Monday, October 9th, 2017

 

TERRITORIAL ARMY IS THE INTERFACE BETWEEN ARMY AND PEOPLE: CM

Imphal, October 9, 2017 (DIPR): The 68th Territorial Army Day was observed at the Banquet Hall of 1st Bn. Manipur Rifles, Imphal today. The observation was organised by the Government of Manipur. Chief Minister N. Biren Singh and Deputy Chief Minister Shri Y. Joykumar Singh graced the function as Chief Guest and President. Speaking as Chief Guest of the function, Chief Minister N. Biren Singh said that Territorial Army is often known as “Citizens Army” and act as a bridge between Army, Paramilitary forces and civil society of the country. Many a times, Territorial ArmyRead More


ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON CLEANLINESS HELD

Senapati, October 9,2017 (DIO): In continuation of the Swachhta pakhwada ( Cleanliness fortnight),which started on the 1st of this month for Senapati District, a one day cleanliness workshop was organised by the District Rural Development Agency, Senapati under the Watershed Component (IWMP),WCDC Level at the DRDA conference Hall here today. Experts from many different departments delivered lectures on managing and controlling pollution for a clean living environment. Speaking on the occasion Ng.Robin, ADM, Senapati, Joint secretary, Goverment of India, say that we need discipline, effort and hard work for maintainingRead More


Demand for implementation of 7th Central pay commission

Pothashang News Service Imphal, October 9: Manipur Government Services Federation, state employees union has to take up various forms of agitations until the 7th central pay commission is implemented in the state. Mibam Rajendra Singh, president of the employees federation during a press conference held at Manipur Press Club, here, said the BJP before election promised to implement the central pay if they come to power. We see no progress of the Fitment Committee even if they are in power, added Rajendra. In the light of commissioning the central pay, previousRead More


CM consoles Titular king

Pothashang News Service Imphal, October 9: Chief Minister Nongthombam Biren Singh today visited royal temple, Sanakonung to console Titular king Leishemba Sanajaoba and his family on the demise of his mother Leima Shija Tampha. Leima Shija Tampha, better half of late Meidingu (King) Okendrajit Pareihanba passed away yesterday at around 10:30 am after suffering from cancer at RIMS. Her last rite was performed yesterday at Kangla with customary rituals of the state. The body of Sanajaoba’s mother was carried on a palanquin to take her at Kangla.


ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT OF RURAL POPULACE REQUISITE FOR A DEVELOPED MANIPUR: KARAM SHYAM

IMPHAL, OCTOBER 9, 2017 (DIPR): Economic empowerment of the rural population is requisite to achieve the dream of a developed Manipur. This was stated by Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution and Revenue Minister Karam Shyam at the inaugural function of the 10th Regional Saras Fair, 2017. The 10-day SARAS fair is organised by Manipur State Rural Livelihood Mission (MSRLM) to promote marketing of rural products and improve the livelihood of the rural poor. Minister Karam Shyam said the policies and programmes undertaken for the welfare of the weaker sectionsRead More


SHYAMKUMAR APPEALS TO PASS THE MESSAGE TO SAVE WILDLIFE AT GRASSROOTS LEVEL

IMPHAL, OCTOBRER 9, 2017 (DIPR): Forests and Environment Minister Thounaojam Shyamkumar today appealed to all, especially the young generations, to pass on the message to save the wildlife at the grassroots level. He said that, a world without wildlife would inevitably lose its ability to sustain all forms of life due to the complex balance of nature and the inter-dependency of species on one another. He was speaking as the Chief Guest at the Grande Finale of the 62nd Wildlife Week Celebration, 2017 at the Manipur State Film Development SocietyRead More


Future of Peace – Poster Contest

Imphal, October 9, 2017 :  A Peace Poster Contest on the theme, “The Future of Peace” was organised yesterday, the 7th October, 2017 at Sacred Heart Higher Secondary School, Porompat, Imphal East. The Contest was organised in the state by Lions Club of Imphal Greater as a part of the worldwide-contest held in many parts of the world on the theme. The contest was organised to inspire young people to think about peace, creatively and what it means to them and to share their own unique visions with the world.Read More


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