Protest against demonetisation of November 8, 2016 : 10 parties join hands to observe Black Day

Imphal, November 03 2017: Altogether 10 political parties have come together to observe Black Day on November 8 in protest against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement of November 8 last year which demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes then in circulation. The Black Day observation which would feature a mass rally and a public […]

Imphal, November 03 2017: Altogether 10 political parties have come together to observe Black Day on November 8 in protest against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement of November 8 last year which demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes then in circulation. The Black Day observation which would feature a mass rally and a public […]

Kukis recall and pledge to move ahead on Black Day

IMP/KPI/MOREH, September 13 2017: Kuki people across the State today observed Black Day (Sahnit Ni) to mourn and condole the victims who lost their lives at the hand of alleged Naga militants in the 1990s . Moreh based Hill Tribal Council (HTC), Kuki Chiefs’ Association, MYC, KSO, KWUHR today jointly organised Kuki Black Day observance […]

IMP/KPI/MOREH, September 13 2017: Kuki people across the State today observed Black Day (Sahnit Ni) to mourn and condole the victims who lost their lives at the hand of alleged Naga militants in the 1990s . Moreh based Hill Tribal Council (HTC), Kuki Chiefs’ Association, MYC, KSO, KWUHR today jointly organised Kuki Black Day observance […]

AMCTA to observe ‘Black Day’ on August 22 against non-implementation of 7th pay scale

Imphal, August 20 2017: Extending solidarity to the call of All India Federation of University and College Teachers’ Organisation (AIFUCTO) to protest the inordinate delay in implementation of 7th UGC Pay Review Committee which is pending before the Central Cabinet, All Manipur College Teachers’ Association (AMCTA) will be observing ‘Black Day’ on August 22 . […]

Imphal, August 20 2017: Extending solidarity to the call of All India Federation of University and College Teachers’ Organisation (AIFUCTO) to protest the inordinate delay in implementation of 7th UGC Pay Review Committee which is pending before the Central Cabinet, All Manipur College Teachers’ Association (AMCTA) will be observing ‘Black Day’ on August 22 . […]

Kukis observe ‘black day’, seek justice for ‘genocide’

IMPHAL: Kukis from across the state staged rallies on Tuesday denouncing what they describe as an act of genocide perpetrated on them by National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Isak-Muivah) militants in the 1990s. Between 1992 and 1997, NSCN (IM) had launched attacks across Manipur, killing 905 Kukis and burning down 360 Kuki villages. One lakh […]

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IMPHAL: Kukis from across the state staged rallies on Tuesday denouncing what they describe as an act of genocide perpetrated on them by National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Isak-Muivah) militants in the 1990s. Between 1992 and 1997, NSCN (IM) had launched attacks across Manipur, killing 905 Kukis and burning down 360 Kuki villages. One lakh […]

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KSO spells out details of Black Day observation

IMPHAL, Sep 11 : Stating that SAHNIT NI also known as Black Day will be observed by the Kuki people at various places across the State under the aegis of Kuki Inpi, Manipur and KSO, General Hqs, the student body spelt out the details of how the day wil…

IMPHAL, Sep 11 : Stating that SAHNIT NI also known as Black Day will be observed by the Kuki people at various places across the State under the aegis of Kuki Inpi, Manipur and KSO, General Hqs, the student body spelt out the details of how the day will be observed on September 13.

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Kuki Black day to be observed today

KANGPOKPI, September 12: The Kuki Black Day or Sahnit Ni in Kuki dialect will be observed for Justice at Kangpokpi tomorrow. Chonkam Kipgen, Chairman of Kangpokpi Town Committee said that

Kuki Black Day

Kuki Black Day (Photo for representation only)

KANGPOKPI, September 12: The Kuki Black Day or Sahnit Ni in Kuki dialect will be observed for Justice at Kangpokpi tomorrow.

Chonkam Kipgen, Chairman of Kangpokpi Town Committee said that as part of the observation of the Kuki Black Day all churches within Kangpokpi will organize a mass prayer in their respective areas tomorrow morning.

In the evening at around 6 pm, candle lit service will be organized at the memorial monument site in front of the Inspector Bungalow (I.B) at Kangpokpi under the aegis of Kangpokpi Town Committee in collaboration with KWWO and KYU, he informed.

A giant black banner reading, `Kuki Black Day`™ has already been put up in the heart of the town and every household members of the town had been informed to hang a black flag in their respective households as a mark of mourning, homage and pray for justice.

He also appealed to all the denizens of Kangpokpi to participate in the candle lit service.

CorCom general strike concludes peacefully

IMPHAL, October 15: The 18 hour general strike imposed by the Coordination Committee, CorCom a conglomeration of six outfits namely KCP, KYKL, PREEPAK, PREEPAK (Pro), RPF and UNLF hugely affected

Keisampat Juction on Black Day

Keisampat Juction on Black Day

IMPHAL, October 15: The 18 hour general strike imposed by the Coordination Committee, CorCom a conglomeration of six outfits namely KCP, KYKL, PREEPAK, PREEPAK (Pro), RPF and UNLF hugely affected normal life in the State today.

The general strike was called as part of the CorCom`™s observation of the National Black Day against the signing of the merger agreement on September 21, 1949 at Shillong following which Manipur merged with India.

It commenced from midnight yesterday and concluded this evening at 6.

Market places remained closed for the day at most places including in the State capital and elsewhere.

Both the main bazaars of the State capital remained empty and deserted.

Government offices also witness thin attendance. Schools, colleges remained closed.

Both inter-district and inter-State passenger services remained off the roads. Roads wore deserted looks.

However, no untoward incidents were reported during the general strike.

Medical emergencies, religious rituals and the media were exempted from the purview of today`™s bandh.

THOUBAL (correspondent): The 18-hour general strike concluded peacefully in the district this evening. Most roads in the district remained deserted, while most government and private institutes remained closed for the day in the district.

Important offices in the district as well as the otherwise busy market places in the district, Thoubal market and Kakching market also remained closed for the day.

JIRIBAM (correspondent): The general strike also affected normal life of Jiribam. Vehicles coming from Imphal towards Nungba, Tamenglong and Silchar,

Cachar Assam were also held up at several areas. Educational institutes, government offices, banks and oil pumps as well as markets and shops remained closed.

However, no incidents occurred during the strike.