Tuesday, July 25th, 2017

 

NO SEVENTH PAY FOR EMPLOYEES AS OF NOW: JOYKUMAR

Replying to a question raised by MLA Shri K. Ranjit Singh during the 5th Day of the ongoing 11th Manipur Legislative Assembly Session, 2017, Finance Minister who is also the Deputy Chief Minister of Manipur said that the Government has not yet planned about the implementation of Seventh Pay or its equivalent pay to its employees. Shri Joykumar further state that the number of State Government Employees excluding college and schoolteachers, judicial staff, contract and muster roll employees is 74,200. This figure came to be known after an enquiry byRead More


Police picks up home guards

Police has picked up yet another five home guard personnel who were indulging in the relay hunger strike that began on July 20, while others are staging sit-in at different places demanding  wages as par with police personnel. Supreme Court on March 15, 2015 in WPC order no.2760 directed the state government to give the home-guard personnel salary same as par with the police constable. High Court of Manipur also directed the Home Department, Government of Manipur to follow the order of Supreme Court within a period of three months.Read More


Super Division League 2017

SKYC Sekmai thrashed Chajing Inat Kanba Lup by 5-1 goals in the 18th S.Birenda Singh Memorial Super Division League 2017 played at SKYC Ground, Sekmai. Making an impact infront of its home crowd, SKYC team ring the alarmed bell for its opponent when Ng.Bishorjit struck the opening goal in the 3 minute of play. However CHIKL not be to outshines, jump back with Th.Santosh Singh fetching the equaliser in the 9 minute of play to level 1-1 goals. However SKYC raised the tempo with Ng.Bishorjit consolidates his team scoreline withRead More


62nd State Badminton Championship 2017

Maisnam Meiraba Luwang will clash with W.James Singh in the final of the Mens Single event of 62nd State Badminton Championship 2017 held at MBA Indoor Stadium, DM College Campus. In the semi final match of the Mens Single, M.Meiraba Luwang had a relatively easy game against O.Aimson Singh with 21-8 and 21-9 point enroute to the final. In the second semi final, W.James Singh had a hard time against his opponent L.Unilkumar but the former prevails in the end to storms his way to the final. James Singh facedRead More


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