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Parliamentarians in the Lok Sabha during a special session at the new Parliament building.

Lok Sabha Passes Women Reservation Bill With Bipartisan Support, 454 MPs Vote In Favour

Only two MPs in the Lok Sabha voted against the Women Reservation Bill. The bill seeks to reserve one-third of the seats in the Lok Sabha and in the assemblies of states and Union Territories (UTs) for women. After Lok...

21 September 2023

Security forces personnel lob teargas shells to disperse rioters after a mob allegedly attempted to loot weapons from an India Reserve Battalion located in Khangabok, in Thoubal district of Manipur.

175 Killed In Four Months Of Ethnic Violence, 96 Bodies Still Unclaimed: Manipur Police

Manipur Police said that a total of 9,332 cases have been registered and 325 people were arrested during four months of ethnic violence in the state.

15 September 2023

The CPI (M) delegation meeting Governor Anusuiya Uikey

CPI (M) Delegation Visiting Manipur Meets Governor Anusuiya Uikey, Discusses Issues Of Displaced People

A four-member delegation of the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) headed by General Secretary Sitaram Yechury is on a visit of Manipur.

19 August 2023

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi

I Support Women Reservation Bill, I'd Like To See OBC Reservation In Bill: Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi In Lok Sabha

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi asked the Narendra Modi government to conduct a caste census and release the caste data collected during the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government.

20 September 2023

Waepon loot attempt in Manipur

Dorment Terror Groups Like UNLF, PLA Becoming Active In Manipur During Ethnic Conflict, Creating Unrest: Report

Over 4,000 guns, including automatic AK assault rifles and MP5 guns, have been stolen along with around 6 lakh bullets that are also understood to have bolstered the antisocial elements in Manipur.

11 September 2023

Visual from violence-hit Manipur

Over 2,000 Govt Employees Transferred To Safer Districts In Manipur: Report

The employees have been transferred to districts where they would face no threats as tensions continue to divide Manipur's Meitei and tribal communities.

18 August 2023

Kerala Devaswom Minister  K Radhakrishnan

Kerala Devaswom Minister Addresses Caste Discrimination, Calls It A 'Stain' In Minds Of Certain People

Kerala Devaswom Minister K Radhakrishnan said that compared to many northern states, Kerala has come a long way in eliminating caste-based discrimination and the society in the southern state would not accept such evils at...

19 September 2023

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Tagged as 'criminal' by the British over a century ago, the Phasi Pardhi tribe continues to live in the tag's shadow, surviving under flyovers and doing menial jobs. (Representative Image)

In Search Of Honour And Land To Call Their Own, Phasi Pardhi Tribe Still Can’t Shed ‘Criminal’ Tag Slapped By British

The Phasi Pardhi tribe was denotified as a ‘criminal tribe’ in 1952. Yet, despite all these years, the tribals continue to face ostracism and discrimination as the ‘criminal’ tag refuses to go away.

09 August 2023

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09 August 2023
Himachal Pradesh’s Hattis Get Scheduled Tribe Status After 56 Years Of Struggle, Look Forward To New Beginnings

Himachal Pradesh’s Hattis Get Scheduled Tribe Status After 56 Years Of Struggle, Look Forward To New Beginnings

The scheduled tribe (ST) status for Hattis marks the end of uncertainties and despair and the beginning of a new chapter of hope. For over five decades, the...


31 July 2023
44% Households In Scheduled Tribe Areas Do Not Have Tap Water Connection, Says Government

44% Households In Scheduled Tribe Areas Do Not Have Tap Water Connection, Says Government

About 44 per cent of rural households in Scheduled Tribe areas are yet to receive tap water connection according to the Minister of State for Jal Shakti,...


30 July 2023
Opposition Legislators Visit War-Torn Manipur

Opposition Legislators Visit War-Torn Manipur

A delegation from the opposition alliance INDIA met the victims of months-long violence in Manipur. They also interacted with the Meitei community of...


25 July 2023
Manipur: Tribal Women Hold Protest In Churachandpur, Seek Separate Administration

Manipur: Tribal Women Hold Protest In Churachandpur, Seek Separate Administration

Tribal women from the Zo-Kuki community staged a protest in Manipur's Churachandpur. They raised posters seeking a separate administrative region for the...


25 July 2023
In Photos: Manipur Relief Camps

In Photos: Manipur Relief Camps

Thousands of Manipur residents were displaced due to the ongoing ethnic violence in the state and they took shelter in relief camps set up in different places...


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21 July 2023
Nationwide Protests Erupt Over Manipur Violence: Students, Mahila Congress Workers, And AAP Join Demonstrations

Nationwide Protests Erupt Over Manipur Violence: Students, Mahila Congress Workers, And AAP Join Demonstrations

Nationwide outrage ensues over the recent wave of violence in Manipur, as students, Mahila Congress workers, and AAP members stage protests across various...


05 July 2023
In Pictures: 2 Months Later, Violence Continues In Manipur

In Pictures: 2 Months Later, Violence Continues In Manipur

It has been nearly two months since a deadly conflict erupted between two ethnic communities that have armed themselves and launched brutal attacks against one...


30 June 2023
In Pictures: Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi Visits Violence-Hit Manipur

In Pictures: Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi Visits Violence-Hit Manipur

Rahul Gandhi reached Moirang in Manipur, and interacted with affected people in relief camps. Nearly 120 people have died and more than 3,000 injured in the...


30 June 2023
Manipur: Mob Dispersed With Tear Gas Shells In Imphal

Manipur: Mob Dispersed With Tear Gas Shells In Imphal

The police fired tear gas shells to disperse a mob in Manipur's capital Imphal on Thursday. The mob had gathered at Khwairamband Bazaar in Imphal where the...


16 June 2023
Manipur Violence: 9 Killed, 10 Injured In Fresh Militant Attack

Manipur Violence: 9 Killed, 10 Injured In Fresh Militant Attack

On Monday night the gunfight took place in Manipur's Khamenlok area in exchange of fire between militants and village volunteers.


29 May 2023
Kuki Tribals Protest Against Manipur Government

Kuki Tribals Protest Against Manipur Government

Members of the Kuki tribe are protesting against the Manipur government in Delhi. Ethnic violence in the state, which went on for days and was contained after...


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22 May 2023
Kudmi-Mahatos Vs Adivasis: Can Jharkhand Turn Into Another Manipur Over ST Status?

Kudmi-Mahatos Vs Adivasis: Can Jharkhand Turn Into Another Manipur Over ST Status?

A rift between the Kudmi-Mahatos and the Adivasis has developed along the same lines. The Kudmis have been demanding their inclusion in the STs for a long...


22 May 2023
Manipur: The Heavy Burden Of Ethnic Riots On Women And Children

Manipur: The Heavy Burden Of Ethnic Riots On Women And Children

The worst affected by the violent clashes in Manipur are women, elderly and children who now face an uncertain future


20 May 2023
Manipur Violence: Lynchings, Villages Burnt, Lives Disrupted. But Where Was The State?

Manipur Violence: Lynchings, Villages Burnt, Lives Disrupted. But Where Was The State?

The ethnic violence in Manipur has widened the divide between the Meitei and the Kuki communities. But one question haunts everyone: where was the government?


19 May 2023
Manipur Shall Overcome

Manipur Shall Overcome

In the past, Manipur has experienced several conflicts and has come out stronger. It will this time too.


19 May 2023
Manipur: An Uneasy Calm Prevails As The State Faces Long Road Ahead To Peace

Manipur: An Uneasy Calm Prevails As The State Faces Long Road Ahead To Peace

A set of post-violence developments may end up preparing the ground for the widening of the rift. The continued blame game is keeping the atmosphere tense.


19 May 2023
Manipur: The Long-Running Fire In The Hills

Manipur: The Long-Running Fire In The Hills

The selective targeting of the Kukis and the radicalisation of Meitei youths in Imphal Valley is a cause for grave concern


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