Saturday, December 8th, 2018

 

Biren promises financial assistance to Orange growers

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, December 8, 2018: Manipur chief minister N. Biren Singh assured that all the orange growers of Tamenglong who approach to the government with plantation details will be provided financial assistance. Biren made the assurance on the launching day of the fifteenth edition of state level Orange Festival at Mini Stadium ,Tamenglong district headquarter, today. He said what had been promised have been delivering in time, whether it is road, women’s market, helicopter service, road transport service, doctor’s transit house, Tamenglong water supply scheme, FCI godown, SBI TameiRead More


Police rescue abducted drivers

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, December 8, 2018: Bishnupur Police has rescued two kidnapped JCB drivers engaged in road construction works. The two drivers were identified as Gaidonlung Gonmei, 27, son of Duanlin Golmei of Oinamlong village and Immanuel Topro, 45, son of  Ileestar Topro of Pesam Khuti village Jharkhand at present residing at Awangkhun. The two drivers were rescued during a cordoned and search operation on Saturday at 1: 30 pm by a Bishnupur police teams at S. Nabir, Bunglon, Loilamkot, Dolang and Khoirok area. They were abducted by unidentified armedRead More


No online; consumers jam offline

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, December 8, 2018: Today, we live in a world where we can do everything from the comfort of our homes. Internet has transformed our lives. But with the coming of smartphones with internet and digital payment gateways has makes our lives easier. Money transfer, online shopping, bill payments for mobile and electricity name anything that you cannot do with your smartphones. In such a time of ease and comfort, consumers in Manipur are facing hard time since the last few days in online recharge of prepaidRead More


Army recruits 87 CCpur youth

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, December 8, 2018:  Out of 206 candidates from Churachandpur district appeared for the Army recruitment rally 87 were selected. In a press statement issued by 6th Battalion Sikh Light Infantry, Khuga said that the youth were trained by the Battalion. The Battalion through its MITRA vehicle enrolled candidates from far flung areas through “Awareness and Registration Programme” and also established a Career Counselling Cell. Then the candidates had participated the recruitment training conducted by the Battalion, the statement further added. Last year 87 youth were alsoRead More


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