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Zomi Council Ready To Get Vocal On Tribal Autonomy

LAMKA, Jun 10: Zomi Council, the apex body of the Zomi tribes is all set to get vocal on its demand for autonomous tribal state within Manipur with the inauguration of a new administrative office here early today. Tribe leaders of the ever growing Zomi tribes, nine as of now, attended and address the... 

Structural Mapping For Oil Search

IMPHAL, May 8: Oil and Natural Gas Commission (ONGC) is conducting structural mapping for exploration of petroleum in Churachandpur and Tamenglong districts but surface mapping has been already completed. Following discovery of two exploration blocks in the two districts which form parts of Assam-Arakan... 

BRIEF NEWS: May 05, 2011

Dupester handed over to cops IMPHAL, May 4: Personnel of Imphal police station have reportedly taken into custody an individual on the charge of duping passengers by posing as conductor of Inter-State passenger service operator. The accused person identified as one Md Liyauddin (20) of Sangaiyumpham... 

EDITORIAL: Withholding DPC Results

The new pattern is, DPC results have not been declared so long and in the meantime another DPC has been conducted anew. The old DPC results have been buried in the sands of time and the new DPC has replaced it. This is how recruitment processes are done under the incumbent Government. More often than... 

BRIEF NEWS: April 19, 2011

Minister’s wife laid to rest with fitting tribute IMPHAL, Apr 18: The wife of Power Minister T Phungzathang who expired early yesterday at their residence in Paite Veng, Imphal was laid to rest today at their private premises here with a consummate tribute following a prolong illness. Chhungi, also... 

CDSU Wants AR To Own Up ‘Misconduct’

LAMKA, Apr 15: In a fresh twist over the alleged torture of Churachandpur District Students Union (CDSU) volunteers by the Assam Rifles on April 11, the district apex students’ body today said it would fight ‘this issue’ to the end, unless and until the concerned officer apologies and the Assam... 

Assam Rifles Rejects CDSU Claims

IMPHAL, Apr 13: The Assam Rifles has categorically dismissed allegations by the Churachandpur District Students’ Association (CDSU) that their volunteers were beaten by the Assam Rifles at Salbung cemetery area near Churachandpur on April 11 as false and misleading. A PIB (DW) release quoting Assam... 

CDSU Accuses Assam Rifles Of Inhuman Thrashing

IMPHAL, April 12: Churachandpur District Students’ Union (CDSU) has accused 46 Assam Rifles of battering its volunteers at Koite cemetery, some 2 km away from Churachandpur police station. Speaking to NNN on the phone, president of CDSU, Hahau, alleged that “personnel of 46 Assam Rifles battered... 

CM Opens SBI Branch In Churachandpur

Chief Minister O Ibobi Singh speaks during the training programme at YPA Hall, New Lamka. Image Credit: Sangai Photo. LAMKA, April 2: Chief Minister O Ibobi today inaugurated a new SBI branch at Tuibuong here while he also attended a training program on the flagship schemes of the SPF government alongside... 

BRIEF NEWS: March 30, 2011

Two killed in flash flood LAMKA, Mar 29: Flash floods triggered by heavy showers that hit the interior sub-divisions of Churachandpur district yester- day claimed the lives of two individuals in separate incidents while two others had a narrow escape, according to a belated report received today. As... 

Kawlhen Celebrates 121st Anniversary

LAMKA, Mar 28: One of the oldest villages under Henglep sub-division, Kawlhen on Saturday recalled its legendary ancestors as it celebrated the 121 years of the village establishment and the golden jubilee of its youth club and the Zillai. Presently under the Chieftainship of Henglep MLA, T Manga Vaiphei,... 

JAC Negates IFC Minister On Two Counts

LAMKA, Mar 26: Accusing the IFC minister of misleading the house when responding to a question pertaining to the breaching of Khuga Dam’s western canal, the JAC of Khuga Dam raised certain posers negating the minister’s assertion. A statement issued by the chairman and in-charge secretary of the... 

ATSUM Resumes Economic Blockade

LAMKA, Mar 24: Adding more teeth in the charter of demands put before the Govt, the All Tribal Stu-dents’ Union, Manipur has gone ahead and imposed economic-blockades along the State’s two lifelines, as announced earlier. NNN reports that 70 loaded trucks are stranded at Mao Gate. ‘We resumed...