Monday, May 15th, 2017



Hundreds of people turned up to take their grievances to the notice of Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh on the first ‘Meeyamgi Numit’ held at Chief Minister’s Secretariat today. The Chief Minister attended to as many as about 350 complaints personally and met nearly 1000 people from 10 am to 5:30 pm. Despite bad weather, people gathered in huge numbers at the gate since early morning to get inside the CM’s Secretariat complex. On the other hand, the CM’s Secretariat made elaborate arrangements for the convenience of the generalRead More

Bhabananda of BJP and Dwijamani of Congress file nominations

BJP Manipur Pradesh president Kshetrimyum Bhabananda and Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee vice president Elangbam Dwijamani have today filed their nominations for ensuing Rajya Sabha by-election to be held on May 25. The lone seat at the Rajya Sabha for Manipur has been vacant since February 28 as MP Haji Abdul Salam passed away before his tenure. His tenure ends on April 9, 2020. The nominations were tabled at the state assembly secretariat, for which the scrutiny will be held tomorrow. The MP is to be selected by the 60 membersRead More

Radheshyam warns builders of institutes

Education, labour and employment minister Th. Radheshyam has warned those responsible in construction of some educational and training institutes to control quality. Radheshyam yesterday inspected the ongoing construction works of the girls’ hostel of Chaoyaima Hr. Secondary School, Thoubal, Block, Block Institute of teachers education (BITE), Ningshing Khul, District Institute of Education & Training, Keikol Koirengei and HASK Skill Development Centre Pvt. Ltd., Lilong. He said those buildings are being developed for better implementation and to fulfil certain requirements and criteria of education system in the state. He also inspected variousRead More


Forest and Environment Minister Shri Th. Shyamkumar, yesterday, inspected the forest check post at Mantripukhri in Imphal West and seized around 10 trucks, illegally carrying stones and sands for not paying toll tax. Shyamkumar also inspected the forest check post at Sekmai and Kanglatombi. Shyamkumar said forest department has set a target to generate a revenue of Rs 100 crore annually and today’s inspection was a part of the target. The revenue generated by the forest department can check and control the damage to the natural resources like rampant fellingRead More

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