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From Our Correspondent KANGPOKPPI | Dec 10 Authority concerned of District Hospital Kangpokpi has clarified today over the controversial delivery case on December 8, stating that the doctor and nurses on duty never let the pregnant woman to stay the night in the hospital veranda. Senior MO in-charge, Dr. Simte clarified that owing to some incomplete documents and other formalities which the pregnant woman had to undergo before delivery, the doctor and nurses asked the patient party to complete the formalities since there was still time for her delivery. He also stated that the patient party were not let to stay in the veranda whole night but
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IMPHAL | Dec 10 The Hmar Students’ Association, Jiribam joint headquarter, demands the revocation of the order for revenue survey and preparation and revision of 27 villages in Jiribam district and Tipaimukh subdivision, Pherzawl district, which included 17 villages of the Hmar community. The said 17 villages have been inhabited by the Hmar people for ages and that the Hmar community has been paying Hill House Tax, said a release. However, the present government of Manipur had scrapped this right of paying Hill House Tax. That, the said student body is deeply concerned with the status-quo of the region, it added. The release further mention
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IMPHAL | Dec 10 The All Manipur Bar Association and the District Legal Services Authority, Imphal West today observed the International Human Rights Day at Cheirap Court complex, Imphal under the sponsorship of Manipur State Legal Services Authority. As a part of the observance a blood donation camp was conducted in the court complex by joining hands with Blood Bank of RIMS. The observance was attended by district and sessions judge, Imphal West, M. Manojkumar, district and sessions judge, Imphal East, Gaiphulshillu Golmei, All Manipur Bar Association president, H. Chandrajit Sharma as presidium members.
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IMPHAL | Dec 10 A new organisation called “Meetei Nationalist Organisation” was formed on December 3 with the ideology to bring about economic and social development of Meetei society. Briefing media persons today at Manipur Press Club, Imphal the newly formed organisation’s convenor, Ch. Birendra said it will take active role in the issues concerning for the welfare and development of the state. Kanjam Mahindra who is the president of the organisation appealed the civil society orginisations of the state for their support in taking up developmental works for the welfare of the state.
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THOUBAL | Dec 10 A pregnant cow died of electrocution after it strayed into a transformer, which did not have any proper fencing around it, located next to Wangjing – Heirok road near Wangjing Hodam Awang Leikai Area under Manipur State Power Distribution Company Limited (MSPDCL), Thoubal sub division. The local resident expressed that the transformer had been there without any proper fencing around it for the past many years. They had previously requested the officials of department to put fencing around the transformer but their please were ignored and thus, leading to the incident. If the department officials had put proper fencing, the
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From Our Correspondent KANGPOKPPI | Dec 10 As part of Nisha Bandh initiative in Champhai area, Women Wing of Keithelmanbi Village burnt a total of 400 litres local liquor seized during their routine frisking of vehicles along National Highway 2 on December 7. The Women Wing had begun its drive since the last two months and have seized a number of liquor from vendors and supplier along the highway. Speaking to media persons, secretary of the wing, Hatnu Kipgen said that the Nisha Bandh has been enforced to save the youths of the area who are in the initial stage of consuming alcohol. ‘We cannot do anything to those who are already addicted t
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From Our Correspondent KANGPOKPPI | Dec 10 All Disabled Union Sadar Hills elected its new office bearer on December 5 and conducted oath taking ceremony of the newly elected member yesterday at its office at Kangpokpi district. The newly elected office bearer were, Thangsei Khongsai as president, Boipu Kipgen as vice-president, Thanggoulen Doungel as general secretary, Thangmonlal Hangshing as information and publicity secretary, Neikhokim Doungel as finance secretary cum office assistant and Kaikhohao Kipgen as games and sports secretary. The oath taking ceremony was administered by senior advisor of ADUSH, Mangkholun Khongsai and it was als
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From Our Correspondent JIRIBAM | Dec 10 As being celebrated all over the world, the international human rights day was organised today by Campaign for Social Upliftment (CSU), Kangleipak (Manipur), Jiribam District at the auditorium hall of Jiribam Higher Secondary School. The occasion was attended by superintendent of police, Jiribam Police, M.Mubi Singh, MPS, S.Maniton Singh, advisor, CSU, Jiribam, K Ajit Kumar Sharma, MPS, additional superintendent of police (Ops), MPS Sub-Divisional Police Officer, Jiribam R.K. Charles, principal, Jiribam, Government Higher Secondary school, L. Ranjit Kumar Singh and retired DI. of School, Ch.Sunamani Sin
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From Our Correspondent JIRIBAM | Dec 10 As a part of 78th Nupilal anniversary, 78 Suba Nupilal Ningshing Numit Observation Committee, Jiribam 2017 have organised the annual women’s race today at Jiribam. In the race which was held for two separate groups of women, the race for under 40 category was flagged off by SP, Jiri Police, MPS, M. Mubi Singh at Lamkhai bazaar while the race for women above 40 was flagged off by principal Jiribam Government Higher Secondary school, L. Ranjit Kumar Singh at Chandrapur Mahdev. 35 women took part in it the race for under 40 category, in which Huirem Sushila Leima, from (Jimpal), Ningthem Khunou, Maibam R
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From Our Correspondent THOUBAL | Dec 9 At the public meeting organised by Heirok Block Congress Committee under the supervision of Manipur Pradesh Committee at Umang Laikon under Heirok part I, former chief minister, Okram Ibobi Singh said the public is still suspicious of the secrecy behind the framework agreement. He said the agitations of the congress will continue as long as the contents of the framework agreement are not disclosed to the public. The agitations are not being organised against any political party, or against the militant group NSCN- (IM), he stated. It is not for making political gains of the party or against the framework
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