Saturday, July 15th, 2017

 

SWINE FLU CASE DETECTED IN IMPHAL WEST: HEALTH MINISTER

One Pandemic Influenza A H1N1 popularly known as Swine Flu case has been detected in Imphal West . Health Minister Shri L. Jayantakumar Singh in a Press Conference held at the Conference Hall of Old Secretariate today informed this. Speaking to the Media minister said that a person who has been admitted to Sija Hospital Langol on 4th of this month got confirmed suffering from Swine Flu after a series of necessary tests. Minister asserted that this disease has become less alarming than before as there have been different measuresRead More


Plea to Biren on improvement of connectivity to JNIMS on Meeyamgi Numit

Residents of Nongmeibung drew the attention of the chief minister Nongthombam Biren Singh for improvement of Imphal East roads connecting Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical sciences and Imphal East DC complex by widening and installation of street lamps, on the third Meeyamgi Numit. The resident who met the chief minister submitted their appeal along with a set of maps indicating the roads. They complained that the important roads in Imphal East leading to JNIMS and Imphal East District Head Quarter at Porompat are in very bad condition causing huge inconveniencesRead More


Three police personnel suspended

Three police personnel were suspended for collecting money from vehicles along the Imphal-Moreh Road following a complaint made to the Anti Corruption Cell. The three police personnel were Md farijuddin (head contable), SK Bosko lamkang (constable) and Md Rafiuddin (constable) posted at Moreh Police station, said a press statement released today by the Ancti Corruption Cell. The  press release stated that a complaint was made on June 27 by an individual on the Whatsapp of the ACC. It alleged that police personnel posted at Moreh were collecting money from driversRead More


CM CONDUCTS AERIAL SURVEY OF FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS

Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh made an aerial survey of flood affected areas of the State today. He was accompanied by Works Minister Shri Th. Biswajit, Chief Secretary Shri R.R. Rashmi and Additional Chief Secretary (Home) Dr. J. Suresh Babu. The team took off from Kangla helipad at around 9:30 am and surveyed the flood affected areas for over one hour. The Central Government team, who has come to the State to take stock of the present situation arising out of the recent spates of heavy rainfall and subsequent flood, alsoRead More


78 PERCENT PADDY FIELDS INUNDATED IN FLOOD WATER AT ANDRO: SHYAMKUMAR

Shri Thounaojam Shyamkumar, Forests & Environment, Horticulture & Soil Conservation, MAHUD and Town Planning Minister today inspected paddy fields submerged under flood water at Andro, Imphal East. Speaking to mediapersons at Poiroupat, Minister Th. Shyamkumar said, around 78 percent paddy fields in the constituency are presently submerged under flood water and have completely damaged all the crops. He pointed out that, all the river beds in the State is raised upto 20 feet due to silting resulting in the water overflow causing the present flood in the valley. He opinedRead More


MINISTER SHYAMKUMAR INAUGURATES CHERRY BLOSSOM AVENUE

Shri Thounaojam Shyamkumar, Forests & Environment and Horticulture & Soil Conservation Minister inaugurated ‘Cherry Blossom Avenue’ at the newly inaugurated Santhai Natural Park in Andro, Imphal East today. The function was organised by the Institute of Bioresources and Sustainable Development (IBSD) – a National Institute of Biotechnology, Government of India, Imphal, Manipur. Cherry blossom, botanical name Prunus Cerasoides (Rosaceae), is popularly known as Sakura in Japan is a symbol of peace, prosperity and tranquillity. When the tree blooms, the flower covers the whole tree which lasts only for 10-15 days.Read More


ALL WELFARE SCHEMES WILL BE REVIEWED COMPREHENSIVELY: CM

Thousands of people turned up to highlight their grievances to the Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh on the third “Meeyamgi Numit” held at CM’s Secretariat today. The Chief Minister attended to as many as about 800 complaints personally and met nearly 3000 people from 8:30 am to 5:10 pm. On the occasion, Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh said that such interaction gives an opportunity to know how the people are living in our society. He stressed that among several grievances, he is deeply concerned with the problems especially facedRead More


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