New Delhi, Feb 27 :A total of 54 crorepati candidates are in the fray for the first phase of Manipur Assembly elections to be held on March 4, while eight have declared criminal cases against them, according to a recent report.
IMPHAL, Feb 27: The United Committee Manipur (UCM) and the Committee of Civil Societies Kangleipak (CCSK) have appealed to all the candidates of the ensuing State Assembly election to come…
KAKCHING, Feb 27: The Congress Government in the State has failed to implement various welfare schemes taken up by BJP Government at the Centre under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for farmers, senior citizens, educated unemployed youth and needy people of the State.
IMPHAL, Feb 27: Deman-ding justice in many fake encounter/extra judicial killing cases, students of different colleges marched toward the Raj Bhavan today under the aegis of Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA).
IMPHAL, Feb 27 : Stating their position on the upcoming Assembly election, the United Naga Council has asserted that the Naga people will oppose Chief Minister O Ibobi and the MPCC and added that the Naga People’s Front will be the bandwagon on which all the Nagas in Manipur will face the Assembly election.
IMPHAL, Feb 27 : MPSC were held to a goalless draw by KRYPSHA while ESU, Wangkhei blanked YWC, Langthabal 5 goals to nil in the ongoing 8th AMFA Senior Women League for BM Trophy at the Artificial Turf, Khuman Lampak today.
IMPHAL, Feb 27 : Khurai Polo Club (KPC) and Manipur Police Sports Club-A registered convincing wins in the ongoing 7th 57 Mountain Division Polo Tournament underway at Mapal Kangjeibung today.
The war of words between the BJP and the Congress is getting intense. And the verbal duel is confined not only at the flag hoisting ceremonies of different candidates or while speaking to the media, but also in the advertisements that have been issued to the Imphal based newspapers here.
The present paper attempts to look into the various rites and ceremonies by which Zeliangrong society marks the physiological phases of human life and all its crises and transitions. These rites and ceremonies are mainly concerned with securing the active help of the God and passive for bearable of the malignant spirits, so as to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the individual and his family at the different turning points in his life cycle. They are also public and collective occasions which emphasize the relations of mutual harmony and solidarity between the individual and society and the dependence of the former on the latter.
Formidable issues against the backdrop of electioneering in Manipur are the controversial Framework Agreement (FA) signed on 3rd August 2015; the indefinite economic blockade on the two lifelines of the people against the creation of seven new districts; and the 15 long years of alleged corruption by the Congress.
Unlike numerous other nations that chalked up independence from colonial rule, our nation India prides on being a democratic republic country regardless of its size and diversity. As a nation which upholds representative democracy, Indian constitution under article 326 gages the citizens who are not less than 18 years of age to be eligible as a voter in legislative assembly election. Owing to this fact, citizens of India on the basis of adult suffrage elect representatives quinquennially. And as our state Manipur brace up for yet another legislative assembly election, time has come for us to buckle up our aura of political caliber as we cherry-pick the best and esteemable candidate who can frame laws and policies on our behalf.
Bishnupur: A flag hoisting ceremony cum political conference of LJP candidate N Ibohal Meitei was hosted today at Kumbi ward no 3 Ithai Khunou.
Bishnupur: With a view to appreciate the diverse communities of Manipur which have been present since time immemorial, 173th settlement day of Chothe tribes residing in Lamlang Hupi Chothe under Bishnupur Municipal Council ward no 12 was held today.