No one passed in 73 Manipur govt schools – Times of India


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No one passed in 73 Manipur govt schools
Times of India
IMPHAL: In sharp contrast to tall claims of ministers and senior education officials, 73 of the 323 government schools of Manipur recorded zero pass percentage in this year’s High School Leaving Certificate (Class X) examination. Declared last week
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World No Tobacco Day – Tobacco and its hazards

Every year, 31st May is observed as the World ‘No Tobacco Day’. Tobacco consumption, particularly smoking is the leading preventable causes of Diseases, Disability and premature Death. In spite of all the facts and the data available and increased taxes imposed on cigarette, people continue smoking and the habit is increasing. Tobacco is the dried […]

‘Free students’ protest continues

IMPHAL, May 31: Demanding unconditional release of arrested students in connection with the pro-ILPS agitation, students today staged demonstration along Tiddim road by blocking vehicular movement this evening at Kwakeithel. 17 students from different schools in Imphal staged the protest with support from local womenfolk of Kwakeithel area. They blocked traffic movements at Kwakeithel. Even […]

Stage set for June 2 IMC polls

IMPHAL, May 31: Together with the closure of the electioneering period at 4 pm today, due preparations have been completed for the election to Imphal Municipal Corporation (IMC) scheduled on June 2. State Election Commission Secretary Radharani Mutum said that polling will begin at 8 am and continue till 4 pm. She said that adequate security arrangements […]

Meira rallies held all over

IMPHAL, May 31: As announced by the Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit System, torch rallies were taken out at different places across the Manipur valley. Large groups of womenfolk took out torch rallies from Kongba, Wangkhei and Nongmeibung, before they merged together at Konung Mamang traffic island. There they were blocked by police from proceeding […]

Women Wing bans non-local hawkers, labourers

IMPHAL, May 31: The JCILPS Women Wing has banned non-local people from hawking things on streets and working as labourers. The Women Wing has also banned renting out rooms/houses to non-local people. Speaking to media persons at the JCILPS office at Road Konjeng Hazari Leikai today, JCILPS Women Wing convenor Thongam (O) Apabi made an announcement to […]

Protest demands release of KSA volunteers

Volunteers of Kangleipak Students’ Association KSA and AMSU along with students of Progressive English School, Lamding and womenfolk today staged sit in protests at Wangjing Lamding Keithel and Thoubal bazar demanding re lease of the five members o…

Committee warns

Sapam Robinhood Remembrance Committee has asserted that the State Government must be held responsible for any eventuality if the five arrested executives of KSA are not released within 24 hours Source The Sangai Express

NCA dissatisfied

Naga Chief Association, Chandel has ex pressed dissatisfaction with the clarifications made by Ng Joychandra Monsang on the de duction and price hike of rice meant for 41 AC ST under NFSA Source The Sangai Express

Body appreciates

The Medical Helpline for ILP Movement has expressed profound gratitude to all those who had lend a helping hand to those injured during the ongoing agitation launched by JCILPS Source The Sangai Express

DSO sets record straight

Ration cards under National Food Security Act NFSA for Thangmeiband A C distributed by TAKDO and different clubs of Thangmeiband has been undertaken under the initiative of local MLA Kh Joykisan Singh, Ksh Biren, CAF PD Minister and officials of CA…

BJP hits back at Congress

BJP Manipur Pradesh has asserted that the Congress party has been making all efforts to cover up their lapses and wrongdoings by projecting the BJP Government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the wrong light Source The Sangai Express

JNIMS rallies

JNIMS staff led by their Director Dr L Deven took out a rally urging the public to make the institute campus a disturbance free zone at JNIMS complex today Source The Sangai Express

Khaidem Mani questions Govt

The alleged stoic silence maintained by the seemingly hapless State Govt to the current unrest in the State seems a deliberate move to bring in President’s Rule in the State, said senior advocate Khaidem Mani Source The Sangai Express

SSC appeals

Regional Director, NER, Staff Selection Commission has appealed to all the public fora and bodies to halt their agitation activities from June 3 to 7 in the interest of candidates as around 3000 candidates from the State are going to appear in the com…

Sitinprotest staged

Kuki Chiefs’ Association KCA and Kuki Students’ Organisation KSO , Khengjoi block jointly staged a sit in protest at Hengshi village, Chandel on Monday in protest against the recent attack on security forces, our corre spondent reports Source…