5 killed, 20 injured in Manipur in last three days, non-stop firing still on
Sources said that the death toll in the incessant firing exchanges was six to seven in three days but officials were yet to confirm it.
5 houses burnt in Manipur capital, 3 weapons looted from security force
A police official said that the firefighters immediately rushed to the spot and doused the blaze, before it could spread in the congested areas. Immediately after the incident, agitated people assembled in the area and blamed the authorities for not identifying the culprits behind the arson.
Manipur violence: SC named 3-judge panel to monitor conditions at relief camps, decide compensation
The bench of CJI DY Chandrachud and Justices JB Pardiwala and Manoj Misra said that the objective of constitution of such a committee is to restore the faith and confidence of the community in the justice system and secondly, to ensure that the rule of law is restored.
SC to constitute 3-judge committee to look into 'humanitarian' issues in violence-hit Manipur
The committee will be headed by Justice Gita Mittal, former Chief Justice of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court. Justice Shalini Joshi, retired judge of the Bombay High Court and Justice Asha Menon, former judge of the Delhi High Court will also form the part of the committee.
Mobs loot huge cache of arms, ammunition from Manipur Police posts, one cop killed
A security personnel was killed at Koutruk in Bishnupur district when the armed attackers engaged in an encounter with the security forces. A Manipur Police statement late on Thursday night said that a mob stormed Keirenphabi Police outpost and Thangalawai Police outpost of Manipur Armed Police's 2nd Battalion in Bishnupur and took away a huge cache of arms and ammunition.
There is no law and order left': Supreme Court on Manipur violence
"The investigation is so lethargic. There has been a breakdown of constitutional machinery to the extent that FIR could not be registered. Maybe it is correct that the police could not arrest as it could not enter the locality. There was a complete breakdown of law and order machinery of the state," remarked a bench headed by CJI D.Y.
Massive peace rally in Manipur against militants, division of state
The participants of the rally, comprising men,women and elderly persons, gave slogans like "Long Live Manipur", "Stop Illegal Infiltration", "Implement National Population Register (NPR)", "No Division of Manipur", "Protect indigenous people", "Protect forest and Environment" and "Stop crime against women".
Attackers burn 30 abandoned houses, shops in Manipur’s border Moreh town
Officials said that when the security forces reached in the areas under Tengnoupal district, the armed attackers opened fire on the paramilitary troopers, who retaliated, forcing them to flee. Search operation was on to nab the attackers. In view of the ethnic violence, most people abandoned their houses and shops in Moreh, a border town, 110 km south of Manipur capital Imphal and just four km west of Myanmar's biggest border town Tamu in Sagaing region.