Friday, July 28th, 2017

 

GOVT COMMITTED TO SAFEGUARD INDIGENOUS PEOPLE OF MANIPUR: CM

On the Day 8 of the ongoing Budget Session of the 11th Manipur State Legislative Assembly Session, Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh said the Government is taking proper steps to safeguard the indigenous people of the State. In his appeal to the agitating students demanding ILPS (Inner Line Permit System) in Manipur, N. Biren Singh said that, the students are welcomed for talks. Replying to a starred question raised by Opposition MLA Shri R.K. Imo Singh whether Government has adequate plan/policy to curb illegal migrants entering into the State,Read More


HOUSE PASSES Rs. 14,039,299,000 FOR FOUR DEMANDS

In the ongoing Assembly Session, House unanimously passed     Rs. 14,039,299,000 for four demands today. The demands were – Demand No 4- Land Revenue, Stamps & Registration and District Administration (Rs. 101,69,19,000); Demand No 5- Finance Department (Rs. 12,75,92,38,000); Demand No 28-State Excise (Rs. 18,84,98,000) and Demand No. 29- Sales Tax, other taxes/duties on Commodities and Services (Rs.7,46,44,000). In today’s demands for Grant discussion, opposition leader Shri O. Ibobi Singh; MLAs Shri Th. Lokeshwar Singh; Shri K. Meghachandra Singh; Shri Kh. Joykishan Sigh and R.K. Imo Singh participated and gave theirRead More


CABINET APPROVES INTRODUCTION OF DHANAMANJURI UNIVERSITY BILL, 2017

The State Cabinet today decided to introduce the Dhanamanjuri University Bill, 2017 during the ongoing Assembly session. The decision was taken in the Cabinet meeting held with Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh in the chair at Chief Minister’s Secretariat. The proposal of the Bill is to set up a Cluster University comprising five institutions namely, Dhanamanjuri College of Science, Dhanamanjuri College of Arts, Dhanamanjuri College of Commerce, LMS Law College and GP Women’s College, which occupy common, adjoining or neighbouring physical spaces. It may be mentioned that the proposalRead More


DONATION TO CHIEF MINISTER’S RELIEF FUND

Extending support to help and rehabilitate the flood victims, the Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited Dealers Association, Manipur today donated Rs. 1 lakh to Chief Minister’s Relief Fund (CMRF). Representatives of the Association handed over the cheque to Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh at Chief Minister’s Secretariat. The Chief Minister expressed gratitude to all the organisations and individuals who had contributed generous donations to CMRF for flood victims so far.


Two drug traffickers remanded in police custody

Lilong Police yesterday arrested a man and a woman along with N-10 tablets and seized also seized contraband drug powder with the help of ANJUMAN Volunteers. They were arrested at 10.45 am and identified as Md. Firoj Khan (30), son of Md. Abdur Rashid of Lilong Tamyai and Mrs. Mamtaj (27), wife of Md. Wahid of Lilong Mairenkhun and seized 502 numbers of N-10 tablets and 7 grams of white powder suspected to be Heroine No.4 from Lilong Mairenkhun area with the help of ANJUMAN Volunteers. The two drug dealers were remandedRead More


Police arrested three gang members

Police arrested three members of a gang who were involved in trafficking of illicit drugs and arms and ammunitions, and hijacking vehicles with other associates, along with arms. They were identified as as Md. Alam Khan(34) son of  (L) Najiruddin of Sangaiyumpham Puleipokpi Part-I, Md. Akbar @ Ithem(32) son of (L) Manao of Lamding Cherapur Mathak Leikai and Md. Sidik Ali (42) son of Md. Ibotombi of Sangaiyumpham Yangbi Leikai. Yesterday Thoubal Police commado teams of Thoubal District under the overall supervision of K. Meghachandra Singh, superintendent of police,Thoubal conductedRead More


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