NCAC for improving CHC Chakpikarong

Naga Chiefs’ Association Chandel (NCAC) has pointed out that the existing Community Health Centre (CHC) at Chakpikarong exists only for namesake as the healthcare centre lacks requisite doctors, staff and other basic equipment.

Ukhrul CSOs serve 15-day ultimatum to DC on NFSA anomalies

Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) of Ukhrul district on Wednesday served a 15-day ultimatum to the district administration to fulfil their demand of rectifying various anomalies in the implementation of the National Food Security Act (NFSA) scheme in the district.

Volleyball player assualt case: Mizo man arrested

Mizoram police have reportedly arrested the man who assaulted state volleyball player Sakil Chesam during the closing function of 26th Mini national volleyball championship on April 28 at Aizawl.

Two women die, one hurt in road mishap

Two women died and another got injured in a road accident at Leimaram under Nambol police station on Monday at about 4.30 pm.

Ima Ibemhal passes away

Social and women activist Ima Mutum (o) Ibemhal Devi w/o M Madhop Singh of Uripok Sorbon Thingel passed away on Sunday morning at about 4 am.

IW Employment Exchange fully computerised

Imphal West Employment Exchange office has been fully computerised. Any job seeker within the jurisdiction of Imphal West may register his\her name or renew their cards on-line from nearest Common Service Center (CSC) or on the official website http://eservicesmanipur.gov.in, after which the applicant has to log in with ePramaan.

Rally protests Citizenship (Amendment) Bill

Student bodies and CSOs organised a mass rally protesting against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016 at Diphu, Assam on Wednesday. Karbi Students' Association; Dimasa Students' Association; KSO; Rengma Students Association, Karbi Anglong District Committee; Hill Tribal League; All Assam Manipuri Students' Union (Karbi Anglong Committee); Garo Students' Union, Karbi Anglong District Committee; etc., jointly organised the rally.

Tml DC hands over plot for AIR station

Tamenglong Deputy Commissioner  Armstrong Pame has formally handed over the site (land) for construction of 1 KW AIR Tamenglong FM Transmitter to the officials of All India Radio on Monday.

Madras HC judge named Manipur HC chief Justice

Judge of the Madras High Court Justice Ramalingam Sudhakar has been appointed as Chief Justice of High Court of Manipur. According to a notification issued on Friday, the President approved appointment of Justice Ramalingam Sudhakar as the Chief Justice of Manipur HC. 

Next round of tripartite talk on May 19

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has invited the Government of Manipur and the United Naga Council (UNC) for the next round of tripartite talk on the district creation issue which is to be held on May 19 at Senapati district headquarters, according to UNC sources.

Director urges nurses to give more contribution on health progs

Heath Director Dr K Rajo has said that the nursing profession is the humblest of all professions and the people involved in this field must contribute their mite in successful implementation of health programmes including health promotion, curative, rehabilitation, etc.

Govt employees to take mass leave on May 11

The general body meeting of Manipur Government Services’ Federation held on Sunday regarding implementation of 7th Central Pay Commission has resolved to go on a mass casual leave on May 11.

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Rohingya infiltration routes identified: SP

Manipur police has able to identify some routes through which Rohingyas of Myanmar travel to enter Manipur though identities of agents taking big role in sending the immigrants into the state could not be ascertained as of now.

Myanmar trio with UP-made aadhaar cards arrested

In what could be termed as yet another confirmation of unscrupulous elements making relentless efforts to push in illegal immigrants into the state, Tengnoupal district police have arrested three Myanmarese nationals and recovered three fake aadhaar cards from their possession.

Ravi’s statement challenges state’s integrity: Jeetendra

Mounting pressure for a clarification from the Prime Minister over the statement of RN Ravi on Framework Agreement, the joint committee of AMUCO, CCSK and UCM organised a sit-in protest cum public meeting at Lamboi Khongnangkhong Mamang Leikai community hall on Thursday.

Maneka confers Nari Shakti Puraskar to Lt Vijaya Devi & Co

Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Sanjay Gandhi on Thursday presented the prestigious Nari Shakti Puraskar 2017 to the six-member INSV Tarini crew led by lieutenant commander Vartika Joshi who circumnavigated and managed the whole operation in this first ever global journey.

Centre okays Ordinance to set up NSU; CM hails

The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved an ordinance to set up the country's first national sports university in Manipur.

Negligent officials will face consequences: CM

While cautioning that any official found abusing his or her official position or neglecting duty will have to face the consequences, chief minister N Biren expressed grave concern over involvement of native people in aiding influx of illegal immigrants.

K Shyam calls for unity among different CSOs

CAF&PD minister Karam Shyam said that unification among CSOs or pressure groups formed for common issues or causes could bring effectiveness in their endeavour and it will help in realising the objectives sooner than later.

Unity show marks HDK swearing in event

H.D. Kumaraswamy was on Wednesday sworn in as the 25th Chief Minister of Karnataka at the head of a JD-S-Congress coalition government here in a ceremony that brought together leaders of anti-BJP parties on a single platform exactly a year ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

Inside hand in immigrant influx worries CM

Allays apprehension over Citizenship (Amendment) Bill

While expressing serious concern over direct involvement of native people in abetting illegal entry of immigrants, chief minister N Biren Singh has appealed to all indigenous communities to refrain from all unethical acts that could create socio-ethnic tension in the near future.


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