June 17, 2024 04:05 (IST)
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Assam Rifles jawan shoots six personnel in Manipur

Imphal/UNI: Six Assam Rifles personnel were injured when a jawan, identified as Sangpi Baite, went berserk firing on his own room mates at Sajik Tampak in Chandel district on Tuesday night.

Amit Shah visits Assam Rifles headquarters in Shillong

Shillong/UNI: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday visited the Headquarters of Directorate General Assam Rifles at Laitkor here in Meghalaya.

Manipur: Firing by insurgents kills 1 BSF Jawan, injures 2 Assam Rifles soldiers

Imphal/IBNS: One Border Security Force (BSF) jawan was killed and two Assam Rifles soldiers were injured in a firing between the security forces and the insurgents in Manipur's Serou on the intervening night of June 5-6, media reports said.

5 militants lay down weapons in front of security forces in Manipur

Imphal: Five members of the banned Kangleipak Communist Party (KCP) - People's War Group (PWG) surrendered to the security forces in Manipur, media reports said.

Manipur: Troops launch operations, Army Chief to review situation

Imphal/UNI: Army and Assam Rifles have launched large scale combing operations in vulnerable flash points in the state as armed persons burnt houses and attacked people in the valley areas.

Manipur: Aided by security forces and local influencers, 124 displaced civilians return to Moreh

Moreh: Around 124 displaced civilians safely returned to their homes on Sunday in Moreh from the Indo-Myanmar Border where they took refuge amidst the violence that erupted in Manipur in the first week of May.

As Manipur gradually turns peaceful, armed groups attack security personnel on area domination patrol

Imphal/IBNS: In two separate incidents in Manipur’s Senapati and Churachandapur districts on Saturday, Assam Rifle and Indian Army patrol troops were attacked.

Assam Rifles, Army intensify surveillance in Manipur; curfew relaxed for 3 hrs in sensitive Churachandpur

Imphal: Curfew was relaxed in Manipur’s Churachandpur, where the Meiti community and the Kuki tribals clashed following a 'Tribal Solidarity March' last Wednesday.

Manipur Violence: Nagaland govt evacuates Naga students, civilians from Imphal with security agencies' help

Imphal: Amid the tense law and order situation in Manipur, the Nagaland government has evacuated 676 Naga civilians and students with the help of the Indian Army and Assam Rifles.

Manipur ethnic violence: At least 32 dead; 16,500 evacuated to safety; life limps back to normalcy amid heavy security presence

Imphal/IBNS: At least 32 people have been kiilled in Manipur ethnic violence, while life in the troubled state is limping back to normalcy amid heavy security presence.

Manipur govt issues 'shoot at sight' order in 'extreme cases' amid raging violence

Imphal: The Manipur government has given a “shoot at sight” order to security personnel to contain raging violence between the tribals and non-tribals in the state even as the situation in the capital Imphal worsened, reports said. The Army has been brought in to quell the violence and evacuate the people to safer places while curfew has been imposed from dawn to dusk. 

Assam Rifles bust PLA's extortion racket

Imphal: Keithelmanbi Battalion, under the aegis of HQ IGAR (South), busted PLA extortion racket by apprehending three PLA cadres with a considerable amount of war-like stores.

Manipur: Assam Rifles foils narcotics smuggling

Imphal: Tengnoupal Battalion, under the aegis of HQ IGAR (South), in a joint operation with Manipur Police, foiled narcotics smuggling in Tengnoupal on Saturday.

Assam Rifles apprehends SOREPA cadre in Manipur's Sugnu

Kakching (Manipur)/IBNS: Phundrei Battalion of Assam Rifles apprehended a cadre who was associated with KYKL from 2006 to 2014 and later with SOREPA in Dec 2022 at Sugnu in Kakching District.

Assam Rifles organizes interaction with President of India

Ukhrul: Shangshak Battalion, under the aegis of HQ IGAR (South), organised an interaction of students from Shangshak, Ukhrul District of Manipur with the President of India on Dec 23.