Although the state government has issued directives against the setting up refugee camps, local communities are clandestinely providing shelter to refugees
Centre, NSCN-IM peace pact on the brink of collapse; separatist demands, unconstitutional expectations make negotiations with North East insurgent groups hard
It is clear that the Centre and the armed group are not on the same page while interpreting the Framework Agreement signed between the parties on 3 August 2015 which Prime Minister Narendra Modi had termed as historic.
Is Manipur going the Kashmir way? As dissent against Biren Singh grows, BJP may resort to President's Rule
The in-fighting within BJP in the saffron party-led Manipur government has finally reached its zenith.
Resolution of Manipur financial crisis unlikely soon as internal power tussle puts Biren Singh at risk of losing CM post
The power tussle in Manipur has taken a turn for the worse, with Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Thursday taking over key departments.
The rescue of 179 Nepali nationals reveals Moreh, a bustling commercial town bordering Myanmar, to be an emerging point for human trafficking.
Manipur fears return of insurgency as opposition to citizenship bill grows among natives dismayed at being outnumbered
The Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019 is fermenting alienation and mistrust in the North East and might infuse a fresh lease of life to insurgency in Manipur
Broken benches, walls and drainage in NIT Manipur: Students threaten to quit comparing campus conditions to living in jungle
Fed up with lack of basic amenities and proper infrastructure at NIT Manipur, all the 912 students of the technical institute have threatened to quit if the authorities fail to address their grievances
Manipur journalist's arrest shows how National Security Act is being misused to silence voices against State
Manipur, the easternmost Indian border state, plagued by unemployment and armed conflict, is fondly referred to as a ‘paradise’ in journalistic circles.
Kukis mourn massacred kin in Manipur, seek homeland as Centre gets set to implement Naga pact inked with NSCN-IM
Significantly the Kukis have chosen to scale up the Black Day observation this year when the Government of India is all set to seal the Naga peace pact based on the Framework Agreement.
7 Rohingya Muslims deported to Myanmar from Manipur's Moreh; illegal immigrant says 'happy to leave India'
As the Supreme Court refused to stay the deportation of seven Rohingya Muslims on Thursday, they will now be deported back to Myanmar from Manipur's Moreh. The Centre had informed the court that Myanmar was ready to accept them as its citizens.
Manipur University meltdown shows no signs of mellowing, six student bodies declare 48-hour strike from tomorrow
Y Yugindro Singh, the pro-vice-chancellor on whose complaint the police action took place resulting in the arrest of 89 students and six teachers has suspended the arrested professors.
Manipur University row: Chaos returns to the central university after arrest of six professors and 89 students
Just as things were returning to normal in the Manipur University, police crackdown on agitators put the university back on reverse gear.
Once owned by almost every household in Manipur, the population of the pony has dwindled drastically because their grazing grounds have depleted and they have lost social value
Kwatha Khunou village in Manipur feels betrayed as India cedes vast swathes of land to Myanmar in shoddy border survey
Kwatha Khonou fears with India pursuing an appeasement policy toward Myanmar and allowing construction of border pillars much into Indian territories, totally disregarding age-old traditional boundaries.