Wednesday, January 24th, 2018

 

3,53,325 registered Job seekers till the end of November, 2017

Imphal, January 24, 2018 (DIPR) :  A total of 3,53,325 (three lakhs fifty three thousand three hundred twenty five) applicants including 2,41,832 ( two lakhs forty one thousand eight hundred thirty two) male and 1,11,493 (one lakh eleven thousand four hundred ninety three) female applicants are Live-Registered in the different Employment Exchange of Manipur at the end of November, 2017 according to monthly progress report on the working of State Employment Service, Manipur issued by the Directorate of  Employment, Government of Manipur. The total number of registered job seekers inRead More


CHIEF MINISTER FLAGS OFF MANIPUR WOMEN’S FOOTBALL TEAM

Imphal, January 24, 2018 (DIPR): Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh said that  the NDA led Government headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has changed and transform the vision “Look East Policy” into “Act East Policy” to maintain a strong cohesive relationship with the South East Asian countries. This was stated by him during a flag off ceremony of delegates and Manipur Women’s team for the Women football exhibition match between Myanmar and India cum Business meet with traders of Mandalay and Sagaing division to be held on 27th-30th January 2018. TheRead More


CABINET APPROVES GOVERNOR’S DRAFT ADDRESS

Imphal, January 24, 2018 (DIPR): The State Cabinet chaired by Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh today approved the draft Governor’s address to be delivered on the first day of the coming Budget Session of the State Legislative Assembly, which will commence fromFebruary 2, 2018. The approval was made after making necessary amendments through a lengthy and thorough discussion. The Cabinet also decided to hike the remuneration of Home Guard personnel from Rs. 5000 to Rs. 7730 per month. The decision was taken after minutely deliberating the importance of their service and theRead More


Students block Imphal-Moreh road

Pothashang News Service Imphal, January 24, 2018: Lilong Haoreibi college students today blocked Imphal Moreh at Lilong Usoipokpi area in protest against the government failure to take against the College principal Md Sahidur Rahman for misappropriation of college fund. The students blocked the road since 11 this morning till 1 pm. The students took out the benches and desk from the college and to block the road. Some people who were not students of the college started burning the waiting shed of the college. It was however extinguised by the students. ARead More


Manipur to plant tree along Indo-Myanmar border

Moreh, January 24, 2018 : Forest and environment minister Thaounaojam Shyamkumar today said horticulture and soil conservation department will conduct mass plantation of trees at the Indo-Myanmar border at Indian side, where the trees have been earlier cut. He declared the statement during his inspection at the border area. He also visited Holenphai village in Tengnoupal district during his inspection. Holenphai village is in the border and is the last village of Manipur.  He said fruit bearing trees like jackfruit, leeche and even cashew will be planted. He said experts will beRead More


8th National Voters’ Day in Imphal West District

Imphal, January 22, 2018 (DIPR):  The 8th National Voters’ Day is being celebrated on 25th January, 2018 throughout the State with the theme “Assessible Elections”. To mark the celebration in respect of Imphal West District, a District Level 8th National Voters’ Day celebration will be held on 25th January, 2018 at Kuranganayani Hall located at Deputy Commissioner office complex at Lamphelpat at 10 am. Felicitation of new electors with a pledge along with their EPICS will also be held on this day.  


DIFFERENCES AND ISSUES TO BE SOLVED THROUGH DIALOGUE & DISCUSSION: JAYANTAKUMAR

Imphal, January 24, 2018 (DIPR): Health and Family Welfare Minister Shri L. Jayantakumar Singh has expressed that Dialogue and Discussion will lead to understanding between one another. Speaking at a press conference held at his Office chamber in the presence of the representatives of the ASHA Workers Union and Mediapersons, minister said that the incident occurred on 21st of this month in which the ASHA workers burnt the uniforms issued to them is really unfortunate. Regretting the incident of burning ASHA Uniforms on 21st January at Khuman Lampak, one ofRead More


SOCIAL SERVICE CAMP IN BISHNUPUR DC AHEAD OF R-DAY

Bishnupur, January 24, 2017 (DIPR): A mass social service camp was held today at the Bishnupur Mini Secretariat (DC Complex) under the initiative and supervision of the Bishnupur district administration. Today’s Social Service Camp saw a huge turnout with hundreds of government employees belonging to various departments taking part in it. DC Pawan Yadav opined that the DC complex must be kept clean and beautiful always, and expressed his intention to clear out the thick bushes in the centre of the complex, and to develop a public park in itsRead More


NEMCHA KIPGEN INSPECTS ONGOING DEVELOPMENTAL PROJECTS

Kangpokpi, January 24, 2018(DIPR): Social Welfare and Cooperation Minister Smt Nemcha Kipgen today inspected the ongoing developmental projects in and around Kangpokpi District. One such is the ongoing construction of Henu (Ema) Market at Kangpokpi District. During the visit, Minister Nemcha, who is also the local MLA vehemently, instructed the concern people engaged in this project for the speedy completion of the market and instructed them to complete the Market latest by February of this year. She is optimistic that once this market are completed, it will provide a scopeRead More


MINISTER SHYAMKUMAR INSPECTS INDO-MYANMAR BORDER

Moreh, January 24, 2017 (DIPR): Forest and Environment Minister Thaounaojam Shyamkumar today inspected the Indo-Myanmar border area and also visited Holenphai village in Tengnoupal district as part of his forest inspection tour. Holenphai village is in the border and is the last village of Manipur. Speaking to media persons at the Holenphai village, Minister Th. Shyamkumar said trees are being cut down in large scale in Myanmar side and transported illegally to India. He said if massive cutting continues in the border area, the effect of climate change will impactRead More


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