Tamei civil society organisations endorse DC’s decision to inaugurate bank

IMPHAL, Oct 20 : Several civil society organizations of Tamei said that they fully endorse the decision of the Deputy Commissioner, Tamenglong district, Armstrong Pame, to inaugurate a bank (SBI) at Tamei Headquarters on October 23.

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Adhoc committee formed against dists creation

IMPHAL, SEP 14 : In an effort to strengthen the ongoing movement against the new districts created by the previous Ibobi Singh Government, Nagas including village chiefs today conglomerated at Kanglatongbi and held a consultation meeting on the matter. After a day-long consultation an ‘Adhoc Committee’ was formed to carry out wide campaigns in order to hold further and bigger consultative meetings where all the ‘adversely’ affected people by the new districts will be participated and to take future course of action.

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Nagaland shut down threatened

DIMAPUR, Aug 29 : The anti-corruption lobby of Nagaland, Against Corruption and Unabated Taxation (ACAUT) has threatened to resort to Nagaland State wide bandh if the Government does not meet its 7-point resolution of August 25 Dimapur rally. Of the 7 resolutions ACAUT demanded particularly the demand to institute Nagaland Lokayukta and termination of all backdoor appointees “before September is out”.

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NPF, Manipur State unit to extend support to NPF Central

SENAPATI, Aug 26 : Even as internal crisis of the Naga People’s Front persists in Nagaland State, the Manipur State unit of the NPF has resolved that it will “extend support to NPF Central which is in alliance with the BJP in the state as well as at the Centre.”

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Corruption watchdog invites Nagaland Chief Minister, Ministers to speak at rally

DIMAPUR, Aug 21 : Against Corruption and Unabated Taxation (ACAUT), the popular corruption watchdog of the State of Nagaland has invited the Chief Minister of Nagaland and his Council of Ministers to speak at the anti-corruption rally in front of all Nagas gathered from all parts of Nagaland on August 25, and “lay down a road map for combating corruption including promise to stop the now ongoing exercise of withdrawal of funds from the Finance Department for vague/suspicious projects running into thousands of crores of rupees”.

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All set for tripartite talks today

Senapati, August 10 2017: The tripartite talks involving the United Naga Council (UNC), the Central Government and the State Government on the district creation issue is all set to be held on Friday, August 11, at Senapati headquarters. The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) Joint Secretary in-charge of North East, Satyendra Garg while speaking to […]

30 houses swept away in Mizoram flood

AIZAWL, Jun 18 : Even as the flooding of Khawthlangtuipui River in Tlabung sub-division area in south Mizoram’s Lunglei district bordering Bangladesh is gradually receding, many dwelling houses are still under water, sources from Tlabung said on Sunday.

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ATCPGF submits memorandum

IMPHAL, Jun 16 : The All Tribal Chiefs And Public Grievances Forum, Chandel district (ATCPGF) comprising of 12 village chiefs from various ethnic tribes has come up with an idea to start a mega cultural event in Chandel district saying that such kind of programme is extremely important in a district like Chandel which is like a “mini-cultural -Mosaic land consisting of various ethnic tribes of Manipur living together in a spectrum of peaceful co-existence”. In this regard, the ATCPGF has sought the help of Chief Minister, N Biren Singh.

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Ready to talk : Naga outfits

DIMAPUR, Jun 13 : The ‘Working Group’ of six Naga outfits has expressed its readiness to enter into a political negotiation with the Government of India “for a lasting political solution” to the protracted Naga political problem if invited by the latter (Government of India).

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Liangmai village seeks special package

IMPHAL, Jun 11: The Northern Liangmai Village Chairmen Association (NLVCA) consisting of 21 villages has sought a special package from Chief Minister N Biren for developing Kuilong area under Tamei subdivision of Tamenglong district. In a memorandum submitted to the Chief Minister jointly signed by its president Lungkhambou and secretary Ashokbou, the Association “fervently requested” […]

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CCpur JAC bats for 6th Schedule

IMPHAL, May 17 : The Joint Action Committee Against Anti Tribal Bills (JAC-AATB) has stated today that “the concocted fear by the dominant valley-dwelling community that the implementation of Sixth Schedule in the ancestral tribal Hill areas will lead to disintegration of the State (Manipur) is nothing short of a blatant attempt to retain their hegemony over the indigenous tribal people and the ancestral tribal territories. In fact, it is the desire of the tribal people for grassroot development and better delivery of administrative services through decentralized governance that is fuelling aspirations for extension of Sixth Schedule”.

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