Friday, 25 April 2014

The Sangai Express

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Resistance Day

IMPHAL, Apr 24: The proscribed PREPAK has stated that it would start observing April 26 as ‘Indian Colonialism Resist Day’ from this year in commemoration of the Red Army’s successful strike against CRPF personnel at Patsoi Lamkhai on April 26, 1980. At .....

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Crusade on to save rare bird species

IMPHAL, Apr 24: Consequent to sighting of a Plain Pouched Hornbill (Uchek Langmeidong species), a rare bird species, recently at Sekmaijin Khunou in Imphal West district, the locals spurred by wildlife activists have reportedly been carrying out awareness.....

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Slur on IMC Chairperson

IMPHAL, Apr 24: The Imphal Municipal Council Chairperson and some Councillors have been accused of using the newly constructed toilet complex of Thangal Bazar temporary market shed as their private properties. Neither the toilet complex has been official.....

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Search operation

IMPHAL, Apr 24: As part of security measure ahead of President of India’s visit to the State on April 29, a combined team of police commandos and IRB personnel conducted search operation at Langthabal Kunja Awang Leikai in Imphal West district under the s.....

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Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with his wifer after casting vote.

High turnout in sixth phase of Lok Sabha polls

NEW DELHI, Apr 24 : High voter enthusiasm on Thursday marked the sixth phase of polling covering 117 constituencies spread across 12 states as the race to the Lok Sabha crossed the half-way mark with stakes high for Congress and BJP. Barring the killing .....

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NCPCR chief assures children's security

IMPHAL, Apr 24: National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) Chairperson Kushal Singh has pledged to spare no efforts for the welfare and security of children. Kushal Singh arrived here yesterday afternoon and she addressed a teachers’ train.....

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Rongmei rights under scanner

Kohima, Apr 24 : The fate of the Rongmei community in Nagaland hangs in balance with the state government deciding to review the recognition it had given to the community in 2012. The state government has set up a five-member committee, led by chief secr.....

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NGO activists air water woes in hill districts

IMPHAL, Apr 24: Due to abnormal seasonal rains, acute water scarcity has hit all the hill districts too. In their efforts to fetch water from far off water sources, many school children are missing their classes, said the North East Dialogue Forum while u.....

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Wildfire devastates Langol arboretum

IMPHAL, Apr 24: Even as fire-fighters prevented extensive devastation in Chingmei ching (hill-lock), located in the Keibul Lamjao national Park after wildfire broke out there this afternoon, nearly 5-6 hectares of a botanical garden (arboretum) in Langol .....

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KYKL blames economic policy for Manipur’s decadence

IMPHAL, Apr 24 : KYKL Chairman N Oken has categorically stated that the alleged colonial rule and its economic policy are responsible for the ills, evils and the all round decadence seen in Manipuri (Kanglei) society today. A statement issued by the Chai.....

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