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» By Bus to Imphal
By Bus to Imphal
Written By dManipur on Tuesday, 5 June 2012 | 15:00
From Guwahati daily on the NH 39 via Dimapur and Kohima many private buses available.
From Dimapur daily on the NH 39 via Kohima Manipur many private buses available.
From Silchar daily on the NH 53 via Jiribam many private buses available.
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