Monday, July 17th, 2017

 

REPAIRING OF BARAK BRIDGE UNDERWAY: BISWAJIT

Repairing of the damaged Barak Bridge,which has disrupted vehicular movementalong theimportant Imphal-Jiribam Highway,is underway, Works Minister ShriThongamBiswajit Singh said this afternoon. The Minister was speaking to a team of the All Manipur Working Journalists’ Union led by their president WangkhemchaShyamjai who called on the Minister at his New Secretariat office to discuss welfare measures of the journalists’ community of the State. The Minister also appealed to the people to bear for a few days before the bridge is fully repaired and movement is restored, since the other major lifeline ofRead More


ST. JOSEPH’S HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL BUILDING INAUGURATED

St. Joseph’s Higher Secondary School Sangaiprou building was inaugurated today. Education Minister Shri Th. Radheshyam; Archbishop of Imphal Dominic Lumon D.D.; MAHUD, Town Planning Forest & Environment, Horticulture & Soil Conservation Minister Shri Th. Shyamkumar; Education and YAS Parliamentary Secretary Shri K. Robindro Singh; Patsoi A/C, MLA Km. AK. Mirabai Devi graces the inaugural ceremony. Speaking as Chief Guest Th. Radheshyam said, Manipur needs to develop many more schools to meet the increasing demand for admission to higher education for students. He points out that the issue of drop outRead More


INNOVATIVE IDEAS TO DEVELOP & TO GENERATE ENERGY FROM ALTERNATE SOURCES: DEPUTY CHIEF MINISTER

Deputy Chief Minister Shri Yumnam Joykumar Singh said, it is time to develop innovative ideas to generate more energy from alternate sources to meet the energy requirements in the State. He was speaking at the Distribution Function of High Efficiency L.E.D Reading Lamps under Integrated Rural Energy Programme, 2016-17 to four Zilla Parishads at Lamyanba Sanglen, Palace Compound in Imphal today. The scheme is being implemented under Devolution of Powers to Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) in the State. Deputy Chief Minister said, as the State is deficient in energy requirements,Read More


Another tragedy worsens supply line

While landslides in Nagaland along the National highway-2 connecting Imphal has been troubling the supply of essential commodities into the state, the Barak bridge connecting Imphal and Jiribam became unsupportable for heavy vehicles. One panel bar of the Barak bridge was separated when a chicken feeds carrier 10 wheeled truck was crossing over the bridge at around 6:00 am, today. However, there were no any untoward incident to bring about causality. Loaded heavy vehicles of around 200 were starting their journey towards Imphal, but remained stranded as they have no meansRead More


Blast injures four

Four persons were injured at an IED blast, which took place when an army vehicle was passing the Soibam Leikai road crossing area, this morning. It was suspected to have by planted by an armed group to attack the army. The bomb was planted to a dismentled vehicles lying by the car workshops. The blast hit a car bearing registration number MN 01G 5752 and injured four civilians. They were identified as Wangkheimayum Ibomcha (50) and R.K. Amusana Meieti (43) both from Wangkhei Khunou, Md. Ahmed Khan (43) from KhuraiRead More


Super Division Football League 2017

NC Club, Khonghampat beat Youth Welfare Club, Malom by 2-0 goals in the18th Birendra Singh Memorial Super Division Football League 2017 which got resumed at SKYC ground, Sekmai. After a long haitus owing to wet ground due to rain, the NC Club had a hard time rubbing shoulder with Youth Welfare Club but as the game inches towards the first half whistle, L.Khellemba Singh came up with the opening goal for NC Club in the 40 minute for the lead. Later Ng.Naocha consolidates for with another goal in the 68Read More


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