Daily News Digest : The Sangai Express – 24 October 2011

 

Responding to public meet on MLR and LR Act, UNC asserts… Nagas independent of Meitei kings [The Sangai Express]

October 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 23 : The public meeting on Manipur Land Reforms and Land Revenue Act (MLR & LR Act) at Imphal on October 22 totally ignored the historical fact concerning the Nagas and tribals in Manipur, said a United Naga Council statement issued today by its Publicity Cell. asserting that the Nagas and the tribals […]

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ANSAM bandh supporters strike MR truck torched on NH-37 [The Sangai Express]

October 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 23 : A mini truck belonging to Manipur Rifles was pushed down a river bank and set ablaze by a mob, suspected to be supporters of ANSAM sponsored total bandh at Lukhumbi village in Tamenglong district along     Imphal-Jiribam highway. According to a source, a mini truck painted with the words 7 […]

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MSRTC land at Dimapur : Private players collect rents [The Sangai Express]

October 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 23 : Even though the licence for leasing out the land of the Manipur State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) at Dimapur to two individuals have been revoked by the Govern-ment, the two individuals have been collecting rents from other private occu-pants of the complex. Earlier, Nagaland Government allotted the MSRTC complex to seven […]

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United Nation’s Birthday : RPF details genesis [The Sangai Express]

October 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 23 : On the occasion of the United Nations’ 67th foundation day, the proscribed RPF has traced the genesis of the UN and elaborated its functions. Greeting the people of the world and the region on the occasion of the 67th foundation day of the UN, the outfit, in a press statement issued […]

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State ignoring food safety steps [The Sangai Express]

October 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 23: Despite an official stand of the  Central Government for appointment of food safety officials to check adulte-ration of consumer items, the Government of Manipur is yet to initiate related procedures. It is said that the Centre’s directive for esta- blishing office and appointment of officials on food safety to all the States […]

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ULFA-Govt peace talks on Tuesday [The Sangai Express]

October 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

NEW DELHI, Oct 23: Giving a fresh impetus to the ongoing peace process, the government will hold talks with the banned ULFA on Tuesday with an aim of finding a lasting solution to Assam’s three-decade-old insurgency problem. Top ULFA leaders will discuss with government representatives various aspects of the group’s ‘charter of demands’ which sought […]

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PREPAK invalidates letterheads [The Sangai Express]

October 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 23 : Contending that there were 30 letterheads of the party’s  finance department in the possession of Yumnam Bobo alias Masen (49) s/o late Tombi of Khagempalli Panthak when he was arrested by Imphal East commandos on October 21, and not 31 as claimed by police, the proscribed PREPAK has questioned the motive […]

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Chavan Kumhrin celebrated at Chandel [The Sangai Express]

October 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 23: The annual Chamdil Fest (Chavan Kumhrin celebration) was organised with much fanfare at the campus of Maha Government Higher Secondary School, Chandel today. Tourism Commissioner KK Chhetri and 42 Assam Rifles Commandant Col Manish Sinha graced the occasion as chief guest and president respectively. The celebration started with the release of colourful […]

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ANSAM states stand [The Sangai Express]

October 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 23 : Asserting that ANSAM was compelled to impose the total bandh from midnight of October 21 till midnight of October 24 since there has been no initiative from the Centre on the decision taken during the 3rd Naga People’s Convention for an Alternative Arrange-ment, the student body said that despite being aware […]

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More muscle power for State Fire Service [The Sangai Express]

October 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 23 : To add more muscle to the State Fire Service, 18 Advanced Water Tenders, two Foam Tenders and nine Rapid Response Vehicles (Water Mist Technology) have been added to the existing fire fighting equipments while plans are on to dig multi-purpose ponds near the Fire Service Stations spread out across the nine […]

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