Public lambast Biren’s government on banning Internet

IMPHAL | Sept 22 (IFP) : There have been widespread negative reactions from the public regarding the mobile internet ban imposed by Biren’s government. In a poll taken by IFP, there is absolutely no feedback saying that banning the internet over the MU issue is called for. The ban began on September 21 morning after CM Biren directed the pro VC, K Yugindro to file an FIR against the university teachers and students, which led to subsequent arrests of the university campus by police and the arrest Read more [...]

Nagaland Assembly passed Six-Point Resolution on the Indo-Naga political issue

On the last day of the 2nd Session of the 13th Nagaland Legislative Assembly on September 20, 2018, a Six-Point Resolution on the on Indo- Naga Political issue was unanimously passed in the Assembly. The Six-Point Resolution passed in the Assembly is as follows: Places on record its deep appreciation for the invaluable sacrifices made by the Nagas over the past seven decades in their effort to bring an honorable, acceptable, inclusive and expeditious settlement of the Indo- Naga Political Read more [...]

Fogging drive to control dengue outbreak in Dimapur

DIMAPUR, Sept 18: DC Dimapur, Sushil Kumar Patel, in a press release, has informed the following colony chairman, youth and public to cooperate and guide in their areas as ‘Agarwal Mahasabh’ is organising fogging drive to control dengue outbreak in Dimapur town and adjoining areas with effect from 18th to 30th September 2018. Golaghat road, Eros lane and Nagaland gate area on 19-09-18 Kalibari road, west yard and Marwari patty on 20-09-18 Circular road, Khermahal, Clock tower and Read more [...]

National Nutrition Mission observed at Longleng

LONGLEN, Sept 18: Rashtriya Poshan Maah (National Nutrition Mission) celebration for Longleng Block was held at EBRC Longleng on Monday with Dr. Wannau Phom MO, District Hospital Longleng as the Resource Person. Dr. Wannau emphasized on nutrition deficiency diseases of children and pregnant mothers. He spoke on health care of a pregnant mother, breast & complementary feeding, Anemia, Hypertension, causes of low weight birth, and change of physical, mental & behavior of a child during adolescent Read more [...]

‘Delay in delivering justice a reason for loss of faith in judiciary’

IMPHAL | Sept 15(IFP) : Unnecessary delays in delivering justice have become a cause of great concern and the main factor for people in losing faith in the judiciary, said president of All Manipur Bar Association (AMBA), H. Chandrajit Sharma. He was speaking as the president of the function during the observation of the 67th foundation day of AMBA held today at Cheirap Court complex, Imphal West. He said the members of AMBA have the primary responsibility of striving for the upliftment and Read more [...]

‘Out of NE’s 196 vulnerable languages, Manipuri language ranked 140th’

IMPHAL | Sept 15 (IFP): UNESCO Club Manipur is set to organise a month long campaign to commemorate the 73rd anniversary of the signing of UN Charter which also known as United Nations Day. The campaign will be held from September 23 to October 24 under the theme of ‘Peace and Development through Education’ with an objective to preserve and promote endangering language and dialects of the state, said joint secretary of UNESCO Club Manipur, Thokchom Chandramani Singh in a press conference held Read more [...]

Naga political talks in an advanced stage, solution soon: Ram Madhav

KOHIMA, Sept 15 (NEPS): BJP National Secretary in-charge of Northeast and J&K, Ram Madhav said the ongoing Naga political dialogue for settlement of the Naga issue was in an advanced stage and expressed the hope that it would be resolved soon. Talking to the press people here at the Heliport on Saturday, the National BJP leader, while stating the Naga issue as complicated, said all the stakeholders would taken on board while trying to find a permanent solution to it. When asked about a Read more [...]

O. Joy warns to carry out Mass movement against A.P. Pandey

IMPHAL | Sept 13 (IFP) : There will be no easy and steady solutions to the Manipur University crisis which is very unfortunate for the students of the state, said former minister, O. joy and further appealed the people to teach a lesson to the vice-chancellor if he continues to work against the interest of the people. Speaking with media persons in his residence at Kakwa today, O. Joy said that wasting 106 days in a year is a great loss for the students. Ministry of human resource have performed Read more [...]