CM-led BJP team bats for Retd judge to head probe

A 30-member state BJP delegation led by Chief Minister N Biren Singh met the Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar and other central ministers on Monday.

Police pick up six for verification

Out of about 2000 persons picked up from houses located at Hatta Golapati area on Saturday for verification of non-locals, six of them have been detained by Imphal East district police after they could not furnish identification documents.

Bodies of kid victims of Tml, Kpi tragedies found

After four days of continuous search for the two missing children, the body of a 9-month old baby boy was found at 'Apa thuak' (Apathuak Stream) by two field goers on Saturday.

Opium smuggling racket with state links busted in Punjab

The Bathinda police have cracked a case of illegal drug supplies from Manipur with arrest of two people residing at Ludhiana, and have recovered 24 kg opium from them.

MSF exposes two more errors in HSLCE marks

MSF has brought out two more errors in the results of HSLCE 2018 conducted by Board of Secondary Education Manipur (BSEM), which allegedly denied one student to make it among the top 20 position holders while another was made to fail despite passing in first division.

BAC finalises monsoon session sitting on July 20, 23

The Business Advisory Committee of Manipur Legislative Assembly has decided to convene the monsoon session of the assembly from July 20 to 23.

Border pillars not in line with traditional boundary: UCM

United Committee Manipur (UCM) president Sunil Karam has said that Border Pillar 81, which has been erected by the Indian and Myanmar governments without respecting the historical traditional and imaginary boundary should be resurveyed.

BSEM accused of denting prospect of HSLC ‘topper’

Reports have emerged that Board of Secondary Education Manipur (BSEM) gave 8 marks less to the 4th Position holder of the recently declared HSLC examinations, thereby denying the student from securing the first position in the examination.

State Vigilance launches probe to trace missing NFSA rice

The State Vigilance Commission has initiated an inquiry into the disappearance of subsidised rice allocated under the National Food Security Act (NFSA).

Public meeting on BP on Jul 16, MU Jul 15

While informing that a one-day public discussion on disputed border pillars along Manipur boundary will be held on July 16 at GM hall, United Committee Manipur (UCM) has appealed to all sections of the society to join the public discourse so that committee’s new mission to save traditional boundary of Manipur could move to the right path.

Cong leaders ridicule GTV, announce protests over BP issue

Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) is all set to launch a series of protest over the boundary issue covering all assembly constituencies in the valley areas of the state from Thursday.

Barak bridge repaired, traffic on NH-37 resumes

Vehicular traffic along the Imphal-Jiribam section of National Highway-37 resumed following completion of repairing work on Barak Bailey Bridge around 4 pm Tuesday.

GTV benefitting deprived section: Leishiyo

The District Administration of Ukhrul organised two GTV Mission camps at Nungshong for 12- Choithar DCC, Ukhrul Sub- Division, and at Hoomi village for 12 - Kachai DCC under LM Sub-Division with the participation of various line departments on Tuesday.

AR jawan dies in IED attack; PLA claims/regrets; AR condemns

A jawan of 31 Assam Rifles got killed when unknown persons (later claimed by PLA) detonated an IED near Kangpat area under Kamjong police station on Monday. The deceased jawan has been identified as Ningthoujam Subhaschandra of Khangabok.

Officials check formalin contents on frozen fishes

Officials of state food safety wing led by nodal officer Chabungbam Sanajaoba conducted a special drive to check possible formalin contents on imported frozen fishes in the markets of Imphal city on Monday.

After ban lift, kits to test formalin contents on frozen fish arrive

The much awaited test kits for checking formalin and ammonia contents on frozen fish have arrived at the state food testing laboratory here on Sunday.

ATSUM reiterates stand on ‘no ST status for Meetei’

Denouncing the ST demand movement for Meetei/Meitei, All Tribal Students’ Union Manipur (ATSUM) general secretary Joseph Hmar has reiterated that no community other than those already identified ST communities in the state should be given ST status.

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Evolution of Meetei state- Emergence of Nongda Lairen Pakhangba

Meitei (Meetei) are the children of Nongda Lairen Pakhangba, a Naga who was a Tai and Laisna, the youngest sister of Poireiton, a Chin-Kuki tribe who belongs to the Old Kuki group belonging to the Tibeto-Burman group of Mongoloid race. Meitei is also an element of Old Kukis.

Kshetri Bengoon eviction a ploy to deflect attention


Controversy has erupted over the State government decision to evict a village at Kshetri Bengoon Awang Ching in Imphal east district. According to the statement made by the state government the village comprising 72 houses in all had to be evicted as it falls within Reserve Forest areas and Chief Minister Nongthomban Biren Singh himself made a statement that there was no communal or one-sided intent in the steps taken up by the state government under the guidance of State Forest Department.

Food Safety and Standards Act


Maintaining the food quality levels in order to ensure safety and providing satisfaction to every consumer is the aim of every Food Business Operator.

Do miracles play a role in football too?


The Oxford English Dictionary defines ‘miracle’ as, inter-alia, ‘marvel’ or ‘phenomenon’ or ‘prodigy’. Its adjective form is defined as ‘superhuman’ or ‘supernatural’, among others.

History repeats itself and the history says Germany always had problem in Russia

It is often says that history has the habit of repeating itself and this time it has come in such a timing that millions of football lovers are left in complete shock and confusion.

Can yoga make the cut for Olympics?


On a day when yoga is having to jostle for mind space with a hugely popular sporting event like the FIFA World Cup, many fans of the ancient regimen are seriously dreaming up for a world cup of their own. Are they getting too carried away by the euphoria around of the 4th International Day of Yoga? Or is it a case of trusting yoga's extreme versatility to adapt itself to the demands of the time?


The Arbitration Act

The Arbitration Act governs arbitration in India, including, typically, statutory arbitrations. The UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration 1985 is the basis for the Arbitration Act. 

On some aspects of governance-II


Prime Minister Narendra Modi often talks about his government’s commitment to providing a transparent and accountable administration which works for the betterment and welfare of the common citizen.

Remembering My Father

On Sunday, ( June 17) I came across a number of touching messages written by my friends in memory of their fathers on social media. They expressed their love and gratitude to their fathers for what they had done for them. Perhaps they did not express how much they loved and cared for him when he was alive. I have always said we do not express our love and care for our parents or children.

Mission: 2019 Parliamentary elections


2019 Parliamentary elections are just one year away. Can the BJP repeat its 2014 magic this time around or would it fade away in the like manner of the Vajpayee regime during 1999-04?

How to practice Homoeopathy
(A tribute to Dr. Hahnemann, the founder of Homoeopathy on his 263rd birth anniversary)


Homoeopathy is a system of medicine discovered, practiced and promoted by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, a German physician of highest repute and a genius. It is medical system based on an infailable Law of Nature i.e. “Similia Similibus Curentur”, meaning similar is cured by similar. Dr. Hahnemann described Homoeopathy as an Art of Healing gifted by the gracious nature to the suffering humanity.

Startup Manipur Guide Lines # 1
Support and Strengthen the Entrepreneurial Culture

The Vision: Make Manipur, one of the top Startup destinations in the North East by providing the most enabling ecosystems to support and nurture start-up entrepreneurship in the State.

People live on edge when Sangai Festival comes to the city

The annual Manipur Sangai Festival-2017 is just round the corner and the state government has already started its routine dusting and moping of all roads leading to main venue creating all sorts of nuisance to the commuters. In such a scenario, mending of potholes could be done peacefully during the night-time, but it is not happening.

Do our leaders follow what they preach?

The sound bytes of our leaders, including the head of the state, cajoling us to do this or that is deafening. But the question is; do they really follow what they preach? The readers of this article, it is hoped, will after going through it can arrive to their own conclusion.

Ground water management

Ground water is the water that seeps through rocks and soil and is stored below the ground. The rocks in which ground water is stored are called aquifers. Aquifers are typically made up of gravel, sand, sandstone or limestone. Water moves through these rocks because they have large connected spaces that make them permeable.

World Mental Health Day 2017- “Mental health in the workplace”


Stigma and discrimination in the workplace Stigma plays a negative role by decreasing the chances of people seeking proper diagnosis and treatment. According to a 2008 survey in Canada, just 50% of Canadians would tell friends or co-workers that they have a family member with a mental illness, compared to 72% who would discuss a diagnosis of cancer and 68% who would talk about a family member having diabetes.

India’s Sustainable Development Goal no 6 #1
Ensuring availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.

The Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation of the World Health Organisation and United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund as of 2012 states that in India 96.7 per cent in urban and 90.7 percent of rural population have access to improved water source which can be piped water into drilling, plot or yard; public tap/standpipe; tube well/ bore well; protected dug well; protected spring and rain water collection. India is poised to achieve universal improved water coverage by 2030.

Adim Pamei: An intending candidate of 11th Manipur Assembly Elections, 2017 for peace, progress, and development

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