Imphal: A critically-endangered species of deer, which has taught itself to walk using only two legs for fear of sinking in the floating biomass of Loktak lake here, is on the verge of losing its l

Imphal: The Loktak hydro-electric power project, commissioned three decades back, has reached electricity to thousands, but robbed thousand others of their livelihood.

Flood waters have not only made commuting difficult but have also entered people's homes in areas like Uripok, Lamphelpat, Lamsang, Nambol and Langol Grace Colony. ast tracts of agricultural land have also been submerged in the floods. Thousands of acres of paddy fields and fish farms have been destroyed.

IMPHAL, March 27: As a result of the global climatic change which became very grave in the last two decades, a number of unknown plants of alien species have been discovered in Manipur.

On the other hand, researchers have an apprehension that rice productivity of Manipur would fall by 40 per cent by 2085.

Meanwhile, in accordance to the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Forest and Environ


IMPHAL, July 6: Farmers of the state should adopt new scientific methods of cultivation to cope with the increasing demand for food, said agriculture minister, N Loken while speaking to the farmers of Bishnupur district yesterday. Hundreds of farmers of Bishnupur district, mostly from Nambol area, yesterdayconverged at the Iputhou Thangjing ground, Nambol Leimapokpam to attend a programme on

UCIL's bauxite mine project: Assistance from rapid action force was sought to conduct public hearing. No environmental issue was taken up during the hearing