Wednesday, November 1st, 2017

 

Manipur celebrates Kut Festival

Pothashang News Service Imphal, November 1: The biggest festival of Kuki-Chin-Mizo community “Chavang Kut” was celebrated today across the state with its state function held at Ist Battalion Manipur Rifles ground. It is one of the main festivals of Manipur and is celebrated with pomp and grandeur. It is an autumn festival of thanksgiving and prayers are offered for a bountiful harvest season and prosperity of the people. The post harvest festival is celebrated every year on November 1. Governor Dr. Najma A Heptulla hit the gong with her handRead More


North-East students shine in 11th Cultural Function “Rajni”

Chandigarh 1st November 2017: Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh today organized its 11th Cultural Extravaganza “Rajni” at Tagore Theatre, Sector- 18, Chandigarh. Renowned Punjabi lyricist & Singer Happy Raikoti enthralled the students with his hit numbers. Thousand of students of B.Tech, MBA, LL.B, BA-LL.B, BBA, BCA, B.Com, GNM, ANM, B.Sc(Agri), BA, B.Ed, MA(Edu), Diploma etc students participated in various cultural activities. The function commenced with the Lamp Lighting ceremony by the Aryans Group founders Prof. Roshan Lal Kataria (D.C) and Mrs. Rajni Kataria. The function started with Ganesh Vandana as welcome by PrabhaRead More


INFORMATION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS DAY OBSERVED

Imphal, Nov 1, 2017 (DIPR) :  The 69th Information and Public Relations Day was observed today at DIPR complex, Moirangkhom, Imphal with Minister (IPR), Manipur Thongam Biswajit and  Commissioner (IPR) K Radhakumar Singh were the Chief Guest and President of the events.  It was on this day in 1949 that a Publicity Office of the Government of Manipur had been set up with late R.K Maipaksana as its first Publicity Officer. As part of the celebration a 3-day DIPR festival on government’s achievement was also inaugurated by the Chief Guest.Read More


STATE GOVERNMENT WORKING FOR INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT: BISWAJIT

Imphal, November 1st 2017 (DIPR): The present BJP led government in the State is working for an inclusive development without any differences between the hills and the valley, said Works Minister Thongam Biswajit Singh yesterday. The Minister was speaking at the Chagaa Ngee – Liangmai Cultural Festival at Makui (Liangchi) Village, Senapati District. Minister Biswajit said it is important to develop every village in the State to develop the State. He said India is a unique country, inhabited by people belonging to different communities with different language, culture, tradition, festivals.Read More


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