Tuesday, September 19th, 2017

 

Four hurt 4 apprehended

Pothashang News Service Imphal, September 19: Four students were injured in police clash while four important members of All Manipur Students’ Union were apprehended by the police. The incident took place when agitating students spearheaded by AMSU stormed at the Minority and Other Backward Classes office in Imphal, demanding to clear the long pending scholarships for two academic years. AMSU condemning the police act alleged the government for utilising police force against the students protesting for their genuine demands. Instead of listening to our demands and look into the matterRead More


Office shut down

Imphal, September 19: The Nungba Area Joint Action Committee, NA JAC claiming its success to the imposition of shut down strike of all government offices and schools, cautioned to take up another wave of intense agitation if the government fails to remove or transfer SD Neinu, CDPO/ICDS Project, Nungba immediately from Nungba Project. The Nungba joint committee appealed the chief minister Nongthombam Biren Singh and the social welfare minister to immediately remove the said officer from Nungba since she failed to execute her official duties for almost a decade. SheRead More


2265 NHM staff demands regularisation; caution launch indefinite cease work strike

Pothashang News Service Imphal, September 19: Continuing its agitation demanding regularisation of their respective posts the National Health Mission, NHM employees today staged a protest rally at Lamphel, Imphal West wearing black badges. Putting up questions on the reason of not providing regular posts to 2265 non regular staff the sit-in protest rally was continued today. The protesting employees said, since the year 2006, we, all the NHM staffs are contributing in health care delivery system across the State. Then there have been many improvements in terms of Immunization, InstitutionalRead More


CM INSTRUCTS TO COMPLETE AADHAR ENROLMENT BY DECEMBER 2017

Imphal, September 19, 2017 (DIPR): Chief Minister Shri N Biren chaired a review meeting on the progress of biometric capturing/ Aadhar enrolment in hill districts of the State. The meeting was held in the Cabinet Hall of Chief Minister’s Secretariat today. During the meeting, the Chief Minister instructed the respective MLAs of hill districts and DCs concerned to co-ordinate with MANITRON and In-Media to complete the entire process of biometric capturing of the individuals by 31st December, 2017. Mentioning that the concerned DCs are responsible for the completion of AadharRead More


STOP PLANTING EUCALYPTUS PLANT: DR. NAJMA HEPTULLAH

Imphal, the 19th September 2017 (DIPR): Eucalyptus plant is brought from Australia during British period and it helps in decreasing the rich biodiversity of the State. Stop planting eucalyptus plant. We do not need it, said Dr. Najma Heptullah, Governor Manipur. The Governor was speaking as Chief Guest in the launching programme of CSIR-Aroma Mission and Anthropogenic impact & their management options in the different ecosystems of the Indian Himalayan region (Imphal/Manipur river basin) today at CSIR-NEIST, BLIM, Imphal. Dr. Najma Heptullah appealed to the Scientists of Manipur for startingRead More


EDUCATION MINISTER ATTENDS ASIAN SUBMIT ON EDUCATION AND SKILL

Imphal / Mumbai, September 19, 2017 (DIPR): Education Minister Shri Thokchom Radheshyam Singh had participated in the Asian Summit on Education and Skills (ASES) Conference 2017, Mumbai, an annual event participated by leaders, experts, educators and policy makers dedicated to education and skills sector in Asia. In today’s session of The International Education and Skill Summit 2017, Minister Shri Radheshyam spoke on the agenda ‘Education Policy Priorities on the next 24 months’. In the agenda, views and ideas of policy priorities were discussed focusing the rapid changes affecting technology’s impact,Read More


Arjuna Awardee Bembem

Arjuna Awardee women footballer Oinam Bembem Devi being felicitated by Imphal West District Football Association at Komberei Inn, Uripok today.


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