Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

 

Students suspend strike

Students of Biramangol College, Saombung, Imphal East have suspended its agitation of fast unto death and exam boycott. Biramangol College Student Union in a press statement expressed its decision to suspend its strike for the time being while the exams are going on taking into account of the future of the students. Police yesterday picked up four student leaders who were undergoing fast unto death. They were released today after they were treated at JNIMS.. The students launched their fast unto death agitation on Saturday pressing three main demands –immediateRead More


Drug awareness campaign

Heingang Police under IPS Trainee Sandip today organised a one day drugs awareness campaign in collaboration with Kripa Foundation, a rehabilitation centre at Manipur Public School, Koirengei. Students from class 8 to 12 were briefed about how drugs paralyse individual health, disturb family peace and cause various socio-economic problems. They were also told about the legal punishments under ND &PS act and how to stay away from the drugs.


MSF shuts down pharmacy selling expired drugs

Imphal, May 10: Manipur Students’ Federation (MSF) today closed down a pharmacy at Thangal Keithel, near Kastury Bridge for selling expired medicine. Talking to reporters general secretary, Wanglemba Khaba said that the student body received a complaint from one Konsam Ibomcha (40) about an expiry medicine (insulin) which he bought from Rishika Medicos at Thangal Keithel yesterday evening. When the insulin prescribed by the doctor was injected he found himself in obnoxious condition. The medicine was found expired. The diabetes patient went again this morning to the same pharmacy toRead More


Nagaland CM wants Meitei to play Big brother role

Nagaland chief minister Shurhozele Luzitsu wants the Meitei community to play the role of big brother looking up for the welfare of the people in the North East region. Shurhozele said, Meitei are the most advanced community in the North east region. Time has come for the learned community to come forward and create friendship with the younger brethren while we expect with a new peaceful and harmonious era. The people in the North East have different ethnic groups and all shall learn to live together and that was ourRead More


14th Manipur Veteran Cricket Tournament

Youth Welfare Club, Langthabal post 1 wicket victory over Cyclone Thangmeiband to claimed the champion trophy of the 14th Manipur Veteran Cricket Tournament 2016-17 played at Luwangpokpa Cricket Stadium. In the low scoring final match, Cyclone Thangmeiband after winning the toss decided to bat first but none of the batsman failed clicked against some tight spell from Youth Welfare bowlers, restricting the former to 94 runs for 10 wicket from 29.3 overs. Cyclone batsman Arun Singh topscored with 15 runs while Bikom got 12 runs and Surjit Singh fetch 11Read More


U-19 Talent Hunt Football Tournament

Youth Welfare Club,Langthabal beat Imphal West School by 6-1 goals to bagged the third spot of the women category of ‘OORJA’ CAPF U-19 Talent Hunt Football Tournament 2017(Phase-1, Manipur) played at Main Stadium, Khuman Lampak. As for Mens category, Imphal West Club got the better of Imphal East District by 3-2 goals to claimed the third spot.


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