Friday, December 28th, 2018

 

Biren presents projects

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, December 28, 2018: Manipur chief minister N. Biren Singh today inaugurated a number of projects and laid the foundation stone for various other projects at Lilong in Thoubal district. The chief minister laid the foundation stone for Meitei Pangal Ima market-shed, which is to be constructed at an estimated cost of 433.90 lakh apart from inaugurating Primary Health Centre at Lilong Bazaar. Later at Lilong Haoreibi College ground, he opened skill development training for ITI, Lilong and inaugurated a 100-bedded hostel each for boys and girls and laidRead More


‘Congress will regain power’

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, December 28: Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee has claimed that Congress will retain power at the Centre as well as in Manipur after 2019 Lok Sabha election. The claim was made by Congress leaders 133rd foundation day celebration of Indian National Congress at Congress Bhawan today. Former Manipur chief minister and Congress legislature leader Okram Ibobi Singh said people all over India have realised that BJP deceives people through false promises. This has led to the defeat of BJP in five states in recent Assembly elections, heRead More


Former Speaker says BJP government treats opposition MLAs as enemies

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, December 28, 2018: Former Manipur Speaker and Congress MLA Th. Lokeshwar Singh alleged BJP-led N. Biren Singh government of treating the opposition MLAs as enemies. Present government needs to give cooperation to the works carried out by the opposition MLAs from the government funding. However they have been treated as enemies, which is very unfortunate, Lokeshwar said. The MLA was speaking to media persons on the sideline of the inauguration ceremony of Sinam Multipurpose Community Hall and Sinam Youth Development Club, Sinam at Khundrakpam constructed underRead More


Large Teikot villagers respond medical camp

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, December 28, 2018: A total of 498 villagers—145 males, 203 females and 150 children attended a medical camp organized by the Khuga Battalion at village New Teikot today. New Teikot village is a small village in the remotest corner of Manipur. By virtue of remoteness and inaccessible roads, the villagers are devoid of basic amenities especially medical care. In order to provide basic investigative and preventive medical health care the medical camp was organized. The aim of medical camp was to administer basic medical checkup to theRead More


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