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Meghalaya and Manipur are now connected through the UDAN scheme direct air service. IndiGo has started operating flights on the Imphal-Shillong route cutting travel time significantly. From now onwards, people can easily fly between the two cities by opting for a flight of just 60 mins from Imphal to Shillong and 75 mins from Shillong to Imphal.

The first direct flight operations between the two states flagged off on Tuesday under the Regional Connectivity Scheme -- Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik (RCS-UDAN), Government of India. Ministry of Civil Aviation announced the same on Wednesday. Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma has also posted about the same on his Facebook page. Shillong is the second city to be connected with Imphal under the UDAN scheme.

Aimed at enhancing regional connectivity through fiscal support and infrastructure development, the maiden flight under UDAN scheme was flagged off by Prime Minister Narendra Modi from Shimla for the national capital on April 27, 2017.

Road mishap claimed one life and injured 4 near Thoubal Wangkhem Bazaar along Yairipok Thoubal road this morning at around 8:50. The deceased is 50 year old Md.Tayeb Ali, son of Late Shaokat Ali of Ngariyan Awang leikai.

According to police reports, the accident occurred when a Tata DI DX bearing registration number MN-05C/1830 coming from Thoubal towards Yairipok collided with a passenger auto rickshaw bearing registration number  MN-01Y-9209 coming from the opposite direction. The deceased and the injured persons are occupants of the Auto-rickshaw.

Injured persons were rushed Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Sciences JNIMS, Imphal and the deceased at JNIMS morgue. Yairipok Police Station has registered a case.

Massive mudslide submerges 30 hectares of land in Kangpokpi District

Heavy mudslide at Twilang area in Kangpokpi district has brought immense plights to the local residents. Tujang Waichong and Selsi village areas in the district have been severely affected.

Approximately 30 hectares of land including paddy fields have been submerged under the mudslide. The devastating mudslide occurred around 3.30 AM yesterday. It streches from Lamlenkon, Tujang Vaichong of Selsi village along the Imphal-Tamenglong road.

Speaking to media today, President of KSO Twilang Block Enock Kipgen appealed to the relevant authorities to start necessary relief measures at the earliest

Bihar man arrested with 441 vials of possibly fake Remdesivir in Imphal

Imphal East District Police has arrested a man hailing from Bihar along with 441 bottles of Remdesivir, a medicine used for COVID-19 treatment. It maybe mentioned that the Centre has already put a ban on export of the medicine without necessary approval from the relevant authority.

Speaking to media at Imphal East SP Conference Hall today, Imphal East District SP N. Herojit said that a team led by Porompat Police Station ASI Md. Akhtar Hussain seized the medcines while detaining curfew violators at New Checkon area yesterday.The arrested man is 55-year-old, Lalu Shah from Sasam village in Samastipur District of Bihar. SP N. Herojit said that the police team then informed State Drug Controller of Directorate of Health Services when the arrested man was unable to produce any prescriptions or documents related to purchase of the drugs. Health Directorate officials have said that the seized Remdesivir bottles might be possibly fake.

SP N. Herojit said that the arrested man is now in the custody of Porompat Police Station for further actions. During the preliminary interrogation, Lalu disclosed the name of another person from Guwahati suspected to be behind fake drugs business. The SP added that State Police Department is putting all out efforts to nab other miscreants involved transporting the medicine from Guwahati to Imphal. He also appealed to the public to aware of such racket.

Imphal West Police arrests 3 men with betel leaves worth around 5 lakh 40 thousand Rupees during frisking at Kanglatombi

Police seized 18 baskets of betel leaves worth around 5 lakh 40 thousand Rupees in the wee hours of August 2.  Acting on a tip off, a team of Imphal West Police under the overall supervision of Imphal West SP Dr. S. Ibomcha arrested three miscreants along with the illegal consignment. 

The police team led by Jamandar of Commando Unit SR Shimmy intercepted two Maruti vans bearing registration numbers MN-01W-9120 and MN-01W-8725 and a Maruti Wagon-R bearing Registration number MN-03 A-2837 at Kanglatombi and recovered the items upon checking the vehicles. As per police report, the drivers are 24-Year-Old Chingakham Surchandra, son of Ch. Ningthoujao from Tairenpokpi Awang leikai, 27-Year-Old Wangkhem Sanjit, son of  W. Sanaton from Changangei Awang leikai and 34-Year-Old Khwairakpam Manglem, son of Kh. Ponam from Kangpokpi Bazaar.

Police investigation further revealed that the consignment was lifted from a godown in Keithelmanbi, Kangpokpi District and it belongs to RS Transport. Arrested persons, the seized betel leaves and the vehicles have been handed over to Sekmai Police Station for further legal actions.

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