Sunday, October 22nd, 2017


Imphal evening closes today, cabinet sitting at Tamelong likely postpone

Pothashang News Service Imphal, October 22: The weather condition in Manipur has brought to the closure of Imphal Evening night plaza today and there is likely to postpone the state cabinet sitting at Tamenglong which was scheduled to hold tomorrow. In an order issued by the joint director MAHUD, Ng. Uttam stated that the Imphal evening will not be closed for this Sunday due to unfavourable weather condition in Imphal. The night plaza was also disturbed yesterday by heavy rain. The Imphal evening has been opened on every weekend. On the other, thereRead More


Imphal, October 22, 2017 (DIPR): Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh said that the government is committed to increase the seat capacity of the Main Stadium of the Khuman Lampak Sports Complex from the present seating capacity of 25,000 soon. This was stated by him at pre-season friendly match played between NEROCA FC, Imphal and NorthEast United FC held at the Khuman Lampak Main Stadium, Imphal today. .Speaking as Chief Guest of the match, Chief Minister said that the Main Stadium Ground is being developed into the football field of International Standard withRead More

Water levels in rivers rise up; flood in Imphal

Pothashang News Service Imphal, October 22: Heavy rainfall has brought the water levels in Imphal and Nambul rivers, which has created fear of collapse of river banks nearby dwelling areas in Imphal, specially at Singjamei Tekhao Sapam Leikai. Locals of Singjamei today repaired the breached bank of the Imphal river at Singjamei Tekhao Sapam Leikai pat road. This river has breached its bank in the area a week ago and the situation has been worsened as the water level rose following incessant rain. The bank collapsed further due to theRead More

Elephant killed keepe

Pothashang News Service Imphal, October 22: An elephant used in timber logging had killed its Mahut, elephant keeper on Friday. The incident took place on at Bakie Village also known as Yangkhullen in Senapati district. The incident took place when the elephant turn wild. Reports say the dead body of the Mahut has been taken to his native place in Assam. It has also been reported that villagers cannot move out and the children cannot go to school. A team of Manipur forest department and the Assam Wildlife Trust ofRead More

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