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Woman succumbs to injuries raising Koirengei fire death toll to two

Woman succumbs to injuries raising Koirengei fire death toll to two

🕔21:27, 22.Oct 2014

IMPHAL, October 22: A 44-year-old woman, injured in yesterday`™s devastating fire at Koirengei turning has succumbed to her burn injuries at the Regional Institute of Medical Sciences raising the death toll from the car crash ignited inferno to two. A

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Festival Fever Untreated

Festival Fever Untreated

🕔21:27, 22.Oct 2014

The festival of light is already here to be celebrated with fervor and merriment. It will be immediately followed by another awaited festival of Ningol Chakouba. As curtain raiser to this festival, every year, fairs are organised at different pockets,

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Oil tanker drivers go on steering wheel-down strike

Oil tanker drivers go on steering wheel-down strike

🕔21:27, 22.Oct 2014

IMPHAL, October 22: Tanker drivers under the All Manipur Petroleum Tankers`™ Drivers Union have launched a steering wheel-down strike from 1pm today against charges made by an oil tanker driver that the union`™s president Y Bhupenchandra Ghosh had used a

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MPTCC to announce Phase-I tickets for 2017 Assembly elections

MPTCC to announce Phase-I tickets for 2017 Assembly elections

🕔21:27, 22.Oct 2014

IMPHAL, October 22: The Manipur Pradesh Trinamool Congress Committee (MPTCC) is already preparing for a grand strategy to ensure a resounding success at the General Assembly elections in 2017 after losing the Hiyanglam assembly constituency seat to the Congress. The

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Over 1000 cases of duplicate voters detected in Ukhrul

Over 1000 cases of duplicate voters detected in Ukhrul

🕔21:27, 22.Oct 2014

R Lester Makang UKHRUL, October 23: More than 1000 cases of duplicate voters have so far been detected out of the 2046 possible cases of double/multiple entries which were sorted from the overall electoral list of Ukhrul district recently. An

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Sensitise students on human rights consequences of AFSPA imposition: NESO

Sensitise students on human rights consequences of AFSPA imposition: NESO

🕔21:27, 22.Oct 2014

IMPHAL, October 22: A consultation on Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958 at Meghalaya resolved to sensitise the student community of the North East on the human rights consequences of the prolonged imposition of AFSPA in the region, said a

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Ambitious Integrated Water Supply Project for Imphal already underway: PHED chief

Ambitious Integrated Water Supply Project for Imphal already underway: PHED chief

🕔21:27, 22.Oct 2014

IMPHAL, October 22: The present pipelines for the water supply system in Imphal began being laid in 1960 and continued till around 1990. This is the main reason for the corroding pipes and leakages of the supply lines, PHED chief

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Consultation on ILP system and Rights of Indigenous people held at Chandel

Consultation on ILP system and Rights of Indigenous people held at Chandel

🕔21:27, 22.Oct 2014

Imphal, October 22: A consultation on the issue of Inner Line Permit System and Rights of the Indigenous People was held today at Chandel. The program held at Chamdil Khubul village in Chandel District was organized by Chamdil Khubul Social

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Angora rabbits to be distributed to livestock farmers in CCpur and Bishenpur

Angora rabbits to be distributed to livestock farmers in CCpur and Bishenpur

🕔21:27, 22.Oct 2014

IMPHAL, October 22: The All Tribal Students`™ Union Manipur has withdrawn its highway bandh following an agreement reached during a meeting today with the State government under Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh, said deputy Chief Minister Gaikhangam. He was speaking

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Govt agrees to concede 80 percent of ATSUM` RoTO demands

Govt agrees to concede 80 percent of ATSUM` RoTO demands

🕔21:27, 22.Oct 2014

IMPHAL, October 22: The talks between the All Tribal Students`™ Union, Manipur and the State government held from 9 am to 2 pm today has produced a positive outcome with the students`™ body and the government reaching an agreement. In

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