Friday, November 24th, 2017

 

Fake girls account creator caught

Pothashang News Service Imphal, November 24, 2017: Volunteers of Rising Knowledge Club, Khuyathong Polem leikai for the second time caught a boy today for creating fake accounts of girls on Facebook and WhatsApp indulging. Talking to the reporters at the Khoyatong club office, its vice president Ngangbam Ghanashyam said the culprit is a 17 year old boy and he created fake accounts of girls on the social media sites and sent obscene pictures from the accounts. The culprit was disclosed as Chongtham Montu, 17 years son of Ch. Raju, Khoythong PolemRead More


SHYAMKUMAR CONDUCTS SURPRISE INSPECTION

Pothashang News Service Imphal, November 24, 2017: Municipal Administration, Housing and Urban Development (MAHUD) and Town Planning Minister Thounaojam Shyamkumar today warned the shopkeepers in Imphal to face legal actions if footpaths are not cleared. The minister also cautioned the vendors without appropriate licence to stop continuing their business in the market places. Shyamkumar today made a surprise inspection at various market areas in Imphal to check shopkeepers occupying footpaths and contaminating the market. He inspected markets at Majorkhul, Thangal Bazar, Kasturi Bridge, Nagamapal area, Ima Market and Masjid Road. TheRead More


England defeated Morocco by 16 -2 goals

Pothashang News Service Imphal , November 24, 2017: England defeated Morocco by 16 -2 goals on the third day of 11th Manipur Polo International at Imphal Pologround (Mapal Kangjeibung) which is organised as a part of the Manipur Sangai Festival. While the endangered original polo animal, Manipur Pony has been frequently seen along the streets and at garbage sites, Karam Shyam, minister of CAF and PD today said “Survival of Manipuri pony is necessary for the survival of Manipuri Polo”. Karam Shyam was speaking as the chief guest of the international polo tournament.Read More


RICE STACKS SET ABLAZE

Pothashang News Service Imphal, November 24: An alcoholic set ablaze two harvested rice stacks (locally called Phoubei) at the Laipat Loukon paddy field, Ningthoukhong Bazar, Bishnupur district yesterday morning. The suspect who committed burnt the rice stacks as Moirangthem Roben Singh, 35 from the same village. The rice stacks belonged to Pukhrambam Birachandra Singh and Michael P. The effort of the fire brigade could not save the rice from turning into ash. The villagers caught Roben Singh with psychotropic substance and tablets strip at the same spot. He was foundRead More


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