B Sunzu

'B Sunzu' - 11 News Result(s)

  • With A Cabinet Reshuffle In Manipur, Congress Buys Peace With Rebels
    India News | Written by Alok Pandey and B Sunzu | Tuesday April 12, 2016
    The crisis in the Manipur Congress, brewing for over two years now and posing a possible threat to the government in the state, appeared to have blown over for now, with Chief Minister Ibobi Singh reshuffling his cabinet just a few months before assembly elections in the state.
  • Villages Near Manipur Ambush Site Still Deserted as Residents Put Off Return
    India News | Saturday June 20, 2015
    Life is yet to return to normalcy for the villages in Chandel, where 18 Indian soldiers were killed in a deadly ambush two weeks ago. At least three villages located a few kilometres near the ambush site are still deserted; villagers fear for their lives and are reluctant to return home.
  • In This State Capital, Over 30 Blasts in Just 80 Days
    India News | Written by Alok Pandey and B Sunzu | Friday March 13, 2015
    Three people were killed and 23 injured in Imphal's latest Improvised Explosive Blast (IED) blast on Wednesday evening that took place near a crowded marketplace.
  • In This Border State, A Special Drive to Combat a Dangerous Drug
    India News | Monday February 23, 2015
    Paramilitary Assam Rifles and Manipur Police have, in a joint operation, launched a special drive against drug trafficking in the state. The security forces are trying to target the rampant practice of poppy cultivation in the state.
  • 8 Human Skulls Found in Imphal at Site Held by Paramilitary Forces Earlier
    India News | Written by Alok Pandey and B Sunzu | Monday December 29, 2014
    At least eight human skulls and other skeletal remains have been found in the last 48 hours at the construction site of a new market complex in Manipur's capital Imphal. The site previously housed a government-run school before it was occupied by the central paramilitary forces.
  • Manipur's Malom Massacre: High Court Orders Rs 5 Lakh Compensation For Victims' Families
    India News | Alok Pandey and B Sunzu | Sunday December 7, 2014
    The Manipur High Court has ordered Rs 5 lakh compensation for each of the families of 10 people killed by the Assam Rifles in November 2000, in what was later alleged to be a fake encounter. But for the families of those who were killed 14 years ago, compensation is just the first step towards justice.
  • Why Manipur Will Miss Mary Kom's Film Avatar
    India News | Alok Pandey, B Sunzu | Tuesday August 26, 2014
    Boxer MC Mary Kom is one of India's biggest sporting icons. Back home in Manipur, her story is one of grit and perseverance, and one where, in between attending school, caring for her younger siblings, and training to be a boxer in the insurgency ridden state, Mary Kom went on to become an Olympic medalist, a five-time world amateur boxing champion...
  • Rishang Keishing, India's oldest parliamentarian, decides to call it a day
    India News | Alok Pandey and B Sunzu | Saturday February 1, 2014
    In 1952, he was among the youngest MPs elected to India's first Lok Sabha. Rishang Keishing, India's oldest parliamentarian at 94, has now decided to hang up his boots and return to his first love, gardening.
  • World War II aircraft wreckage recovered in Manipur
    India News | Alok Pandey and B Sunzu | Tuesday January 14, 2014
    The wreckage of an aircraft, believed to be from the Second World War, has been found in Manipur's Senapati district.
  • Landslide cuts off Manipur from rest of India, supplies run out
    India News | B M Sunzu | Wednesday July 24, 2013
    Manipur has once again been cut off from the rest of the country by road for the past one week. This time, it's a crippling landslide that has shut the only motorable highway into the state. Authorities say repairs will be extensive and time-consuming.
  • Britain says its greatest battle was fought in Imphal and Kohima
    India News | Written by Alok Pandey and B Sunzu | Tuesday May 28, 2013
    By the time the war ended, it was one of the most brutal campaigns in military history. For the British, the war may have ended in victory, but the empire was never the same again. The end of the Raj was near. For Japan, the loss of South Asia marked the end of its era of aggression, the end of its imperialist ambitions.

'B Sunzu' - 11 News Result(s)

  • With A Cabinet Reshuffle In Manipur, Congress Buys Peace With Rebels
    India News | Written by Alok Pandey and B Sunzu | Tuesday April 12, 2016
    The crisis in the Manipur Congress, brewing for over two years now and posing a possible threat to the government in the state, appeared to have blown over for now, with Chief Minister Ibobi Singh reshuffling his cabinet just a few months before assembly elections in the state.
  • Villages Near Manipur Ambush Site Still Deserted as Residents Put Off Return
    India News | Saturday June 20, 2015
    Life is yet to return to normalcy for the villages in Chandel, where 18 Indian soldiers were killed in a deadly ambush two weeks ago. At least three villages located a few kilometres near the ambush site are still deserted; villagers fear for their lives and are reluctant to return home.
  • In This State Capital, Over 30 Blasts in Just 80 Days
    India News | Written by Alok Pandey and B Sunzu | Friday March 13, 2015
    Three people were killed and 23 injured in Imphal's latest Improvised Explosive Blast (IED) blast on Wednesday evening that took place near a crowded marketplace.
  • In This Border State, A Special Drive to Combat a Dangerous Drug
    India News | Monday February 23, 2015
    Paramilitary Assam Rifles and Manipur Police have, in a joint operation, launched a special drive against drug trafficking in the state. The security forces are trying to target the rampant practice of poppy cultivation in the state.
  • 8 Human Skulls Found in Imphal at Site Held by Paramilitary Forces Earlier
    India News | Written by Alok Pandey and B Sunzu | Monday December 29, 2014
    At least eight human skulls and other skeletal remains have been found in the last 48 hours at the construction site of a new market complex in Manipur's capital Imphal. The site previously housed a government-run school before it was occupied by the central paramilitary forces.
  • Manipur's Malom Massacre: High Court Orders Rs 5 Lakh Compensation For Victims' Families
    India News | Alok Pandey and B Sunzu | Sunday December 7, 2014
    The Manipur High Court has ordered Rs 5 lakh compensation for each of the families of 10 people killed by the Assam Rifles in November 2000, in what was later alleged to be a fake encounter. But for the families of those who were killed 14 years ago, compensation is just the first step towards justice.
  • Why Manipur Will Miss Mary Kom's Film Avatar
    India News | Alok Pandey, B Sunzu | Tuesday August 26, 2014
    Boxer MC Mary Kom is one of India's biggest sporting icons. Back home in Manipur, her story is one of grit and perseverance, and one where, in between attending school, caring for her younger siblings, and training to be a boxer in the insurgency ridden state, Mary Kom went on to become an Olympic medalist, a five-time world amateur boxing champion...
  • Rishang Keishing, India's oldest parliamentarian, decides to call it a day
    India News | Alok Pandey and B Sunzu | Saturday February 1, 2014
    In 1952, he was among the youngest MPs elected to India's first Lok Sabha. Rishang Keishing, India's oldest parliamentarian at 94, has now decided to hang up his boots and return to his first love, gardening.
  • World War II aircraft wreckage recovered in Manipur
    India News | Alok Pandey and B Sunzu | Tuesday January 14, 2014
    The wreckage of an aircraft, believed to be from the Second World War, has been found in Manipur's Senapati district.
  • Landslide cuts off Manipur from rest of India, supplies run out
    India News | B M Sunzu | Wednesday July 24, 2013
    Manipur has once again been cut off from the rest of the country by road for the past one week. This time, it's a crippling landslide that has shut the only motorable highway into the state. Authorities say repairs will be extensive and time-consuming.
  • Britain says its greatest battle was fought in Imphal and Kohima
    India News | Written by Alok Pandey and B Sunzu | Tuesday May 28, 2013
    By the time the war ended, it was one of the most brutal campaigns in military history. For the British, the war may have ended in victory, but the empire was never the same again. The end of the Raj was near. For Japan, the loss of South Asia marked the end of its era of aggression, the end of its imperialist ambitions.
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