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Imphal, 21 May 2018 ( Evening News ) : Former Chief Minister and Opposition leader, Okram Ibobi has asserted that the day,  the Congress and JDS alliance was invited to form Karnataka Government instead of the BJP was the day, the Country's democracy was rescued. Ibobi was speaking to media persons on the sidelines of the 27th death anniversary of former Prime Minister of India, Rajiv Gandhi which is observed across the country as Anti Terrorism Day today. Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee organised the Memorial observance at Congress Bhawan, BT Road. Speaking further, Okram Ibobi termed the incidents subsequent to…
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Imphal, 18 May 2018 ( Evening News ) : Eight Congress MLAs led by party leaders, former Chief Minister, Okram Ibobi and Deputy Chief Minister, Gaikhangam met Governor-In-Charge of Manipur, Prof. Jagdish Mukhi to stake claim formation of Congress Government in the state today. The meeting was called by the Congress leaders at the wake of swear-in invite by Karnataka Governor to the single Largest party, BJP to form the government in Karnataka. The Congress leaders claimed that the party was the single largest party in Manipur, attaining 28 seats during the 11th Manipur Legislative Assembly last year and so…
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Imphal, 14 May 2018 ( Evening News ) : A Regional Political Party, the North East India Development Party ( NEIDIP ) has filed a petition at the Supreme Court claiming misconducts during the last 11th Manipur Legislative Assembly elections of March, 2017 at 19-Patsoi Assembly Constituency. NEIDIP has alleged that there were misconducts during the announcement of successful and unsuccessful candidates of 19-Patsoi Assembly Constituency. The party also claimed that Ballot Papers of 19 Patsoi Assembly Constituency were put into Ballot Box of 18-Konthoujam Assembly Constituency which came to light only the next day after the election, due to…
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Imphal, 09 April 2018 ( Evening News ) :Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee has equated the BJP led Governance in the country with an undeclared emergency allegedly for being discriminatory. Former Deputy CM and MLA Nungba, Gaikhangam blamed the BJP government as undemocratic and termed its rule as unfortunate. Gaikhangam made the statements during a SIT-IN organised by Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) near the gate of Congress Bhavan, BT road as part of the one day hunger strike initiated by Indian National Congress nationwide against the alleged atrocities by the BJP led Centre government against the Dalits. He termed it…
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Imphal, 06 April 2018 ( Evening News ) : Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee has alleged the State Government of misappropriating the public's fund by diverting the huge amount of funds sanctioned by the Centre and failing to provide the government employees’ salaries and pensions. Addressing media persons at MPCC office, on BT Road today, spokesperson of MPCC, Kh Joykishan further alleged that  the recent withdrawal of funds by mistake amounting to 3 crore rupees as claimed by the Government as false and maintained that the amount is even more than 30 crores. He also asserted that the clarifications given by…
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Imphal, 08 October 2017 ( Evening News ) : The state election commission will hold re polls at 27 polling stations tomorrow in the 5th general panchayat elections. For Zilla Parishad Members, Pradhans and Gram Panchayat Members, the re poll will be held at 8 polling stations under Keirao Bitra, namely 15/17/8, 15/19/1, 15/19/2, 16/20/8, 16/20/9, 16/20/10, 16/20/11 and 16/20/12. Under Porompat, re poll will be held at 12 polling stations, namely 7/18/1, 7/18/2, 7/18/3, 7/18/4, 7/18/5, 7/18/6, 7/18/7, 7/18/8, 7/18/9, 7/18/10, 7/18/11 and 7/18/12. Under Bishnupur District re poll will be held at polling station 8/4/2, Moirang, while under…
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