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Imphal, 4 April 2016 : Shanker Man Thapa of Assam and S. Premila of  Yairpok have won the man's and women's 10th Mega Marathon 2016 respectively. Shanker Man Thapa clocked one hour, 5 minutes 29 seconds 29 to clinch the title. Sanjit Luwang of Yaripok who clocked one hour 8 minutes 11 seconds 11 came second while Md Amir Khan of Yaripok clocked one hour 8 minutes 22 seconds to bag the third place. Women's winner S. Premila covered the distance in one hour 27 minutes 5 seconds. M K. Minarashi also of Yairipok clocked one hour 29 minutes 4 seconds to claim the second place and T. Russia of Ngairangbam bagged the third place by clocking one hour 29 Minutes 34 Secondsi. United People Front  organised the race under the aegis of Athletic Association, Manipur. At least 2000 men and women athletes took part in the long distance run. The best three runners in men's and women's categories were presented with Rs 30 thousand, 20 thousand and 15 thousand respectively. Speaker.

Imphal, 4 April 2016 : The people of Nongshum Khull in Khundrakpam A/C today blocked the roads from ‘Khamelok to Imphal’ and ‘Hongmahn to Imphal’ protesting frequent threats by Kuki Liberation Army - KLA which is a signatory to Suspension of Operation with the govt. Villagers of Nongshum Khull consisting of young and old men are guarding the village at night along with their licence guns in fear that KLA cadres will attack the village. Villagers told media persons about the atrocities of the KLA cadres on the villagers. Villagers said they blocked the village roads after receiving information of KLA cadres arriving at Sinai Camp. The closure of the roads have affected people living in interior Kuki villages in Saikul A/C. Vehicles including two wheelers are not allowed to move on the blocked roads. JAC Against the Torture of Nongshum Village by KLA, KNO Convenor, Kongjengbam Ibungobi said they will impose economic blockade in case govt fails to resolve the issue with the Kuki village chiefs.

Imphal, 4 April 2016 : In the midst of confusion and rain, women vendors this morning occupied the temporary market sheds constructed on the western side of Johnstone Higher Secondary School and carried on their business. Since early morning women vendors of the Luxmi Market and New market turned up at the temporary market and waited for their turn. Chairperson of Imphal Municipal Co-operation A. Nimai Sharma, Revenue Officer Sarda Manorharmayum, Bazar Board Chairperson Y. Ratikanta helped in the allotment of the seats to the the women vendors. It may be recalled that the two Kwairamband Keithel were damaged in the Jan 4 earthquake this year displacing thousands of women vendors. The women vendors carried on their business under the Bir Tikendrajit flyover and roadsides on the BT road before they reoccupied the two damaged markets as the last resort. IMC officials said the temporary market sheds will be dismantled after restoration of the Luxmi Market and New market is completed.

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Imphal, 2 April 2016 : 9 persons including 5 women were injured in a fight between 2 villages in Chandel District headquarters over land dispute this morning around 6. The injured are admitted at SHIJA Hospitals and the condition of 3 of them are said to be critical. Sources said about 150 heavily armed villagers of Lambung village led by the village chief came to Mantripantha village in the morning and vandalised the fences of houses. Villagers of Mantripantha were attacked with sticks and knives when they tried to stop the advancing Lambing villagers who even fired in the air. Chandel police rushed to the spot and put the situation under control. District administration also clamped section 144 of CrPC in the area. Chandel MLA, Victor Nunglung visited the injured who are mostly villagers of Mantripantha.

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