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Delhi Agrees To Defer Talk

IMPHAL, May 29 : The Union Home Ministry has agreed to indefinite postponement of the tripartite talk involving the United Naga Council (UNC), the State Government and Government of India scheduled to held tomorrow (May 30) at Senapati. An official source informed that the State Cabinet deliberated on... 

Tripartite Talk: Points Made Clear, Claims UNC, Memo Of Sept 14, 2010 Held As Trump Card

IMPHAL, May 29: Reacting to the demand of the State Government to make the agenda of the tripartite talk clear, the United Naga Council (UNC) has claimed that it has already been made clear that the talk should be on the issue contained in the memorandum dated September 14, 2010 submitted to the Government... 

FCI Truckers Opt For NH-53

IMPHAL, May 29: Trans-porters engaged in shipping rice and other PDS items under Food Corporation of India (FCI) to Imphal have opted for NH 53 (Imphal-Jiribam road) permanently as their route. A decision to this effect was adopted during a get-together function of con- tractors, truck owners and drivers... 

IMC Polls: Results For 13 Wards Declared, Cong Leads With 7 Under Its Belt

Counting of votes for IMC underway. Image Credit: Sangai Photo IMPHAL, May 29: The counting is yet to be over, but the Congress has already surged ahead in the election to the Imphal Municipal Council, winning seven of the 13 wards, for which results were declared at the time of filing this report late... 
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Response To Ethnic Politics: Beyond The Knee Jerk Reactions

Knee jerk response! That is what sums up the Cabinet decision to disallow the meeting of the NPF at Senapati twice in a short span of 48 hours with full support from other political parties. The implications of that will go in history as one classic example of how governance and political culture in... 

EDITORIAL: ‘No Entry’ Growl To ‘Personal Request’ Squeak! Quixotic Decisions

It was definitely a bucket of cold water after a hot shower and it is hard to say which side was left more bemused-those rolling out the red carpet at Senapati district headquarters or those who had imposed a dawn to dusk general strike in Imphal. Word smiths we are, but the temptation to flip through... 

BRIEF NEWS: May 30, 2011

HTC Moreh IMPHAL, May 29: Hill Tribal Council, Moreh and Meetei Council, Moreh have urged the Leibi Village Authority to call off the ongoing bandh being clamped along Imphal-Moreh section of NH-39. The bandh has caused immense inconvenience to the general public, said a press of HTC Moreh. Expressing...