IMPHAL, Dec 30: The State Government has asked the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) to remove all the oil tankers which are currently occupying the Inter State Bus Terminus (ISBT), Chingmeirong.

Even as Chief Minister Okram Ibobi himself has asked the IOC of

(Contd from previous issue)

6th Day – Rangpatmei

Early in the morining of Raangpatmei, Ralen -Loumei ceremony is performed at the northern village gate by the members of village council for well-being and prosperity of the whole village. One cock each t

A number of assorted arms and ammunition have been seized in the course of search operations conducted by Assam Rifles and police commandos in some fish farms located at Khoidumpat, Thoubal district under Kakching police station.

Altogether one lathode

The proscribed KYKL has refuted any connection between the outfit and Loitongbam Hemchandra of Sagolband Moirang Hanuba Mamang Leirak, his two sons Bimol Meitei (40) and Dinachandra Meitei (35) and Laihourrungbam Saratchandra (40) s/o L Ibohal of Top Awan

Chief Minister O Ibobi today presided a high level meeting and reviewed the status of HIV/AIDS prevalence rate in Manipur and also the different counter measures being taken up by Manipur State AIDS Control Society (MSACS).

Difficulties being encountered

A team of Narcotic Cell, Imphal West seized two parcels containing 26, 884 Spasmo Proxyvon capsules from the Imphal Head Post Office.

The approximate value of the seized drugs is about Rs 2 lakh in the grey market, according to a statement issued by the

Employees of Imphal Municipal Council today staged a sit in protest against the Govt’s decision to relocate IMC to Lamphelpat.

Thoudam Sobita Devi, general secretary of IMC Employees’ Union Manipur said that the Govt had taken a decision to shift the IMC

President of Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee and Deputy Chief Minister Gaikhangam has greeted the people of Manipur on the occasion of New Year. In a message today, the Deputy Chief Minister prayed that the coming year will usher in peace and prosperit

Melbourne, Dec 30 :Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Tuesday retired from Test cricket with immediate effect, citing strain of playing all formats, after his team lost the Border-Gavaskar Trophy to Australia.

“One of India’s greatest Test c