Monday, June 19th, 2017

 

Commander of KCP Lamphel surrenders to Biren

Commander of Kangleipak Communist Party (KCP) Lamphel faction, Soraisam Modhuchandra Singh was surrendered to the chief minister Nongthombam Biren Singh in a homecoming ceremony held at the CMs secretariat, today. Modhuchandra also known as S.M. Meitei aged 45 years, son of S. Dinamani Singh of Thangmeiband Yumnam Leikai. He was working as Self Style Commander of KCP Lamphel faction. Modhuchandra surrndered along with two 9mm pistols with magazines and 9 live rounds. The government would provide skill development programmes to the surrendered militants that would enable them to find sustainableRead More


MANIPUR GOVT TO RESTORE MST BUS SERVICE TO PHERZAWL

Manipur Transportation Service (MST) buses will ply once again to Pherzawl District after a hiatus of over 20 years. Pherzawl Deputy Commissioner A Tombikanta has informed the Pherzawl District Development Committee (PDDC) that “the relentless efforts to restore the MST bus service to Pherzawl has been aceptted by Chief Minister N. Biren Singh’s government.” “An order to this effect has been issued by the government,” Tombikanta said. Preparations are on for the chief minister to flag off the MST bus service on June 25, 2017 at the state capital Imphal.Read More


Dzuko Valley

A delegation of Civil Societies of Mao met the Hon’ble Chief Minister today. The delegation consisted of Mao Council, Mao Union, Mao Students Union, Mao Women Welfare Association, KDLBR, and others. The delegation specifically mentioned about the incident of June 6, 2017 in which trekkers from Manipur were harassed. They also mentioned about the encroachment and interference by the southern Angami People in the affairs of villagers of Mao. Specific instances were quoted about interference in the free movement of traffic in NH-2, stoppage of Vehicles & forcing them toRead More


STATE EMPLOYEE CAUGHT; DEADLINE ISSUED TO FOREST ENCROACHERS

An employee of the State Electricity Department employee was caught red- handed trying to carry logs of pinewood at the Langol Reserve Forest area near Manipur Zoological Garden, Iroisemba by the Forests Department officials. Forests and Environment Minister Shri Th. Shyamkumar addressing media persons, said that, the man who is employed as a lineman in the State Electricity Department was caught today at around 5.30 am. He said necessary legal action will be taken up against the person. He said that, the man had cut down pinewood trees into piecesRead More


MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS SHOULD TREAT PEOPLE WITH HUMAN TOUCH: CM

With an aim to help poor patients suffering from renal (kidney) disease in the State, Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh today launched the Pradhan Mantri National Dialysis Programme at the Mini Auditorium, JNIMS, Imphal. The function was jointly organised by Directorate of Health Services, Manipur and SHS, National Health Mission, Manipur. Speaking as Chief Guest of the function, Shri N. Biren Singh said that medical practitioners should treat the patients with human touch. Among various professions, those who are in medical profession cannot say “sorry” to their patients, heRead More


LUMP SUM GRANT FOR VOCATIONALISATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION DISTRIBUTED UNDER RUSA

Education Minister Shri Th. Radheshyam, today, distributed the lump sum grant to Government Aided and Private College for implementation of Vocationalisation of Higher Education under Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA). The programme organised by the Department of University & Higher Education, Manipur was held at the SSA Hall, Babupara. The scheme, Vocationalisation of Higher Education under RUSA, is to achieve skilled workforce defined according to Set of Standards (SOS). This will create skilled and productive workforce matching international standards facilitated with flexible learning and competency building paradigms among the students.Read More


CHIEF MINISTER FLAGS OFF INDIA TO SPAIN ROADTRIP

Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh today flagged off the India to Spain road trip from Hotel Classic Grande, Imphal. The 8 Indian team led by two females will travel 16 countries in 63 days covering around 20,000 kilometres. The team includes two females and six males. Countries like Myanmar, Thailand, China, Mongolia, Russia etc. would be covered during the trip. The road trip is organised by EMBARQ Motorworld Pvt. Limited, a Mumbai based company. Wishing the team a safe journey, Chief Minister asked the team to highlight the potentialRead More


AGRICULTURE MINISTER ISSUES FERTILIZER

Agriculture, Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Minister Shri V. Hangkhanlian, along with Agriculture Director Shri Rajendro Singh and AFO Shri Kulabidhu Singh have issued Fertilizer to the farmers at the Godown of Agriculture, Lamphelpat, Imphal today. According to an official report from its department, there is sufficient stock of fertilizer in the godown for the farmers of Manipur and more would be transported from outside the state in future. There would be sufficient and no shortage of fertilizer for the farmers of Manipur. Farmers of the State can get fertilizer regularlyRead More


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