YOUTH EMPOWERMENT THROUGH GARDENING SKILL: AN INITIATIVE KVK CHURACHANDPUR 30 Days Training programme of gardener begins at Training hall of ICAR- KVK Churachandpur today. The programme was organised by Krishi Vigyan Kendra Churachandpur and sponsored by Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH). The inauguration was graced by Dr. Narendra Prakash, Joint Director, ICAR Research […]

Binalakshmi Nepram Honored with “The Telegraph Northeast Excellence Award 2017”

Guwahati/Imphal, 11 September 2017– In yet another good news for people of Manipur, the state’s own much highly recognized daughter, often known as “The Face & Voice of Northeast”, Ms. Binalakshmi Nepram has been awarded “The Telegraph Northeast Excellence Awards 2017″. This prestigious award was given for her relentless work for the region. The awards […]

Rock group PHYNYX changes name and going global

Jyaneswar Laishram LEN—this is the new name of the veteran rock group PHYNYX. It may sound like just a dumpy derivation of the name Len Gangte, the band’s front-man; it really is in a sense; but it in other way is actually an acronym that reads ‘Lord’s Eastern Nomads’ in expanded form. In my opinion, […]

Trafficking story from CCpur : Preying on young kids

Human trafficking. This is unacceptable and the possibility of the involvement of big names cannot be ruled out. Poverty plus the yearning to ensure a better future for one’s child is the underlining factor for parents to willingly hand over their children, mostly young girls, to people who then traffick them to other parts of […]

Over 500 employees strong Thangjam Industries giving hope to the jobless in Imphal

Reena Nongmaithem It is a great accomplishment for a private sector firm to employ over 500 people in a state that has been plagued by five decades of militancy, and that has a recorded 7,54,000 educated and unemployed youth as of 2011. Manipur’s Thangjam Agro Industries, helmed by Thangjam Joykumar, who started his business in […]

Security tightened along border to check Rohingya spill over

Imphal, September 11 2017: Even as the Ministry of External Affairs of the government of India reiterated that India will not give asylum to the fleeing Rohingya in the face of the backlash by Myanmarese authorities against them, border State – Manipur which share around 364 km of porous borders with Myanmar, has sounded a red […]

Traffic police remove illegally parked vehicles

Imphal, September 11 2017: Imphal West traffic police personnel removed all the vehicles parked illegally in front of the Police HQs located next to the Chief Minister’s bungalow, considered to be one of the highly congested areas in the heart of Imphal city, today afternoon. Imphal West traffic police under the command of DSP Traffic […]

Cargo terminal to come up at Imphal airport

New Delhi, September 11 2017: State-owned AAI will construct a cargo terminal at Imphal airport at a cost of Rs 16.20 crore, with Commerce and Industry Ministry sanctioning a grant of nearly Rs 13 crore. This follows Manipur Government’s plans to establish an Export Import Cargo Terminal (EICT) at Tulihal, Imphal airport under a scheme […]

Wanted tag

Imphal, September 11 2017: Manipur Police Department has announced a cash reward of Rs 50,000 for any information leading to the capture of one Ashin alias Kashin alias Kashinba (50) s/o (L) Mangainanba alias Adaitba of Nungtek, Karvangmuang village, Part-II, Noney in connection with an FIR case at Senapati women police station . A press […]

To tackle acute shortage of cooking gas Government arranges extra convoys

Imphal, September 11 2017: In order to effectively address the problem of LPG scarcity before Ningol Chakkouba festival, the State Government has been working to send extra convoys of LPG carriers, informed CAF&PD Minister Karam Shyam. Talking to this reporter at his office today, Karam Shyam said that the DGP has been instructed to arrange […]

Should Rohingya refugees be given shelter in Manipur? – Oneindia


Should Rohingya refugees be given shelter in Manipur?
Imphal, Sep 12: In the border state of Manipur, the debate over whether to give shelter or not to the Rohingya refugees, who are leaving their home country of Myanmar in thousands to escape violence and persecution at the hands of the country’s
Vigil up in Manipur over influxThe Telegraph

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Swachhta Hi Seva

Union Cabinet Secretary today held meeting via video conferencing with high ranking officials of the State led by the Chief Secretary in connection with the Nation wide ‘Swachhta Hi Seva’ campaign to be held from September 15 to October 2 Source T…