Daily News Digest – The Sangai Express – 14 October 2011

With 20 days deadline set to expire on October 19 for AA…. UNC kickstarts mobilisation drive

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Imphal, Oct 13 : The United Naga Council (UNC) has begun its mobilization in ‘Naga areas’ in Manipur regarding the ‘Alternative Arrangement’ model while asking the Nagas to remain prepared for any even-tuality after October 19. Sources informed Newmai News Network tonight that under the aegis of the UNC the Naga leaders held its meeting […]

NSUD takes anti-Sadar Hills stand to PM

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NEW DELHI, Oct 13 : Calling upon the Prime Minister of India to inter-vene for non creation of Sadar Hills District in Mani-pur, the Naga Students’ Union Delhi ( NSUD) today held a protest demon-stration in New Delhi. A memorandum for the same cause was also submitted to the Prime Minister. Students shouted “We are […]

Pre-paid power metre system mooted

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IMPHAL, Oct 13 : Suppor-ting the State Govern- ment’s plan to introduce pre-paid power meter system in greater Imphal so as to streamline power revenue collection, DoNER Minister PS Ghatowar has assured Chief Minister Okram Ibobi that DoNER Ministry would extend all possible assistance towards the State  Government’s initiative. Chief Minister O Ibobi and Chief […]

Noting the increasing violence ahead of 10th Assembly polls… CEO seeks licensed gun reports

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  IMPHAL, Oct 13 : In view of the heightened cases of violence amongst rival political workers ahead of the 10th Manipur Legisla-tive Assembly elections, the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Manipur has asked the District Magistrates to submit detailed reports on licensed guns and their holders. This was conveyed by CEO PC Lawmkunga   himself […]

New Assembly building catches fire

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  IMPHAL, Oct 13 : Some portions of the Assembly building, now under construction as part of the Capitol Project, caught fire and were partially burnt. The fire originated at about 10.40 am today from a room on the posterior side of the building where air-conditioners and other accessories were kept. As the building caught […]

SHHDC flays State Government

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IMPHAL, Oct 13: Agitating Sadar Hills Districthood Demand Committee has alleged that the State Government is adopting different policies to suppress the mass movement of Sub-division. The committee accused the Government of trying to win over the leaders of SHDDC with false or fair means by liasoning through pressure groups, NGOs and other groups. It […]

ZUF blames NSCN for Zeliangrong misery

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Dimapur, Oct 13: The Zeliangrong United Front (ZUF) alleged that the NSCN-IM has given immense hardship to the Zeliangrong villages. Elaborating its allegations, the ZUF said the NSCN-IM only imposes its ‘military rule’ in Zeliangrong region when there are so many Naga areas that are untouched the latter outfit. It said mobile phones, satellite phones, […]

UTLA clarifies

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IMPHAL, Oct 13: The United Tribal Liberation Army (UTLA) has denied involvement in the monetary demand served to Kuki village chiefs of Nungba and Tousem sub-divisions. Accusing one Seijahou Singson of serving the monetary demands in the form of deducting 30 days wage from job card holders in the name (misusing) of UTLA, a statement […]

LJP alleges thrashing of supporters

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IMPHAL, Oct 13: State vice president of Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) Karam Shyam has alleged severe thrashing of local LJP supporters by one N Shinghajit and his accomplices. Speaking to newspersons at his Karam Chajing residence today, Shyam said an election-related meeting for Langthabal assembly constituency was held at Haoreibi Sarungbam Shanglen community hall from […]

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