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3.4 magnitude earthquake hits Manipur's Senapati

A 3.4 magnitude earthquake shook Manipur`s Senapati on late Tuesday night.

One new case of swine flu confirmed in Manipur

One new case of swine flu confirmed in Manipur

Manipur Health Minister L. Jayentakumar on Saturday announced that a 45-year-old man from Imphal west district has been confirmed to be suffering from swine flu.

Police arrests Kangleipak Communist Party cadre trained in Myanmar

The militant was arrested yesterday evening by a team of high ranking police officers comprising Imphal East Additional SP (L&O) W Kasar and others.

Police arrests five militants in Manipur

In another development, police arrested a member of the banned terrorist outfit Kangleipak Communist Party (Lamyanba Khuman) and seized one .32 mm pistol with magazine, five live rounds and one Chinese-made hand grenade from his possession on Saturday.

Army jawan found dead in Manipur's Bishenpur district

The jawan was identified as 37-year-old Moirangthem Herachandra.

Indian Army soldier found dead in Manipur

The cause of his death was yet to be established.

Heavy rains trigger landslides in Manipur, rivers in spate

Two landslides at Sinam village in Tamenglog district have dislocated traffic along NH 37 as Border Roads Task Force labourers are trying to clear the debris. 

Manipur CM Biren Singh visits flood relief camps

Torrential rains that led to flash floods late last week have stopped two days ago but several low lying areas were still inundated.
 

Watch: Floods in Manipur due to heavy rainfall

Heavy rainfall in Manipur have caused floods. Water has filled the roads as well as the houses. It has been raining in Imphal from past 2 days.

Assam Rifles trooper killed in Manipur

Police sources said when the Assam Rifles personnel returned to their camp at Kasom post near Hundung after patrolling, a remote-controlled bomb exploded. 

Blast in Manipur, one Assam Rifles trooper dies

All the five personnel injured in the blast were airlifted to the military hospital at Leimakhong near Imphal, where one of the injured personnel died.

Heavy rain triggers fresh flood in Imphal

The Nambul river and Imphal river breached its banks and overflowed near Sagolband Moirang Leirak, Kairang and Chabung Company, Mayang Imphal due to incessant rains in the past few days, flooding houses located nearby.

Police arrests two militants in Manipur

Khaute said a .22 pistol with six live rounds and two mobiles phones were also seized from the possession of the KNF cadre identified as 42-year-old Letkhosen.

Illegal arms manufacturing unit busted in Manipur

Illegal arms manufacturing unit busted in Manipur

Two owners of a computer shop, where the letter heads were printed, were also arrested from New Checkon area here, they said, adding that investigation is underway. 

Surrender policy for militants a failure: Manipur CM N Biren Singh

Surrender policy for militants a failure: Manipur CM N Biren Singh

Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Saturday said the surrender policy designed for militants was "a total failure".

Rain-hit farmers in Manipur face staggering losses

Farmers in some northeastern states are suffering as the torrential rain and hailstorm in the past four days have destroyed crops, causing them staggering losses.

Heavy rains lash Northeastern states

Heavy rains accompanied by strong winds and hailstorm lashed many parts of the northeastern region, weather officials said on Thursday.

Shiva Temple attacked with powerful remote-controlled bomb in Manipur's Moreh

Shiva Temple attacked with powerful remote-controlled bomb in Manipur's Moreh

An incident of attack on a Hindu temple was reported on Wednesday.

Nagas lift indefinite Manipur economic blockade after five months

Nagas lift indefinite Manipur economic blockade after five months

In a significant development for the residents here, indefinite economic blockade imposed by United Naga Council in Manipur five months ago is all set to be lifted from Sunday midnight.

In its maiden cabinet meet, BJP-led Manipur govt discuss steps to end economic blockade

In its maiden cabinet meet, BJP-led Manipur govt discuss steps to end economic blockade

In its maiden Cabinet meeting, the BJP-led coalition government in Manipur decided to take steps to end the indefinite economic blockade imposed by the United Naga Council (UNC). A tripartite meeting has been convened on Sunday.