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Escaped NSA detainee Kangleipal arrested as Manipur Maoist brought back to Imphal

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Imphal, Aug 11,

Jail escaped NSA detainee Sapamcha Kangleipal was arrested by a Special Delhi Police team, as leader of Maoist Communist Party Manipur along with two others including   Wahengbam Thoi Luwang alias Thawai Lakpa and Kangabam Roshan of the Peoples’ War Group (KCP), another armed rebel group arrested somewhere in Kotwala area in Bihar few days back were today brought back to Imphal by a team of Manipur Police.

Sapamcha Kangleipal, leader of the Maoist Communist Party Manipur as claimed by the police, reached Imphal airport at around 11 am today in an Indigo flight while the two other KCP leaders were brought in separate flights today.

Sapam Kangleipal alias Chirangelen alias Sarat (38) s/o S Shyamsunder of Nongada Awang Leikai, was granted transit remand by the court in connection with a case filed against him in December 2008 and brought to Imphal. The court granted 6 days transit remand and police will produce him before the Court of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Imphal East.

Similarly KCP PWG leader Wahengbam Thoi Luwang alias Thawai Lakpa (36) s/o (L) W Thaba of Wabagai Terapishak and Kangabam Roshan (27) s/o (L) K Gogo of Brahmapur Thangapat Mapal, were also produced with a prayer for 6 days transit remand to produce them before the Court of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Imphal West, in connection with an FIR registered against them by Lamphel PS in May this year.

It may be mentioned that Sapamcha Kangleipal, was arrested on May 7, 2008 from Manipur Press Club on seditious charge and by the then government for his dissent against the decision of the then government for setting up of Special Police Officers (SPO) by allotting guns to the villagers of Heirok in the similar way of Salwa Judum.

On May 13, 2008 he was produced before the Chief Judicial magistrate and the court released him on bail on the ground that the sedition charge against him was not genuine. However, as he came out of the court room he was again detained by the state authority under National Security Act (NSA).

After staying in the Sajiwa Jail for some months jail authority admitted him at JN Hospital (now JNIMS) after he developed Erosine Gastritis .

On the adjoining night of 28 and 29 December, 2008 Sapamcha Kangleipal escaped from the security ward at the then JN Hospital. Since then police had been hunting him. 

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Protest demanding justice for Babysana looms at UK road

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Imphal Aug 11,

Several sit-in-protest against the mysterious death of Babysana were staged in many parts of Imphal today. 

Sit in protest demanding justice to Babysana along the Uripok Kanchup road from Uripok Panchi Maning Leikai looms at many places along the Uripok Kangchup road. 

Speaking to media persons Secretary of Uripok Laikhurembi Women’s Organisation Sagolshem Premabati strongly condemned for not bringing out the culprit even after 20 days of investigation. She further said that they didn’t believed that the case of Babysana as suicide because she doesn’t attain the age for having suicidal thoughts. 

Premabati further urged to quicken the investigation and deliver justice to the deceased Babysana.  

The sit in protest was held at Uripok Laikhurembi, Uripok Panchai Maning Leikai, Uripok Tourangbam Leikai, Uripok Achom Leikai, Uripok Khumanthem Leikai, Uripok Yambem Leikai, Uripok Ahanthem Leikai, Uripok Ningthoukhongjam Leikai, Nagampal Singjubung Leikai which was organised by its respective clubs and Meira Paibis.  

Police personnel dispersed the sit in protest around 2 in the evening.

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State police seizes over Rs. 33 lakhs worth Heroine powder

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Imphal, Aug 11,

It is not only the state government machineries but the civil society organizations, local clubs and even UGs that are engaging in “war against drug”, a mission initiated by the Chief Minister of Manipur, yet there seems to be no dearth for many virus of the state to smuggle these slow killing drugs in the state.
A day after civil society organizations in Kangpokpi District burnt Rs. 2.5 crore worth narcotic substances seized and handed over to Kuki Inpi Kangpokpi by armed group Kuki National Front, state police of Thoubal district seized Rs  .33,60,000/-worth Heroine powder (No. 4) from areas under Lilong Police station.
As per report from the police source, a team of state police from Lilong Police Station  Lilong PS led by Inspector O. Ajit Singh , who is also the Officer in charge of Lilong Police station assisted by SI W. Manitomba Singh along with members of CSO of Lilong, ALADA arrested two drug peddlers from Nungei area in Thoubal district at around 9.30 pm yesterday. The operation was conducted under the supervision of the Thoubal district SP Dr. Ibomcha. And the two arrested drug peddlers had been identified as Moinam Md. Amar Khan (22) S/O Md. Nurul Haque of Thoubal Moijing Konjin Leikai and Maibam Md. Doctor Rahaman (33) S/O Md. Muhidur Rahaman of Khekman Amakcham, Thoubal.
As per the source, 168 gram of suspected Heroine no. 4 powder were seized from the possession of Md. Amar Khan. One Auto Rickshaw bearing R/no. MN01L 1589 used in transportation of the drugs was also seized from the possession of Md. Doctor Rahaman, the source added.  
The local market value of the seized Heroine no. 4 powder is about Rs.33,60,000/-. A case has been registered in Lilong Police station and investigation is being on to arrest more.

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Youth conclave on exploring a better future for Mankind held

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Imphal Aug 11,

A youth conclave on exploring a better future for Mankind which was organised jointly by The Sangai Express and ISTV networks at Sangai Continental, Imphal today.
Addressing on the conclave Publisher of Sangai Express Nishikanta Sapam stressed the need of having good education. He also differentiate the terms Literacy, Qualification and education and added that the need of the hour is to have good education.
Highlighting the idea of good education Nishikanta stressed that the good education is to enable a good human being. He added that he we are a good human being we will ultimately love the mankind.
Stressing on religion he said that Humanity is the ultimate religion of all. He further said that the integration of heart and mind is needed.
Nishikanta appeal the people and the youths in particular to not have communal thing, and no discrimination of caste, creed, sex and religion.
He concluded that the ultimate goal about good education is to find happiness.
Administrator of Manipur University Jarnail Singh addressing the conclave as the Chief Guest highlighted that China is afraid of India for two main reasons. He added that higher population of youths in India than China is one of the main reasons. Jarnail added that the nation was shaped by the youths of the country.
Making another point he said that the greater agricultural lands of the country than that of China even though China has greater land mass made the Chinese country to fear India.
Focusing on the youths he said that healthy body and a good mind is a a must.
He also said that the official should not stay in their respective office and instead that they should go to places for more better knowledge and to impart more better schemes.
The conclave was attended by Director of RIMS A. Shanta, Director of Social Welfare Ng. Uttam and Professor of MIMS, MU Prof Ch. Ibohal as distinguished speakers.

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Sit-in-protest held against the Clinical Establishment Act

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Imphal Aug 11,

All Manipur Physiotherapy Association (AMPA) today staged a sit in protest at Keishampat Leimajam Leikai Community hall  opposing the Clinical Establishment Act 2019.
Speaking to media persons Secretary General of AMPA Leishangthem Romenkumar said that they strongly opposed the clinical establishment act 2019 where the passing of this act will hamper their independence. He added that physiotherapy doctors will be under a profession.
Stressing on the definition by World Health Organisation Romenkumar said that the physiotherapy doctors are autonomous profession and also they are not paramedical.
The act was brought up to the parliament session on July 17, 2019 by Ministry of Health and Family.

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Photo Club condoles Photojournalist Ph.Santosh

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Imphal, Aug 11,

Members of Manipur Amateur Photo Club, in a condolence meeting held In the evening of 10 August at its office at New Checkon Road, condole the untimely demise of Its founder member Phanjoubam Santosh of Wangkhei Meihoubam Lampak who passed away on 9 August 2019 clue to an ailment. A two minute silence was observed in honour of the departed soul. The club also shared the bereavement of his family.

Phanjoubam Santosh had been a member of Manipur Amateur Photo Club since Its inception in the name of lmphal Amateur Photo Club during the mid-1995 and has been actively involved in the activities of the club with regard to promotion and development of photography In the State. He was an avid photographer always ready to embark on photo expeditions to far flung hilly areas. It is indeed a great loss for the club and the photography fraternity to lose such a great inspiring photographer who was also a Photojournalist of the Press Trust of India by profession.

Thousands of photographs relating to Manipur ranging from landscapes, travel, people and places, lifestyles, culture, wildlife, environment, documentation, news photographs, events, indigenous sports, and architecture were credited to him and published in both national and international media. His works were exhibited in the club’s various photo exhibitions. In the year 2014, one thousand and one photographs shot by him were exhibited in a series of state wide solo photo exhibition held in various parts of the Manipur like Imphal, Jiribam and Moreh.

 

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In the name of Love

By- Dr.Nunglekpam Premi Devi
Independent Scholar

Call me by something, different and ‘even’ name;
‘Please’ me by cute, tiny and strange name;
‘Ebemma’, ‘echoubi’, ‘echan’, ‘e-che’ and ‘enao’;
Fascinating by the tangling ‘ethos’,
Captivating and enthralling and charming;
Oh! Those emotions so sweetening  
Making me proud; making me beautiful;
‘You’ hate me for nothing, blank;
‘You’ chase me for defying your words;
‘Naughty’ as I could; ‘Innocent’ as I exist;
Jumping and running free as I could,
There built no barrier ‘gender’ or ‘religion’;
 No secrete ‘hand’ dare tempt to touch,
So wildly and so vividly I flung off ‘naked’;
Re-birthing ‘me’ each day cocooning,
Tendering and fondling, caring and worshiping;
‘Home’ sweet home ‘ema’, ‘baba’ and ‘we’ll’,
Love, o love! Love’s a different meaning.

Call me by something, different and ‘even’ name
‘Fight’ me by worst, conquering and crushing ‘name’;
‘Kasubi’, ‘Besha’, ‘Oktabi’ and ‘Minai-nubi’,
‘Lam-chat naidbi’, ‘O-lakhi’, ‘Hing-chabi’ and ‘Mi-hatpi;
Criticizing and defeating with no mistake;
Killing ‘me’ so apart alive when in ‘you’ try ruling,
Pulling and triggering my emotions ‘unsaved’;
‘Whisking’ me away, forcing deep drowning;
Ah! You the ruler so timid,
Calling ‘me’ by different name ‘sarcastically’;
‘Rules’ for what goodness; ‘mastering’ your ‘egos’;
Living’s so threatening; I doubt as I live;
Oh! Log me in; count me off the ridge ‘social’
‘Ditching’ me into the category ‘scarlet’;
‘Flashing’ me helping ‘glowing’ so profoundly;
Love, Oh! Love you’re too daring I may say;

Call me by something, different and ‘even’ name;
‘Please’ me by trick, fraud and challenged name;
‘I love you so deep and I’ll die for you’;
‘I’ll buy for you’ and I’ll gift you’;
Oops! Everlasting sound emotions, sparkling into,
‘You deserve this and that’; Do I?’
‘Believing’ thousands, I fall down until I twisted;
‘Higher’ I float; ‘Lower’ down deep you pull me into;
Whirling and whirling until you shred ‘me’;
‘Into the jaws of shame; into the jaws of sinner’
‘Into the jaws of humiliation; into the jaws of embracement’;
‘Throwing me out’ and ‘kicking me out’;
‘Spit onto me; and slapping me harder’
‘Dragging me by hair and cutting it hurriedly’;
‘Who am I? And what you’re to me?’
‘So cruel and so murderous’ you become;
Love, Oh Love!  You’re so inhuman all thy ‘name’.

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Assam Rifles Organises Monthly Village Chief Meet

IGAR (South)
Imphal Aug 11,

Moreh Battalion of 26 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of IGAR (South) organised monthly village Chief/Secretary meeting at T-Minou on yesterday. Village Chiefs, Secretaries and villagers attended the meeting. The various requirements in village to include the projects to taken up under BADP was discussed.
The recent developments and security situation with respect to the forthcoming Independent Day was deliberated upon. The importance for maintaining peace and harmony in the area was discussed in detail during the meeting. Village Chiefs/Secretary have agreed to maintain close liaison with Assam Rifles the border guarding force, they assured their wholehearted support in the overall aim and larger interest. A total of 14 village chiefs attended the meeting.  
The other agenda points of the meeting included security aspects and exchange of info. The village Chiefs and Secretaries thanked Assam Rifles for its efforts to ensure peace and tranquility in the area. They also assured their whole hearted cooperation with Assam Rifles in future also.  

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Free Gall Bladder keyhole surgery held in RIMS

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Imphal Aug 11,

A two days workshop on free Gall Bladder Keyhole Surgery was inaugurated yesterday. by the Director of RIMS, Imphal Prof. A. Santa Singh at the Seminar Hall, Department of Anesthesiology, RIMS, Imphal. The Medical Superintendent of RIMS Hospital, Prof. Ch. Arunkumar Singh, Dean (Academic) Prof. Brogen Singh Akoijam, Head of Surgery Department Prof. M. Birkumar Sharma, Head of Anesthesiology Department, Prof. L. Deban Singh, faculty members from Surgery & Anesthesiology Departments, PG students were present in the inaugural function of the two days workshop.
The workshop was jointly organized by the Departments of Surgery and Anesthesiology, RIMS, Imphal. On the first day of the workshop, 9 cases were operated and the workshop will continue till tomorrow from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm.  
A renowned surgeon Dr. Purnendu Roy from Genesis Hospital, Kolkata was also participated in the workshop.  Dr. Purnendu Roy also delivered a talk for the Post Graduate students during the talk.

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Chief Minister assures to punish the murderer of Achou Meitei

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Imphal, Aug 11,

Representatives of the Joint Action Committee (JAC) formed against the death of Khangembam Achou Meitei along with relatives of the deceased met  Chief Minister N. Biren Singh at Chief Ministers Secretariat, Babupara, lmphal in the presence of Kumbi A/C MLA S. Bira Singh and Government officials concerned on Saturday evening.
The JAC members and relatives of the deceased had a lengthy discussion with the Chief Minister regarding the unfortunate incident which occurred at Kumbi Setupur Mayai Leikai in Bishnupur District on 6th August 2019.
During the meeting, the JAC members also submitted a memorandum which contained a charter of demands. After a thorough discussion with the Chief Minister, the JAC and family members agreed to claim the body of Achou Meitei. On the other hand, Chief Minister instructed the 500/500 concerned to resolve the land dispute in question at the earliest.
It was assured also from the side of the Government that necessary swift action be taken up to punish the accused person as per law of the land.
The Chief Minister also handed over some financial assistance to the family of the deceased.

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