Booked for sedition, two Manipur journalists released after admitting article published due to 'oversight'
The police had also booked executive editor Paojel Chaoba and editor-in-chief Dhiren Sadokpam of The Frontier Manipur online news portal under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act
Manipur ADG Arvind Kumar shoots self, taken to hospital; condition serious, says state's chief secretary
A senior officer said that Kumar shot himself with his service revolver in his office in Manipur Rifles Compound and the reasons behind him taking the step are being probed
JNU research scholar accuses Manipur of harassing Pangal Muslims in newspaper article, state government responds with author's arrest
Chingiz Khan, a scholar of medieval history was first detained on 9 April and subsequently slapped with various sections of the Indian Penal Code which pertain to sedition, promoting enmity, public mischief and criminal conspiracy respectively.
Mob vandalises Assam Rifles vehicle in Manipur's Senapati district following arrest of NSCN(IM) cadre
A mob vandalised an Assam Rifles (AR) vehicle in Manipur's Senapati district on Friday following the arrest of a cadre of the NSCN(IM), officials said.
Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh has said that police will launch a massive drive against illegal sale of liquor and unlawful production of spurious liquor in the state
Manipur extra-judicial killings: SC agrees to reconstitute bench to hear cases alleging killings by police, Indian Army, Assam Rifles
The Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to reconstitute a bench for hearing cases on alleged extra-judicial killings by the Army, the Assam Rifles and the Manipur Police in the insurgency-hit state.
Indian Women's League 2019: Sethu FC's dominant display earns them maiden title as Manipur Police cry foul over refereeing
The Indian Women’s League 2019 is over and Sethu FC emerged champions continuing a brilliant run for Tamil Nadu teams, started by Chennaiyin FC in the Indian Super League last season and extended by Chennai City in the I-League this year.
Indian Women's League 2019: Captain Bala Devi bags six as rampant Manipur Police put 10 past Bangalore United
Manipur Police captain Bala Devi was on song as she struck in the 3rd, 15th, 16th, 23rd, 59th and 78th minutes against a hapless Bangalore defence, to power her team to a commanding victory.
IWL 2019: Ratanbala Devi's hat-trick helps Sethu FC stay at top, Manipur Police beat Baroda Football Academy
Ratnabala Devi's hat-trick helped Sethu FC beat SAI-STC Cuttack 9-0 and stay at top of IWL 2019
Two cadres of the proscribed militant outfit People's Liberation Army (PLA) were arrested by security forces in Manipur's Imphal East district
Manipur fake encounters: Supreme Court dismisses police plea on judges' recusal, says it is without any basis
Besides the personnel of Manipur Police, the court has also been moved by over 300 serving Army officers and personnel against the dilution of Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) that gives immunity to the military from prosecution for actions in disturbed areas where it is in force.
A combined team of Manipur police and Assam Rifles arrested five cadres belonging to three different banned organisations in East Imphal and Bishnupur districts of Manipur.
Manipur fake encounter cases: CBI yet to receive complete records from police, armed forces, say officials
The CBI officials said the oldest case with them related to 41 cases handed over by the Supreme Court in Manipur fake encounters is approximately 27-year-old.
Police along with commandos of the 11 Assam Rifles have seized narcotics worth nearly Rs 2 crore from Manipur's Moreh border town and arrested three drug traffickers.
At least 11 persons, including two children, were wounded in a grenade blast at a fairground in the state capital on Friday night
Three members of a Manipur-based banned terror outfit, including its self-styled commander-in-chief, have been arrested in Delhi, police said on Monday.
Ahead of Independence Day, three alleged members of different factions of Manipur-based terrorist outfit, Kangleipak Communist Party (KCP-PWG), including its commander-in-chief were arrested, the police said on Monday.
The Supreme Court on Friday directed a probe by the CBI into the alleged extra-judicial killings by the army, the Assam Rifles and the Manipur Police.
Five militants including a woman belonging to different separatist outfits were arrested from various places in the Imphal valley, a senior police officer said on Monday.
Manipur widows have been quietly marching on against all odds, debilitating diseases and inner demons — a journey marked by few triumphs and numerous setbacks.