Saturday, September 22nd, 2018

 

Heritage Park at Keibul Lamjao soon: Biren

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, September 22, 2018: A Heritage Park having traditional houses of all the 33 recognised tribes of the State would be developed at an estimated cost of Rs. 39 crore at Keibul Lamjao soon, said Chief minister N. Biren. Biren was addressing at the annual get together and Freshers’ Day, 2018 of Mao Youth and Students’ Organisation (MYSO), Imphal at the auditorium of Tribal Research Institute, Imphal today. Biren said the Union tourism ministry had approved the Heritage Park project, and the state government had set a targetRead More


GPS fitted vehicles to government officers

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, September 22, 2018: Chief Minister N. Biren Singh has said that a ring road and two flyovers would be constructed in Imphal with financial assistance from Asian Development Bank (ADB) soon. He announced it at the function of Improving Mobility for Field Functionaries organised at 1st Battalion Manipur Rifles ground on Saturday. The function was specially organised for the first time to personally hand over 61 GPS-fitted vehicles to SDOs and police officers deputed at different parts of the state. Biren Singh said ADB had approved inRead More


Spot painting of Paryatan Parv

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, September 22, 2018: Manipur Tourism organized an on-the-spot painting competition at the City Convention Centre in Imphal today as part of observation of the ‘Paryatan Parv’ from September 16-27, 2018 in the state. A Heritage Walk at Khongjom was also conducted as part of the ongoing celebrations. The Paryatan Parv 2018 celebrations in Manipur kicked off with a Heritage Walk at Kangla on September 16, 2018. A Heritage Walk will also be organised at Marjing, Heingang, Imphal East on September 23, 2018. The on-the-spot painting competitionRead More


Students demand unconditional release of teachers and students

Pothashang New Service: Imphal, September 22, 2018: Joint Students’ Co-ordinating Committee on Saturday cautioned to launch mass agitation if Manipur government and the HRD ministry fails to act according to the memorandum of agreement signed with the Manipur University community. It also demanded to immediately release without any conditions the students and the teachers who were arrested on Thursday night from the varsity campus. It condemns remanding of the students and the teachers to police and judicial custody.  Five teachers and 10 students were produced at the CJM Imphal WestRead More


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