Monday, February 5th, 2018

 

EDUCATION SHOULD BE “DISTURBANCE FREE ZONE”: MINISTER TH. RADHESHYAM

(DIPR): Education Minister Shri Thokchom Radheshyam today called upon different sections of the society to make education, a disturbance free zone so that the academic timetable of the students is completed without any hindrances. He ardently called for a peaceful environment for the students to prosper in their academic performance. A press meet was held today in the Office Chamber of the Minister in connection with reports of ban imposed on the catholic missionary schools in Manipur. The Minister stated that there are over Seventy Catholic Schools imparting education to manyRead More


Blast at Imphal Polo ground injures two AR Jawans

Pothashang News Service Imphal, February 5, 2018: Two Assam Rifles jawans were injured in a hand grenade blast that triggered at Imphal polo ground today at around 5: 30 pm. The injured jawans were identified as Manbahadur Limbu, 38, son of late Limbu, resident of Sikkim, 31st national highway and Uttamkumar Pun, 52, son of late Nanda Bahadur of Saitual district, Aizawl, Mizoram. Both belong to 6 AR. Manbahadur was injured at his right thigh and Uttamkumar was injured at both legs and right shoulder. The injured were rushed toRead More


MANIPUR GDP IS EXPECTED TO REACH 11.95 PC IN 2018-19 FISCAL YEAR: JOYKUMAR

Pothashang News Service Imphal, February 5, 2018: The overall Gross State Domestic Products (GSDP) rate in the next fiscal year, 2018-19 is expected to increase upto 11.95 % with the considerable improvement in the financial health, said deputy chief minister Yumnam Joykumar. The minister who also holds the portfolio of finance briefing the reporters at his secretariat chamber said the government is committed for the welfare of people and therefore, Budget Estimates for the next fiscal 2018-19 is aimed to develop key areas like skill development, housing, drinking water, power andRead More


ADC teachers caution to launch strike

Pothashang News Service Imphal, February 5, 2018: Autonomous District Councils (ADCs) teachers have cautioned to take up agitations if the government fails to release their four months’ pending salaries. The employees also demanded to increase the pay scales equal to the pay scale of the primary teachers under the state education department. Their third demand was to implement pensionary and retirement benefits. The All Manipur District Council Teachers’ Association highlighting these demands served an ultimatum to the chief minister. It pressed to release their pending salaries for the months fromRead More


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