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Manipur should be given priority, violence must be stopped: RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat

New Delhi/IBNS: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which did not yield a result as was expected by the top leadership in recently concluded Lok Sabha elections, received a public nudge from its ideological mentor Rashtriya by Swayamsevak Sangh. 

Manipur women paraded naked and raped were driven to mob by cops, CBI chargesheet reveals

New Delhi: In a shocking charge, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has alleged that personnel from the Manipur Police allegedly drove the two women to a mob of around 1,000 people, that stripped and paraded them before they were gang-raped, media reports said.

'Biased, reflects poor understanding': India dumps US report on alleged rights abuse

New Delhi: In a sharp retort to a report by the US State Department, which emphasised 'significant human rights abuses' in Manipur following violence in the state last year, India asserted that the document is deeply biased and reflects a poor understanding of the country.

'Can explain manifesto to PM Modi': Mallikarjun Kharge on Muslim League remark

In a strong protest to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's twin jabs of a Muslim League imprint on the Congress's manifesto and an alleged promise of "wealth redistribution to infiltrators", party President Mallikarjun Kharge has said the PM should stop his attempts at dividing society and grant him time so that he can explain the document's contents.

EC directs repolling at 11 stations in Manipur after incidents of violence, EVM destruction

Imphal/IBNS: The Election Commission of India has directed repolling 11 polling stations in the Inner Manipur Lok Sabha constituency on April 22.

Justice Gita Mittal Committee submits 3 reports before SC on Manipur violence

New Delhi: The court-appointed Committee headed by former High Court Judge Justice Gita Mittal submitted its findings in three reports before the Supreme Court on Tuesday regarding the recent spurt of violence in Manipur.

Manipur MMA fighter urges PM Narendra Modi to visit north-eastern state to address ongoing violence, restore peace

In an unverified viral video clip, Mixed Martial Arts fighter Chunreng Koren from Manipur purportedly urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit the northeastern state to address the ongoing violence and restore peace.

Manipur High Court changes 2023 order on inclusion of Meiteis in ST list

Imphal: The Manipur High Court Thursday revised its order from last year regarding the inclusion of Meiteis in the Scheduled Tribes list, which had sparked intense ethnic tensions in the northeastern state, media reports said.

Fresh violence erupts in Manipur, four shot dead; Biren Singh calls ministers for urgent meet

Guwahati/IBNS: Four people were shot dead and several others injured in fresh violence in Manipur on New Year's Day after which curfew was reimposed in the five valley districts of the state.

Manipur: Irate mob tries to attack CM Biren Singh's house as violent protesters demand action against killers of two students

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.

Manipur: Internet will be lifted, says CM N Biren Singh

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.

SC protects 3 journalists of Editors' Guild of India from arrest till Sep 11 over Manipur fact-finding report

New Delhi/IBNS/UNI: The Supreme Court in its interim order on Wednesday protected three senior journalists from arrest till September 11, who gave a fact-finding report on behalf of Editors' Guild of India (EGI) on 'biased' reporting by local journalists on the brutal ethnic clash related issues in Manipur.

Manipur violence: SC transfers 21 CBI cases to Assam, asks Gauhati HC CJ to designate Judges for fair trial

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.

Tripura: Two police officers posted to CBI team for investigation of Manipur violence

Agartala/UNI: Tripura government on Thursday deputed two senior SP-level police officers to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) following the requisition of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) to comply with the direction of the Supreme Court to constitute a special team for the investigation of the violence in Manipur.

Manipur violence: Three-judge committee submits reports, SC to pass orders on Aug 25

New Delhi/IBNS/UNI: The Supreme Court Monday said that it would pass orders on Friday to facilitate the proper functioning of the Committee headed by Justice (Retd) Gita Mittal which was set up to monitor relief work, rehabilitation, compensation, and healing of violence-hit Manipur.