Sunday, December 10th, 2017

 

VILLAGERS OF KWATHA INTERACTS WITH MEDIA PERSONS – 2ND DAY INTERNAL PRESS CONDUCTED TOUR ENDS SUCCESSFULLY

Imphal, December 10, 2017 (DIPR):  A 2-day Internal Press Conducted Tour was organized by Directorate of information and Public Relations, Government of Manipur at Kwatha in Tengnoupal District on 8th and 9th December, 2017. The tour was mainly organized to highlight the developmental work and grievances of the villagers of Kwatha Village. Media persons from reputed media agencies including DIPR Staffs took part in the tour. The tour was flaged off by Shri N. Krishnakumar, Deputy Director, IPR, from the DIPR office complex, Keishampat at 8 am on the 8thRead More


NEMCHA KIPGEN INSPECTED CHC, KANGPOKPI

Kangpokpi, December 10, 2017 (DIPR): In the light of the most recent incident regarding hospital authority denial admission of a pregnant woman, Social Welfare and Cooperation Minister, also the local MLA, Smt. Nemcha Kipgen paid a surprise visit today at Community Health Centre (CHC), Kangpokpi which was recently upgraded to District Hospital. It may be mentioned that on Friday, a woman delivered her baby at home without any proper medical care and assistance after CHC, Kangpokpi denied her admission in the hospital on the charge that she was not accompaniedRead More


LOVE, PEACE AND HARMONY ARE THE BASIC BELIEFS OF ALL RELIGIONS: NEMCHA KIPGEN

Kangpokpi, December 10, 2017 (DIPR): Social Welfare and Cooperation Minister Smt. Nemcha Kipgen today expressed that the basic beliefs of all religions are of love, peace and harmony and there is no religion which promotes or advocates any act that is contradictory to love, peace and harmony. She was speaking as Chief Guest at the 1st Tagaramphung Advent Christmas 2017, under the chosen theme of “Love. Peace & Harmony, held today at Tagaramphung (Yaikongpao) Village Ground, Kangpokpi District. She also urged that the fact that we all believe in GodRead More


ADEQUATE MEASURES PUT IN PLACE TO SANITISE BORDER AREAS: CM

Imphal, December 10, 2017 (DIPR): Chief Minister Shri N. Biren said that the State Government has taken up adequate security measures at all the border areas of the State to check entry of illegal migrants and thwart unlawful activities in the wake of Rohingya crisis in Myanmar and outsiders identification exercise in neighbouring Assam. Addressing media persons at Hill Leaders’ Day held at Chief Minister’s Secretariat today, Shri N. Biren said that a police station would be opened at Behiang at the earliest. The Chief Minister informed that he would personally visit theRead More


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