Manipur CM: 259 Myanmar immigrants deported illegally

Manipur Chief minister N Biren Singh told house security measures have been taken up there to ensure that the immigrants are not mixed with the local people

Bharat jodo yatra 2.0: Logo and tagline of 6,000 km march unveiled

Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge unveiled the logo and tagline, "Nyay Ka Haq Milne Tak". The yatra, starting from Imphal, aims to touch 110 districts, 100 Lok Sabha seats, and 337 assembly seats.

Manipur: Violence on first day of year, four reported dead

The incident has reportedly taken place in Lilong Chingjao where armed miscreants opened fire at people which left four persons dead and fourteen other injured, of whom many are stated to be critical.

Manipur’s displaced women stitch Japanese dolls for hope

GUWAHATI: Online pre-sale campaign of dolls stitched by the internally displaced women of the ethnic-strife-hit northeastern state of Manipur, has exceeded expectations, becoming a global movement for empowerment, storytelling and mental health healing. This venture is being undertaken under the ‘Stitching Hope’ initiative constructed by the ‘1 Million Heroes’ international brand from Singapore. The initiative […]

Manipur tribal body accuses army, police of detaining 12 ‘innocents’

NEW DELHI: In the midst of ongoing ethnic turmoil that has gripped Manipur for six long months, the Indigenous Tribal Liberation Front (ITLF) has accused paramilitary forces belonging to the Assam Rifles and the state police of detaining 12 tribal people they describe as “innocent.” The incident unfolded in the town of Moreh on Wednesday, […]

Manipur: Pork frenzy in Imphal Valley as prices plunge amid health concerns

GUWAHATI: Pork is currently available at prices ranging between Rs 150 and Rs 200 per kg, nearly half the typical retail price of Rs 350 – Rs 380. The reason behind this price reduction remains uncertain, although the Manipur Progressive Pig Farmers’ Association reported that numerous pigs had died due to an unidentified disease in […]

Coffin Rally in Manipur As Part Of Remembrance Day

IMPHAL: As the Kuki-Zo people across Kangpokpi district observed the fifth remembrance day today, they demanded the Center for settlement of their political aspirations for the sake of justice and long-lasting peace. The fifth remembrance day was held at Brig. M. Thomas Ground, Kangpokpi town under the aegis of the Committee on Tribal Unity Sadar […]

Manipur: Women attempt to storm police stations, total curfew reimposed in Imphal

Meitei Women Linked to Meira Paibis Storm Police Stations in Manipur

Army says women activists aiding Manipur rioters, releases evidence

Indian Army has released a video showing how women activists obstruct security operations and block roads to delay troop movement in violence-hit Manipur.