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State Anthem

All Manipur Matam Isei Kanglup (AMMIK) today urged the state government to adopt the famous song “Sana Leibak Manipur” written by late B. Jyantakumar Sharma as the state anthem. In a pree meet held today at Manipur press club, the AMMIK urged the government to announce the song as state anthem before the Shardha of the late lyricist. A spokesperson of AMMIK  said that Sana Leibak Manipur is a popular lyrics written by the late lyricist and is one of the masterpiece of B. Jyentakumar Sharma which depicted the essence of patroitism. He said adopting the song as national anthem will be a mark of respect to the departed soul.   

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VDF general strike

The 24 hours general strike called by the VDF has failed to give any impact to the life of Imphal city. However, the general strike affected normalcy at Bishenpur bazaar. Almost all shops and business establishment were remained shuts in the district during the general strike. On the other hand inter- district bus service was put to a complete halt due to the general strike.

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Mob thrashes vehicle lifter; handed over to police

A vehicle lifter was caught red handed by locals of Keishamthong Elangbam Leikai on Tuesday morning while he was trying to steal a two wheeler vehicle parked in front of Saajan office located at the bank of Nambul River at Mayokpha area of Keishamthong Elangbam Leikai Imphal. A partner of the vehicle lifter managed to escape from the scene. Angry locals of the area started thrashing the person and later handed over to Imphal West Police. As according to a driving license found from his pocket, the vehicle lifter is identified as Rabi son of Shabir of Lillong Hoareibi Mayai Leikai.

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Looter rounded up

A looter who used to rob people by using toy gun on the way between Thoubal College and YVU and Kabrang Hill in Thoubal district was rounded up by locals of Thoubal Wangma Taba area on Tuesday afternoon.  The looter has been identified as Leitanthem Ichamba (age 36) son of Leitanthem Biren of Thoubal Wangma Taba Mathak Leikai. One stripe of N-10 tablet was recovered from his possession. He was later handed over to police.

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