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Assam police has started door-door surveys to identify people who took shelter from violence – hit Jiribam

Around 900 tribals belonging to the Kuki and Hmar communities took shelter at the homes of relatives and friends in two villages – Haokippunji and Hmarkhawlienin - inCachar district of southern Assam, after violence broke out.

Assam: Security Beefed Up in Cachar’s Lakhipur Amid Ongoing Violence in Manipur’s Jiribam

Guwahati, June 10: Security has been beefed up in Assam's Lakhipur area in Cachar district after violence was reported in Manipur's Jiribam district, which...

Manipur bloc urges CM for all-party meet with PM on nine-month ethnic violence

Around ten parties' bloc in Manipur led by Congress on Sunday urged Chief minister N.Biren Singh to arrange an all party meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss ways and means to resolve the around nine month long ethnic violence in the northeastern state.

Challenges galore for armed forces deployed in Manipur to contain ethnic-violence

Even though Manipur is showing signs of a very slow return to normalcy with the level of violence coming down

Union Home Minister Amit Shah meets Kuki-Zo leaders, ITLF submits list of demands

Union Home minister Amit Shah on Wednesday met Kuki-Zo leaders from a delegation of the Indigenous Tribal Leaders Forum (ITLF) and sorted out what could have led to another flashpoint in the ongoing ethnic violence in Manipur.

Manipur Govt status report on FIRs points to an “absolute breakdown of the constitutional machinery”: SC

The Supreme Court directed the Manipur Director General of Police to be personally present in the Court in the next hearing and to be in a position to answer the questions of the Court.

90 days of ethnic violence in Manipur: Tribal body observes 12-hour shutdown

Committee on Tribal Unity (CoTU) called a 12-hour shutdown on Thursday to mark 90 days of ethnic violence in Manipur. The shut-down was observed in tribal dominated Kangpokpi district.

RWUS holds 2-day free medical camp for displaced people in Manipur amid ethnic violence

The Rural Women Upliftment Society (RWUS) held a two-day free medical checkup camp in Churachandpur, Manipur, providing crucial healthcare services to over 226 displaced individuals who are currently staying in different camps due to the ongoing ethnic violence.

Manipur CM slams European Parliament, asks other NE states not to poke nose in state’s internal issue

Singh, while speaking on the occasion of Kargil Vijay Diwas, said that the violence in Manipur is a plan of foreign forces, trying to grab the state's territory, playing the victim card.

Manipur Violence: 10 political parties seek PM’s intervention to restore peace and normalcy

10 political parties in Manipur have written to PM Narendra Modi, seeking his intervention to restore peace and normalcy in the State that has been battered by ethnic violence.

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