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Assam Rifles busts militant hideout in jungles of Tengnoupal


TENGNOUPAL:
Tengnoupal Battalion under the aegis of IGAR (South) busted a militant hideout near Leibi Village in Tengnoupal, Manipur in the early hours of 16 May.

Based of a specific intelligence, Assam Rifles troops launched an operation in the jungle area close to Leibi. During the operation, the troops uncoOvered a militant hideout and recovered one M-16 assault rifle and one Lathod launcher alongwith ammunition and other warlike stores. 5000 Myanmar Kyats were also recovered from the hideout.

The recovered weapons and warlike stores were handed over to Police Station, Tengnoupal for further action.


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One arrested on grounds of inciting communal hatred


CHURCHANDPUR:
 Churchandpur  Police today registered FIR No.50(5)2021 CCP-PS u/s 153-A IPC/505(1)(b)(c)(2) IPC against one Rajesh Tongbram s/o Sobha Tongbram of Zenhang Lamka on grounds of inciting communal hatred, promoting enmity between two groups of people on grounds of  religion, race, place of birth, residence, language etc and doing acts prejudicial to maintenance of Harmony. The accused person has been arrested by CCP PS and further investigation is on.

Vehicle carrying covid-19 vaccination staff damaged at Phougakchao


CHURACHANDPUR : A vehicle carrying Nurse on duty reportedly damaged by bandh supporters at Phougakchao along Imphal - Churachandpur road on April 22.

Source inform admin Eastern Mirror (CNS) that the vehicle was transporting a Nurse on duty towards her office when bandh supporter attack the vehicle at Phougakchao.

The Nurse is said to be posted at Leisang PHSC under Saikot PHC Churachandpur district. She was on her way to her office for Covi-19 vaccination duty when the Panchayat area bandh supporters damaged her vehicle at Phougakchao.

It may be mentioned that 48hrs bandh had been enforced in Panchayat areas since yesterday (April 21) in protest against the non-release of MNREGA Fund.

MLA Joykishan proposes to construct a Meitei deity temple at Koubru


IMPHAL: MKA Khumukcham Joykishan put up to construct a Meitei deity temple on the peak of Mt Koubru to safeguard the historic and sacred place at Mt Koubru

Talking to reporters at his Thangmeiband residence.

Joykisan said to safeguard and promote Hinduism, the present central government leaders including union home minister Amit Shah took the initiatives by constructing Ram Mandir at Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh; similarly, the Meeitei community should construct a Meitei temple on the Mt Koubru peak.

To initiate construction of a traditional temple at Koubru I will donate a sum of Rs 1 lakh to any organisation that announces to construct it,” Joykisan declared.

The past state government failed to take the initiatives but the present government can take the opportunity to construct the temple at Koubru, he added.

Manipur State committee of Human rights organization NCHRO formed


As a part of the ongoing formation of States committees of the National Confederation of Human Rights Organizations (NCHRO), a nationwide human rights organization, Manipur committee of the organization is announced today 14 April 2021.

Newly appointed general secretary Benjamin Shah informed in a press release Kshetrimayum Onil Nominated as the state president of the organization and Benjamin Shah nominated as the State General Secretary.

Other officials include, Advocate Jamil Ahmed as State Vice-President, Ningthoukhongjam Rajesh (Thanil) and Advocate Naorem Prista as State Secretary and Geetchandra Mangang as Treasurer.

Apart from this, other members of the state committee were also nominated, including Joy chingamkham, R.K.Doren singh, Jalaluddin and Haji Arafat Ali.

Benjamin Shah

General Secretary

Manipur State Committee

Angawadi Helper Dies after COVID Vaccination at Jiribam


JIRIBAM: An Anganwadi helper in Jiribam District who was vaccinated against COVID-19 earlier this month has died. This is the first such incident that has come to light in the district since the vaccination of heath worker held in the district.

The deceased has been identified as a H.D. Thansing (72) years old W/o: Late H.D Kapthieng a residence of Chottobekra. She had received the first shot of coronavirus vaccine at Primary Health Centre (PHC) at Guakhal on February on 17 February.

As per report, after the received of vaccination the Anganwadi helper started experiencing fever and other difficulties. She was admitted to Jiribam 50- bedded hospital on February 27. On the severity of her health condition, she was referred to Alipur Hospital, Cachar. From where she was again referred to Valley hospital, since her condition was not improved, she was referred from valley hospital to Silchar Medical Hospital on March 06.

On the way to Silchar Medical hospital she breathed her last on March 06 at around 6:30 pm.

On the death of Anganwadi Worker after the received of coronavirus vaccine. The District Administration talked with the family members and relatives of the deceased and assured to provide the post of Anganwadi helper to the next to kin of the deceased.

The family members and relatives receive the corpse of the deceased from Jiribam hospital for performing her last rite as per their religious ritual.

Manipur scribes on cease work agitation again


IMPHAL: Newspaper in Manipur on Thursday failed to hit stands as scribes suspended their works following a joint decision of All Manipur Working Journalists’ Union (AMWJU) and Editors’ Guild Manipur (EGM). Following the decision, broadcasting of news has already been suspended by the local cable TVs since last evening.

AMWJU and EGM resolved to cease work as they are unable to make a decision regarding the publication of a statement dispatched by one of the two groups of a major rebel outfit that is going through internal conflicts.

One of the militant groups was pressing the media houses to entertain its statement while the other group asked the media houses not to entertain the statement. Caught in the middle, AMWJU and EGM decided to suspend their work with immediate effect, forcing the media houses to suspend printing of newspapers and broadcasting of news.

The media bodies convened a joint emergency meeting on Thursday at Manipur Press Club, Imphal, to discuss the latest development in the freedom of press. Publishers and producers of newspapers and local cable networks also attended the meeting on the invitation of the scribes’ bodies. Unable to take any decision on the latest problem faced by the scribes, AMWJU and EGM has decided to convene a meeting with leaders of prominent civil society organisations of the state on Friday.

This is the third time the normal working at the media houses in the state is disrupted in a month's time. The reasons for the cease work agitations are different.