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IT News Imphal, April 19: The 65 years old man identified as S. Mapunei, who had allegedly rape a 13 years old girl on April 17 was arrested by a team of Heingang Police from Heingang area at around 8 pm yesterday. However, the locals of Kanglatombi area intensify agitation with additional demands of legal
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IT News Imphal April 19: A painting exhibition was organized today at Keishamthong Kabui Community Hall, Imphal on the occasion of the first death anniversary of late artist Poujairung Thaimei. Amu Kamei, President of Zelianglong Union Assam, Manipur and Nagaland, attending the function as chief guest said that all the priceless works done by late
IT News Imphal April 19: After the physical assault of 4 campers of the relief camp opened at Jiribam Govt. Higher Secondary School by Additional SP, Ngamkhei Kanba Lup Jiribam has called a 48 hour long general strike since the last midnight. The 48 hours general strike adversely affected the normal life at Jiribam. General
IT News Imphal April 19: Family members of Naorem Indrajit who was allegedly beaten black and blue by the party of one Khumukcham Barlin who proclaimed himself to be a traditional healer on the 16th of February this year sought justice. During a press meet held today at Manipur Press Club Majorkhul, wife of the
Siamchinthang Tangpua LAMKA, April 19: Superintendent of the CCpur District Hospital Dr Shyam Sunder Singh, MD today clarified regarding the death of an 11 year old minor boy after being operated at the hospital and said the hospital had tried its level best to save the little boy. It may be mentioned here that 11 year
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Editorial One person reported died in police firing during a protest for punishment of a rapist yesterday. It is impossible to shake off the feeling of déjà-vu as yet another despicable incident of a 65 years old man torturing and raping a young girl. The gory details of the crime leaves one stunned, more so
By – A. Romen Kumar Singh, IPS (Retd.) Advocate. Violence against woman is a recurring crime across the globe and India (including Manipur) is no exception in this regard. The case at hand is the epitome of aggression against a woman and it is shocking that even with rapid modernization such crime persists in
Lenin Wangkheirakpam IT New Imphal, April 18: Koubru Mountain, which is regarded as one of the most sacred places of Manipur and believed to be the place where the creation human beings took place according to Meitei Mythology, is now in the need of attention from each and every section of people of the state
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EDITORIAL The deed is finally done and the people are easing back into their normal life once again after a hectic and rather contemplative couple of weeks running up to the polls. This edition of the race to the parliament has seen certain changes in the response of the public, and has also thrown up
Imphal, April 18: The former rebels belonging to seven outlawed underground organisations have once again threatened to take up arms if the government fails to fulfil the commitments made while signing the Memorandum of Understanding. These rebels had come over ground on the basis of the MoU. Talking to reporters on Thursday night Ruhini Puyam,