Thursday, August 2nd, 2018

 

Manipur CM cares over NRC impact

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, August 2, 2018: Chief minister N. Biren Singh said that his government is monitoring the situation minutely and is vigilant to check the influx of illegal immigrants in the state as concern over the infiltration of the illegal immigrants in the state in the post publication of the final draft of NRC (National Register of Citizens), Assam. Biren was talking to reporter at his office today. He mentioned that state government has already taken various precautionary measures to check the influx of illegal immigrants in the state.Read More


Biren appeals to call off MU community agitations

– varsity communities denies leave to Pandey Pothashang News Service: Imphal, August 2, 2018: Chief minister Nongthombam Biren Singh has appealed the varsity community to call off agitation to retain academic atmosphere and the fact-finding enquiry can investigate and perform their duties smoothly. The varsity community comprising Manipur University Students’ Union, Manipur University Teachers’ Association and Manipur University Staffs’ Association has been on the strike demanding ouster of vice-chancellor Adya Prasad Pandey from the varsity. Biren talking to reporters at his secretariat today said let us put a collective effort to bring back the academicRead More


Union minister Rijiju’s effigy set abalze

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, August 2, 2018: Effigy of Union minister of state for home Kiren Rijiju was set ablaze by the state councils of All India Youth Federation and All India Students’ Federation today in Imphal, protesting against his assertion that there is no border dispute with India and Myanmar. AIYF and AISF’s Manipur councils condemned the minister’s statement. Rijiju on Wednesday told Rajya Sabha that the reports about destruction of border pillar in Manipur were false according to a high level team that visited the spot recently. AIYF and AISF said theRead More


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