Guwahati/Batadrava, August 18: Batadrova Police on Saturday arrested a youth for allegedly raping a 10-year-old minor girl in Batadrava on Saturday.
The accused identified as Rituraj Bordoloi is a resident of Nagaon’s Habi Borongabari Rongadoiya village.
As per reports, the accused was taken into police custody and was charged under the POCSO Act.
Guwahati/Moran, August 18: In a shocking incident, a 35-year-old man has been accused of allegedly raping a six-year-old girl child in Moran.
As per reports, the accused has been identified as Moonmoon Sonowal. He visited the victim on Wednesday when the girl was alone in her house. The locals alleged that “taking advantage of the situation”, Sonowal raped the minor girl child.
The locals also said that Sonowal is a distant relative of the victim and she addresses him as an uncle. The victim is now undergoing treatment.
Guwahati, August 18: In a shocking incident, a minor girl child was allegedly raped by the husband of her tuition teacher in Nagaon. The victim studies in Class 3.
The girl used to go for tuition daily in Kharampatty after her school. The victim girl told media that Ajay Agarwal, husband of Ghungru Agarwal, took off her clothes and raped her in his house.
“I was bleeding…uncle (Ajay) asked me to take a bath. After I came out of the bathroom, my tuition teacher (Ghungru) threatened me to keep quiet about the incident or else she would kill my family. I was asked to go home,” the victim told me.
Guwahati, August 18: The principal of a missionary-run school in Morigoan was arrested on Friday for not hoisting the national flag on the Independence Day.
James Xavier (34), principal of Saint Eugene School, was arrested following complaints that the school did not have the flag hoisting ceremony on Independence Day, i.e. August 15. As per reports, the missionary-run school, from kindergarten to class six, has over 250 students.
Dimapur, Aug. 17 (EMN): The NSCN (K) on Friday impeached its chairman Khango Konyak and replaced him with Yung Aung – the nephew of the late SS Khaplang – as the new ‘acting chairman’ of the organisation, according to a Times of India report.
It cited Indian intelligence agencies view of this development “as a bloodless coup by Myanmar-origin Naga member of NSCN (K) to throw out an Indian-origin Naga leader.”
UKHRUL | Aug 17 : After a gap of 30 years, remittance for Ukhrul banks arrived by surface transport today. Due to the inclement weather for flying choppers, remittances for Ukhrul have been cancelled five times already and this one-time arrangement was made possible by the efforts of the government of Manipur along with local MLAs, banks and security personnel.
The inward remittance for Ukhrul banks had been scheduled for May 29, June 15, July 2, July 17 and July 24 respectively but the schedules were all cancelled due to bad weather conditions and other technical problems thereby resulting to acute shortage of cash in the banks at Ukhrul.
JIRIBAM | Aug 17 : “When we analysed the products which the people of Manipur use from morning to night, it can be said that there are hardly any products made by ourselves. A huge amount of money has been drained away from the economically backward state to meet the daily requirements of essential items,” said Dr Dhabali Thangjam, MD, Babina Healthcare and Hospitality Pvt. Ltd.
Three new household sanitary products called Yumbi Phenyl, Konshine and Cleanext manufactured by The Lois, Manipur, Leimaram, co-founded by Prashant Ningthoujam and Samarendra Shamjetsabam were formally launched today at Manipur Press club. Manipur Times shopping hoisted the programme.
IMPHAL | Aug 17 : The police department today suspended two sub-inspectors of police over the torching of three vehicles by bandh supporters along the National Highway-37 Imphal-Jiribam road.
Two loaded trucks and a passenger vehicle were torched by bandh supporters yesterday morning around 7:30 am along the NH-37 during the 24 hours bandh jointly called by Zeliangrong civil bodies.
Bandh supporters also inflicted damaged to at least two passenger vehicles plying along the Highway but no human casualty was reported.
JIRIBAM | Aug 17 : As a part of the ongoing process of checking the influx of illegal immigrants via Jiribam, the Jiribam District Police conducted verification of migrants that comes every Friday in Manipur through train by posing as tourists.
While checking a passenger train, 52 persons including 10 women and 10 children were found travelling without any valid ID documents and travelling tickets. Most of them claimed to have come for sight-seeing at Jiribam and Vangaichungpao.
Zingyat mamathãsã lala, pung 5/6 shakha zangda kala shongfa zakshilãk kahai alungli kilometer 25 shakha cover sãda nganuilãk kahai, Mapum Government High School wui mayarnao kala shanao 78 shakhana Ukhrul Headquarter li rãda 72nd Independence Day khamayon, khare sãda rãzangda, border shanao bingna maikhayã samphangda thotrinchan kadhar semhaira.
School contingent bing, Manipur Police, Manipur Rifles kala Assam Rifles wui band display kasã china, Ukhrul District Headquarter li Independence Day khamayon wui matailãk kahai ãkha sãda mayon kahaina. Hili kha ngatateidawui einala rãzanga.
Langdang eina Shirui wui ngachaili Shongfa minkhai kahai (land slide) wui maram eina Shirui wui eina khuikhaung PHED Water Supply Pipeline khanini chi minthui haira.
Minthui kahai pipeline khani hi GREF/ BRTF na Retaining Wall eina ngasoda Shongfa hi masem akha Pipeline hi semkapai position li malei thuda PHED na yaruili tara supply sãngai sãlala masãkapai maram leikahai hina kachang khani shakha Ukhrul HQs hili tara supply maleifa mara da Qr. Themreishang, AE PHED na The Ãja Daily wui paomeli chitheimi haira.
India wui apam ngatateidali mayon khangarok thãda ayã Kasom Sub-division HQ lila 72 kãkashung Independence Day, Sub-Division hiwui SDO Qr. David Kashung na masowo samida kakhalat leilak eina khuikã haira.
Kamjong District Trade Union wui President Qr. M. Wungreingam eina Secretary Qr. Letsei Mate na chiho kashok lairik akhali, ID wui programme chili rãkazang area chiwui awungabingli football, volleyball kala red blanket hikathãbing yaomi hairada hanga.