By: Yambem Laba Manipur is said to be sitting on a massive oil belt, estimated at some eight trillion cubic feet and also has huge reserves of natural gas. A good reason for the people to rejoice as when oil starts flowing, it is bound to usher in an era of rapid development and prosperity […]
Khwairakpam Gajananda 25 September 2001 India [Loktak Lake was designated for the List of Wetlands of International Importance in March 1990, and in June 1993 it was inscribed in the Montreux Record of sites whose ecological character has changed, is changing, or is about to change as a result of human interference. In this article, […]
SENDRA | May 27: Even though Imphal has been declared Northeast India’s third cleanest city after Gangtok and Aizawl in a nationwide cleanliness survey by Union Ministry of Urban Development recently, almost all important towns and habitation areas are encountering big challenges in managing their household wastes. The situation is not so encouraging at the habitation […]
Dr Maibam Dhanaraj Meitei Manipur, called land of jewel or Switzerland as quoted, but does the titles fit the place that it is in actual? A land locked state of 22,327 km2 by area, with the surrounding hills and a small valley in the middle, endowed with rich flora and fauna, is Manipur. May be […]
IMPHAL: Noted documentary filmmaker Hoabam Paban Kumar said his debut feature film Loktak Lairembi (Lady of the Lake) is reflection on the contemporary socio-political reality of strife-torn Manipur. The 71-minute film, directed and produced by Paban, will premiere at the 21st Busan International Film Festival in South Korea. This is the first time a feature […]
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IMPHAL, May 29: The All Loktak Lake Areas Fishermen’s Union Manipur (ALLAFUM), CORE, CRAM, HRI, INTACH-Manipur Chapter and IP will organise a State level convention on Wetlands (Conservation and Management) Rules, 2016 on May 31 (Tuesday) at Manipur Press Club, Majorkhul, Imphal, according to a press release issued by the programme committee.
Phoomdi and locals that environs Loktak: Time to introspect? By Dr. Maibam Dhanaraj Meitei Wetlands, one of the most important ecosystems on earth, are known as ecological supermarkets. Wetlands support extensive food chain and play a major role in the landscape by providing unique habitats for a range of flora and fauna. Loktak, the largest […]
By Dr. Maibam Dhanaraj Meitei (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) Last century showed a remarkable loss in the area of Manipur’s central valley wetlands at an unpredicted high rate. Increase in indenting inhabitation,
The post Manipur’s Loktak Lift Irrigation operational after 3 years appeared first on KanglaOnline.com.Manipur, IMPHAL, July 28: After a long gap of nearly three years, the Pump House No.1 of Loktak Lift Irrigation Scheme has begun operations f…
IMPHAL, Sep 1: For the convenience of tourists coming to Keibul Lamjao National Park, two women Self Help Groups (SHGs) have started catering service offering a variety of indigenous Manipuri dishes….
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IMPHAL April 26 (IFP) : Locals mainly fishermen from Thanga ,Karang and Ithing area voiced their dissent regarding the handicaps faced by them due to the implementation of the Loktak Lake Protection Act at a public meeting held at Karang island today….
IMPHAL, April 13: Along with drafting of an Action Plan on Climate Change, the State Government has geared up to combat the challenges posed by climate change in Manipur through eight missions. On the other hand, predicting acute shortage of water in …
IMPHAL, April 6: Comprising of musicians, singers and various individuals from diverse fields, a 32 member state delegation would embark on a musical tour to New Delhi and Bangalore on ‘Save Loktak Our Life’ theme. Speaking to newspersons at Class…