IMPHAL, Jun 20 : Outbreak of an unknown disease has reportedly claimed some cattle in Tamei area of Tamenglong district, Manipur in the past one month or so.
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AIZAWL, Jun 19 : So far 12 people have lost their lives and 877 dwelling houses destroyed due to landslides and flash floods triggered by incessant rains that lashed Mizoram from June 9, an official report said today.
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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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SENAPATI, Jun 18 : The 12-hour ‘total shutdown’ imposed by the United Naga Council (UNC) in ‘Naga territories’ in Manipur ended without stray incidents.
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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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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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AIZAWL, Jun 13 : Over 400 houses have been submerged as Tlawng river and Khawthlangtuipui river overflowed their banks in Mizoram caused by incessant rainfall since Monday. However, there was no report of human casualty so far.
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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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DIMAPUR, May 17: A new political party christened Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) was floated today in Nagaland with many former NPF leaders leading the party.
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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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DIMAPUR, May 9 : The NSCN-IM has stated today that “in the midst of tantrum created by people and organizations averse to reaching an honorable political solution with India, the NSCN once again assures the people that the Indo-Naga political talks is …
IMPHAL, Apr 3: Manipur Chief Minister Nongthombam Biren Singh on Monday said media can help bring all communities in the State together, adding his slogan to bridge the gap between the hills and valley is “go to the hills.”
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AIZAWL, Apr 2 : At least 70 houses were damaged in Mizoram bordering Assam when a squall accompanied by hailstorm lashed the northern part of the State on Sunday morning, sources said. The reports said that villagers of Vairengte and Saiphai are experi…
IMPHAL, Apr 1: Rain continued to wreak havok in the twin capital districts of Imphal West and Imphal East and other places of Manpur throwing life out of gear for the third consecutive day today. Last Thursday’s rainfall crossed 100 mm within 24 hours which was the highest since 1954, according to officials.
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DIMAPUR, Apr 1: The NSCN-IM claimed today that the Indo-Naga political talks is on the verge of conclusion and the outfit has appealed to all the Naga people to be “cautious in words and actions” which could be detrimental and give negative impact to t…
IMPHAL, Mar 30: The All Manipur Working Journalists’ Union (AMWJU) today submitted an 11-point charter of demands to Manipur Chief Minister Nongthombam Biren Singh, which include setting up of a press academy.
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KOHIMA, Mar 30 : Chief Minister of Nagaland and Naga People’s Front (NPF) president Dr Shurhozelie Liezietsu said that even as the NPF party stands for early solution to the Naga political problem which is honorable and acceptable to all sections of the society and that it supports the Framework Agreement arrived at between the Government of India and the NSCN (IM) on August 3, 2015, “it does not mean that the party supports one single Naga political group and that it stands for inclusiveness of all groups and sections of the Naga society while arriving at a final solution”.
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IMPHAL, Mar 28 : After the new State Government under the initiative of Chief Minister Nongthombam Biren Singh invited the Joint Action Committee JAC Against Anti-Tribal Bills (JAC-AATB) to a meeting, the Joint Action Committee continued its series of …
IMPHAL, Mar 28: On the eve of the lunar year festival Sajibu Nongma Panba Cheiraoba, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Manipur Governor Dr Najma Heptulla and Chief Minister Nongthombam Biren Singh have greeted the people of Manipur.
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SHILLONG, Mar 24 : The Assam Rifles celebrated its 182nd Raising Day on Friday through a solemn Ceremony was held at the Headquarters of the Directorate General of Assam Rifles, Laitkor, Shillong. The programme commenced with Wreath Laying Ceremony, w…