Thursday, 24 July 2014

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Two found dead

IMPHAL, Jul 23: Police have recovered two dead bodies from different localities today. In the first incident, body of a male was recovered from the western side of Keishampat bridge at around 6 am. Police have deposited the body at RIMS morgue for post .....

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RNAL appeals

IMPHAL, Jul 23: Saying that all the ir demands as well as service rules of RIMS were discussed in a joint meeting of RIMS authority and officials of the Union Health Ministry on July 18, the RIMS Nurses Association Lamphelpat (RNAL) exuded that all the co.....

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CADA meeting

IMPHAL, Jul 23: The Coalition Against Drugs & Alcohol (CADA) in association with Wabagai Mairenbam Meira Paibi Lup has organised on Wednesday a discussion meeting on “Impact of Drugs and Alcohol to Students’ Community” at the community hall of the Wabagai.....

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AMPFA lauds

IMPHAL, Jul 23: The All Manipur Progressive Farmers’ Association (AMPFA) has in a press release lauded the Government of Manipur for its Cabinet approval to the Draft Manipur Conservation of Paddy Land Bill, 2014 which would be tabled in the ongoing State.....

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MBBS/BDS counseling

IMPHAL, Jul 23: The AIPMT-2014 qualified and eligible candidates for Manipur are hereby informed that the date of second counseling is fixed on July 27, 2014 at the Jubilee Hall of the Regional Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS), Imphal at 10:00 am for .....

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TYCM condemns

IMPHAL, Jul 23: Condemning the killing of Shaloni Akha, Tribal Youth Council, Manipur (TYCM) has urged the Delhi Government and Central Government to take up necessary steps to award befitting punishment to the culprits and ensure safety to North East peo.....

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Manipuri Diaspora condemns killing of Saloni in Delhi

IMPHAL, Jul 23: The Manipuri Diaspora Assam strongly condemned the killing of Manipuri youth Saloni in Delhi. In a press release issued by Dr. M Santi Kumar Singha, general secretary Manipuri Diaspora Assam and member of Manipuri Development Council conv.....

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AIPMT-2014 counselling

IMPHAL, Jul 23: Counselling with regards to AIPMT-2014 for the qualified and eligible candidates of MBBS/BDS courses for available seats is scheduled to be held on July 27 at Jubilee Hall, RIMS at 10 am. The list of the selected and waiting list candidate.....

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Post-Matric scholarship

THOUBAL, Jul 23: Anal Lenruwl Taangpi (ALT), Chandel has informed the students studying within Chandel district Hqs schools, who wish to apply for Post-Matric Scholarship under the Tribal Affairs Department for the session 2014-15 to collect application f.....

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ZYF accuses contractor

IMPHAL, Jul 23: The Zeliangrong Youth Front (ZYF) has accused one contractor Ningtinglung alias Johny of threatening its president with dire consequences, attempted physical attack, using derogatory words, insulting community leaders at public gathering a.....

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Police action condemned

Kangpokpi, Jul 23: People of Kangpokpi have condemned thrashing of Semgoulen Singson s/o Thangboi Singson of Kangpokpi Ward No 4 by the police. Police allegedly barged into the house of Thangboi Singson and mercilessly thrashed his son Semgoulen Singson,.....

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ATSUM submits memo

IMPHAL, Jul 23: All Tribal Students Union Manipur (ATSUM) has submitted a memorandum to Manipur Legislative Assembly Speaker Th Lokeshwar demanding filling up backlog posts by holding a special recruitment drive in accordance with the reservation policy......

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ATDUM to stage rally against rape

Imphal, Jul 23: The All Tribal Disable Union, Manipur (ATDUM) in a press conference today announced that the union would stage a rally in Imphal on July 30 to protest the rape of a 13-year-old student of Government Ideal Blind School. ATDUM president-in.....

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Copies of magazine ‘First Word’ and the effigy of its chief advisor Surjit Chakrabarti being burned for publishing wrong and fabricated news at Lilong on Wednesday

Rampant deforestation lands State in precarious condition: Debendra

IMPHAL, Jul 23: On account of rampant deforestation acti-vities in the hill areas of Mani- pur and concentration of majo-rity of the State’s population in the small valley area, forest revenue as well as land revenue have landed in a precarious situation,.....

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RIMS keen to appoint voluntary nurses on contract basis?

IMPHAL, Jul 23: RIMS authority is allegedly working to appoint voluntary nurses engaged in RIMS for a period of one month on contract basis for a longer period. The vo-luntary nurses were selected to serve at RIMS through draw of lots. A well placed sour.....

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Hate crime or racial attack ? Mortal remains brought home

IMPHAL, Jul 23: The mortal remains of A Shaloni, who was beaten to death by a group of people on the midnight of July 21 in Kotla Mubarakpur area, New Delhi, was brought to Imphal today on an Indigo flight. After a condolence service, the body was taken t.....

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UNC announces 48 hrs bandh

IMPHAL, Jul 23: Protesting Central Govern-ment’s alleged failure to intervene into Ukhrul issue, the United Naga Council (UNC) has announced a 48-hours vehicular bandh in Naga areas along NH-2, NH-37 and NH-150 with effect from the midnight of July 24. I.....

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Human right activists meet

IMPHAL, Jul 23: A public meeting held today at Manipur Press Club here demanded the Government to enact a law under the relevant provision of the UN Decla-ration on Human Rights Defenders for protection of human right defenders in the State. The meeting .....

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Rabina, Sanjit remembered on death anniv

IMPHAL, Jul 23: The 5th death anniversary of Thok-chom Rabina and Chungkham Sanjit was observed at Lam-sang Bazar in Imphal West district today. Organised by Joint Action Committee Against the Brutal Killings of Thokchom Rabina and Chungkham Sanjit, the.....

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Cease fire has no territorial limits, insists NSCN-IM

DIMAPUR, Jul 23: The blow-hot and blow-cold relationship between the Government of India and the NSCN-IM took a fresh turn today with the Naga outfit strongly reiterating that the cease fire is without territorial limits but the Government of India’s Cea.....

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"2432 UG cadres arrested since 2012"

IMPHAL, Jul 23: A total of 2432 cadres of different UG groups were arrested since April 2012 till date and a sum of Rs 61,86,723 was seized from their possession. This was stated by Deputy Chief Minister Gaikhangam in response to a query put up by MLA L .....

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ORS week celebration inaugurated

IMPHAL, Jul 23: The inaugural function of ORS week during July 23-29 with the theme “Ensure ORS Prescription in Full Description” organised by the Pediatric Association of Manipur (PAM) and National Neonatology Forum, Manipur State Branch was on Wednesday.....

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Consultation meet on Development Injustice held

IMPHAL, Jul 23: The Centre for Research & Advocacy (CRA) Manipur, the Citizens Concern for Dams & Development (CCDD), All Loktak Lake Areas Fishermen Union (ALLAFUM) and the Mapithel Dam Affected Villagers Organization (MDAVO) has on Wednesday organized c.....

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Noney JAC reiterates its demand to BRTF

IMPHAL, Jul 23: The Joint Action Committee (JAC) against the tragic accident of BRTF truck on June 19, 2014 has decided to take up further course of agitation as no response has come forth from the road construction agency. On June 30 in its memorandum t.....

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ATSUM irked by flip flop stand of Education Minister

IMPHAL, July 23: The All Tribal Students’ Union Manipur (ATSUM), Muan Tombing group has been irked by the alleged flip-flop stand of the education minister of Manipur on the matter of contract lecturers’ regularisation. It said the Manipur education minis.....

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CCpur public shoulder the onus of repairing roads

Lamka, Jul 23: Government’s failure in ensuring all-weathered roads to most areas in Churachandpur district has forced the public to assume the task of repairing roads with readying to conduct mass social work on atleast two highways to revamp the roads w.....

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Acharya meets NE youth

NEW DELHI, Jul 23: The newly appointed Nagaland Governor, PB Acharya, today met a delegation of North East youths in New Delhi today afternoon. The Governor interacted with the youths on problems faced by the youths and North East people in the capital .....

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ATRPF threatens

IMPHAL, Jul 23: The All Tribal Right Protection Forum Manipur (ATRPF) has threatened to clamp a total indefinite economic blockade on three National Highways if their demand is not fulfilled. ATRPF has condemned the alleged indifferent attitude shown to .....

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PYSO, KYSO caution Govt

Senapati, Jul 23: Purul Youth and Student’s Organization and Koide Youth and Student’s Organization have cautioned that the they would launch agitation if Maram-Koide-Purul road is not revamped at the earliest. The condition of the road which connects mo.....

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‘Probe Pre-Matric scholarship issue’

Lamka, Jul 23: The Manipur Tribal Students’ Association, Mumbai has petitioned the Chief Secretary who is also the State Vigilance Commissioner to launch a vigilance inquiry into the delay in implementation of pre-matric scholarship scheme for ST students.....

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NPF reacts, rejects Home Minister’s assertion

IMPHAL, July 23: The Naga People’s Front (NPF), Manipur State has said it totally rejected the contention of Manipur Deputy Chief Minister Gaikhagam who also holds the charge of the Home portfolio made on the floor of the Assembly that the NPF statement w.....

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