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
Section 144 imposed in Imphal ahead of tabling of citizenship bill in RS; prohibitory orders issued after 165 organisations agitate
Prohibitory orders under Section 144 of CrPC have been imposed in East and West Imphal districts ahead of the tabling of Citizenship (Amendment) Bill
Citizenship bill protest: Six women injured in Manipur's Imphal following clash with cops; Section 144 imposed
Six women sustained injuries when the police fired tear gas shells, smoke bombs in Imphal to disperse protesters demanding withdrawal of the citizenship bill
Three jawans, civilian injured in attack at Manipur's Imphal Polo ground after hand grenades hurled at Assam Rifles team
Three jawans of Assam Rifles and one civilian were injured in a grenade attack at Imphal Polo ground on Thursday evening
Narendra Modi in Manipur: PM inaugurates integrated check post among eight key projects, lays foundation stone for four others
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the projects during a public rally in Imphal. These include an integrated check post in Moreh, Dolaithabi Barrage, a food storage godown and a buffer water reservoir
Biren Singh defends arrest of journalist in Manipur, says cannot tolerate humiliation of 'national heroes' like Narendra Modi
The Manipur chief minister's remarks came in the context of journalist Kishorechandra Wangkhemcha who was arrested under the National Security Act in November for allegedly making derogatory comments against him.
Manipur journalist sentenced to year in jail for calling CM Biren Singh 'puppet of Centre'; detained under National Security Act
A 39-year-old journalist who works for a local TV channel, on 27 November allegedly after he uploaded videos criticising the BJP-led governments in Manipur and the Centre for observing Rani Jhansi's birth anniversary.
Supreme Court rejects plea of Indian Army men challenging FIRs against security forces in AFSPA areas
The bench had observed that the use of "excessive force" by the armed forces or police was not permissible in 'disturbed areas' under AFSPA.
Manipur chief minister Biren Singh says AFSPA imposition to be reviewed; army calls Act prerequisite to ensure peace
Major General VK Mishra, the General Officer Commanding (GOC) of 57 Mountain Division of the Army, which spearheads counter-insurgency operations in Manipur, said the AFSPA is a prerequisite for the Army to operate for maintaining peace in the militancy-affected state.
Manipur University row: Eight students, six teachers released; chief minister says 'normalcy will be restored' in varsity
Students and teachers of Manipur University were arrestedon 21 September after an FIR was lodged on a complaint by then acting V-C Prof Yugindro Singh.
Manipur University crisis: Student bodies plan strike from 26 September; MUSU demands release of jailed students
In a statement on Sunday, the Manipur University Students' Union lashed out at Singh, whose complaint led to the arrest of 89 students and six teachers of Manipur University during the raids.
Manipur University row: Varsity's suspended V-C was facing protests over financial irregularities, favouritism
Around half an hour post-midnight on Thursday, hundreds of policemen barged into the Manipur University hostels.
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.
Manipur University news updates: BHU council mulls suspending AP Pandey from university over MU raid controversy
Manipur University news LIVE updates: According to the highly placed sources in the Banaras Hindu University (BHU), the executive council is now contemplating suspending AP Pandey from the university. The decision is being taken in view of controversies surrounding Pandey.
Manipur University row: Police detain 89 students, six professors in midnight raids; V-C AP Pandey under fire for appointing deputy
90 students of Manipur University were arrested from the hostels and many were injured during the incident. Five faculty members have also been taken into custody following massive tear gas and mock bomb attacks and the university is under sieze of Armed Forces and Police Commandos.
Manipur lynching: Sub-inspector, three officers suspended after video of incident shows they were 'present at spot'
Three days after a 26-year-old man was lynched in Imphal West district on suspicion of being a vehicle lifter, police have suspended a sub-inspector and terminated the services of three other officers.
Man lynched in Imphal over suspicion of stealing vehicles; Manipur Police arrests five suspects
A man has been allegedly lynched in Imphal West district of Manipur on suspicion of stealing vehicles, a senior police officer said.
Manipur: NIA seizes Rs 48 lakh in cash during probe into activities of terror organisation Kangleipak Communist Party
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has seized Rs 48 lakh in cash from a woman during an investigation into the activities of proscribed terrorist organisation Kangleipak Communist Party (KCP).