Traffic getting worse

As everywhere else in the country, the increase in the number of vehicles on Imphal roads has been phenomenal in the past one or two decades. This increase has been in direct proportion to the growth of the Indian economy and with it the quantum leaps government salaries have taken in the last two decadal […]

Manipur king’s monolith discovered in Kohima

Imphal,May 28 (EMN): Centuries old Manipur King Gambhir singh’s monolith was located in Nagaland’s state capital, according to founder of World War II Imphal campaign foundation and war researcher Rajeshwar Yumnam. “We found the monolith outside Kohima museum after searching for hours”. I have been searching for this for so many years after I read […]

Ban on cattle slaughter offends minorities: MPCC

IMPHAL | May 28: The Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) has termed Centre’s decision to ban the sale of cattle for slaughter as a show of contempt of the minority Muslim and tribal communities residing in the country. Addressing the media in this regards, Wabagai MLA Md Fajur Rahim, said India is a secular state, […]

Ngayaising scripts history as first Tangkul Everester

UKHRUL | May 28: Ngayaising Jagoi, 28, born to Vaomi and Elisha Jagoi of Phalee village, Ukhrul district of Manipur became the first Tangkhul to scale Mount Everest on May 27. Conquering of Mount Everest has added another rare feature in Jagoi’s list of achievements and brought smiles and praises from every individual of Tangkhul […]

Health minister Senapati inspection tour concludes

IMPHAL | May 28: A ministerial team led by minister, Health & Family Welfare L Jayantakumar Singh inspected various healthcare facilities in and around Senapati district. The team which includes TD & Fisheries, minister N Kayisii and PHED minister, L Dikho, was on a two-day inspection tour to assess the condition and status of several […]

‘No helmet, no petrol’ flunks on day one

IMPHAL | May 28: Petrol pumps of the state started implementing ‘No helmet, no petrol’ system from today following an order passed by the state government on May 24. The rule was implemented for safety of two wheeler users, as wearing helmet reduces the chances of getting serious head injuries during a crash. Though the […]

New challenges ahead for Meira Paibis

IMPHAL | May 28: Manipur women Meira paibis have been at the forefront on so many social issues. They have been working relentlessly towards the realisation of social emancipation in so many ways, observed Prof Ksh Bimola on the 19th Meira Paibi day observation. Speaking as the chief guest of the function at Khurai Tharo […]

‘Accommodates my sentiments’

Reiterating his earlier stance, L Tangnaum village chief today asked both the Centre and State Government to accommodate his sentiment over the construction of National Sports University in the village Source The Sangai Express

19th Meira Paibi Numit

In commemoration of 19th Meira Paibi Numit, a rally was organised by Meira Paibi Numit Observation Committee from THAU Ground to Tharo Devi Lampak, Khurai today Source The Sangai Express

Food drive

Members and staff of Medical Director Food Safety and Standards Section conducted a food drive at Leimai Chingjing, Kakching district and seized unsafe and unhealthy food items and edible products imported from Myanmar through Moreh yesterday …

NCERT book aims to connect with NE

In order to sensitise students about North East India, its history, culture and war heroes, the National Council of Educational Research and Training NCERT , for the first time, has come up with a comprehensive book Source The Sangai Expre…

Sit in protest staged

A sit in protest was staged at Toupokpi Ibendhou Soubul Lairembi Lampak on May 26 condemning the attempt to encroach upon registered land in Toupokpi Mamang by some people Source The Sangai Express

Aid pours in for Loyangamba

Manipur People’s Party MPP has extended financial assistance to Thounaojam Loyangamba of CC Higher Secondary School, who clinched the fourth position in Class XII examination 2017 commerce stream conducted by Council of Higher Secondary Educa…

MLA Fajur Rahim cries foul over beef ban

Maintaining that India is a secular country inhabited by different communities, MLA of Wabagai AC Md Fajur Rahim contended that the BJP led NDA Government at the Centre banning cow slaughter and beef consumption in the States is an insult to…