Sunday, August 26th, 2018

 

Biren announces to prepare ranking of banks

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, August 26, 2018: Manipur chief minister N. Biren Singh has on Sunday said the state government will prepare ranking of all the banks operating in the state on the basis of the services provided by these banks to needy people. The amount of money to be deposited from the state’s exchequer to these banks would be decided by this ranking, he added. Biren was at the inauguration of the newly renovated building of Imphal Branch of Manipur State Co-operative Bank Ltd located at Old Assembly road. He said thatRead More


Biren inaugurates Lamdeng water supply project

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, August 26, 2018: Chief minister N. Biren Singh dedicated a water supply scheme to the public at Lamdeng in Imphal West today. Biren said the state government has set a target to cover 2500 villages under ‘Go to Village’ mission before the Lok Sabha elections likely to be held in the early part of 2019. He  appreciated the government employees for putting in best effort to make the mission a success. Stating that every politician should take politics as a game of competition to bring people’s welfare, theRead More


Sit-In Staged Against Article (A) or 6th Schedule

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, August 26, 2018: A sit-in-protest was staged at Khamnam Bazar against the possible extension of Article 371 (A) or 6th Schedule in Manipur, here on Sunday. The sit-in-protest was jointly organized by Cachar Road Athletic Union (CRAU) Club and Meira Paibi of Khamnam Leirak under the aegis of United Committee Manipur (UCM). Speaking at the agitation sit-in, UCM Secretary General Kh. Athouba spoke of the consequences that would likely to arise if the possible extension of Article (A) or alike in Manipur or 6th schedule is pass inRead More


Three youths offer monthly old aged pensions

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, August 25, 2018 in: A non-profitable group of three young friends, residents of Imphal, called “Yotshabi Makhong Ahum” on Sunday distributed old age pension to 11 poor widows and a widower as a part of their dream to serve helpless people in the society. The group has been distributing the pension from their pockets since May this year. The pensioners have been provided pension books for one year, which will be extended annually, said Shivkumar Ahongshangbam, 30, one of the three members of the group ofRead More


Manipuri textile – Naoroibam Indramani

Manipur lies on the eastern frontier of India. It was an ancient kingdom which had enjoyed the fortune and glory and experienced sorrow and vicissitudes of her long history. Manipur is a cradle of human civitization and creativity which has come under the influence of many cultures of many different ethnic groups who came at various times and contributed to the growth of the civilization in this hilly state in India’s north eastern frontier. Manipur, a small state surrounded by ranges of hills, is one of the beauty spots onRead More


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