Cabinet okays 1671 posts

IMPHAL, Apr 30: The State Cabinet has resolved to recruit 1671 teachers and staff under SSA and RMSA. A Cabinet meeting held today agreed to appoint 489 Primary Teachers, 455 Upper Primary Teachers, 307 Graduate Teachers, 204 Office Assistants and 216 multi-tasking staff. Briefing media persons after the Cabinet meeting, Government spokesman and RD&PR Minister

World Malaria Day

The District Health Society under the NationalVector Borne Diseases Control Programme NVBDCP observed the World Malaria Day2016 on the theme End Malaria for Good atIndoor Stadium, Japhou bazaar today, reportsour correspondent Source The Sangai Ex…

ZYO, UZO appeal

The Imphal block of United ZouOrganisation UZO and ZouYouth Organisation ZYO have appealed to the indivi du als groups concerned tounconditionally releaseThangsianbiak alias Biabiakwho was abducted by unknown miscreants on April 26 …

JAC urges

The JAC constituted at Lilong Haoreibi Awang Leikai in connection with the death of Sagolsem Prasanta has sought cooperation from different civil society organisations and reli gious leaders to put in collective efforts to ascertain the cir cumstances…

CME on ‘Common Neonatal Problems’ held

Continuing Medical Education CME on ‘Common Neonatal Problems A Revisit’ was held today at Mother’s Care Children Hospital and Research Centre MCCHRC , Sagolband Moirang Leirak Imphal organized by National Neonatology Forum NNF , Manipur State Bran…

Mother clarifies

Appealing for the release of her husband and daughter, who have been in police custody in connection with the death of B Pitaranjan Sharma alias Korabin of Old Checkon, N Lucy, mother of N Runmila of Kangkum village has made certain clarifications rega…

Students leave sports academy

Altogether 245 students of the National Sports Academy NSA , Khuman Lampak including 85 girls have reportedly left their hostel yesterday to protest alleged mismanagement and deman ding its proper functioning Source The Sangai Express

Tamenglong limps back

After being cut off from the rest of the State for several days due to landslides at different places, connectivity between Tameng long district headquarters and the rest of the State has been partially restored Source The Sangai Express

KNLF responds to UKLF statement

The KNLF has today issued a rejoinder to the reported press statement issued by UKLF on April 25 and claimed that the KNLF KNO accepted that the Kukis are one of the group of the recognised tribal in India and believed in the Kuki movement for politica…