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Haryana beat Manipur to win junior football national championship

Junior football national championship: After a gruelling contest, it was Haryana who came through as the champions of the 2018-19 BC Roy Junior National Championships (Tier II), beating Manipur by a slender 1-0 margin in the final at Railways Ground, Rajkot on Wednesday. Despite being one of the lesser fancied team in the tournament in

Manipur entrepreneur eco friendly

Manipur entrepreneur goes green with eco-friendly products

Ngangom Monalisa Chanu, a 29-year-old young woman entrepreneur from Manipur, has brought in a new era of eco-friendly products in the form of environment-friendly pen and pencils. Her business venture, Chanu Associates under the brand name ‘Envi’, deals with products ranging from environmental pens with seeds, pencils, direct filling ball pens, paper bags, non-woven bags etc. Concern about the

You Tube video reunites man with family after 40 years

You Tube video reunites man with family after 40 years

You Tube video reunites man with family after 40 years. 66-year-old Khomdram Gambhir Singh, from Manipur, who went missing 40 years ago finally returned home and reunited with family. He was identified after a YouTube video of him singing a Hindi film song in Mumbai went viral. People from Imphal’s Khumbong village welcomed Gambhir at

We're just giving platform to talented Manipuris: Neroca owner

We’re just giving platform to talented Manipuris: Neroca owner

We’re just giving platform to talented Manipuris: Neroca owner: Manipur has been the country’s football factory for the past decade or so and the tiny state’s tremendous passion for the game is what the Neroca FC owner Naoba Thangjam wants to capitalise on after qualifying for the top-tier I-League. Neroca, established in 1965 and based in

NIA arrests terrorist from Delhi

NIA arrests terrorist from Delhi: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested a member of a Manipur based terrorist organization – Kangleipak Communist Party (KCP) from Delhi. Sanabam Inaobi Singh, who hails from Manipur, is a hardcore member of KCP and is accused of raising terror funds, supply of arms, ammunition and explosives for the

Govt gets 141 proposals for UDAN flight, chopper services

Govt gets 141 proposals for UDAN flight, chopper services

Govt gets 141 proposals UDAN flight: The government said it has received as many as 141 initial proposals for operating flight and helicopter services on 502 routes, including to Haridwar, Srinagar and Tirupati, under the second bidding round of regional air connectivity scheme. Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju said the second round of bidding

PIL filed for getting minority status to Hindus in eight states

PIL filed for getting minority status to Hindus in eight states

PIL filed getting minority status Hindus eight states: A public interest litigation has been filed before the Supreme Court praying that Hindus be notified as minority community in eight states and given their legitimate benefits. The PIL filed by advocate Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay seeks minority status for Hindus in Lakshadweep, Mizoram, Nagaland, Meghalaya, J&K, Arunachal

Dalai Lama arrives Manipur

Dalai Lama arrives in Manipur on maiden visit

Imphal, Oct 17 , Dalai Lama arrives Manipur on maiden visit. Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama today arrived in Manipur’s capital Imphal on his maiden visit to participate in an international peace conference. This is his second visit to the northeast this year – after Arunachal Pradesh in April – but the first to Manipur.

trafficked girls return home

Eight Manipuri trafficked girls return home

Imphal, Oct 1, Eight Manipuri girls trafficked girls return home, who were being trafficked to Singapore by members of an international gang, were rescued in Myanmar and brought home, officials said on Sunday. They were given counselling sessions in their home district of Churachandpur on Sunday before being handed over to their families.The officials said

Manipur celebrates 'Heikru Hidongba' with grandeur

Manipur celebrates ‘Heikru Hidongba’ with grandeur

Heikru Hidongba, the traditional boat race festival of Manipur, was celebrated at the Thangapat (moat) of Shri Bijoy Govindajee, Sagolband, Imphal on Saturday amidst cheerful crowd. The festival is celebrated every year on the 11th day of Meetei lunar month, Langban, which corresponds to the month of September in the Gregorian calendar. Celebrated as a prayer to

Earthquake of magnitude 3.4 hits Manipur

Earthquake of magnitude 3.4 hits Manipur

Manipur Earthquake: A low intensity earthquake of magnitude 3.4 on Richter scale hits Manipur’s Imphal at around 2.30 am, Saturday night. No damage to property and loss of life have been reported so far.According to the official website of India Meteorological Department (IMD), the earthquake occurred at 2:34 am and its epicentre was located at latitude

Manipur: Earthquake of 3.2 magnitude hits Senapati

Manipur: Earthquake of 3.2 magnitude hits Senapati

Manipur Earthquake of 3.2 magnitude hits Senapati: An earthquake of 3.2 magnitude hit Manipur’s Senapati district on Sunday morning at 9:35 a.m.No casualties have been reported so far.Earlier, a 5.4 magnitude earthquake rocked Manipur and parts of Northeast India on August 2. The epicentre of the quake was traced at Churachandpur, Manipur with a depth of

Nungthaang Tampak: North East's first completely computer literate village

Nungthaang Tampak: North East’s first completely computer literate village

Nungthaag Tampak village of Manipur has emerged as the ‘100 percent computer literate’ not only in the state but in the entire North East. Director of Mangaal Rural, N. Surjit has stated that Nungthang Tampak has become India’s second 100 percent computer literate village in India.The training program was organized by Mangaal Rural, an NGO

Imphal Blast: IED explosion near police station

Imphal: IED explosion near police station

Imphal Blast. Ahead of Independence Day, a suspected Improvised explosive device (IED) bomb exploded near Imphal’s Singjamei Police Station on Sunday.A team of Imphal West Police, headed by the Superintendent of Police (SP) Themthing and Singjamei Police team along with personnel of Assam Rifles rushed to the blast site for inspection.Militant outfits of the Northeast region, including

Security tightens ahead of I-Day celebrations in Manipur

Security tightens ahead of I-Day celebrations in Manipur

Security tightens ahead Independence Day. Imphal, Aug 8 Security across the state of Manipur has been tightened ahead of the upcoming Independence Day celebrations.DGP LM Khaute told PTI “for the last ten days, the state forces have taken up special measures to ensure a peaceful and violence free Independence Day celebrations across the state.”He said

Earthquake of magnitude 4.3 jolts Manipur

Earthquake of magnitude 4.3 jolts Manipur

An earthquake of magnitude 4.3 on the Richter scale jolted Manipur on Tuesday morning at around 6 a.m.The epicentre of the earthquake was Manipur‘s Churachandpur district and was located 35 km below the surface of earth. No losses of lives and properties have yet been

Handloom Centre Brings Hope To Destitute Women oF Manipur

Handloom Centre Brings Hope To Destitute Women Of Manipur

Many skill development centers in India’s northeast region provide skill training and upgradation to the people, especially to the youth. Similarly, a handloom and handicraft centre in Imphal is providing training to destitute and underprivileged women folks in crafting and weaving to provide them with a means of livelihood. With Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s initiative on Skill India Mission, many like minded people

4.0 magnitude earthquake hit Assam`s ‘Darrang’

4.0 magnitude earthquake hit Assam`s ‘Darrang’

A 4.0 magnitude of earthquake hit Assam’s Darrang on Monday morning. The quake occurred at 6:27 a.m. The north-eastern region of India has recently experienced tremors quite a few times.On July 19, a 3.4 magnitude earthquake shook Manipur’s Senapati.On July 5, a 3.3 magnitude earthquake shook Meghalaya’s West Garo Hills.A 3.5 magnitude earthquake shook Manipur’s Chandel on June 25.

BJP strengths first ever coalition government Manipur

BJP strengths its first ever coalition government in Manipur

BJP strengths first ever coalition government Manipur. BJP’s strength in its first ever coalition government in Manipur has increased to 40 in the 60-member House after the two Congress MLAs joined them on Saturday.Bishwajit Singh, Works and Information Minister told a gathering on Sunday that Congress MLAs Kshetrimayum Biren Singh and Paonam Brojen joined the

Manipur supply breaks after serious bridge cracks with truck

Manipur supply breaks after serious bridge cracks with truck

An overloaded truck caused to breakdown of the main bridge over the Barak River, district Tamenglong, Manipur, which cut down the supply in Manipur. The repair works of the bridge will takes two days. More than 200 trucks and 20 oil tankers are blocked for Imphal west of bridge. The suspenders and panels of the