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Tribals – Who Are They?

The terms ‘Tribals’ and ‘Tribal People’ have not been precisely defined in the Constitution of India. A skillfully coined phrase ‘Scheduled Tribe’ occupies a large portion of the Constitution. But the Constitution does not define Scheduled Tribes as such. Article 366(25) refers to Scheduled... 

EDITORIAL: Educating Inao And Tombi

Ever since the Union Human Resources Development portfolio fell into the lap of Kapil Sibal, the Minister has shown that he is a man out to revolutionize the education system in the country. It is towards this end, why the grading system has started in schools affiliated to the Central Board of School... 

ICC World Cup Cricket– Double Whammy Glory For India, Tragedy Strikes, Kills Woman At Thoubal

The hole made by the bullet on the roof, the bullet and Thoubal police out on damage control exercise. Image Credit: Sangai Photo. IMPHAL, Apr 3: The historic moment brought about by the Indian cricket team in winning the ICC World Cup 2011 has turned to be a moment of heart-break and anguish for the... 

NE Militant Arrested At IGI

NEW DELHI, Apr 4: The Special Cell of Delhi Police has arrested a suspected member of a banned insurgent group of Manipur with 200 kg of ephedrine, a banned drug, worth Rs 20 lakh, at the IGI Airport on Saturday. The accused is identified as Napoleon, said sources. “We had received information... 

Rotary Club Conducts Screening

IMPHAL, Apr 3: After having successfully conducted heart surgery to 40 children who have congenital heart disease under its Heart to Heart Project, Rotary Club of Imphal conducted another round of screening for the second phase at Koirengei today. Screening for the third phase for the same project will... 

AMBA Office Inaugurated

IMPHAL, Apr 3: The newly constructed office building of All Manipur Bar Association (AMBA) has been inaugurated today by works Minister K Ranjit Singh at the Cheirap Court Complex. Speaking as the chief guest, Ranjit highlighted responsibility of the legal practitioners to work effectively in order to... 

Most Schools Ready To Implement RTE

IMPHAL, Apr 3: Although most schools have expressed their willingness to implement the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education, four schools namely Nirmalabas School, St Joseph’s School, Little Flower School and Catholic School have categorically stated they would not implement the same... 

1st Seed Of Moreh Market Complex Sown

IMPHAL, Apr 3: As part of the Government’s initiative to boost trans-border trade between India and Myanmar, the foundation stone for a multi-storey market complex was laid today at Moreh jeep parking area by Commerce and Industries Minister Y Erabot. The market complex to be constructed under the... 

Committee Asked To Inspect IT & KT Road

IMPHAL, Apr 3: In a quest for accurate judgment over allegations and counter allegations often made against road construction works undertaken under various development projects in the State, a handful of elders from Tamenglong district have raised their concern about a Court Order directing a committee... 

Adivasi Ratna Award To Sharmila

IMPHAL, Apr 3 : Irom Chanu Sharmila has been conferred the Adivasi Ratna Award in recognition of her unwavering over 10 year old crusade against the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act 1958. The award was handed over to Sharmila’s elder brother Irom Singhajit who is also managing trustee of the Just... 

Positive Signs In Reconciliation Drive

DIMAPUR, Apr 3: There has been encouraging development with regards to the ongoing Naga reconciliation process which had witnessed a roller coaster ride in recent time. The NSCN-K has expressed its commitment of holding the “highest level meeting” of the Naga underground leaders. Meeting of topmost... 

Stage Set For First Phase Assam Assembly Polls, Baruah’s Threat Hangs Heavy In The Air

GUWAHATI, Apr 3: The stage is all set for the first phase of Assam assembly polls in 62 of the 126 constituencies to be held amid tight security in 13 districts tomorrow. Polling personnel assigned to far-flung areas have already left for their stations since Friday and those near to the district or... 

BRIEF NEWS: April 04, 2011

MI Khan’s house attacked IMPHAL, Apr 3: Private residence of rebel turned politician MI Khan was attacked by lobbying a hand grenade at Keirao Makting Makha Leikai under Irilbung police station in Imphal East district this morning. The hand grenade having no detonator was found inside a dust-bin kept... 
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