Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

 

CM Biren and minister Shyam appeals against ‘communalism’

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, April 10, 2018: Chief minister Nongthombam Biren Singh and CAF and PD and revenue minister Karam Shyam has appealed the All Manipur Muslim Organisation Co-ordinating Committee (AMMOCOC) to refrain from building communalism in the state. The chief minister in connection with the 32 hours general strike imposed by AMMOCOC since 6 am today appealed the organisation to refrain from playing communal politics over the eviction of houses residing illegally in various areas of the state, while talking to the reporters on the sideline of the Hill Leader’s Day at his secretariat. Biren saidRead More


CM Biren seeks support for “Go to the Village” mission

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, April 10, 2018: Chief minister Nongthombam Biren Singh has sought love and support of the people for the successful of the ‘Go to the Village’ mission which is set to be launched on May 1. The chief minister was talking to reporterss on the sideline of monthly Hill Leaders’ Day at the Durbar hall of chief minister’s secretariat today. Mentioning that a committee would be formed at the Panchayat and ADC level of the state, Biren said representatives of Panchayati Raj institution and autonomous district council would be involvedRead More


Policy alone cannot fulfil objectives: Health Minister

Imphal, April 10, 2018 (DIPR): Health and Family welfare Minister Shri L. Jayantakumar Singh has expressed that policy alone can’t do anything. Everyone needs to have a strong determination and courage for performing various activities. Apart from a proper planning we also need to cultivate the habit of converting the plan into action, he added. Speaking as Chief Guest at the World Homoeopathy Day Celebration held at the IMA Hall, Lamphelpat today Minister Jayantakumar informed that different assignments have been given to different level of officials and staff according toRead More


Two more Rohingyas arrested

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, April 10: Two more illegal Rohingya immigrants has been arrested today from the Indo-Mynamar border town Moreh during police drive against unauthorised stay of immigrants at the border. The two arrested immigrants were a couple, identified as Md. Shobik, 26, son of Md.Faisal Haque of Buthidaung village and his wife Arofa, 24, residents of Buthidaung village, Rakhine state, Myanmar. They are at present residing at Moreh ward no.5, Tengnoupal district. They were arrested for staying in India illegally with no valid documents allowing to stay. TheRead More


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