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Lok Sabha polls: Violence in Manipur, militant vandalise EVMs, 3 injured

Imphal, Apr 19: Large scale booth capturing by armed miscreants, breaking of EVM machines by enraged public reported in Thongju assembly constituency in Imphal...

Churachandpur violence: Biren Singh says buffer zone does not exist in Manipur

Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh on Saturday said that there is ‘no buffer’ zone in the State, as far as deployment of security forces were concerned.

Meitei Legislators take pledge and endorse AT’S demand to quell Manipur Violence

The 6-point demands comprise implementing NRC with 1951 as the base year, revoking the Suspension of Operation agreement with Kuki militants, relocating all Myanmarese refugees to Mizoram, implementing border fencing, replacing Assam Rifles with other Central forces, and delisting Kukis from the Scheduled Tribes (ST) list.

Violence in Manipur’s Moreh: Militant attacks, tragic loss of two Police personnel, and arson incidents unfold

Multiple residences and two schools in Moreh suffered damage in a series of arson incidents. To combat the fires, a fire tender from Myanmar has been brought in for extinguishing efforts.

Manipur govt urgently requests helicopter support for escalating crisis in Moreh

Manipur Violence: The Manipur government has urgently sought helicopters from the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) for a minimum of seven days.

CBI Director Praveen Sood arrives in Guwahati for investigation into cases of Manipur violence

Earlier, on September 27, a special CBI team headed by Sood landed in Manipur to speed up the investigation into the alleged murder of two students.

Bodies of Manipur violence victims, kept in morgues for 8 months, sent to respective Districts: Govt Sources

After Supreme Court direction, several dead bodies of victims of Manipur since May 3, lying in the morgues in Imphal valley region for past eight months have been shifted to respective hill district for a dignified burial.

Manipur Violence: Locals of Leithao village flee after 13 people killed in Tengnoupal

The village, which comes under the territorial jurisdiction of Machi police station in Tengnoupal district, has nine houses and around 70 residents.

Manipur violence: Back to village, but uneasy calm still grips Phougakchao

An eerie calm pervades the village atmosphere with ethnic tension still lurking, threatening to rupture any moment. Tell-tale signs of displacement and insecurity, a deep sense of fear and abandonment writ large among the locals. Way to the village one would encounter barricades manned by automatic rifles yielding security personnel all along.

Manipur Violence: ITLF “deeply offended” by CM Biren Singh’s remark on tribals

The Indigenous Tribal Leaders' Forum (ITLF) is deeply offended by the remarks made by Manipur CM Biren Singh in his recent interview, where he blatantly lied about the cause of the sectarian conflict in the state

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