Friday, April 7th, 2017

 

Chief minister Biren appeals the Indian ambassador over the border issue

Chief minster Nongthombam Biren Singh has urged the ambassador of India to Myanmar Vikram to take up the matter with the Myanmar government. Biren Singh made the appeal today for which Vikram assured that he would put up the matter at the appropriate level, said a statement released by the directorate of information and public relations. Both discussed on the Indo Mynamar trade and the international relations with the south-east Asian countries. They also stressed on finding the ways to strengthen the ties between the two countries. The ambassador andRead More


Police apprehends 16 over question leak

Manipur police cyber crime unit has apprehended 16 persons in connection with spreading of question paper for class XII physics paper through Whats App before the exam began. The examination was scheduled at 10: 00 am on Wednesday and the question came viral on the social media at around 9: 20 am on the same day. Following a complaint lodges by Dr. Maisnam Bidyasagar, secretary Council of Higher Secondary Education Manipur in the evening for the leaked questions, the cyber crime unit of Manipur police acted immediately and cracked theRead More


CM Biren ensures commitment against disparity

Chief minister Nongthombam Biren Singh has ensured commitment in bringing comprehensive development in the state as he visited the Indira Gandhi National Tribal University Regional Campus at Makhan Village of Kangpokpi district, today. He said, “The government is fully committed to bring inclusive development in the state and no there should be no disparity among us.” Biren interacted with the faculties and students in a programme conducted at the library hall of the tribal university. Saying that education is the future of the society, he said, establishment of such aRead More


16th Governor’s Trophy Tennis Tournament 2017

Charmee Devi lifted the U-14 girls champion title of the 16th Governor’s Trophy Tennis Tournament 2017 played at Officer’s Club, Lamphelpat. The final match saw Charmee beat Y.Agu Devi by 6-1 and 6-2 sets to lay her hand on the champion title. H.Shankar also claimed the champion title of the U-10 boys beating S.Ashwajit by 6-1 ad 6-7(10-3) sets. As for the U-14 boys semi final, H.Bhushan beat S.Bicky by 6-1 and 6-1 set to stroke his way to the final. In the second semi final, Rahul Pamei beat A.MaheshRead More


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