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Monday, September 3,  2001

Updated at Monday, September 03, 2001 at 09:44:16 AM IST




Peace Feast in Senapati district
Imphal, September 3 : A peace feast was organized in the Senapati district to maintain communal harmony between the Naga and Kuki villagers yesterday. The feast was organized in the Mayangkhang area and participated by chiefs of eight Naga and Kuki villages. A declaration was made during the feast condemned the killing of the two schoolboys, both innocents by militants belonging to the rival communities. The meeting decided to uphold the spirit of peaceful coexistence in the area.
(September 3 : 9 AM)

Restrictions on Outsiders
Imphal, September 2 : Villagers of Lamdeng in the Imphal West district have imposed restrictions on the entry of the outsiders into the village during night time, according to a press release issued by the secretary, Lamdeng Development Committee. The step was taken up after some unidentified gunmen claiming to be members of the PLA shot dead one youth Chingangbam Khelen after abducting him from his residence on August 27.
(September 3 : 10 PM)

Kang Tournament begins
Imphal, September 2 : The 50th Sir Churachand Singhaji, KCSI, CBE Memorial Knock-out Kang Tournament, 2001 was inaugurated today at Wangkhei today under the aegis of the All Manipur Kang Association. The inaugural function was graced by ex-MP W. Kulabidhu Singh and ex-MLA E. Kunjakeshore Singh as Chief Guest and President respectively. The tournament will be participated by 36 teams.
(September 3 : 10 PM)






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