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Henglep SDO organises Special Summary Revision

From Our Correspondent CHURACHANDPUR | Oct 13 Sub divisional officer (SDO) of Henglep organised Special Summary Revision (SSR), where boot level officers (BLO) under 57-Henglep assembly constituency attended the programme held at Bijang today. The meeting deliberated about SSR of form number 6, 7, 8 and 8A which are about inclusion of voters, deletion, update and transposition. The SDO told the 58 BLOs to go to each village personally to ascertain the actual identity of the villagers who are eligible to vote. He further said that the answer to the common complaint is basically for incomplete documents in their application like birth certi

DRDA Ukhrul organises painting competition

From Our Correspondent UKHRUL | Oct 13 DRDA Ukhrul as part of Swachhta Pakhwada campaign, organised a district level painting competition today on the theme “How cleanliness helps in improving environment” for school going children at DRDA Training Hall, Mini Secretariat Complex, Ukhrul. The painting competition was held under three categories where 28 students took part. In the Class I-V category, Nimmiwon Kamodang from Sacred Heart Higher Secondary School was declared as the winner, while Mathing Thingshung of Sacred Heart Higher Secondary School and Chuimirin of Savio Higher Secondary School was declared as the first and second runn

MAFRO organises mega heath camp

IMPHAL | Oct 13 Manipur Friendship Organisation (MAFRO) has organised a one day mega health camp at Chalwa Village, Kangpokpi district on October 11. A medical team consisting of M.O (Homeopathy) directorate of Ayush, Dr. Bishwanath Sharma, Dr. P. Iboton Singh, Homepathy physician, O. Jayenta Singh, staff nurses, state health society of Manipur, Dr. Nirman Singh, Dr. Th. Rakesh Singh, one MO, (MBBS) and eight staff nurse of Waichong PHC including one pharmacist, provided free health consultations and medical treatments to around 800 patients, said a release. Medicines were also provided free of costs, it added. MAFRO expresses thankfulness

Written test for army recruitment

From Our Correspondent CHURACHANDPUR | Oct 13 More than 90 students will be appearing in the written test of army's recruitment written test exam to be held on October 28, at Rangapahal, near Dimapur, based on the free coaching course offered by Khuga Battalion on army recruitment rally held at Leimakhong. The battalion had provided free coaching with boarding and lodging at its Khuga base to the shortlisted 92 students out of 200 applicants, where physical training was also provided prior to the army recruitment. The officer on duty at the camp said that they have hired two teachers from the locals apart from the army staff where general

KSO appeals for repair of Chakpikarong to Lonpi road

From Our Correspondent KANGPOKPI | Oct 13 Kuki Students' Organisation (KSO) Khengjoi Block has urged the concerned contractors to repair the deplorable PMGSY road connecting Lonpi before the celebration of the event of Anglo-Kuki War Centenary Celebration at Lonpi village on October 17. Information and publicity secretary, KSO Khengjoi Block, Ngamdou Touthang said that the approximately 16 Km long PMGSY road of Chakpikarong to Lonpi road is in deplorable condition which serves as the only road connectivity of the village where the significant celebration will be held. He continued that thousands of Kuki community across the state and aboa

TBCA Women Union Centenary celebration

From Our Correspondent UKHRUL | Oct 13 Centenary Celebration of Tangkhul Baptist Churches Association (TBCA) Women Union begins today at Mission Ground, Alungtang Ukhrul. President TBCA, Jonah M. Solo, hoisted the flag and dedicated the programme, while pastor Phungyo Baptist Church, H.A. Thanmi and planning chairperson, Ayao Caroline Vashum delivered welcome address. Women secretary of TBCA, Chonchon Kaping introduced the programme officers and other dignitaries present in the congregation and executive secretary of TBCA, Mathotmi Vasah, spoke on the theme of the celebration ‘Celebrating God's Grace’. The occasion highlighted about t
‘Leisaa Latpa’ ceremony performed for Barak & Maku bridge  IMPHAL | Oct 12 First and foremost priority of the new government is to bring development in the hill areas of the State for without the progress in the hill districts, there would be no inclusive development in the State, reiterated N. Biren.  This was stated by him today at the Leisaa Latpa (Bhoomi Puja) for the construction of Barak and Makru bridge on the NH-37 held near Barak bridge, Tamenglong. Seeking love and support of the people, the chief minister continued without the support of the people and government, the National Highway Infrastructure Development Corpor
By A Staff Reporter IMPHAL | Oct 12 The Special Judge, Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Imphal West today sentenced a 62 year old man to rigorous imprisonment for a period of 12 years and imposed a fine of Rs. 20,000 on him for sexually assaulting a 9 year old minor girl. The man identified as Huidrom Bheigya Singh, 62, son of late H. Anagangyaima Singh of Komlakhong, Ereima Maning Leikai, was convicted under section 4 of the POCSO Act for committing penetrative sexual on minor. The convict was produced before the special judge of POCSO, M. Manjokumar Singh today and the sentence hearing was conducted. During the heari
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