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IMPHAL | Aug 17 Ashok Kumar Singh, Inspector CBI anti-corruption branch (ACB) Imphal has been conferred with the prestigious President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service on the occasion of Independence Day, 2017. Altogether 28 officers and officials of the CBI have been awarded the President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service and Police Medal for Meritorious Service by the President of India on the occasion of Independence Day, 2017. Ashok Kumar Singh was amongst the 6 officers awarded with President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service. Altogether 22 CBI officials were awarded with the Police Medal for Meritorious Servi
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IMPHAL | Aug 17 A journal called “Beyond the horizon” which is going to be published in a quarterly basis is launched today at Manipur Press Club, Imphal. The editor of the journal, Malem Ningthouja said that this journal will serve as an alternative which mainstream media is not able to voice out. This journal will cover economic, political and social views and other relevant topics, he added. He further said name of the journal is tentative and the right title is still on the search. He announced that the targetted readers are mostly English readers so that their voice can be heard even from international level, he added. Jugindro Akoij
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IMPHAL | Aug 17 Advertisement on recruitment of Indian nurses for Kuwait with the employers’ name as ‘ministry of health, Kuwait and Kuwait Oil Company’, circulated in social media using Whatsapp and various private media is a fake. It is to dupe prospective nurses of the country financially or otherwise sending them to Kuwait via Dubai or Bahrain without involvement of authorized state-run agencies. Embassy of India, Kuwait, informed that the agency mentioned in the advertisement is not registered under Section 10 of Emigration Act, 1983 and hence is not authorized to carry out overseas recruitment business without a valid registration
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From A Correspondent THOUBAL | Aug 17 A Tata magic and a Honda Activa kept inside the residential premises of one Md. Sabir Ahamed (27), son of Md. Saferula (55) was set ablaze by unknown miscreants in the intervening night of August 15 and 16. The incident happened at the household of Ahamed from Yairipok Tulihal Mayai Leikai under Andro police station. It was reported that the Tata magic was a used vehicle purchased 7 months earlier from Md. Alam Khan, son of Md. Najiruddin from Sangaimayum Pullie Makhong. The vehicle was yet to be registered to the name of the new owner, Md. Amir Khan (28), son of (L) Md. Nashiruddin. The vehicle was kept
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IMPHAL | Aug 17 Students’ Union of the Churachandpur Government College today organised the 53rd Social Fresher’s Meet, 2017 at Indoor stadium, Churachandpur College. The meet was attended by Agriculture/Vety & AH minister V. Hangkhanlian, Education/Labour & Employment minister Th. Radheshyam Singh and deputy commissioner, Churachandpur Shyam Lal Poonia, as chief guest, guest of honour and president, respectively. Speaking on the occasion, V. Hangkhanlian who was an ex-student of this college felt pride and honour to attend the function as it reminded him of his college days. The growing number of students and successful results m
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IMPHAL | Aug 17 All Manipur Recognized Private Schools Welfare Association held a meeting yesterday with Private School Development Council, Thoubal at MMRC Unity Park, regarding matters related to private schools. Coordinating committee of recognised private schools has informed that several resolutions were made in the meeting, said a release. It was resolved that a new body consisting of representatives from both organisations will be formed; the release said adding members from both parties were appointed for various posts of the new body. The new body will handle all matters related to the registration and regulation bill, and work for t
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By A Staff Reporter IMPHAL | Aug 17 Manipur State Power Distribution Company Limited (MSPDCL) of Yairipok subdivision has complained that the staffs of the office have not received their salary till today after one year and a half years of operation of prepaid electricity billing system. Haobam Romen, one of the engaged staff of the Yairipok MSPDCL sub-station, told reporters that since the inception of prepaid billing system in January 2016, the around 70 engaged workers have not been paid till now. The Yairipok power sub-station covers 10,000 metres in prepaid and generates an income of 24 lakhs per annum unlike 10-13 lakhs before prepaid s
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From A Correspondent THOUBAL | Aug 17 Unknown miscreants have stolen several computers, computer parts and a cycle after breaking down a door of the Salungfam High School, Heirok assembly constituency, Thoubal district in the intervening night of August 16 and 17. As per the complaint filed by the headmaster of the school, Ph. Tomba to Heirok Police Station, a cycle and several computers used in the opening ceremony of annual sports that was held yesterday, were stolen. The teachers came to discover that unknown miscreants have broken down a door when they came to the school. The teachers have appealed the authorities concerned to look into t
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IMPHAL | Aug 17 The students of International Girls Hostel of Manipur University organised a cleanliness drive to clean the hostel premises on August 15. A release said that vice-chancellor of Manipur University, Adya Prasad Pandey witnessed the programme and he opined that the kind of programme should be organised by all the hostels, departments, sections, centres offices and university community to make clean and green the campus. The students also interacted with the vice-chancellor and demanded their requirements for the hostel, for which the assurance were given to the students for all support and cooperation. Additionally, the vice- cha
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From Our Correspondent MOREH | Aug 17 Chamber of Commerce in Moreh town has called an indefinite shutdown demanding immediate arrest of the two miscreants who came with guns and looted the shops under the chamber. The shut down was lifted later in the evening. According to sources, two unknown persons came to R.N. Medicos yesterday at around 3:30 pm and threatened the shopkeeper and later took all the money from the drawer where the money was kept. The duo also looted money from other shops and medical stores. Concerning the bad law and order situation in Moreh, office of the Border Trade and Chamber of Commerce, Moreh and the owners of the s
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