Thursday, November 15th, 2018

 

New Manipur State Commission for Women chairperson promise a strong commission

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, November 15, 2018: New chairperson of Manipur State Commission for Women, Dr. Meinam Binota, has assured to build up the commission one of the strongest commission in the state during her service time. Binota took charge as the 6th chairperson of the women commission on November 8. “No persons will be speared. Harsh punishment will be awarded to criminals. This is my commitment to the women of the state,” said the new chairperson while addressing the reporters at the commission chamber. She said there is need toRead More


30 acres of Poppy cultivation at Sikibong range destroyed

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, November 15, 2018:  In continuation of destruction of poppy cultivation in Manipur a combined team of NAB, 7 MR, Ukhrul district police, Phungyar police, Imphal East police, NCB, Litan police, Phungyar SDM, forest department led by superintendent of  police, NAB, Manipur destroyed 30 acres of poppy cultivation at  Sikibong hill range today. The poppy cultivation was found taken up at different location of the hill range. A total of 171 personnel took part in the destruction of the poppy plants. The destroyed plantation would yield aroundRead More


Dr. Kala Nature Cure and Yoga Health Centre provides free therapy during camp

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, November 15, 2018: Dr. Kala Nature Cure and Yoga Health Centre today launched a 2-day free nature cure and yoga health camp at its Konung Mamang clinic. The health camp aimed to spread awareness about the natural way of treatment of health problems without any side effects. Around 50 individuals turn up to check their health and they were provided free treatment with steam bath, massage therapy, acupuncture, cupping therapy, physiotherapy, diet counselling, etc. Yoga techniques were also taught to the patients to fight their healthRead More


CM Biren says no to general strikes and blockade in Sangai Festival season

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, November 15, 2018: Manipur chief minister N. Biren Singh has appealed all not to call bandh, general strike or blockades in any part of the stateduring and ahead of the 10-day Manipur Sangai Festival that would begin on November 21. Biren said it is time to show hospitality to visitors as host and we should avoid anything that would discourage the visitor in the upcoming tourism festival. Princess of Thailand, US Ambassador to India and two chief ministers from Myanmar and would grace the festival. About 140 stalls ofRead More


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