Imphal

Imphal (im'pul) , city (1991 pop. 202,839), capital of Manipur state, NE India, in the Manipur River valley, 2,500 ft (762 m) above sea level. Industries include weaving and the manufacture of metalware; the town is an important trade market. Until 1813, when Manipur was conquered by the Burmese...
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Imphal

Capital of Manipur state on the Manipur River, India; population (2001) 217,300. It is a communications and trade centre (tobacco, sugar, fruit). Imphal was besieged between March and June 1944, when Japan invaded Assam, but held out with the help of supplies dropped by air (see Imphal, Battle of)
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