IMPHAL, Sep 24: The movement for the inclusion of Meitei/Meetei in the Scheduled Tribe list of India has intensified with today’s public convention setting a deadline to the State Government of Manipur to submit its (State Government) recommendation to the Central Government.
IMPHAL, Sep 24 (DIPR):With a view to give recreational space to the citizens of Manipur as well as tourists, the State Government will launch a ‘Night Plaza’ along the Kangla moat (eastern half of NH-2 from Raj Bhavan turning to PWD turning) starting from October 2, MAHUD and Town Planning Minister Thounaojam Shyamkumar said today. He opined that the opening of ‘Night Plaza’, upholding the traditional and cultural values of the society, will help in improving a healthy family life in Imphal city.
YANGON, Sep 24
Myanmar’s army said on Sunday that a mass grave of 28 Hindus had been discovered in violence- wracked Rakhine State, blaming the killings on Muslim Rohingya militants.
IMPHAL, Sep 24: Apart from lighting their own premises, Grid Connected Rooftop Solar Power Plants (GCRSPP) have succeeded in illuminating a whole locality while the balanced power is sold to the State.
IMPHAL, Sep 24: Asserting that the uprooting of Manipur’s sovereign status by India in 1949 has been the fundamental moot point and cause for the armed liberation struggle, the proscribed Revolutionary People’s Front (RPF) has categorically stated that restoration of Manipur’s independent status ought to be a collective responsibility of every Manipuri.
DIMAPUR, Sep 24: The Working Committee (WC) of six other Naga outfits popularly known as “6 Naga National Political Groups or NNPGs” will be holding political negotiation with the Government of India any time from now.
DIMAPUR, Sep 24: After remaining in silence for a long time, Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) has come out today with an “appeal to the leaders of the Naga National Groups to demonstrate political wisdom and statesmanship by turning to the path of Naga reconciliation in order to safeguard the Naga historical and political rights”.
KOHIMA, Sep 24 : South Korean’s company, Korea Gas Corp (KOGAS), the world’s second-biggest liquefied natural gas (LNG) importer from Iran, Saudi Arab and Nicobar Island, is keen to explore
IMPHAL, Sep 24 : Lourembam Loken has appealed to the authority concerned for a speedy trial to deliver justice for the death of his wife.
KOHIMA, Sep 24 :The two-day North East (NE) summit has recommended connectivity led infrastructure revolution in the region, developing NE Ring Road, North East Implementation Agency and High Powered NE Economic Forum.
IMPHAL, Sep 23: Taking serious note of the acute shortage of LPG in Manipur, the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has taken up certain special measures for the State to address the crisis.
New Delhi, Sep 23 :Gathered here to condemn the death of one of their fraternity members, journalists on Friday resolved to fight for a better protection mechanism for those who cover news from conflict-hit locations.
KANGPOKPI, Sep 23 : Forty eight years old Chongpi, wife of Mulmu (49), of T Lhangnomphai village located about 2 kms from Moreh in Tengnoupal district is poor but more than poverty it is the pain of seeing her child, who was born with Sacrococcygeal Teratoma Type-I on September 3 this year, that is slowly eating into her existence.
But she carries on bravely, a courage that has come from the selfless love of her child.