, officials said. Long queues of enthusiastic voters were seen

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Manipur assembly elections: Voting opens in in 60 assembly constituenties – Times of India

Manipur assembly elections: Voting opens in in 60 assembly constituentiesTimes of IndiaIMPHAL: Voters today lined up before 2357 polling stations across nine districts of Manipur as elections began in 60 assembly constituencies amid tight security. An …

Manipur assembly elections: Voting opens in in 60 assembly constituenties
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IMPHAL: Voters today lined up before 2357 polling stations across nine districts of Manipur as elections began in 60 assembly constituencies amid tight security. An electorate of 17,40576, including 8,82236 woman voters, are eligible to exercise their

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Manipur assembly elections: 30 % votes cast in three hours – Times of India

Manipur assembly elections: 30 % votes cast in three hoursTimes of IndiaIMPHAL: About 30 % of the 17.40 lakh voters exercised their franchise in the first three hours in Manipur legislative assembly elections today, officials said. Long queues of enthu…

Manipur assembly elections: 30 % votes cast in three hours
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IMPHAL: About 30 % of the 17.40 lakh voters exercised their franchise in the first three hours in Manipur legislative assembly elections today, officials said. Long queues of enthusiastic voters were seen at many polling booths across the valley

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Manipur assembly elections: Polling begins amid tight security – Times of India

IANSManipur assembly elections: Polling begins amid tight securityTimes of IndiaIMPHAL: Polling began in Manipur at 7am on Saturday morning, marking the start of crucial assembly elections in five states including Uttar Pradesh and Punjab. Authorities …


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Manipur assembly elections: Polling begins amid tight security
Times of India
IMPHAL: Polling began in Manipur at 7am on Saturday morning, marking the start of crucial assembly elections in five states including Uttar Pradesh and Punjab. Authorities are keeping a close watch on the security situation in this North-Eastern state
Manipur vote to kickstart India's state electionsIBNLive.com
Assembly elections: Ruling parties ask traders to keep a tab on prices of Economic Times

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Would Manipur be crying, if politicians have ears to listen? – E-Pao.net

Would Manipur be crying, if politicians have ears to listen?E-Pao.netAs the state goes to polls tomorrow, people in Manipur should reflect upon this simple fact and keep in mind that election to the 10th Manipur Legislative Assembly, which has been thr…

Would Manipur be crying, if politicians have ears to listen?
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As the state goes to polls tomorrow, people in Manipur should reflect upon this simple fact and keep in mind that election to the 10th Manipur Legislative Assembly, which has been thrust upon them once again is not just a 'democratic ritual' happening

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Manipur Election 2012: Domination by Political Issues and Threats – E-Pao.net

The HinduManipur Election 2012: Domination by Political Issues and ThreatsE-Pao.netElection 2012 for the l0th Manipur Legislative Assembly will be historic for many reasons. The ruling Congress party will be seeking power for the record of third consec…


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Manipur Election 2012: Domination by Political Issues and Threats
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Election 2012 for the l0th Manipur Legislative Assembly will be historic for many reasons. The ruling Congress party will be seeking power for the record of third consecutive term. The Congress led government has already created history by completing
In Focus: Manipur faces split verdict in HillsThe Hindu
Manipur elections: State to vote today amid tight securityEconomic Times
EC may cancel polls in 4 Manipur constituenciesLivemint
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Poll eve Bomb attacks

An old woman was killed and a 13 year old girl received injuries when some persons fired about 30 rounds at Congress Office at Namthanglong Part one under Nungba A/C last night around 7.30 p.m. The deceased was identified as Makuchwaliu Pamei (80) and the injured was identified as Gaipurei Dangmei of Khoupum Village Khunou. […]

An old woman was killed and a 13 year old girl received injuries when some persons fired about 30 rounds at Congress Office at Namthanglong Part one under Nungba A/C last night around 7.30 p.m.
The deceased was identified as Makuchwaliu Pamei (80) and the injured was identified as Gaipurei Dangmei of Khoupum Village Khunou.
In an ambush by unknown armed persons one havildar and one rifleman of 175th battalion, CRPF were killed at Kamjong Kongkang, Phungyar A/C yesterday.
A youth was killed by a team of commando near Mega School, Yaralpat this morning around 7.55 a.m. One bomb, one nine mm Pistol were seized from the possession of the victim.
A youth received injuries in a powerful bomb blast at the toilet of Dr. Y. Bilasini of Thangmeiband Hijam Leikai this morning around 11 a.m. The injured was identified as Shijagurumayum Momocha (32) Bamon Leikai Aribam Leirak.
He was fitting the bomb when the blast took place. The injured was rushed to RIMS Hospital in a critical situation.
In another incident, six women received injuries when some persons blasted a bomb at the office of Meira Paibi of Waheng Khuman
Mayai Leikai under Nambol PS last night around 10 p.m. Theses injured were identified as Ngangom Leirikmacha (50), Ngangom Ibecha (38), Yanglem Tharongoubi (60), Kshetrimayum Tababi (40), her daughter Priyalakshmi, Ngangom Gomti (30). They were rushed to RIMS Hospital.
Meanwhile some unknown persons hurled two bomb at the house of one Khuraijam Ibobi (65) Tera Sapam Leirak this morning around 4.30 a.m. one bomb was exploded in the attack.

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Eight died in poll related violence

Imphal, Jan 27: On the eve of polls to the 10th Manipur Assembly, Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) PC Lawmkunga said today that at least eight people had died in poll related violence in Manipur and 121 violent incidents took place since election notification was issued. The administration seized over Rs 1 crore of unaccounted cash, […]

Imphal, Jan 27: On the eve of polls to the 10th Manipur Assembly, Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) PC Lawmkunga said today that at least eight people had died in poll related violence in Manipur and 121 violent incidents took place since election notification was issued.
The administration seized over Rs 1 crore of unaccounted cash, which was reportedly meant for bribing voters, from different places of the State, the CEO told the media at a press conference here, adding that about 30 weapons, including country-made small arms and 770 ammunition were also seized across the State.
The Excise Department also seized 43,890 litres of both local and Indian made foreign liquors, 3,800 mg of heroin and 360 spasmo proximo capsules during the pre-poll period, Lawmkunga said.
The CEO then said two choppers—one MI-17 and another Chetak-4—are being arranged for emergency use and one station each at Imphal and Leimakhong will also be provided to the two choppers. The choppers will be used in transportation of casualties in poll related violence and EVMs, and polling personnel in and from hill districts.In tomorrow’s elections, a total of 17, 41,581 electors will decide the fate of 281 candidates, including 15 women, the CEO said.
He also said 41-Chandel Constituency has the largest number of polling stations with 49 in total and the 13-Singjamei Constituency has the least number of polling stations with only 13. Vagai Range in Churachandpur having 18 polling stations is the remotest area and that polling officers have to cross a river by boat to reach their destination, Lawmkunga added.Web-casting will be done in respect of 60 polling stations, mostly in valley district due to electricity problem, but 2357 camera has also been issued for taking photograph of voters during voting process.
Informing that according to the instruction given by Election Commission of India (ECI), all the militant cadres under Suspension of Operations (SoO) should remain confined in their respective designated camps, the CEO said 167 militants who are considered genuine voters will be exercising their votes in the general elections.
Responding to a query from reporters about Naga People’s Front (NPF) candidates being supported by NSCN-IM in the hill districts, he said he cannot officially confirm the report as yet.

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ec directs authorities to maintain alertness Election to be held today

Mail News Service Imphal, Jan 27: The Election Commission has noticed some violent and extremist activities taking place in certain areas of the state of Manipur in the run up to the polling in that State. This has included attacks on personnel on polling duty. While the Election Commission of India has taken all measures […]

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Imphal, Jan 27: The Election Commission has noticed some violent and extremist activities taking place in certain areas of the state of Manipur in the run up to the polling in that State. This has included attacks on personnel on polling duty.
While the Election Commission of India has taken all measures for free, fair and peaceful election in Manipur with full and fearless participation of voters, it is keeping track of the developing situation in the State, especially in some of the districts and constituencies.
The Commission has today once again directed the Election machinery in the State and the law and order authorities there to maintain maximum alertness and take the most stringent measures in order to ensure that peace during the polling is not affected and the election process is not vitiated.
However, the Commission has received certain concerns over the developing situation and as such, is keeping a direct watch over the situation in the State all the time and would take all measures that might become necessary to ensure free and fair polls.
Manipur will go to poll on Saturday to decide the fate of 281 candidates, including 15 women for 60 seats —general 40, scheduled cast one and scheduled tribe 19— spread over nine districts.
The Indian National Congress (INC) has fielded its candidates in all the 60 Assembly Constituencies and the PDF (People’s Democratic Front), an alliance of Manipur People’s Party (MPP), NCP and JD (U) has also put up 45 candidates, the second largest number of candidates next to INC to be fought in the 10th Manipur Assembly polls slated for January 28.
A total of 17, 41,540 electors—male 8, 51,540 and female 8, 90,041—will cast their votes in the single-phased general election 2012. Hours for voting will be from 7 am to 3 pm. The total number of polling stations in the nine districts is 2357. Polling stations are classified as normal, sensitive and hyper-sensitive. A total of 779 polling stations in both hill and valley districts have been declared hyper-sensitive.
As many as 350 companies ( 42, 000 jawans) of Central paramilitary force, including police personnel from other States are being deployed for the Manipur polls.
The Election Commission of India (ECI) has also taken up for the first time to photograph every single voter in every polling booth to prevent impersonation of voters. However, every elector can cast his or her vote by producing either EPIC or other personal identification documents like Driving License, Income Tax Identity (PAN) card, Service Identity Cards, according to ECI.
Heavyweights like the present Chief Minister, Okram Ibobi of INC (Thoubal Constituency), O. Joy of MPP (Langthabal Constituency), former chief minister Radhabinod Koijam of NCP (Thangmeiband Constituency), Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) president Gaikhangam ( Nungba Constituency), DD Thaisii of INC (Karong Constituency) and Y. Irabot of INC (Wangkhei Constituency) are also in the fray.
Counting of votes will begin from March 6 and the electioneering process will be completed on March 9.

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5 yrs, 563% rise —Manipur rate of assets growth – Indian Express

5 yrs, 563% rise —Manipur rate of assets growthIndian ExpressSince the last Assembly elections, the Manipuri politician has only gotten richer, with those showing some of the highest growth in assets part of Chief Minister Ibobi Singh's cabinet. …

5 yrs, 563% rise —Manipur rate of assets growth
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Since the last Assembly elections, the Manipuri politician has only gotten richer, with those showing some of the highest growth in assets part of Chief Minister Ibobi Singh's cabinet. In a study conducted jointly by the Association of Democratic
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Republic day observed

Mail News Service Imphal, Jan 27: The 63rd republic day celebration was observed at Kangla yesterday. The governor of Manipur Shri Gurbachan Singh handed over correction service medals to A. Ibotombi, Chief head warden central jail Sajiwa, N. Hemanta, asst. jailor, central jail Sajiwa and Th. Nabakumar, warden Central jail. The gallantary award meritorious service […]

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Imphal, Jan 27: The 63rd republic day celebration was observed at Kangla yesterday.
The governor of Manipur Shri Gurbachan Singh handed over correction service medals to A. Ibotombi, Chief head warden central jail Sajiwa, N. Hemanta, asst. jailor, central jail Sajiwa and Th. Nabakumar, warden Central jail. The gallantary award meritorious service was gifted to Khaidem, fireman, fire service. A. Joy Prakash Rifleman, S. Ibotombi, SI were the receipient of police medal for gallantary while K. Radheshyam IPS, SP, Churachandpur got the presidents police medal for distinguished service.
The governor also handed over police medal for meritorious service to Mamta Wahengbam MPS, Com. 2nd IRB Achin Haokip MPS, SP CID (SB), Chaoba, MPS, addl. SP, Imphal west, Ch. Bimol, MPS asstt. Comd. 1st M.R Piangkhan Muan Vaiphei, Subedar, MPTC, Kh. Ganasyam of 1st MR, Kizhuvalath Venu Gopal, Havildar, MPTC. These deptt which presented tableaux included Manireda, IFCD, NRHM, Power, MAHUD & Tawn Planning, RD, edn.(S), SSA, horticulture, IT, ECL, MSRRDA etc.
In connection with the 63rd republic day celebration, the folk dance festival and beating the retreat was held at Parade Ground of First M.R today.
The governor of Manipur Shri Gurbachan Jagat graced the occasion as chief guest Performanes were staged by cultural trups which included Makui cultural dance group, art and culture dramatic assn, Moirang. Amuyaima Nat Sangkritan Akademy, Harmontlang youth club cum cultural troops Churachandpur, Sanchali, Haobam Marak, Kuki dance group, Chandel and Lalit Sangeet Natya Mandir, Nongpok Takhel.
A band show jointly participated by 165th TA, AR, MR, IRB and home guard was also displayed. The 63rd Republic Day was celebrated with patriotic fervor and gusto in a number of events organised by 6/8 Gorkha Rifles of Loktak Brigade as part of Red Shield Division. Students, Teachers, Youth and Locals, all attended in large numbers.
The Republic Day hoisting of the ‘Tricolour’ was done at ITI Complex Ningthoukhong by Col Kaushik Mukherjee, Commanding Officer 6/8 Gorkha Rifles. Various Cultural programmes were performed highlighting the richness of culture of various ethnicities of Manipur.
The Battalion also presented a Fusion Music Concert on the occasion in which children of Kendriya Vidyalaya, Loktak Project, sang patriotic songs.
The 63rd Republic Day Celebrations were a resounding success, amply evident by the enthusiastic and willing participation of a large number of local people. This open defiance by the locals of the bandh call given by the UG groups shows the disillusionment of the public with violence and their yearning for peace.
5/9 Gorkha Rifles (PHILLORA) under Loktak Brigade under Red Shield Division celebrated 63rd Republic day today at INA Memorial High School at Kwakta. The National flag was hoisted by Brigadier Laove Verma, SM, Commander, Loktak Brigade and a ceremonial salute was given to the Indian Tricolors. Sweets were distributed to all the students and local populace. 11 computers were also distributed to INA Memorial School and St John’s School, Gothal, under the Military Civic Action Programme. The event was graced by melodious patriotic songs sung by PHILLORA Jazz Band.
33 Assam Rifles under the aegis of Loktak Brigade of Red Shield Division celebrated the 63rd Republic day by unfurling the National Flag at the Tac HQ in Sendra. Colonel Naresh Bhardwaj, Commandant exhorted the troops to rededicate themselves to the country. Various events were organized for the civilian populace by the companies in the schools of the areas of Kumbi, Thanga and Moirang Khunou where flag hoisting ceremony was held and sweets distributed.

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CorCom claims

The Coordination Committee CorCom of seven UG groups has claimed responsibility for the bomb left at the residence of former Chairman of ICM Phurailatpam Guneshwore at Brahmapur Laishram Leirak in the intervening night of January 25 and 26 as well as…

The Coordination Committee CorCom of seven UG groups has claimed responsibility for the bomb left at the residence of former Chairman of ICM Phurailatpam Guneshwore at Brahmapur Laishram Leirak in the intervening night of January 25 and 26 as well as for the firing attack at the Yairipok Kekru residence of Moulvi Mubarak, who is a BCC President, in the wee hours yesterday Source Hueiyen News Service

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