Churachand Maharaja owned Manipur Rajbari now a Government property

Yumnam Bijaya Devi The origin of Manipur Rajbari, Redlands can be traced back in the year 1927 when Sir Churachand, the Maharaja of Manipur purchased ‘Inglesby’ complex at Rs 10,000 (Rs. Ten thousand) from one Jamatullah, son of Aulad Hussain, a prominent citizen of Shillong whose families are now staying opposite Presbyterian Church in Police […]

SC transfers road rage case to Gauhati HC

New Delhi, July 18 2017: The Supreme Court today transferred the appeal challenging the conviction of Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh’s son for lesser offence in a 2011 road rage case from Manipur to the Gauhati High Court . The apex Court also provided security cover of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) to […]

Manipur killings: Amicus Curiae on ‘Army & Constitutionalism’; No legal impediment to register FIRs, says Manipur

Murali Krishnan (Courtesy : Bar and Bench) The hearing in Supreme Court in the Manipur encounter killings with respect to cases in which Gauhati and Manipur High Courts had ordered judicial inquiries concluded on April 20 . The matter was heard by a Bench of Justices Madan B Lokur and UU Lalit, which reserved its […]

AMBA protests appointment of AG

IMPHAL, Apr 20 : Members of All Manipur Bar Association (AMBA) staged a sit-in-protest at Cheirap Court complex today against the proposed appointment of Advocate General of Manipur from outside the State. Speaking to media persons, AMBA president H Chandrajit Sharma reminded that Advocate General is a Constitutional post and demanded the authority concerned to […]

Curses come home to roost

Sometime in 2010, three former cadres of the Manipur’s People’s Liberation Army were “recruited” by 3 Corps of the Indian Army based at Rangapahar near Dimapur (Nagaland), under its intelligence and surveillance unit that reports to its General Officer Commanding. The three had apparently been used by this “cloak and dagger” unit for activities that […]

‘Mizoram court attack first of its kind in the country’

AIZWAL: Gauhati High Court Chief Justice Ajit Singh has said the attack on court buildings, offices and residential quarters of judicial officers in Mizoram’s Lunglei town by an unruly mob on September 22 was the first of its kind in the country and had to be taken seriously, said Gauhati HC chief justice Ajit Singh. […]

Gauhati High Court seeks report from Meghalaya Govt on recent mine mishap

The post Gauhati High Court seeks report from Meghalaya Govt on recent mine mishap appeared first on  KanglaOnline.com.The Gauhati High Court has sought a report from the Meghalaya Government on the recent mine mishap which claimed lives of 15 miners….