Friday, October 19th, 2018


Cabinet decides to frame Manipur Lokayukta Rules

Imphal, October 19, 2018 (DIPR): The State Cabinet has approved to draft the Manipur Lokayukta Rules, 2018. The historic decision was taken at the State Cabinet meeting held at the DC Office Complex, Kangpokpi with Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh in the chair today. It was the sixth Cabinet meeting conducted outside the State Capital. Speaking to media persons after the Cabinet meeting, Shri N. Biren Singh said that people have been constantly demanding to institute Lok Ayukta in order to bring transparency in governance and root out corruption.Read More

CM inaugurates women’s market at Kangpokpi

Imphal, October 19, 2018 (DIPR): Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh said that Politics is to protect and preserve the precious lives of the people and to build cordial relationship among various communities and inclusive development in the State. This was stated by him at the inauguration of Nute Kailhang (Women’s Market), Kangpokpi and laying of foundation stones for Transit Accommodation for Doctors and Teachers at Kangpokpi and Saikul and 100 bedded Hostel and upgradation of Kasturbha Gandhi Bal Vidyalaya (KGBV), Ekou Mulam. The function was held at IT RoadRead More

Manipur Police celebrates its raising day

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, October 19, 2018: Manipur chief minister N. Biren Singh said that Police need support and co-operation of the people to render their selfless service in the society on the occasion of the 127th Manipur Police Raising Day held at the parade ground of 1st Manipur Rifles Battalion today. Biren said the government is receiving positive feedbacks from various sections of the society about the people friendly attitude of the Manipur Police in the last one and half years. With the friendly approach and co-operation of the public, Police are easilyRead More

Bomb exploded in Kangpokpi

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, October 19, 2018: A powerful bomb exploded at around 1 am today near Kangpokpi Post Office at Kangpokpi Bazaar under the jurisdiction of Kangpokpi Police station in Kangpokpi district. In the bomb explosion a car belong to Kangpokpi ADC Haokholal Hanging daughter identified as Phalpichong Hanging was damaged. Apart from the car damage, nearby buildings and shops were also damaged, however no human casualty was reported in the explosion. Police had begun an investigation in connection with the blast. The blast occurred ahead of the chiefRead More

Drive against adulterated food

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, October 19, 2018: As a part of routine drive the food safety department on Thursday conducted its drive against marketing of adulterated food in Imphal city market. A team of the department visited shops and restaurants to check quality of food and maintenance of regulations. Food safety officer, Imphal West S. Purnali said it is a routine drive taken up to check the quality of the food items as consuming unhygienic is a serious concern to health. We take up two to three times a week. TheRead More

15 political parties resolve to support integrity rally

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, October 19, 2018: ‘All Political Party Meet in relation with October Mass Rally 2018’ resolved to give all possible support and to take part in the mass rally for protection of Manipur’s integrity from possible disintegration by the result of the Naga Framework agreement. Fifteen political parties on Thursday took the resolution to fully support the mass rally that is scheduled by the United Committee Manipur to carry out on October 31. In a meeting held at Manipur Press Club, the organising committee of October Mass Rally ManipurRead More

3 jail staffs suspended

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, October 19, 2018: Three staffs of Sajiwa Central Jail including the head warden have been suspended allegedly for hand-cuffing a Manipur University teacher while taking him for medical check-up at JNIMS hospital on September 11. They were suspended following an order issued by ADGP, Jail P. Doungel. The suspension came two days after the Manipur Human Rights Commission lodged a suo moto case against the jail authorities and Manipur police. Professor S. Dorendrajit of Manipur University Physics department was one of the six teachers who were inRead More

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