Saturday, January 19th, 2019

 

R.K. Sanatombi Devi Vidyalaya celebrates Silver Jubilee

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, January 19, 2019: Silver Jubilee of R.K. Sanatombi Devi Vidyalaya was today celebrated at the school campus at Haotal, Pangei in Imphal East. An art and craft exhibition was opened at the school campus; teachers and contributors who have been associating with the Vidyalaya were also honoured in the celebration. Deputy chief minister Y. Joykumar  Singh said development of a society depends on development of human resource. Among the resources which are the parameters of development, human resource is one of the most important one. Imparting quality education toRead More


Protests line up in Imphal city heart

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, January 19, 2019: Demanding withdrawal of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill passed in the Lok Sabha and opposing the bill from passing it in the Rajya Sabha groups today staged sit-in rally at different junctions of Uripok. Uripok Laikhurembi Women’s Development Organisation secretary S. Premabati Devi said, “We are taking up this sit-in rally demanding withdrawal of the citizenship bill that was passed in the Lok Sabha. We oppose the bill to be implemented in the North East India. The President should give assent to the Manipur PeopleRead More


Large quantity WY, heroine and brown sugar seized

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, January 19, 2019: Tengnoupal Battalion of 26 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (South)recovered a huge cache of drugs containing 12000 numbers of World is Yours (WIY) tablets, 96 gram of Heroin and 1.644 kg of brown sugar from Permanent Vehicle Check Post Khudengthabi yesterday. The recovery came in continuation of back to back recoveries of contraband drugs and day after the recovery of weapons of foreign origin by the Tengnoupal Battalion. A statement released today by the Assam Rifles said acting on specificRead More


Gaan Ngai festival begins with message of love

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, January 19, 2019: Gaan-Ngai, the biggest festival of the Zeliangrong community has begun today across Manipur with the state level celebration launched amid cultural performances by youths at Chingmeirong Kabui village in Imphal East. The festival which is celebrated for five days began with lighting up the celebration torch from the conventionally produced sacred fire called Mai Lampai. Ho-hoing (an invocation to God) and offering of Holy Wine Joupaan Keimei to God and deities, traditional dance and music are inseparable parts of the festival. The post harvestRead More


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