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IMPHAL | May 19 Recently suspended JNIMS attendant Ningombam Romesh clarified that he and JNIMS radio diagnosis HOD Dr Hiramoti were not involved in any corruption activity.
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Newmai News Network SENAPATI |May 18  The presidential council meeting of the United Naga Council (UNC) has re-affirmed the July 1, 2010 Naga People’s Convention (NPC) declaration wherein the severance of political ties with the government of Manipur was made.
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By A Staff Reporter IMPHAL | May 18 Work department, government of Manipur will take action against unauthorised occupants of residential general pool quarters by any persons said Works minister, Th Biswajit Singh.
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By Steffi Soibam IMPHAL | May 18 Haulianlal Guite, a 29 year old young IAS officer whose first passion is always the subject of “philosophy” finally has written his first philosophical novel called ‘Confessions of a Dying Mind: The Blind Faith of Atheism.’
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IMPHAL | May 18 The Delhi Manipuri Society (DEMAS) appealed to the minister of State, Development of North Eastern Region, Dr Jitendra Singh, to declared ‘Ningol Chakkouba’ and ‘Patriots’ Day’ as restricted holidays from this year.
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  IMPHAL | May 18 Language and script can set and define the standard of a society, said Education, Labour and Employment minister, Th Radheshyam while attending 11th Mayek Chatpa Numit as chief guest organised by Meetei Erol Eyek Loinasilol Apunba Lup (MEELAL) at GM Hall, here today. The minister also launched the website of MEELAL www.meelal.org and said the challenge of non availability of books for the student pursuing graduation in Meitei Mayek will be made available on the website as softcopy where everyone can access to read the books. Th Radheshyam further stated that books in Bengali script needs to be converted in Meitei Mayek
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IMPHAL | May 18 Miscreant exploded a hand grenade at residential area of Singjamei Chinga Makha Liwa road late last night. According to sources the bomb exploded around 11.55 pm near the residential gate of Wahengbam Shamu Singh, 56, son of Late W Gopal Singh of Chinga Makha Liwa road.
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IMPHAL | May 18 Labour and Employment minister Th Radheshyam inspected State Labour Department at the DC office, Lamphel and conducted a meeting with the officials concerned, including the commissioner of Labour, today.
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IMPHAL | May 18 International Nurses Week Celebration under the theme ‘Nursing: A Voice to Lead-Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals’ was held at Jubilee Hall, RIMS, Lamphelpat, Imphal, today.
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From Our Correspondent UKHRUL | May 18 The First Mountain Bike Downhill Contest in the history of Manipur was held today at Phangrei-Jorcheng, Ukhrul district. The 1.8km downhill track contest was participated by 21 bikers from the state. The event was managed and organised by CHIKO ADVENTURES-Ukhrul as part of Shirui Lily Festival.
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IMPHAL | May 18 After successful broadcast of ‘Taibang Keithel’ and ‘Khongthang Kayani’, a new 13 episode play entitled ‘Matamgi Khongleida’ is scheduled for broadcast by All India Radio, Imphal on both channels Kangla (MW) and Sangai (FM) at 7:45 pm every Saturday from May 20 to August 12, said a release by AIR, Imphal. It said, the radio serial play is adapted from 13 different short stories of 13 writers of Manipur and about 70 drama artists of AIR, Imphal will take part in the play, produced by Adhikarimayum Gitchandra Sharma.
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From Our Correspondent TAMENGLONG |May 18 ‘Jeevan Pramaan’ (life certificate) registration for pensioners and family pensioners are going on in full swing at Treasury office, Tamenglong district. It is a biometric enabled digital service for pensioners for both state and central governments.
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IMPHAL | May 18 A team of district police commando, Imphal East arrested one self-styled private of NSCN (IM) from the area of Nagaram community hall on May 16 and the arrested person has been identified as E Khuisang Athem, 28, son of E Ringshung of Kasom Khullen village, at present at New Checkon, said a release.
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  By A Staff Reporter IMPHAL | May 18 The second edition of Startup Weekend Imphal will be conducting a three-day entrepreneurship workshop from May 26 to 28 at Nibiaa Consultancy, Singjamei near supermarket to give opportunities and platform for budding entrepreneurs and to generate employment in the state.
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By A Staff Reporter IMPHAL | May 18 Contact programme for talented girl students of Manipur started today at Training hall, Arts and Culture building, Palace compound. Addressing the inaugural function, Th Surendranath Singh, director of Manipur Science and Technology Council (MASTEC) said the main objective of the programme aims at giving the students an exposure to the exciting world of science and motivate them to prefer science as their future career.
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From Our Correspondent KANGPOKPI | May 18 The Kuki National Front (KNF), the mother organisation of all the Kuki UGs today observed its 30th Rising Day at Ebenezer Camp, Natheljang in Kangpokpi district.
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MOREH | May 18 In protest against the IED explosion occurred yesterday, the civil volunary organisations of Moreh, HTC, KSO, MYC and KWU and HR imposed a 24 hours total shutdown in Moreh town and Asian Highway-1 from the midnight of May 18 to the midnight of May 19.
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IMPHAL | May 18 The half yearly journal of the outlawed KCP’s ‘Lanthengminnasi Eikhoi’ was released today, according to a statement of its department of information and publicity. The current publication includes address of the president of the outfit on its 37th anniversary, editorial on ‘Khunai Hanna, Lanaina Konna’, ‘BJP, Hindutva amadi Eikhoigi Laibak’, ‘Nungaiba Punsi Haibasi Karino’ and Historical Materialism among others, it said.
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IMPHAL | May 18 National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) has stated in a press release that University of Delhi has announced the admission schedule for the academic session 2017-18.
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Tribal women bodies reject pact From Our Correspondent CHURACHANDPUR | May 17 All Tribal Women Union (ATWU) and All Tribal Movement Lamka (ATML) rejected the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between the state government and Joint Action Committee Agaisnt Anti-Tribal Bills (JACAATB), declaring it a ploy to deny the rights of the tribal enshrined in the Constitution.
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Newmai News Network IMPHAL | May 17 The JAC-AATB has stated the concocted fear by the dominant valley-dwelling community that the implementation of 6th Schedule in the hill areas will lead to disintegration of the State is an attempt to retain their hegemony over the indigenous tribal people and their territories. 
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Our Bureau IMPHAL | May 17 Commerce and Industries minister Th Biswajit inspected the Tera-Urak Industrial Estate, Bishnupur district, today, and said the units of the estate already allotted to the entrepreneurs should be made fully functional within a month.
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IMPHAL | May 17 Forest and Environment minister, Th Shyamkumar pulled up 14 trucks loaded with logs, illegally brought from Myanmar via Kamjong district in Ukhrul today. The truck drivers, carrying fake transit pass, were taking the logs to the neighbouring state of Nagaland.
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By A Staff Reporter IMPHAL| May 17 Consumer Affairs Food and Public Distribution Minister Karam Shyam today inspected construction of FCI godowns in Bishnupur district and Sawombung in Imphal.
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Newmai News Network DIMAPUR |May 17 A new political party christened as Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) was floated today in Nagaland with many former NPF leaders leading the party.
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By A Staff Reporter IMPHAL | May 17 Locals of Khaidem Lampha, Urembam Block, Imphal East today has stopped oil expedition survey of shooting of 2D seismic data acquisition by Asian Oilfield Services Ltd at their locality.

        

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