Thursday, October 18th, 2018

 

Egalitarian development is the only way forward: CM

Imphal, October 18, 2018 (DIPR): Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh has said that the so-called hill-valley divide will cease on its own when there is no disparity in development between hill and valley. He made the observation while taking part at an interactive session held as part of a conclave organised by People’s Campaign for Resurgent Manipur on the topic, ‘Idea of Manipur towards a life with dignity’ at Sangai Hall of Hotel Imphal today. The Chief Minister said that the new Government initiated ‘Go to Hills’ and ‘Go toRead More


“Northeast India: A Reader” launched

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, October 18, 2018: Manipur chief minister N. Biren Singh said the academicians and scholars have a great role in improving a society and shaping a society better, at the launching function of the book “Northeast India: A Reader” held at the Durbar Hall, of  the chief minister’s secretariat today. Biren stated that in the post independence era (1960s-70s), the intellectuals, academicians and scholars didn’t influence the politicians. If Forums/ Platforms like Manipur Research Forum were present at that time then the present burning issues such as ethnic conflictRead More


Second review meeting of the vigilance and anti corruption held

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, October, 18, 2018: The second review meeting of the vigilance and anti corruption department, was held today at the conference hall of old secretariat Imphal. Chief secretary who is also the chief vigilance commissioner, state vigilance commission Dr. J Suresh Babu chaired the review meeting. Pending cases and causes of the same, training of staff, non-submission and non appearance of action taken report by the concerned departments in respect of action recommended by the commission were the main topics that discussed in today’s meeting. Suresh Babu statedRead More


Manipur has got Assembly museum and archives

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, October 18, 2018: Manipur governor Dr. Najma Heptulla has advised the government to extend assembly session days during the function of inauguration of first Manipur Legislative Museum and Archives at old Assembly building today. Heptulla said the Assembly session should be extended for a longer period as it is the only place where the people representatives get the chance to discuss issues. “I also like to speak to the chief minister and I have spoken to the Speaker to take a decision the assembly session should beRead More


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