Thursday, April 5th, 2018


‘Go to the Village’ mission in May

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, April 5, 2018: Chief minister Biren Singh has appealed all to work together maintaining transparency to help poor and needy people and bring positive change in the state, during a discussion meeting with ministers and high ranking officials on ‘Go to the Village’ mission held at chief minister’s secretariat.  “Let us make Manipur a ‘Model State’ for development in the country”, said Biren Singh. He said, under the ‘Go to the Village’ mission, we would visit every village in each and every constituency of the state. He maintainedRead More

DM Arts students launch total shutdown

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, April 5, 2018: Students of DM College of Arts have been ignited as chief minister Biren’s Meeyamgi Numit, people’s day opened to listen to people’s grievances fails to respond the sentiment of DM College of Arts students. The students have been complaining to fence the college playground. Biren Singh Meeyamgi Numit was launched on May 15 last year with the objective to bring people’s welfare by listening to their grievance on 15 of every month. The students who has been staging sit-in at the college pressing to fence the college playgroundRead More

Biren praises lifter Mirabai Chanu

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, April 5, 2018: Chief minister Nonghombam. Biren Singh has congratulated weightlifter Saikhom Mirabai Chanu on winning the first Gold medal for India in women’s 48 kg event in the 21st Commonwealth Games, 2018 at Gold Coast in Australia today. Biren Singh hailed Mirabai as a true Manipuri Ningol, stating that she has done the state and whole country proud by breaking her own and CWG records on the first day of the games. The chief minister expressed his hope for the champion weightlifter to win more medals andRead More

Cultural team felicitated

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, April 5, 2018: The Manipuri cultural team which participated in the Indo-Bangla Manipuri Cultural festival 2018 held from March 29-31at Manipuri Cultural Complex, Bangladesh was felicitated today at Manipur Press Club by Patriotic Writers Forum (PAWF). Secretary, PAWF, Rakesh Naorem said the festival was held for the first time to improve socio-economic and cultural relations with the Manipuris in Bangladesh. He asserted that assistance and support was asked by Manipuri Cultural Complex, Bangladesh to the state’s chief minister, revenue, art and culture minister, director of artRead More

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