Wednesday, July 5th, 2017

 

HOME GUARD EMPLOYEES DONATES RS 1,00,000 FOR FLOOD VICTIMS

The Manipur Home Guard Employees Welfare Association today met Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh at Chief Minister’s Secretariat and donated Rs 1,00,000 towards the CM Relief fund to help people who were severely affected by the recent floods in the State. Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh expressed his gratitude to such noble step by the Home Guards which would help those people who are affected by natural calamities in the State. It may be mentioned that thousands of people are displaced and hundreds of houses have been inundatedRead More


EMPLOYMENT SITUATION IN MANIPUR RECORDED ALL ROUND DOWNWARDS TREND

The employment situation in Manipur recorded an all round downwards trends in the month of February 2017 as compared with those of the previous months as shown by a report issued by Directorate of Employment, Employment Exchange Complex, Lamphelpat. Number of applicants registered downtrends to 523 including 240 female applicants as compared to 4,080 applicants registered in the previous month. Imphal West district with 174 applicants including 82 female recorded the maximum number of registered applicants while Tamenglong recorded the minimum with no registered applicants. Three physically challenged including twoRead More


CHIEF MINISTER PRESIDES MEETING ON GST, DIRECTS OFFICIALS TO SENSITIZE PEOPLE ON THE NEW TAX REGIME

Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh presided a high level meeting on Goods and Services Tax (GST) in the Conference Hall of Old Secretariat today. Speaking at the meeting, the Chief Minister directed all the concerned to have thorough knowledge about the new tax regime. He also asked them to impart proper awareness to the common people, who are at the grassroots level, to make revenue/tax collection easier. The Chief Minister also directed the officials, DCs and SDOs to take the responsibility of revenue collection seriously and work hard atRead More


Biren Singh seeks cooperation to rehabilitate drug users

Chief minister Nongthombam Biren Singh has seeked support and cooperation from the clubs and people in saving youth from the jaws of death. Reacting on the action taken up by a local club at Lilong by handing drug user youths including two women to police on July 1, Biren Singh has expressed his worry over the youths consuming drugs. He said, the police, parents of the drug users and social welfare department had discussed to take the young drug users at rehabilitation centres and see if it would be fruitful.Read More


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