Thursday, September 28th, 2017

 

Prides of Manipur receive financial supports

Pothashang News Service Imphal, September 28 : Families of two under 17 national football team,  from Thangmeiband, Imphal West today received financial aid to enable them watch their sons’ performance at the Under 17 FIFA World Cup hosted by India between October 6 and 28. Yengkhom Sanjeep from Thangmeiband Polem Leikai, who is serving as assistant commandant in the CRPF today donated Rs.60, 000 to the family of Ninthoingamba Khumanthem and Rs. 30, 000 to the family of Thangjam Boris through Rising Knowledge Club (RKC), Khoyathong, Imphal West. Other supporters from different quartersRead More


Son of the soil greets another son of the soil

Pothashang News Service Imphal, September 28: Romi Industries’ proprietor Khumbongmayum Dhanachandra today wished  Asian Body Building Sport junior champion Laitonjam Rishikanta for his bright success in the 9th World Body Building and Physique Sports Championship to be held in October at Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia in a simple ceremony held at Romi Industries’ branch office Kwakeithel, Imphal. In the wish giving event Dhanchandra presented him different kinds of sports suits and carry bags produced by Romi Industries while ecourage the emerging muscle man who has high hope in winning the contest at Ulaanbaatar.Read More


NO BILL ON KEROSENE QUOTA FOR MLAs PASSED BY THE ASSEMBLY: KARAM SHYAM

IMPHAL, SEPTEMBER 28, 2017 (DIPR): Shri Karam Shyam, Minister, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution said that, the State Government is now able to regularly supply kerosene oil to the beneficiaries after oil adulteration was put into check. Speaking to media-persons at his official quarter at Sanjenthong, the Minister said that, the allegation levelled by the Spokesperson of a political party against the Government is incorrect and baseless. He said that, there is no bill passed by the Manipur Legislative Assembly entitling kerosene quota to the MLAs. The present governmentRead More


NSCN (K) Ambush kills 3 Indian Army

Pothashang News Service Imphal, September 28: At least 3 Indian Army personnel were killed and several others injured in a gunfight between Army and mobile unit of NSCN(K) in Lankhu village of Myanmar at the Indo-Myanmar border, yesterday morning. Reports say, the encounter took place from 3 am till 10 am. It occured when Indian Army tried to sneak in Langkhu village of Myanmar from Khonsa area of Arunachal Pradesh. Langkhu village is located10-15 kms away from the Indo-Myanmar border, which is a NSCN(K) stronghold area. NSCN(K) says there was no casualtyRead More


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