Tuesday, December 5th, 2017

 

Hoax bomb terrifies Chandel

Pothashang News Service Imphal, December 5: A suspected bomb was found lying at the Pallel-Chandel road this morning which halted traffic for few hours on the Chandel road. The stuff was found at the roadside about 1km away from the 8th MR Camp at Leikun Village in Chandel district. Securtity forces rushed at the spot and halted traffic until the bomb like stuff was identified as a hoax. Afeter series of blasts in the state including the Chandel blast on November 13and the Sajik Tampak blast and encounter between rebels andRead More


MANIPUR CM BIREN ATTENDS HORNBILL FESTIVAL

Pothashang News Service Imphal, December 5: Chief minister Nongthombam Biren Singh today attended the Nagaland Hornbill Festival at Kisama after he completed Manipur Sangai Festival. Biren Singh traveled to Kohima in a chopper this morning. Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Pema Khandu also participated in the festival today. “With each tribe celebrating its own festival with dedication and passion, Nagaland is indeed the “land of festivals” and Hornbill festival is definitely the “festival of festivals”, Biren Singh. He thanked the chief minister of Nagaland TR Zeliang for his participation in theRead More


JOURNALISTS DRAW PRIME MINISTER’S ATTENTION

Pothashang News Service Imphal, December 5: All Manipur Working Journalists’ Union, AMWJU has asked the Prime Minister Narendra Modi for urgent intervention over the alleged high handiness and tyrannical attitude of state unit BJP leaders against the journalist union’s president Wangkhemcha Samjai. A memorandum was submitted during a sit-in staged at Keishampat street, today. Representatives of the journalist met Governor Najma A Heptulla on the issue. A copy of the memorandum was submitted to each of the President of India Ram Nath Kovind, Press Council of India, Indian Journalists’ UnionRead More


JCILPS awaits government action

Pothashang News Service Imphal December 5: The Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit System, JCLPS has urged the chief minister Nongthombam Biren Singh to pass an ILP bill during the winter assembly sitting would begin on December 20. The joint committee also warned the government to launch mass agitations from December 13 if the government fails to assure commitment within the given deadline ofDecember 8 as resolved by the public convention held in Imphal on December 1. Seven members of the JCILPS met Biren Singh yesterday to press pass the bill during the forthcomingRead More


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