Urban flood and effective management strategies – Part 2

Bhavananda Mayengbam (Contd from yesterday) Further, campaigns, publicity, inclusion in educational syllabus etc. to encourage the motorist to comply are information/ persuasion instruments. Further, a combination of various instruments can be also used to achieve the mission. Numerous polices are framed to address social, economic and environmental issues. Nevertheless, many of them have failed to […]

Belated Call: Equality in place of majoritarianism

Better late than never. We can only take solace from the fact it is, in most cases, better late than never. Of course, we are referring to Chief Minister Nongthombam Biren’s thought provoking call to give up Meitei-centric mentality. Biren himself is a Meitei and he was calling upon fellow Meiteis to give up Meitei-centric […]

Stage set for Shirui Festival

UKHRUL, May 15: The much awaited Shirui Festival— named after the State Flower of Manipur, is all set for a colourful start from tomorrow with all fervour even as some visitors have already arrived here for the gala event. Chief Minister N Biren Singh, along with his Council of Ministers, will inaugurate the festival at […]

CM attends to over 350 complaints on the first Meeyamgi Numit Meaningful development impossible as long as there is Govt-public disconnect: Biren

Imphal, May 15: Hundreds of people turned up to take their grievances to the notice of Chief Minister N Biren on the first Meeyamgi Numit (People’s Day) held at the Chief Minister’s Secretariat today. The Chief Minister categorically stated that no meaningful development can be achieved as long as there is a disconnect between the […]

NIA quizzes former JNIMS Director, scribe

IMPHAL, May 15: In connection with the different cases taken up against KCP (Poirei Meitei) by National Investigation Agency for extortion, bomb attack, kidnapping for ransom and others, the investigation agency interrogated a former Director of JNIMS and a reporter of an evening newspaper (Kangleipakki Meira) today. According to reports, a team of the investigation […]

Next tripartite talk on May 19

SENAPATI, MAY 15: The next round of tripartite talk involving the United Naga Council (UNC), the State Government of Manipur and the Central Government will be held on May 19 at Senapati town on the issue of creation of new districts. Sources said that the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) had communicated the UNC today […]

Smile Train completes over 11,000 cleft surgeries in NE

IMPHAL, May 15:Smile Train India, country’s largest cleft charity, has successfully completed over 11,000 free cleft lip and palate reconstructive surgeries across the North East States through a network of 7 partner hospitals (Institute of Women and Child Health in Guwahati, Srishti Hospital iin Dibrugarh, Mediland Hospital in Silchar, NIBA Hospital in Naharlagun, Greenwood Hospital […]

TMNL, TNBC welcome

In connection with the celebration of Shirui Lily festival, Tangkhul Mayar Ngala Long TMNL Youth Council has welcomed one and all to the festival and informed all to strictly follow the rules and regulations including smoking in public places Sour…

AMBA clarifies

The All Manipur Bar Association has clarified that none of the lawyers practising in Manipur under AMBA had been contacted by the family of Irom Roger nor Supreme Court lawyer Utsav Singh Bains Source The Sangai Express

Nurses’ Week

International Nurses’ Week under the theme ‘Nurses A Voice to Lead Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals’ was organised by College of Nursing, RIMS at its premises today Source The Sangai Express

JAC organises public meeting

JAC Against the Brutal Murder of R Lunglailu organised a public meeting at Chingmeirong Kabui Khun today to discuss about the ongoing case and the last rites of the deceased Source The Sangai Express

AMSU expands

All Manipur Students’ Union AMSU has opened its new branch at Chingmeirong during a meeting held at AMSU, HQs office today Source The Sangai Express