Sunday, October 1st, 2017

 

5 crore worth gold seized

Pothashang News Service Imphal, October 1: Imphal custom division today seized gold biscuits worth Rs. 5 crores from a Tata Sumo vehicle that plies along Imphal-Jiribam road. The gold ferrier vehicle bore the registration number MN-01 G 8543. Md. Yakoob brom Bangoon Mayai Leikai owns the vehicle. Md. Najimuddin from Thoubal Turel Ahanbi was the driver of the vehicle. Meiraba, superintendent of the Customs division, Imphal talking to reporters at its Sangakpham office said, twelve gold bars weighing 19.954 kg were found hidden on the left side of the driver’sRead More


ELDERS ARE THE TEACHERS FOR THE YOUNG: RADHESHYAM

Imphal, October 1, 2017: Manipur, as part of the Observance of the International Day for Older Persons, 2017, celebrated today at the premises of Regional Rural Training Center Office, Wangbal Thoubal, under the theme ‘Stepping into the Future; Tapping the Talents, Contributions and Participation of Older Person in Society’. Education, Labour & Employment Minister Shri Th. Radheshyam Singh said that the elders are the mentor; a teacher for the young and their guidance are must for the future. The Minister said that their presence is very important for they guideRead More


25 smuggled urea bags seized

Pothashang News Service Imphal, October 1: Police seized 10 bags of smuggled Urea () yesterday from two van drivers who was illegally ferrying them towards Moreh at Pallel police station gate in Chandel district. The smugglers were identified as R.K.  Meipaksana Singh (36) son of  (L) R.K. Khedasana Singh of Chongtham Kona Wangoi, Imphal West and Md. Ibo (41) son of Md. Babu Khan of Kshetri Awang Leikai, Imphal East. Meipaksana was carrying 10 bags of urea in his Eco van that bearing registration number MN05A-4805. Babu Khan was ferryingRead More


‘WOMEN IS THE EPITOME OF DEVELOPED SOCIETY’

Imphal, OCTOBER 1, 2017: On Day-2 of the 2nd Manipur Catholic Women Convention  2017, Social Welfare and Cooperation Minister Smt Nemcha Kipgen stresses that the chosen theme “Women in the Family, Church and Society” is an extremely relevant one as women of today is the epitome of developed society. While delivering a speech as Chief Guest, Minister Nemcha expressed that as the lone Woman Minister in the present Government in the State, she felt deeply connected and privilege to be among all the women delegates of today’s function. She continued,Read More


NATIONAL VOLUNTARY BLOOD DONATION DAY, 2017 OBSERVED

Imphal, October 1, 2017 : National Voluntary Blood Donation Day, 2017 is being observed today at G.P. Women’s College Hall, Imphal. Attending the function as Chief Guest, Health and Family Welfare Minister Shri L. Jayantakumar Singh said that everyone need blood to live. Blood is life. Donating blood is like giving life to a person, he added. Minister observed that one will come to realize about the importance and essentiality of blood only when incident of blood requirement comes in the family. He also appealed the people to donate blood.Read More


I WILL URGE THE GOVERNMENT TO OPEN HOSPITAL FOR OLD-AGED PEOPLE – NEMCHA KIPGEN

Imphal, October 1, 2017 : On State Level Observation of International Day of Older Persons 2017, Social Welfare and Cooperation Minister Smt Nemcha Kipgen called upon the attention of all the NGOs and stakeholders to lend necessary assistance to those older persons in distress and open doors for them. The Minister also assured that she will urge the Government to open hospital specially meant for old-aged people. This was stated by the Minister gracing the occasion as Chief Guest at the function held today at Khunthokhanbi Sanglen, Thangmeiband, Imphal. StressingRead More


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