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Hands Of law Enforcers In Human Trafficking Admitted

IMPHAL, Jun 22: Law enforcers are also involved in human trafficking. That is why it is a serious problem, DIGP (HQs) and SSP of Imphal East District (Additional charge) Clay Khongsai, IPS has stated. Continuing the efforts of sensitizing the police to the problems of human trafficking in Manipur, a... 

UNC Fires On All Cylinders Against Fictitious ‘Naga Crusaders’, Dimapur Daily Asked To Come Clean

IMPHAL, June 23: The United Naga Council (UNC) has termed the statement of the so called ‘Naga Crusaders’ as a ‘fictitious publication’ and strongly condemned it. The UNC demanded from Nagaland Post newspaper to come out openly in this connection while identifying who the so called ‘Naga Crusaders’... 

Meghen Strikes Anti-Factionalism Stand

GUWAHATI, Jun 23 : All the people who believe in the revolutionary movement for restoring the ‘lost sovereignty’ of Manipur should keep away any intention or thought of splitting their parent organizations into factions, stated UNLF Chairman RK Meghen alias Sanayaima. He also appealed not to just... 
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Kohima Daily Carries Unauthenticated Report, Editor Expresses Regret, UCM, AMUCO Issue Calm Calls, Mischief Makers Don Mask Of Crusaders, NSCN (IM) Not Amused

IMPHAL, Jun 22: Even as the Dimapur-based Nagaland Post carried an unauthenticated report in the 22nd June edition, the United Committee Manipur (UCM) and All Manipur United Clubs’ Organization (AMUCO) have urged the public to exercise maximum restraint in subduing attempts by vested interest to create... 

Haopi Range: From A Hotbed Of Militants To A forgotten Place

LAMKA, Jun 22: The journey of Haopi Range in Churachandpur district, from an area virtually under the rule of militants to a liberated zone has been significant but its story of significance ends here for today this area stands as a mute testimony of Government negligence and apathy. With the place existing... 
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DoNER Boost For Education In State

NEW DELHI, Jun 22: The Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER) has approved projects worth Rs12.96 crores for the Education Sector of Manipur. The costs of the projects would be met from the Non Lapsable Central Pool of Resources (NLCPR) fund administered by the Ministry. In the 96th... 

EDITORIAL: Naga Crusaders: A Bunch Of Jokers Invoking The Four S

The Naga Crusaders. This is the name of the latest entrant to the list of jokers we have in Manipur but with a dangerous agenda. The name itself suggests that these jokers believe or want to pull wool over the eyes of the public by christening themselves ‘crusaders’, crusading for something on behalf... 

Cabinet Gives Nod To June 30 Talk On Alternative Arrangement, Chief Secretary To Lead State Team

IMPHAL, Jun 21: An official team of the State Government led by Chief Secretary will hold talks with the United Naga Council (UNC) at Senapati on June 30 while representatives of Union Home Ministry will participate in the talks as observers. Talking to media persons in this connection, spokesperson... 

Senapati Declaration: UNC’s Fresh Deadline For Next Round Of Talk For Alternative Arrangement, Home Ministry For Tripartite Talks Before June 30

IMPHAL, Jun 20: Following the ultimatum served to the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) by the United Naga Council for holding the tripartite talk by June 30, the Ministry has conveyed the matter to the State Government and suggested that the tripartite talk be held before June 30. A highly placed... 

NH-53 Continue To Cut Sorry Figure, Jiri FCI Godown Crippled

IMPHAL, Jun 20: Apart from seeing no signs of improvement in the condition of Imphal–Jiribam stretch of National Highway-53, functioning of FCI at Jiribam continue to remain crippled due to lack of required infrastructures causing lots of inconveniences to the transporters. Along with a team of... 

Tension Grips Nungba Over Fund Embezzlement

IMPHAL, Jun 20: The common issue of misappropriation of MGNREGS fund and forfeiting wages of workers entitled to the scheme as reported from different parts of the State has snowballed into a major issue in Nungba sub-divisional headquarters. Consequent upon the alleged MGNREGS fund misappropriation... 

COPTAM Calls 60 Hrs Bandh

LAMKA, Jun 20: Claiming that the ultimatum served to the State Government earlier, expired yesterday, COPTAM has today announced that it would go ahead with the 60 hour bandh as was warned before and added that it would take recourse to more aggressive steps if nothing constructive transpires within... 
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Khuga Dam JAC Knocks At Delhi’s Door Again

NEW DELHI, Jun 20: Six months after its inauguration, the Joint Action Committee on Khuga Dam is back in Delhi to pursue its demand for an expert team to investigate the execution of the project. In petitions submitted to the Deputy Chairman of Planning Commission Montek Singh Ahluwalia and Union Minister...