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10 Kuki-Zo MLAs urge ECI to arrange voting for people taking shelter across India

Ten Kuki-Zo MLAs of Manipur wrote a letter to the Election Commission of India (ECI) and have requested to take necessary arrangements for the people who have taken shelter across the country to make necessary arrangements for them to cast their votes in the upcoming parliamentary elections for Manipur.

Manipur High Court withdrew earlier directions to consider Meiteis as Schedule Tribes

In a significant decision, a bench of the Manipur High Court on Wednesday modified its own March 27, 2023 order, ordering the removal of Paragraph 17 (iii), which had instructed the Manipur government to consider the inclusion of Meiteis in the list of Scheduled Tribes.

Arambai Tenggol’s Conservation Shift: Rescuing Rare Wildlife in Keibul Lamjao National Park

Arambai Tenggol (AT), known for playing a key role for safeguarding Manipur valley from armed aggression in the ongoing ethnic strife between the Kuki-Zo and Meiteis, recently diverted its focus to wildlife conservation with a three-day anti-poaching operation at Keibul Lamjao National Park (KLNP) in Bishnupur district.

A call for normalcy: Manipur’s Traders and Workers yearn for Peace amidst turmoil

While the cycle of violence approaches nine months, it's the ordinary people who bear the brunt of escalating living expenses.

Manipur: HC reserves judgement on review of ST status order

After a reserved judgement from a single Judge Bench of Justice Golmei Gaiphulshillu, both the Manipur Government and Union government stalled for time before the Manipur High Court.

Ningol Chakkouba, Manipuri’s biggest societal fest, to be a victim of conflict

On Chakkouba day, the age-old festival, Meitei women, particularly the married ones, in their best traditional attire, move to their natal home and enjoy multiple dishes with their parents and siblings

Pics of a demolished home, bulldozed Meitei locality at Churachandpur: Meiteis seek justice

Four months after ethnic violence in Manipur, 37-year-old Ronald Meisnam lost his cool after seeing two contrasting photos: one of his native home at Mandop Leikai, a Meitei locality at Churachandpur district headquarters where he was born and brought up, and the other of the land after his house was completely demolished.

Manipur: KIM demand for separate administration for Kukis

KIM Information and Publicity Secretary, Janghaolun Haokip said  that besides the compelling evacuation of the people, all the Kuki settlements had been looted, vandalized, and torched by the Meitei.

Fighting and killing in the name of tribe—death of humanity?

May 3 was the day when the ethnic clash between the Kukis and the Meities started in Manipur and is still going on.

Manipur: Muslims stuck in violence appeals for peace between Meiteis and Kukis

Muslims comprises of 9 per cent of Manipur's estimated population of 32 lakh. .

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