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ATSUM expresses concern over execution of RMSA projects

IMPHAL, February 1:The completion of 39 schools, which were upgraded to high schools, being constructed by the engineering wing of education (S) is doubtful...

Jiri body stresses on `peoples` initiative` for opening of super-market complex

JIRIBAM, February 1: Several quarters of the Jiribam public have expressed concern that even though there is every possibility that the sub-division will be...

NESO condemns death of student in Delhi

IMPHAL, January 1: The dead of 18 year old college student from Arunachal Pradesh on Thursday after being allegedly beaten up by locals at...

Phanjoubam Santosh`s photo exhibition kicks off

IMPHAL, February 1: "I am just speechless after watching this photo exhibition, this is like going back through time, it mirrors Manipur" Sonia Nepram,...

ATSUM threatens stir over apathy towards tribals

IMPHAL, February 1: The All Tribal Student’s Manipur (ATSUM) Tribal market, New Nambulan has threatened to impose economic blockade in the hill districts from...

Rishang, oldest parliamentarian, calls it a day

IMPHAL, Feb 1:  In 1952, he was among the youngest MPs elected to India`s first Lok Sabha. Rishang Keishing, India`s oldest parliamentarian at 94,...

Muslim bodies` call for Modi boycott is politically motivated, says Chaoba

IMPHAL, February 1: The proposed arrival of BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has already created much flutter in the state’s political scenario with...

The wilderness near the city

By RK Lakhi Kant Wild birds, peacocks and deer abound, In this low lying forest near my place; A thicket with a small taste of village life: Village...

“Sadder Humanity“ for consideration

By Ananya S Guha. People do not read books nowadays laments everyone. It is because of the internet boom, and the emergence of a phenomenon...

Health Functionality of Hawaijar

By K Lakshmi Bala Fermented foods and beverages now form a large and important sector of the food industry. Indigenous fermented foods were acknowledged to...

Still Searching

By M.C. Linthoingambee Nobody can quite fathom the pain of a parent searching for their missing children. How many of these children gets found? A...

When Tagore watched `The Tent`

By Joshy Joseph The Symphony No 5 was inside Beethovan’s brain, when he first conceived it. A group of musicians invoke that experience, aurally, from...