Monday, June 18th, 2018
-51,689 victims evacuated Pothashang News Service: Imphal, June 18, 2018: The flood situation in some parts of the state is improving although some areas are still inundated under flood water. The government of Manipur is using all its machineries towards extending maximum help to the flood victims and is keeping a strict vigil to control the situation both in the hills and the valley. The government on June 13, 2018 announced holiday on account of the sudden flood in the state which has affected large number of people both living inRead More
Pothashang News Srvice: Imphal, June 18, 2018 : People in Thousands today paid floral tribute to the 18 sons of the soil who sacrificed their lives during a mass agitation in June 2001 and held a public gathering to safeguard the territorial and emotional integrity of Manipur. Eighteen agitators were killed when police reacted on protestors who went on burning the state Assembly building, chief minister’s office building and some of the government office buildings. People from all sections of the society took part on the Great June Uprising dayRead More
Pothashang News Service: Imphal, June 18, 2018: The Imphal Finance Co- operative Thrift and Credit Society staffs and its managing director, W.Guneshwar Singh and dean of Central Agriculture University, professor Joykumar Laishram together donated Rs. 81,000 to flood relief fund at Raj Bhavan today. The staff of Imphal Finance Co- operative Thrift and Credit Society donated Rs. 61,000, Rs. 10,000 by its managing director and another Rs.10,000 by the Dean of CAU. . Governor Najma Heptulla expressed her happiness over the donation and appealed to the people at large withinRead More
Pothashang News Service: Imphal, June 18, 2018: Medical and Sales Representatives’ Association of Manipur (MSRAM) today organised a free health camp at the flood relief camps of Nongmebung, Imphal East. The health camp covers Noimeibung Pung Mathak, Eastern Students Club community hall, Nongmeibung Primary School and Chakpram Leirak and Ayangpali area. Around 300 persons were facilitated by the health camp with medicines, which was headed by Dr. Tulsidas from RIMS.