Sunday, December 23rd, 2018


Speaker plea for quality medicine

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, December 23, 2018: Manipur Speaker Yumnam Khemchand has urged to maintain a policy to make available quality medicines in the Manipur saying that as medicine comes in need from birth to death. Khemchand was speaking at the 2nd Medical Representatives Convention held at Indian Medical Association (IMA) Hall at Lamphel, Imphal today. It was organised by Centre of Medical and Sales Representatives’ Union (CRU), Imphal. The Speaker maintained that the initiative taken up by various states for a fix salary for the medical representatives starting from theRead More

Workshop on Swachh mission held

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, December 23, 2018: A one-day orientation workshop on Swachh Bharat Mission was today organised by Regional Outreach Bureau (ROB), Imphal of ministry of information and broadcasting at its auditorium, Imphal. The workshop was organized to sensitize government officials and field functionaries of the ROB, Imphal. The workshop aims to update knowledge, sensitize and equip the theme of Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban) awareness campaign. The intensive Special Outreach Program will begin from tomorrow at five different locations. Speaking as resource person, Nepram Gitkumar, retired director of Municipal Administration,Read More

Ministers strive to solve monsoon hazards

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, December 23, 2018: Water resources minister Letpao Haokip with education minister Th. Radheshyam and water resource department officials today inspected various places along the stretch of Heirok river in Thoubal district, which is a tributary of the Manipur River and falls into the Loktak lake. The inspection came up after chief minister N.Biren Singh inspected the ongoing construction of canals at Phoubakchao Imphal Wes, yesterday. He inspected the dredging and fresh digging of Hayel Thongrambi canal near Uchiwa and Mangkhong and Lamboikhong canals at Phoubakchao, where he saidRead More

The boundaries of Manipur – Naoroibam Indramani

Manipur is a small state situated at the north easternmost border of the Indian Union and it is surrounded by the lofty mountains on all four sides. The present geographical area of Manipur is bordering Myanmar in the east and south, Nagaland in the north and Assam and Mizoram in the west. The present state of Manipur lies in longitude 94°47′ to 93°2′, East of Greenwhich and Latitude 23°50′ North covering a total area of 22,327 more or less remained fixed since the controversial transfer of Kabaw valley toRead More

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