Imphal: Three flights at Imphal airport could not take off from the runway for more than three hours, and two incoming flights changed their routes to Kolkata and Guwahati due to reports from air traffic controllers about an unidentified flying object near the runway, NDTV reported.
Imphal/IBNS: A team of Manipur Police commandos sent to a border town as reinforcement after a senior police officer was shot dead on Tuesday morning were ambushed by suspected insurgents on their way, media reports said.
Imphal/UNI: A senior Manipur police officer, named Chingtham Anand, was shot dead by suspected Kuki militants at Eastern Ground, Moreh, on Tuesday.
Three Myanmar nationals were apprehended by a team of Special Commando, Manipur Police while conducting foot patrolling at border town Moreh on Sunday.
New Delhi: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Saturday apprehended a man from Manipur’s Churachandpur district on charges of playing a part in a conspiracy to use the ongoing ethnic unrest in the state against the Indian government, media reports said.
Imphal: Manipur continued to be on the boil on Thursday as a fresh spate of clashes sparked between protesters and security forces, media reports said.
Imphal/IBNS: A ban on mobile devices accessing the internet has been reimposed in Manipur amid violent protests over the brutal murder of two minors, news of which broke after photographs of the bodies went viral on social media.
Hundreds of students on Tuesday protested the alleged killing of two students in Manipur by suspected Kuki militants.
Imphal/UNI: Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Saturday announced that the ban on mobile internet will be lifted from the violence-marred state.
Imphal/UNI: The Manipur government imposed curfews in five districts of Manipur on Wednesday as displaced people announced their decision to return to their houses.
New Delhi/UNI: The Supreme Court, in its order on Friday, transferred 21 cases being probed by the CBI in connection with the Manipur violence cases to a set of designated judges in Assam to ensure the safety and protection of victims and witnesses for a fair trial.
Guwahati/IBNS: After a hiatus of 23 years prompted by militant organizations' ban, Bollywood movies have made a triumphant return to strife-torn Manipur.
In the midst of the tumultuous backdrop of turmoil in Manipur, a glimmer of hope and resilience has risen in the form of the Rural Women Upliftment Society (RWUS).
Indian PM Narendra Modi on Tuesday addressed the nation on Independence Day from the ramparts of Red Fort when he said the government is trying to restore peace in strife-torn Manipur.
New Delhi: African-American actress and singer Mary Millben recently backed Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the Manipur issue and said the Indian leader will always fight for the women of North East.