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Chakpi residents disapprove substandard road work

Ruwngthung Hrangbung CHAKPIKARONG, June 8: Residents of Chakpikarong have expressed dissent over the substandard construction work of the Chakpikarong-Challong Lamkhai Phiran Machet in Chakpikarong sub division. Several leaders of the organisations repr.....

Seminar on Jiribam held

JIRIBAM, June 8: The All Jiribam Working Journalist Union (AJWJU) and media partner Manipur Chronicles (English daily newspaper) jointly organised a one day seminar at the guest house of PWD on the topic “Jiribam: its development and Prospects” (perspecti.....

Peace building workshop at Lamka

LAMKA, June 7: The Peace Co-Ordinator, Diocesan Social Service Society has said in a press release that a peace building workshop was held today at the EAC office located at Hill Town, Lamka CCpur Manipur co-supported by DSSS and Abundant life Ministry, A.....

Mass meeting resolves to check defunct govt offices

JIRIBAM, June 6: The Barak Brothers’ Union (BBU), Jiribam organised a general meeting of local youth club leaders, political leaders and civil organisation leaders, today at Netaji Govt High School. The meeting was attended by a large number of locals fr.....

(L) Kunjamohon’s ashes scattered over Barak River

JIRIBAM, June 5: The ashes of the late Nongthombom Kunjamohon, a renowned writer of the state was submerged in the Barak river as a mark of respect and acknowledgement for his contribution to society, cutting across communities and creeds, as per his wish.....

SSPP highlights challenges

LAMKA, June 5: The joint headquarters of the Siamsinpawlpi (SSPP), the Paite Student Association, at Lamka, president Khual and his cabinet, today, called a press meet to highlight the functioning and challenges of their block. He said his cabinet was st.....

UTLA (SK) concern with lack of development in Longpi, Vangaichungpau sub divisions

LAMKA, June 5: The chairman of the United Tribal Liberation Army (SK) SK Thadou today called a select group of the media at New Lamka, CCpur to talk on the impending actions, policies of the group. He said he was ambushed by cadres of a rival faction in .....

Ukhrul consumers to face hike in power tariff soon

By R Lester Makang UKHRUL, June 3: With the Electricity Department, Ukhrul Division bracing to take up backlog of debt/taxes in the wake of recent tariffs hike, power consumers of the district will now have to pay the revised taxes with effect starting .....

SDSA, KSO-SH settle APDS, ADUSH dispute

KANGPOKPI, June 3: Analysing the prevailing situation regarding the disabled people organisations in Senapati district today in a joint meeting at SDSA office, Senapati, Senapati District Student's Association (SDSA) and Kuki Students' Organization Sadar .....

DESAM organises World Environment Day with local club

Thoubal, June 2: The Democratic Students Alliance of Manipur (DESAM), Salungpham and SYC Club, Salungpham have jointly organised World Environment Day at the Ching Tam High School in Salungpham, Thoubal today. A rally under the theme ‘ Let’s cooperate in.....

Babukhal villagers draw govt’s interest to broken bridge

JIRIBAM, June 2: The only temporary bridge connecting Babukhal village with the road to Muktokkhong has remained unattended after it was swept away during a recent flood. The village lies about five km north of Muktokhhong, Tamenglong district which abou.....

Foundation stone laid

JIRIBAM, June 2: The foundation stone of a shrine of the diety Meetei Apokpa Marup was laid down today at Uchathol, Jiribam by president of the body Mutum Janmenjor Meetei. Major contributors for the construction of the shrine include among others local .....

2nd Meitei MLA of Assam remembered

JIRIBAM, June 1: A remembrance program of Mera Chaoba, the second Meitei MLA of Assam was held this morning around 10.30 at the conference hall of the Jagannath Singh College, Udharbond, Cachar Assam. The program was organised by the Manipuri Satya Paris.....

HSLC and Hr Sec toppers felicitated at Nambol

BISHNUPUR, June 1: The 6th Felicitation Function of 70% and above holders of HSLC and Higher Secondary examination 2014 for Nambol area held today at Public Theatre Hall Nambol Phoijing organised by Development and Protection, United Voluntary Organisatio.....

LAYO felicitates successful class X and XII students

KANGPOKPI, June1: Leikot Area Youth Organization (LAYO) in collaboration with Integrated Highlanders Environment Economic Development Society (InHEEDS) organized on Sunday the 13th felicitation programme cum Career Counseling at Bethsaida Village, Sadar H.....

Certified seeds give better yield, says Seed analyst

KANGPOKPI, May 31: Farmers put in hard labour, time and effort during cultivation but the quantity of the yield after harvesting is lesser than expected. This was stated by Seed analyst Kh Mohindro of the Department of Agriculture while stressing that onl.....

Patkai academy sets conservancy example in Ukhrul

UKHRUL, May 31: At a time when every nook and cranny of Ukhrul district is increasingly exposed to unprecedented climatic changes due to unplanned deforestation far and wide, the Patkai Christian Academy (PCA) has set a remarkable example by doing a mite .....

After ‘leave camp’ demand, locals raise ‘cancel URF SoO’

IMPHAL, May 30: The JAC formed demanding the immediate shifting of the URF designated camp from Loitang Khonou, Spinning Mill has warned to launch several forms of agitation in case the government failed to provide positive response to the demand by Satur.....

CCpur students’ body resists decision to transfer teachers

LAMKA, May 30: The Churachandpur District Student Union (CDSU), in their continuous opposition to the State government’s order to transfer/ relocate more than 300 teachers from the district, snatched various files from government offices of the district t.....

Consultative meet on JJ Act details finer points at CCpur

LAMKA, May 29: The Manipur Alliance for Child Rights, Churachandpur Chapter (MACR-CC) organised a one day consultative meeting on Juvenile Justice Act, POCSO Act, Substance Abuse Act and the role of media in relation to the laws. The district’s SP, Kabib.....

Teacher cycles with global warming message

JIRIBAM, May 29: Ram Prasad Naskar, a Geography teacher from Subhasgram in West Bengal, who has been on countrywide bicycle tour since December 18, 2013 under the theme “Global Warming and Its Potential Threat” reached Jiribam on Wednesday and left today .....

T Manga Vaiphei inspects work progress at Eklavya hostel

MOREH, May 29: The chairman of the Manipur Tribal Development Corporation MLA T Manga Vaiphei has today inspected the ongoing construction hostels for the Eklavya Residential Model School located at Chikin Village near Kondong Lairembi at Moreh. Briefing.....

Peh village name cleared from Gurgaon racket case

By R Lester Makang UKHRUL, May 28: Giving a new twist to the recent Gurgaon sex racket case, fresh evidences have suggested that the name of Peh (Paoyi) village should not have been linked to the nefarious incident as the two accused women who were repo.....

Emancipation Day observed at Moirang

BISHNUPUR, May 28: The All Manipur Students’ Union Bishnupur district has today observed the 25th Emancipation Day 2014 at Moirang Multipurpose Higher Secondary School in a solemn function on the same day as the closing day of its five-day Students Leader.....

No profession is bad, opines Dr Hatzaw

KANGPOKPI, May 28: There is no profession which is too bad when one has the determination, interest and concentration, opined medical superintendent Kangpokpi Christian Hospital, Dr Hatzaw, before adding that it is very much important for students of toda.....

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