Manipuri journalist and activist arrested under NSA for FB posts rejecting cow dung, urine as cure for COVID-19
Journalist Kishorchandra Wangkhem and activist Erendro Leichombam were granted bail on Monday for their social media posts, but the government subsequently invoked the NSA to re-arrest them
The by-elections were necessitated after Congress MLAs of the four constituencies had resigned from the state Legislative Assembly and also quit the party
Manipur extends lockdown till 15 July, inter-district bus services to continue; state coronavirus cases rise to 1,092
The testing capacity in Manipur has increased to nearly 2,600 tests per day, CM N Biren Singh said adding that there is no case of community transmission of COVID-19 in the state.
Manipur extends lockdown till 30 June as cases rise to 71; state increases number of testing labs, to get dedicated COVID-19 hospital soon
Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh announced on Sunday extension of the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown till 30 June
A resolute Tiddim Road Athletic Union (TRAU) FC held defending champions Chennai City FC to a goalless draw in a Hero I-League match at the Khuman Lumpak Stadium on Sunday.
Two tested positive for swine flu in Manipur during coronavirus screening; one of the affected had visited China recently
Two samples among six sent for screening for novel coronavirus in Manipur tested positive for swine flu, a senior health official said on Tuesday
Winless in their last four matches, NEROCA FC host another struggling side Real Kashmir FC in an I-League match on Tuesday.
Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Thursday said he was privileged to host the first ever I-League Imphal Derby between NEROCA FC and TRAU FC, which was watched by nearly 24,000 spectators.
Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh said insurgency-related violence has decreased in the state during the last three years and he has apprised the Union home ministry of the improved situation.
Two injured in bomb blast in Manipur's capital Imphal; no group has claimed responsibility, says police
Two persons were injured on Saturday after a suspected improvised explosive device (IED) exploded in Manipur's capital Imphal, police said
The AIFF also earned a nomination after being named among three federations for AFC President Recognition Awards in Grassroots Football Developing category
Five commandos, one civilian injured in IED blast at Manipur’s Imphal; second such incident in four days
Among those injured in the IED blast at Imphal town of Manipur on Tuesday were additional superintendent of police, one sub-inspector, two assistant SIs and a rifleman, a civilian was also injured in the blast that also caused damage to some vehicles
Manipur declares Saturdays 'No School Bag Day' for students upto Class 8; move aimed at imparting extracurricular skills
The decision was taken after considering the long term physical and mental effects of carrying heavy school bags every day by young students
N Biren Singh concerned about presence of Rohingya in Manipur, urges locals to identify those responsible for their entry
Expressing concern over the presence of Rohingyas in Manipur, Chief Minister N Biren Singh has said efforts should be made to identify the people who are facilitating their entry and providing them shelter in the state.
Money ki Baat: The secret of Narendra Modi’s success in North East lies in the Budget allocation, a hefty Rs 59,000 crore
The BJP’s unprecedented success story in the nation’s North East frontier is all about taking governance and welfare to the doorstep of the citizen.
Regionalism is passé, says Manipur CM N Biren Singh, claims Modi govt will address concerns of North East in next citizenship bill
In the backdrop of an unprecedented unified protest all over the northeastern states over the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill (CAB) in the last few months, Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh has categorically ruled out any chance of a united regional political formation in the region
In Manipur, repealing AFSPA takes a backseat as political leaders shift focus to Citizenship (Amendment) Bill
In contrast to the recent elections in Manipur, AFSPA takes a back seat as civil societies and families continue their decades-long wait for justice
Manipur journalist Kishorechandra Wangkhem, jailed under NSA, hospitalised after being 'seriously ill'
Manipur journalist Kishorechandra Wangkhem, who was jailed for a year in November 2018 under the National Security Act (NSA), has taken seriously ill and is being treated at the government-owned Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Sciences (JIMS) in Imphal, reports said.
In Imphal, Rahul Gandhi slams Narendra Modi for being mediocre, says 'PMO is Publicity Minister's Office'
On the Northeast, Rahul Gandhi said tackling job crisis and increasing connectivity in the region is is his party's priority
Citizenship bill row: Curfew continues in Imphal amid protests; mobile internet services suspended till 16 February
Prohibitory orders imposed in Manipur capital Imphal continued for the second day on Wednesday even as protests against the Citizenship Bill continued