Sunday, July 9th, 2017

 

Nabakishore denies fund misappropriation charges

Former Chief Secretary Oinam Nabakishore denied the local TV news report for misappropriation Manipur Development Society fund when he was its chairman. Nabakishore also said the goverment has accepted his proposal to take voluntary retirement as an IAS officer while he addressed the media today. He said he took over as the chief secretary on October 1, 2015 and appointed as the chairman of MDS. Saying that his duty was to countersign cheques, Nabakishore said there were already discrepancies in the MDS balance sheet when he took over as theRead More


Landslides cut off National Highway 37

Two landslides along the national highway 37 at Sinam village in Tamenglong district has cut off vehicular movements. Hundreds of loaded and unloaded goods and petroleum ferrier trucks remained straned on either side of the of the damaged road. There is no way for passenger vehicles to pass the damaged portion.Half of the road was bisected by the landslide. Incessant rainfall has resulted the landslides. District officials say as the torrential rain continues in Manipur and other parts of North East states there may occur other resultant landslides along theRead More


SONGS CAN PLAY A KEY ROLE IN BUILDING HUMAN RELATIONSHIP: JOYKUMAR

Deputy Chief Minister Shri Yumnam Joykumar Singh said, songs have a unique character to build better human relationship. He was speaking at the closing function of the two days musical festival and a tribute to legendary Singers of Manipur “Kaongamdraba Ishei” at Maharaja Chandrakirti Auditorium, Palace Compound in Imphal, today. Deputy Chief Minister said, every society has a distinct characteristic and therefore remembering the valuable and profound songs would also be needful to our society. He said, as human beings have supreme character of remembering the past comparing with otherRead More


CM INSPECTS FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS IN IMPHAL EAST, IMPHAL WEST AND BISHNUPUR DISTRICTS

Chief Minister inspected the flood affected areas of Imphal East, Imphal West and Bishnupur districts and instructed the officials concerned to extend all possible assistance to the affected people without any delay. The Chief Minister said that after making a thorough assessment, the State Government had sent a report of the present situation to the Centre yesterday. However, surveys are still going on as the number of areas and villages submerged under water is increasing every day, he added. He expressed hope that the Central Government would provide assistance toRead More


INTAKE CAPACITY TO BE INCREASED BY 150

Education Minister Shri Thokchom Radheshyam said the seat capacity of T. G. Higher Secondary School would be increase by 150 seats above the existing seat. He explained that the decision to increase the number of seats was taken in the interest of the students and parents. The Minister conducted a social service at T. G. Higher Secondary School. The social service, he said, is an initiative he hopes to do every month by visiting atleast one of the educational institutions of the state. During the visit, he inspected laboratories, classrooms,Read More


‘LET THE GOVERNMENT RENDER ITS DUTIES WITHOUT ANY INFLUENCE’

Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh urged the people of the State to help the Government in running administration without any influence. He was speaking as the chief guest at a One-day Awareness Programme on Various Workers’ Welfare Schemes Cum Labour Cards Distribution, held at his private residence at Luwangshangbam in Imphal East district today. Urging the people to help the Government rendering its duties with no influence, Shri N. Biren also made his earnest appeal to the public to extend support and co-operation to the Government when it takesRead More


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