Manipur Brings about Development by chasing the dwellers homeless – E-Pao.net

E-Pao.netManipur Brings about Development by chasing the dwellers homelessE-Pao.netHats off to the Manipur Government for in this last decade we are seeing many development works coming up in the heart of the city Imphal. Many new buildings came up, th…


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Manipur Brings about Development by chasing the dwellers homeless
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Hats off to the Manipur Government for in this last decade we are seeing many development works coming up in the heart of the city Imphal. Many new buildings came up, the roads being dug refilled and again being dug and refilled all in the name of 

Wait for Lakme Fashion Week to catch Manipuri and Maharashtrian fusion – Daily Bhaskar

Wait for Lakme Fashion Week to catch Manipuri and Maharashtrian fusionDaily BhaskarThis time we have partnered with Manipur Handlooms for an exclusive show where designer Krishna Mehta will translate the exotic and intricate rich weaves of Imphal into …

Wait for Lakme Fashion Week to catch Manipuri and Maharashtrian fusion
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Vaccination must For Asians visiting endemic areas

  Dr. H. R. Keshavamurthy,Director (M&C), Press Information Bureau, Kolkata Yellow fever, also known as Yellow Jack is an acute viral hemorrhagic disease caused by a RNA virus, the first human virus discovered. The yellow fever virus is transmitted by the bite of female mosquitoes (Aedes aegypti, and other species) and is found in tropical […]

 

Dr. H. R. Keshavamurthy,Director (M&C), Press Information Bureau, Kolkata
Yellow fever, also known as Yellow Jack is an acute viral hemorrhagic disease caused by a RNA virus, the first human virus discovered. The yellow fever virus is transmitted by the bite of female mosquitoes (Aedes aegypti, and other species) and is found in tropical and subtropical areas in South America and Africa. Even though the main vector Aedes aegypti also occurs in Asia, in the Pacific, and in the Middle East, yellow fever does not occur in these areas; the reason for this is unknown.
Yellow fever presents in most cases with fever, chills, anorexia, nausea, muscle pain (with prominent backache) and headache, which generally subsides after several days. In some patients, a toxic phase follows, in which liver damage with jaundice (inspiring the name of the disease), can occur. Bleeding in the mouth, the eyes, and the gastrointestinal tract will cause blood vomiting, hence the Spanish name for yellow fever, vomito negro (black vomit).The toxic phase is fatal in approximately 20% of cases. Because of the increased bleeding tendency yellow fever belongs to the group of hemorrhagic fevers. Surviving the infection provides lifelong immunity and normally there is no permanent organ damage. The World Health Organization estimates that yellow fever causes 200,000 illnesses and 30,000 deaths every year in unvaccinated populations with nearly 90% of the infections in Africa.
Yellow fever is a clinical diagnosis, which often relies on the whereabouts of the diseased person during the incubation time. Mild courses of the disease can only be confirmed virologically. Since mild courses of yellow fever can also contribute significantly to regional outbreaks, every suspected case of yellow fever (involving symptoms of fever, pain, nausea and vomiting six to ten days after leaving the affected area) has to be treated seriously.
A safe and effective vaccine against yellow fever has existed since the middle of the 20th century, and some countries require vaccinations for travelers. Since no treatment is known, vaccination programs are of great importance in affected areas, along with measures to prevent bites and reduce the population of the transmitting mosquito. Since the 1980s, the number of cases of yellow fever has been increasing, making it a re-emerging disease. This is likely due to warfare and social disruption in several African nations.
Prevention
Personal prevention of yellow fever includes vaccination as well as avoidance of mosquito bites in areas where yellow fever is endemic. Institutional measures for prevention of yellow fever include vaccination programmes and measures of controlling mosquitoes. Programmes for distribution of mosquito nets for use in homes are providing reductions in cases of both malaria and yellow fever.
Vaccination
For journeys into affected areas, vaccination is highly recommended, since mostly non-native people suffer severe cases of yellow fever. The protective effect is established 10 days after vaccination in 95 percent of the vaccinated people and lasts for at least 10 years (81% of patients retained immunity even 30 years later). The WHO recommends routine vaccinations for people living in endemic areas between the 9th and 12th month after birth. In 2013, the World Health Organization concluded, “a single dose of vaccination is sufficient to confer life-long immunity against yellow fever disease.
Compulsory Vaccination
Some countries in Asia are theoretically in danger of yellow fever epidemics (mosquitoes with the capability to transmit yellow fever and susceptible monkeys are present), although the disease does not yet occur there. To prevent introduction of the virus, some countries demand previous vaccination of foreign visitors if they have passed through yellow fever areas. Vaccination has to be proven in a vaccination certificate which is valid 10 days after the vaccination and lasts for 10 years. A list of the countries that require yellow fever vaccination is published by the WHO. If the vaccination cannot be conducted for some reasons, dispensation may be possible. In this case, an exemption certificate issued by a WHO approved vaccination center is required.
Besides vaccination, control of the yellow fever mosquito Aedes aegypti is of major importance, especially because the same mosquito can also transmit dengue fever and chikungunya disease. Aedes aegypti breeds preferentially in water, for example in installations by inhabitants of areas with precarious drinking water supply, or in domestic waste; especially tires, cans and plastic bottles. Especially in proximity to urban centres of developing countries, these conditions are very common and make a perfect habitat for Aedes aegypti.
Treatment
For yellow fever there is no causative cure. Hospitalization is advisable and intensive care may be necessary because of rapid deterioration in some cases. A symptomatic treatment includes rehydration and pain relief with drugs like paracetamol. Aspirin should not be given because of its anticoagulant effect, which can be devastating in the case of inner bleeding that can occur with yellow fever.
In high-risk areas where vaccination coverage is low, prompt recognition and control of outbreaks through immunization is critical to prevent epidemics. The disease may be difficult to distinguish from other illnesses, especially in the early stages. To confirm any suspicions from the case history, information on the patient’s journeys abroad and serology will confirm the diagnosis.
(PIB Features.)
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Ice cream factories closed down

IMPHAL, July 31 NNN: The Student Wing of Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit System (JCILPS) today forced to close down two ice cream factories in the Imphal which did not have proper license to run them. A drive against illegal ice cream factories were carried out by a dozen of volunteers of JCILPS Student […]

IMPHAL, July 31 NNN: The Student Wing of Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit System (JCILPS) today forced to close down two ice cream factories in the Imphal which did not have proper license to run them.
A drive against illegal ice cream factories were carried out by a dozen of volunteers of JCILPS Student Wing in the city
during which the two ice cream manufacturers at Nagaram and MM Hotel were found running illegally, M Angamaba, convenor, Student Wing, JCILPS told newspersons on the sidelines of the drive.
“We have forced them to shut down,” he said.
Both the factories respectively owned by one Joylal Prasad from Bihar another person named Kayamuddin of Yairipok Bishnunaha Leikai in Thoubal district did not possess license to run them, he said.
Angamba said the team raided three ice cream factories during the drive including Imoinu Ice Cream near Palace Compound, apart from the two.
The first two factories were found making ice creams in unhygienic manner using dirty water which was present with swarm of mosquitoes and worms, he said.

Loss of Manipur’s land to Myanmar

Imphal Jul 31 UNA : The alleged loss of Manipur’s land because of the ongoing border fencing at the Indo-Myanmar border in Manipur sector has not only drawn the attention of various civil organizations but also political parties. A day after Manipur People’s Party (MPP) petitioned Prime Minister of India over the matter, opposition Manipur […]

Imphal Jul 31 UNA : The alleged loss of Manipur’s land because of the ongoing border fencing at the Indo-Myanmar border in Manipur sector has not only drawn the attention of various civil organizations but also political parties.
A day after Manipur People’s Party (MPP) petitioned Prime Minister of India over the matter, opposition Manipur unit of Trinamool Congress Wednesday came down heavily Manipur chief minister O Ibobi Singh alleging that his government could not protect the territorial boundary of the state.
Based on the spot visit to some interior villages located near the international border with Myanmar, media in Imphal reported that Manipur is going to a large portion of the land because of the ongoing fencing at the Indo-Myanmar border being undertaken by the Centre.
The report presumed the land to be lost at around 500 sq km which is approximately the size of Bishnupur district, one of the nine districts of the state.
The media report was even discussed by a meeting of the cabinet convened under the chair of the chief minister O Ibobi Singh.
The discussion at the cabinet meeting only after the media reported the matter, was a sign of Manipur government having no prior knowledge of the ongoing fencing work at the border, the Manipur unit of Trinamool Congress alleged today.
Addressing to media to its office here, state unit President of the party, Kim Gangte questioned on chief minister O Ibobi’s alleged silent over border fencing which would lose a huge portion of Manipuri territory over the diktat of the central government.
He (Ibobi) is hell bent on not to lose even a single inch of the land in greater Nagaland issue,” she asked while alleging that taking up the matter in the cabinet meeting showed that the state government has no prior knowledge of what was going at the border of the state.
She alleged that the ongoing fencing work has affected to 14 villages of the state near the border and the Centre has taken up the work bypassing the state government. This showed that Centre is doing whatever they like against the interest of the state.
“It’s a shameful” and tantamount to intervene into the affairs of the state, Kim said, asking the importance of erecting concrete pillars and wires fencing along the borders if hurt the sentiment of the people.
Her party will take the matter to its Central leaderships as well to the notice of the central government, alleging that the border fencing work was taken up without studying international boundary map.
Noting the matter of losing the land and alleging at Manipur had already lost Kabow valley to the country (Myanmar), the MPP has also brought up the matter to the notice of the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, in a memorandum submitted on Tuesday.
The memorandum demanded Prime Minister’s immediate intervene into the matter. Quoting media report the MPP memorandum mentioned that around 10 kilometers of land on the Indian side has been lost in the border fencing.
A 12-member team of the political party led by its general secretary M Singhajit has also left Imphal for Moreh today morning to take on spot account of the report. The team will look at the area where border fencing is going on, a party source said.
The Union Home Ministry has taken up the fencing work along the international borderline in Manipur sector with the objective of checking cross border illegal armed and drug trafficking in the region. Another purposed for the fencing was to curtail cross border movement of insurgents.
The first phase of fencing to 10 kms stretch of the border fencing from border no. 79 to 81 was near completion. But this would destroy the habitation of about 14 villages in Chandel district. Some of the villages would completely go to Myanmar while others would be dissected by the fencing.
Under the aegis of Information Centre for Hill areas Manipur (ICHAM), a team comprising members of Rural People’s Development Federation (RPDF), Kuki Students’ organization (Moreh block), Eastern Maring Association; Hill Tribal Council Moreh and Kuki Chiefs’ Association (Moreh block) had paid a visited to villages affected by the fencing work on July 26.

Manipur facing artificial petroleum scarcity : TDC

Imphal Jul 31 UNA : While almost all the oil pumps remained closed saying stock nil, petrol and diesel were still available in plenty in the grey markets at a price double the actual rate. Since the massive landslide along the Imphal-Dimapur section of national highway in Nagaland on the night of July 12 and […]

Imphal Jul 31 UNA : While almost all the oil pumps remained closed saying stock nil, petrol and diesel were still available in plenty in the grey markets at a price double the actual rate.
Since the massive landslide along the Imphal-Dimapur section of national highway in Nagaland on the night of July 12 and 13, Manipur has been facing petroleum products scarcity.
Oil pumps were remaining close in most of the time citing “stock nil.”
But vehicle fuels (petrol and diesel) were still available in the grey market which was openly appeared near the oil pumps.
Even though the actual rate of petrol per litre was a little more than Rs 69 in Imphal, the same is currently selling above Rs 120 in the grey market. Similarly, diesel is also available at double the actual price.
No action was seen taken up against the grey marketers by the police even though they openly sold on the road sides, particularly near the oil pumps.
Asserting that the petroleum products scarcity being faced by the people of the state was an artificial one, the Transporters and Drivers Council today alleged that Manipur government lacked taking initiative to coup with the woes facing by the people.
TDC president, Ranjit said that artificial scarcity of petroleum products is witnessed in Manipur was due to the lack of sending more oil tankers by IOC in Manipur.
He said that IOC, Imphal branch has over 500 oil tankers to procure petroleum products. Security escort given to oil tankers for once only in a month was responsible for scarcity and could not lift in large numbers.
He further said that due to the land slide at Phesema in Nagaland stranded oil tankers at Khatkati were brought till Jiribam and could reached at Imphal on July 23 last. Those trucks included petrol and LPG which are 103 in number. Only about one hundred oil tankers are used for transporting once in a month and were responsible for scarcity by the general public.
He asked where the remaining tankers had gone

adding that if 250-300
oil tankers were used for transporting there would be no question of scarcity of petroleum products in the state.
He alleged that IOC was trying to save around Rs 3000-4000 per turn.
Transporters for NH-37 should be appointed by calling tender from transporters. IOC was simply misguiding the state government and TDC could never accept it at any cost, he added.
NNN adds leaders of Manipur unit of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) today met IOC Depot Manager,
Imphal and discussed the current problem of shortage of fuel in the state.
Briefing the media at the state BJP office after the meeting with the IOC Manager SI Singh, Northeast in-charge of BJYM P Somorjit informed that nine days of petrol and diesel stock was left with the IOC as of Wednesday.
He said as of Wednesday, 628 kl of petrol and 2578 kl of diesel were in stocked at the IOC Depot, Chingmeirong.
H Bijen, general secretary, BJYM, Manipur, L Basanta, media in-charge, Manipur unit of BJP and several volunteers of BJYM were among the team which met the IOC Manager.
Somorjit called the current shortage of fuel in the state as ‘artificial fuel scarcity.’
He said that factors like owning of 30 percent of the oil pumps by private companies such as NRL, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd and Tssar in the state are mainly responsible for unchecked fuel black market in the state.
The state BJYM leader also expressed his suggestion that the state Government should work out a plan for construction of oil pipelines from Assam to Manipur for easy shipping of oil into the state.
He also urged the Government for early completion of the oil depot now under construction at Malom here that has the capacity to stock up to 5, 5, 500 kl of oil.

Police press relationship

There was a discussion on press and media relationship which was organised by AMWJU in collaboration with Manipur police. Press and electronic media are complex team work. Editor and his subordinate staff role is known to all they are like men working in butcher houses. Their role is to cut and cut to make a […]

There was a discussion on press and media relationship which was organised by AMWJU in collaboration with Manipur police. Press and electronic media are complex team work. Editor and his subordinate staff role is known to all they are like men working in butcher houses. Their role is to cut and cut to make a report perfect, concise and precise. There is no room for redundancies in a newspaper story. Even the best and the most beautiful word written in a sentence cannot be repeated in the subsequent sentences. Unfortunately those giving information in the form of press releases or through verbal communications expect all that had been written or uttered to come out in the next publication or broadcast. Our reply is straight, that cannot be done. That marks the beginning of the distrust between the media and all those concerned. Law enforcing agencies have a big role to play in safeguarding a state and also in making a better society for all to live peacefully. But there are certain areas in which both police and media men work together. Investigative reporters work in the area reserved for law enforcing agencies. What do reporters do in such areas? Extremely wise reporters make friends with the agents they have chosen carefully. Police have investigative tools and contact. Reporters lack those facilities. Wise reporters attempt to win the trust of the agents. Police investigators want to corner wrong doers and they can do that with the enormous power they enjoy. Investigative reporters can reap the benefit by putting the information available in their report. Police like other organisations also want their organisation’s name to appear in the newspaper or electronic media. So they want reliable men for giving the information. Our thinking however is very simple as long as police attempts to carry out their duties judiciously, sincerely and honestly showing respect to the common masses the issue whether there is a good relationship or the worst relationship between police and media is immaterial. Police have a gun. Reporters too have pen. Realise the power and responsibility within you, a change will be seen. Shakespeare said “A soft answer turns away wrath, but the harsh word stirs up anger.”

KIM urges PM to solve Naga problem

IMPHAL, July 31 : Kuki Inpi, Manipur (KIM), the apex traditional institution of the Kukis in Manipur has urged the Prime Minister of India today to deliver justice to the 900 Kukis killed by the NSCN-IM in the 1990s before any possible agreement is made with the Naga outfit. In a lengthy memorandum to the […]

IMPHAL, July 31 : Kuki Inpi, Manipur (KIM), the apex traditional institution of the Kukis in Manipur has urged the Prime Minister of India today to deliver justice to the 900 Kukis killed by the NSCN-IM in the 1990s before any possible agreement is made with the Naga outfit.
In a lengthy memorandum to the Prime Minister, the KIM said over 60 memoranda had been submitted to the past four Prime Ministers of India including PV Narasimha Rao, H. Deva Gowda, I.K Gujral and Atal Behari Vaypayee and now to the present Prime Minister to amicably settle in a proper court of law in order to have peace and justice and to bring about law and order.
If that is so, “the last rite of those 900 innocent people murdered could be performed, according to the Kukis’ traditional practice of the burial rite, and over the two decades mourning come to a close. Without settlement, the age old Kuki customary law of burial rite cannot be performed and therefore, the government of India is repeatedly requested to settle the matter of Kukis killed before any agreement made with the culprits”, the Kuki Inpi, Manipur said.
“Many memoranda submitted to the above mentioned Prime Ministers to perform the last burial rites for 900 people butchered have not been replied, except your assuring letter dated 15-12-2011 and that of the Honourable Union Minister (Home)’s letter of the 21st March, 2013, which gave us hope for the settlement of the matter regarding the 900 Kukis butchered, 360 villages uprooted, and one lakh people made refugees in their own land by the NSCN-IM, before any possible agreement made with the NSCN-IM,” the KIM memorandum stated.
It then said that very surprisingly, an Imphal daily The Sangai Express had reported on July 26, 2013 which said, “A highly placed source informed The Sangai Express that the state government was put under strong pressure by the Ministry of Home Affairs to give positive feedbacks and response on certain matters related to the government of India’s quest for a solution to vexed Naga issue”.
“If the above quoted statement is true which vividly signifies that you have not only ignored over 60 memoranda submitted to you and to the past Prime Ministers, Union Ministers (Home) and even to His Excellency, the President of India, but you have also ignored your own promise ‘For action as appropriate’. These two letters are enclosed here with few memoranda already been submitted and an “Open letter to Mr Th Muivah for peace” written on June 5, 2010 for your easy reference. Please note that Kukis are the people who stood firmly for all indigenous people of the present so called north east India gainst the British might, and saved the whole land by sacrificing thousands of lives and many leaders imprisoned in several prisons in India and abroad. The war remains unsettled till date. Kukis hate violence of any form but want peace restored by means of the law of the country,” the Kuki body pointed out.
“Therefore, we appeal urgently that the government of India should respect those 900 innocent Kukis killed by NSCN-IM not sparing children, women, aged, invalids and many village chiefs and settle their case before any possible agreement made with NSCN-IM. Any settlement negates the rights of other cannot be accepted. A settlement for one particular community should not be the beginning of problem for other communities living with it. Any settlement should be in line with peaceful co-existence to all people living in the north east India from time immemorial.
Less the settlement possibly be made will become the epic centre of social disharmony, which may cause a civil war much worse than the present chaotic situation in the whole north east India. The rights of all indigenous people must be equally respected,” the Kuki Inpi urged to the Prime Minister signed by its president Thangsei Haokip.

Manipuri Diaspora delegates meet CM

IMPHAL, July 31 NNN : A delegation from Knowledge Exchange Networks (KENs), an organisation of Manipuri Diaspora, on Wednesday met Chief Minister of Manipur O Ibobi Singh and urged him to take steps to enhance the human value of the people of the state. The delegation included Mr World 2013 Ngangom Shantikumar and his wife […]

Mr.World Dr. Ngangbam Shantikumar ,  his wife Chen Nan Tai (both extreme left ) interacting with Chief Minister O Ibobi at CM’s Secretariat.

Mr.World Dr. Ngangbam Shantikumar , his wife Chen Nan Tai (both extreme left ) interacting with Chief Minister O Ibobi at CM’s Secretariat.

IMPHAL, July 31 NNN : A delegation from Knowledge Exchange Networks (KENs), an organisation of Manipuri Diaspora, on Wednesday met Chief Minister of Manipur O Ibobi Singh and urged him to take steps to enhance the human value of the people of the state.
The delegation included Mr World 2013 Ngangom Shantikumar and his wife Chen Nan Tai from Taiwan, and Prof N Bidhan from South Korea, and Dr L Jibon KS, Director in-charge, Manipur Institute of Management Studies at Manipur University.
The team told the Chief Minister that the human value in Manipur is much lower than other countries of the world and urged Ibobi to set up an emergency service in the state to provide quick response to any emergency situation.
Ibobi welcomed the suggestion while stating that such emergency service for the public will be successful in the state like other countries if initiative is taken by the Government with the cooperation of the public.
Later, the delegation handed a book ‘Emergency Service in Manipur’ to the Chief Minister during the meeting.

AR recoveres banned wild life products

MNS: Discovering the transportation of Wild Life Products, troops of 24 Assam Rifles of 26 Sector AR under the aegis of HQ IGAR (South) apprehended two individuals alongwith 2.050 Kgs of Pangolin shells, two Nokia Mobile phones, cash amount Rupees 94,500/- and one Silver coloured Maruti Alto (Registered No MN 01W6780) on NH 102 on […]

MNS: Discovering the transportation of Wild Life Products, troops of 24 Assam Rifles of 26 Sector AR under the aegis of HQ IGAR (South) apprehended two individuals alongwith 2.050 Kgs of Pangolin shells, two Nokia Mobile phones, cash amount Rupees 94,500/- and one Silver coloured Maruti Alto (Registered No MN 01W6780) on NH 102 on 30 Jul 2013. The apprehendees were identified as Hetingh Haokip W/o Hethang Haokip, of Sapormeina, PO- Motbung, PS- Gamnom Sapormeina Dist.- Senapati (Manipur) and Mr Khailet Haokip aged 21 years, S/o Mr Lunkholal Haokip, resident of vill- Sapormeina, PO- Motbung,PS- Gamnom Sapormeina Dist- Senapati . The apprehendees alongwith recovered items and vehicle were handed over to Office of the Divisional Forest Officer, Wild Life Department, Imphal (Manipur).

Kangleipal a fugitive says court

  IMPHAL, July 31 NNN: Chief Judicial Magistrate, Imphal East today heard an appeal filed by father of former president of the Manipur Forward Youth Front (MAFYF) Kangleipal strongly objecting the petition by Porompat Police Station in the court to declare Kangleipal as a fugitive. Sub-Divisional Police Officer of Porompat Police Station, RK Khomdon has […]

 

IMPHAL, July 31 NNN: Chief Judicial Magistrate, Imphal East today heard an appeal filed by father of former president of the Manipur Forward Youth Front (MAFYF) Kangleipal strongly objecting the petition by Porompat Police Station in the court to declare Kangleipal as a fugitive.
Sub-Divisional Police Officer of Porompat Police Station, RK Khomdon has pleaded with the court of CJM W Tonel to declare Kangleipal as a person who has taken flight. Objecting to the plea, Sapam Shyamsundar, the father of Kangleipal has filed a complaint in the court which heard it.
The SDPO has filed the petition based on an official report recorded by the Sub-Inspector who was in duty at Security Ward No 2 of Jawaharlal Nehru Hospital, Porompat. Kangleipal was reportedly escaped from the ward where he was detained under heavy security. He made a daring escape after breaking a grilled window of the security ward on the intervening night of December 28 and 29 midnights of 2008.
Shyamsundar stated that his son’s hands and legs were heavily chained when he was in the security ward and the police report that he has taken flight is baseless because it seems the police had freed him from the ward.
Against the circumstances of fact, the police are frequently threatening and harassing his family to appear before the court in connection with the disappearance of his son, Shayamsundar mentioned.
He also pleaded that an inquiry be conducted pertaining to the sudden disappearance of his son from the security ward before declaring his son as a fugitive.
Wednesday’s proceedings in the court on the appeal by Shyamsundar were not made available to the media.
Kangleipal was arrested by a police team led by Officer-in-charge of Imphal Police RK Khomdon from Manipur Press Club, Imphal on sedition charges on May 5, 2008. He was attending a function at the Press Club. He was charged under Section 124 (A) of Indian Penal Code, Section-IX of Punjab Security Act and Section-VIII (B) of Assam Maintenance of Public Order Act.

 

NFP threatens Govt to drag to court

The Naga Peoples Front, NPF , Manipur State unit has threatened to take the state government of Manipur to the Court if the honourium for Anganwadi workers are not given at the earliest Source Hueiyen News Service NNN

The Naga Peoples Front, NPF , Manipur State unit has threatened to take the state government of Manipur to the Court if the honourium for Anganwadi workers are not given at the earliest Source Hueiyen News Service NNN

State Govt should not go by the words of IOC TDC

The State Government cannot remain silent and go by the ‘deceiving words’ of IOC, instead it should try to find out the truth and take up immediate actions so that the problems of fuel scarcity being faced by the people are solved at the earliest, Tran…

The State Government cannot remain silent and go by the ‘deceiving words’ of IOC, instead it should try to find out the truth and take up immediate actions so that the problems of fuel scarcity being faced by the people are solved at the earliest, Transporters and Driver’s Council TDC has stated Source Hueiyen News Service

ProNEET students hold protest

Successful candidates of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test NEET , UG 2013 held a sit in protest at Keishampat here today demanding the authorities concerned to complete the counselling process for selection of Government nominees for MBBS BDS cou…

Successful candidates of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test NEET , UG 2013 held a sit in protest at Keishampat here today demanding the authorities concerned to complete the counselling process for selection of Government nominees for MBBS BDS courses Source Hueiyen News Service

Villagers protest NSCN IM tax collection

Workers engaged in sand and pebble quarrying works on the banks of Itok river protested collection of tax by the cadres of NSCN IM cadres Source The Sangai Express

Workers engaged in sand and pebble quarrying works on the banks of Itok river protested collection of tax by the cadres of NSCN IM cadres Source The Sangai Express

ZUF concerned, warns

Zeliangrong United Front ZUF has expressed concern over alleged inefficiencies and disorders prevailing in the Zeliangrong region covering Assam, Manipur and Nagaland, thereby, causing immense hardships to the general populace Source Hueiyen News …

Zeliangrong United Front ZUF has expressed concern over alleged inefficiencies and disorders prevailing in the Zeliangrong region covering Assam, Manipur and Nagaland, thereby, causing immense hardships to the general populace Source Hueiyen News Service

ADC Chairman gives Council Day message

Addressing the public of Churachandpur on the eve of 40th Council Day, Chairman of ADC Churachandpur Langkhanpau Guite today appealed on the people to implant a sense of purity to their life and wishes peace and harmony to the people of the district …

Addressing the public of Churachandpur on the eve of 40th Council Day, Chairman of ADC Churachandpur Langkhanpau Guite today appealed on the people to implant a sense of purity to their life and wishes peace and harmony to the people of the district Source The Sangai Express S Singlianmang Guite

BJYM team meets IOC Depot Manager

Leaders of Manipur unit of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha BJYM today met IOC Depot Manager, Imphal and discussed the current problem of shortage of fuel in the state Source Hueiyen News Service NNN

Leaders of Manipur unit of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha BJYM today met IOC Depot Manager, Imphal and discussed the current problem of shortage of fuel in the state Source Hueiyen News Service NNN

Father objects

The move of the police seeking to declare Sapam Kangleipal as proclaimed offender through a Court has been strongly objected by the father of Kangleipal today Source The Sangai Express

The move of the police seeking to declare Sapam Kangleipal as proclaimed offender through a Court has been strongly objected by the father of Kangleipal today Source The Sangai Express

Temporary market turns into a battle field

With the Imphal Municipal Council IMC arranging for more new street vendors to occupy seats in the temporary market, conflict erupted with the old and actual street vendors, thereby, turning the temporary market into a battlefield Source Hueiyen …

With the Imphal Municipal Council IMC arranging for more new street vendors to occupy seats in the temporary market, conflict erupted with the old and actual street vendors, thereby, turning the temporary market into a battlefield Source Hueiyen News Service