Wednesday, March 28th, 2018


Practising righteousness can enrich moral: Th. Radhashyam

Imphal, March 28, 2018 (DIPR): Education Minister Shri Thokchom Radheshyam Singh said that practice of righteousness and fulfilling one’s responsibility can enrich the morals in human while speaking as Chief Guest at the inaugural function of the Two-Day National Seminar on “Purvanchal Mein Bhakti Andolan” organised by the Department of Hindi, Manipur University, Canchipur, and the Central Institute of Hindi, Agra at the Court Hall of Manipur University.. Dharma, he added is the duty, the responsibility that one has to fulfil as a human being as a son-daughter, father-mother, brother-sisterRead More

Biswajit inaugurates Powerloom Unit at Takyenpat Industrial Estate

Imphal, March 28 (DIPR): Textiles, Commerce and Industries Minister Shri Thongam Biswajit Singh inaugurated a Powerloom Unit, having 11 looms, today at the Industrial Estate, Takyelpat. Addressing the inaugural function, the Minister expressed the need to encourage and promote weavers in the State, and said Manipur has the highest number of weavers in the country. He said that introduction of the powerloom will increase production which will increase the income for the weavers. However, there are also concerns over the survival of traditional handloom due to growth in powerloom sector,Read More

Good values of religions and cultures to be imbibed: Deputy CM

Imphal, March 28, 2018 (DIPR): Deputy Chief Minister Shri Yumnam Joykumar Singh has said that all good values of religions and cultures should be imbibed to sustain our aged old civilisation. He was speaking at the inaugural function of National Seminar on “The Integral Humanism of Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya towards the Praxis of Vision of New India” held at Manipur Institute of Management Studies (MIMS) in Manipur University today. Shri Joykumar Singh said, our culture is a multi-faceted one based on unity in diversity. It is the reason thatRead More

Final hearing of the parliamentary secretary act

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, March 28, 2018: The High Court of Manipur has fixed the date n April 5 for the final hearing of the petition and PILs filed before the court seeking cancellation of the impugned Manipur parliamentary secretary (appointment, salary and allowances and miscellaneous provision) Act 2012 which empowered the state to appoint parliamentary secretaries. The petition filed by MLA, O. Surjakumar and other three MLAs was heard yesterday before the division bench of the high court comprising of acting chief justice, N. Kotiswar and justice, K. Nobin. The BJP-led government hasRead More

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