Saturday, September 2nd, 2017

 

Sweat for dignity

Imphal, September 2, 2017: “If we remain idle one day we will face serious humiliation” says a local street vendor boy selling ‘Pani Puri’ in the heart of Imphal, who can make an easy living by earning Rs. 24, 000 per month at the average. At least three street vendor boys are seen selling at Khwairamband Bazar in Imphal. They are seen in the afternoon and evening. “I begin my sales at 3:00 pm and closes at 8:00 pm everyday and I can earn a profit not less than Rs.800 per day”, Oinam Shantikumar,Read More


Plea to open railway ticket counter round the clock

Imphal, September 2, 2017: Pothshang today came across two private security employees employed in Goa, who felt distressed on not opening the railway ticket counter at MSRTC complex in Imphal. Both of them happened to ask our reporter if he could help to get contact with any staff of the railway counter at the MSRTC complex. They told Pothashang that they were there to cancel the railway tickets at the counter, which was found closed. They found on the door written “ working hours 8 am to 12 noon, 1Read More


GOVERNOR’S TROPHY LIKELY TO START FROM NEXT YEAR: NAJMA HEPTULLA

Imphal,2nd September,2017 (DIPR): Manipur Governor Dr.Najma Heptullla graced the 239th Shri Shri Govindaji Heikru Hidongba organised by Bijoy Govinda Sevayet Committee at Bijoy Govinda Thangapat,Sagolband  today. Titular king Leishemba Sanajaoba and Chief Justice Shri N Koteshwor also attended today’s  Heikru Hidongba event as dignitaries. Southern Side team led by Ph Padmakumar of Takhellambam Leikai beats the Northern Side team led by Salam Johnny of Salam Leikai in the boat race held today. About fourteen players participated in each team. Winner Southern Side team was awarded a cash prize of Rs.5000Read More


Sub-Junior Boys National Football Championship

Imphal, Sep 2: Manipur defeated Tripura by 5-1 goals in the Sub-Junior Boys National Football Championship 2017-18 Qualifying round for North East Zone played at Artificial Turf, Khuman Lampak. Manipur should have won in greater goal margin but lacked of direction wasted theirs chances. Hoever MK.Chongsu Chothe scored two goals while skipper E.Santoshkumar Singh, Zlex Khangrakpam and M.Jetlee chip in with a goal each. The lone goal for Tripura was scored by Nokbar Jamatia who also got a yellow card in the match and had to made a sad exitRead More


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