Friday, June 23rd, 2017

 

HIGHWAY REPAIRING WORKS UNDERWAY DESPITE RAIN: BISWAJIT

The State government is very much concerned and involved with restoration works of national highways in the State, asserted Public Works Minister Shri Thongam Biswajit Singh, today. Addressing a press conference inside his New Secretariat conference hall, Minister Biswajit said that despite all the hindrances including the present weather conditions, the government is fully concerned with improving the condition of the highways considered lifelines of the State. He elaborated owing to the monsoon season, restoration works at different stretches of the highways especially the Imphal-Mao highway is affected; however, thereRead More


DEVELOPMENT OF WEAKER SECTIONS NECESSARY FOR PROGRESS OF A NATION: SHYAMKUMAR

MAHUD Minister Shri Thounaojam Shyamkumar said, India as a whole nation could achieve complete development only when the minorities and weaker sections progresses. Expressing happiness Minister Shyamkumar said that, he is fortunate to be able to attend the function organised by the Ministry of Minorities Affairs, Government of India after winning three term elections. He was speaking as the Chief Guest at the inaugural function of sensitization and career counselling workshop for students of Manipur, aspiring for higher studies and empowerment opportunities organised by the Ministry of Minorities Affairs inRead More


NEMCHA KIPGEN LAUNCHES ‘181’ HELPLINE FOR WOMEN

Social Welfare and Cooperation Minister Nemcha Kipgen today launched a 24/7 toll free helpline number ‘181’ for distressed women facing violence in public or private spheres of life. The function was held at Kuranga Nayani Hall. D.C. office Complex, Imphal West and jointly organised by Manipur State Commission for Women (MSCW) and Department of Social Welfare, Manipur under the sponsorship of Ministry of Women & Child Development, Government of India. Speaking on the occasion as a Chief Guest, Nemcha said, “The Women Helpline is a gift to the women folkRead More


Bullet riddled corpse found

One dead body was found along the roadside between Khabi Keithel and Parengtong village under Machi police station of Chandel, this morning. The body was identified as T. Angson (36) son of T. Selmon of Biyang Village near Khoibu Centre. There was one bullet entry wound on left side of the head which exited through right side. His two hands were tied on the back . He was taken to JNIMS after recovering from the spot in the presence of forensic experts.


First Division Football League

Yaiskul Athletic Club beat Western Sporting Club by 2-1 goals in the 23rd L.Sangita Devi Memorial First Division Football League 2017 played at SKYC ground, Sekmai. Bhogen Sharma got the early lead for Yaiskul team when he slipped past Western keeper to slot home the opening goal in the 10 minute. However Western persistant effort paid off in the 32 minute when Jangholen Lhungdim fetch the equaliser to level 1-1 goals in the first half. Making frequent inroads, Yaiskul run paid off when Bhogen Sharma fetch his second goal inRead More


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