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By A Staff Reporter IMPHAL | May 22 Due to the rumours spread today on the social media about a new landslide in Nagaland along the NH-2, panic buyers of petrol in large numbers thronged most of the oil pumps in Impala area.
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Our Bureau IMPHAL | May 22 The State government is trying to promote industries to generate income in the State. With industry being an important department there is also need to encourage our entrepreneurs to solve unemployment problems in the State.
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By A Staff Reporter IMPHAL | May 22 Forests and Environment Horticulture and Soil Conservation MAHUD and Town Planning minister, Th Shyamkumar today appealed to the public to be conscious and responsible about the nature during the observation of International Day for Biological Diversity at MFDS Palace Compound.
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IMPHAL | May 22 In connection with the World Environment Day, Royal Riders Manipur organised a spot painting and essay writing competition yesterday at Ima Khunthokhanbi Sanglen, as part of the month long programme of ‘Mahousa Ima Ningsing Tha’.
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By A Staff Reporter IMPHAL | May 22 Under the supervision of superintendent of police Imphal west, N Herojit and Additional SP (Law and Order) Priyadarshini Laishram, seized Indian made foreign liquor (IMFL) worth 3.3 lakhs today and the owner was released after a fine of Rs 20 thousand.
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  From Our Correspondent THOUBAL | May 22 Locals of Yairipok Changamdabi, Ward No.3, Andro returned back the ration of rice to the distributor in protest against the less quantity of distribution under National Food Security Act (NFSA). According to a local woman, the rice distribution at the rate of Rs 3 per kg under the policy of Antyodaya Anna Yojana (AAY) and Priority household (PHH) of NFSA, has been misused by the local distributor. The act of returning back of the ration was done after the locals found out that the quantity of rice is only 4 kg which was announced as 5 kg during the distribution at the residence of Sahira Bibi, m
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IMPHAL | May 22 National Service Scheme (NSS) Cell, Manipur University has informed to all the NSS programme officers of colleges and secondary schools of Manipur state that the cell is organising The North East NSS Youth Festival 2017 from June 4 to June 8 at the university.
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From Our Correspondent CCPUR | May 22 Unknown miscreants set 'Pumbuk' on fire for the second time, around 2 am last night. No claim has been made nor any suspects has been caught in connection with the burning of the traditional resting hut of the tribal martyrs located in front of the District Community Hall, Hiangtam  Lamka.
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IMPHAL | May 22 Health minister L Jayanta Kumar along with Education minister, Th Radheshyam today inspected schools in Keishamthong constituency. The inspected schools were the Haobam Marak H A High School and The Ngasi Rastralipi High School.
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By A Staff Reporter IMPHAL| May 22 Five Congress Councillors from Wangjing Municipal Council including chairperson and vice chairperson have joined BJP today.
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By A Staff Reporter IMPHAL | May 22 To ease the problems of Jiribam locals going to courts in Imphal and other courts, Jiribam based advocate cum social worker A Surendrakumar Singh has today called for Manipur government to set up a District and Sessions Court in Jiribam district.
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By A Staff Reporter IMPHAL | May 22 National Food Security Act passed by the Indian government on September 10, 2013 was enforced in the state lately from April 2016 and then there has been no proper distribution. In this regard, three CVOs of Lilong today appealed to the authority concerned to sort out the present situation of PDS system in Lilong assembly constituency.
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From Our Correspondent CHURACHANDPUR | May 22 The Hiaijang villagers led by their chief inaugurated village community hall 'Langdong  Haolai Hall’ today along with felicitation programme of the recently elected MLA from Singat assembly constituency, Ginsuanhau alias GS Haupu, who was recently appointed as chairman of MANIREDA.
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From Our Correspondent BISHNUPUR | May 22 Nambol Area Meirapaibi Apunba Lup (NAMPAL) organised a meeting today as part of the campaign ‘Mayai Kaba Chinjak Sijinnaba amasung Yollibasingee Maiyokta Meeyamgee Campaign’ at Irengbam Awang Sanjenpokpi Community Hall.
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Surrender cum rehabilitation policy revised Our Bureau IMPHAL | May 21 The State Cabinet has approved extension of disturbed area status in the State excluding the Imphal Municipal areas for another six months in a meeting held late afternoon in the Cabinet hall of the CM’s Secretariat with Chief Minister N Biren Singh in the chair. 
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By A Staff Reporter IMPHAL | May 21 Manipur PCC today observed Anti-Terrorism Day at Congress Bhavan on the death anniversary former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.
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From Our Correspondent CHURACHANDPUR | May 21 Information and publicity wing of the Joint Action Against Anti-Tribal Bills (JACAATB) announced the plan for burial of the “tribal martyrs” on May 24.
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By A Staff Reporter IMPHAL | May 21 Youth Forum for Protection of Human Rights (YFPHR) today condemned the oil survey conducted at Khaidem Loukol, Imphal West district by Asian Oilfield Service Limited (AOSL) and urged that the exploration and survey process should be stopped immediately.
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Our Bureau IMPHAL | May 21 Education minister, Th Radheshyam said stringent action will be taken against those who have failed to adhere to the prescribed norms in building school infrastructure under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), Education Guarantee Scheme (EGS) and Alternative and Innovative Education (AIE).
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Ambassador promises Japan’s help in State’s socio-economic development projects Our Bureau IMPHAL | May 21 Japanese Ambassador to India Kenji Hiramatsu expressed “remorse” to those killed during Japanese bombing at Khurai Chingangbam Leikai mandop during Second World War. The official paid floral tributes today to a memorial site constructed next to the mandop.
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IMPHAL | May 21 Health minister, L Jayantakumar said that in order to streamline the posting of doctors and other staffs working in Health department, the government is ready to introduce a new policy of transfer and posting of staffs very soon.
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IMPHAL | May 21 Chanura Lamchinglel Kangleipak (CLK) condemned the twin IED blasts at Kwatha village which disturbed the ritual ceremony of ‘Nongpok Ningthou Panthoibi Haraoba’ and the peaceful environment of the village.
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IMPHAL | May 21 The outlawed KCP appealed to the public, with the coming of ‘World No Tobacco Day’ on May 31, to discard the use of tobacco to keep away from diseases, and to save the economy from further deterioration.
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From Our Correspondent KANGPOKPI | May 21 The Trans Asian Highway-1, the Imphal-Dimapur road once again witnessed mending of its multitude potholes since the past few weeks.
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From Our Correspondent TAMENGLONG | May 21 The unique flora and fauna found only in Tamenglong are endangered and the locals are still unaware of the rare species found in the district.
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 IMPHAL | May 21 National Blindness Survey under the ministry of Health & Family Welfare, government of Inida is being conducted by Dr Rajendra Prasad Centre for Opthalmic Science, AIIMS, New Delhi. In Manipur the survey is being done in partnership with RIMS and directorate of state health services.

        

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