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Manipur: BJP comes under pressure from opposition parties, top leaders to find alternatives to solve the ongoing violence

The Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) has been under tremendous pressure from the opposition parties and several other groups due to the on-going ethnic violence in the state of Manipur since May 3.

Around 2187 illegal immigrants taken shelter in Manipur following military Junta takes over in Myanmar: CSC

The Manipur government formed Cabinet Sub-Committee (CSC) for the indentification of illegal immigrants.

Manipur: Violence hit state skips annual Jagarnath Rath Yatra procession due to unrest

Several religious organisations, like Brahma Sabha and the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) also did not hold any public procession due to the prevailing situation.

Manipur: Nine Meitei MLAs submits five-point memorandum to PM Modi seeking deployment of CPMF

Nine Meitei MLAs moved to New Delhi on Monday and submitted a five-point memorandum to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding for a proper and rational deployment of CPMF (Central Para Military Forces), along with state police in violent-hit Manipur

Manipur: SC refuses to hear interlocutory application over urgent listing of plea seeking protection of tribals

The Supreme Court refused to hear the interlocutory application (IA) filed by the Manipur Tribal Forum on Tuesday alleging that even after the Centre’s assurances to this court, 70 tribals were killed in violence in the state.The Supreme Court refused to hear the interlocutory application (IA) filed by the Manipur Tribal Forum on Tuesday alleging that even after the Centre’s assurances to this court, 70 tribals were killed in violence in the state.

Manipur High Court directs state govt to provide limited internet services

The Manipur High Court directed the state authorities to provide limited internet services to the public in some designated places under the control of the state authorities.

Manipur Ministers, MLAs met Defence Minister Rajnath Singh in Delhi, demand withdrawal of deal with Kuki militants

A delegation from Manipur on Monday met Defence minister Rajnath Singh in the National Capital and demanded immediate withdrawal of Suspension of Operation (SoO) agreement with three Kuki militant outfits.

Manipur uprising Day: Curfew relaxed, forces on high alert, people appeal for peace, integrity

Curfew has been relaxed in Manipur but it continues in Imphal East and Imphal West.

2017 Assembly election-o UKLF bobil dakchake on·a ine matnanganiko Manipur BJP jegala

2017 bilsini Manipur Assembly election-o Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-na United Kuki Liberation Front (UKLF) bobil dol kamrangko ka·e on·aha ine dingtang dingtang dolrangni matnanganiko Sonibar salo, Manipur a·dokni BJP dol raken jegalataha.

Manipur: Fresh violence erupts, mob vandalise police armoury

Meanwhile, joint forces of the Army, Rapid Action Forces and state police, Assam Rifles undertook a Flag March in Imphal East district till Friday midnight.

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