Tuesday, September 5th, 2017
IMPHAL, 05 AUGUST 2017 (DIPR): Shri Thounaoujam Shyamkumar, Minister Forests and Environment, MAHUD, Town Planning and Horticulture and Soil Conservation, today raise concern over the rising crime against women in the State, especially on the social media. He was speaking as the Chief Guest of the function at the Annual Fresher’s Meet (2017-2018) of GP Women’s College Hostel at the DM College campus, Thangmeiband, Imphal West. Encouraging the young girls to concentrate on studies for a brighter future, Th. Shyamkumar spoke on virtues of inculcating a good moral character. Minister ShyamkumarRead More
Imphal, September 5: Joshua Rahul Pamei beat Derek Nahakpam by 6-0 and 6-0 sets in the Mens Single of the 37th State Open Tennis Championship 2017 which got underway at Officer’s Club, Lamphelpat. In the U-12 Boys, Neeraj Th beat Sachindev Sharma by 6-0 and 6-0 sets while Shanker beat Lanchenba by 6-0 and 6-0 game.
Imphal, September 5: TWYO Takhel hold on KMSA Keibi by 1-1 goals in the N. Apabi Third Division Football League 2017 played at ABA Ground, Imphal East. Both team had aggressive start but TWYO had the first strike Devjit Singh scoring in the 37 minute for the lead. However KMSA rallied hard into the match with Robinson fetching the equaliser in the 44 minute to level 1-1 goals till the final whistle. Imphal West League MYC Maharabi beat TDC Taning by 2-1 goals in the 1st Sh.Mani Sharma Memorial ThirdRead More
Imphal, Sept. 5: Following the FIR registered on Friday upon the former chief minister Okram Ibobi Singh and five others who were accused of Rs. 189.79 crore scam, police raided the house of Y. Ningthem, former director of Manipur Development Society, yesterday. The raid was conducted after court issued a warrant based on the FIR that charged former chief secretaries – D.S. Ponia, P.C. Lawmkunga and O. Nabakishore Singh, and an administrative official of MDS, S. Ranjit Singh for allegedly emembezzlement of the said amount in taking up constructions entrusted to MDS, along with cheating, criminalRead More
Pothashang News Service IMPHAL, SEPTEMBER 5: Teacher’s Day was celebrated at the state level and at educational institution schools and colleges despite the Joint Students’ Coordinating Committee’s diktat to celebrate the day on October 5 instead of celebrating today. The students’ commitee, formed by AMSU, MSF, KSA and SUK on Sunday cautioned that strict actions will be taken up if their request is not follwed. Manjit Sarangthem, president of AMSU said it has not been decided what actions are to be taken up against those who celebrated Teachers’ Day today.Read More