The state cabinet has approved the state budget for 2019-20 for tabling in the ensuing budget session of the state assembly, which will begin from February 20.
BJP national president Amit Shah’s assertion to include the contentious Citizenship (Amendment) Bill in the party’s election manifesto for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections and enact the Bill in case BJP retains power at the Centre has evoke strong reactions from both students and political organisations.
Higher Secondary Examination (class-XII) -2019 conducted by Council of Higher Secondary Education Manipur (COHSEM) commenced Monday at 100 examination centres across the state.
While strongly decrying the arrest of its adviser and former president Veewon Thokchom by police on sedition and other charges, Manipur Students’ Association Delhi (MSAD) has demanded unconditional release of its adviser at the earliest.
Strongly reacting to the statement of Kuki National Organisation (KNO) published in the media recently, NSCN-IM said on Monday that “deceitful allegations against NSCN will not help KNO/KNA to wash off their sins committed against Nagas before the creator of heaven and earth”.
Both TRAU and DMRAO enjoyed an easy day in the 9th Shaheed Manoranjan Singh Memorial CRPF Football Tournament on Monday at Khuman Lampak Main Stadium.
KIYC, AMOFA and SSU all triumphed in Sunday’s action of the 9th Shaheed Manoranjan Singh Memorial CRPF Football Tournament underway at Khuman Lampak Main Stadium.
FORCE outdid SSU by six wickets as REYS secured a convincing 45-run win over MVCA in Saturday’s action of the 2nd Heibok T-20 Cricket Tournament.
“Fear is the main source of superstition, and one of the main sources of cruelty. To conquer fear is the beginning of wisdom.” -BERTRAND RUSSEL
When we were small elders told us that a cat crossing our passing path brought bad luck. We were asked to take a few steps backward to avoid bad luck.
Creation of District Industries Centres
Small Scale Industries: The emphasis of industrial policy so far has been mainly on large industries neglecting small, cottage and small scale industries completely relegating small industries to make a minor role.
At last the government failed to table the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) in Rajya Sabha and people burst out in euphoria. After the news came in that the Government failed to table the Bill;
BHARATIYA Janata Party chief Amit Shah’s assertion on Sunday that the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill will be one of its manifestoes for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections has validated that expression of strong suspicion by civil societies
Amid outcries against jailing of journalist Kishorechandra Wangkhem under the National Security Act and attempts to drive home the message that critics speak as and when some policy matters are not to the satisfaction of the public,
It’s hard to digest that chief minister N Biren continues to brand the mass protest against the Centre’s bid to pass the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill in the parliament as a movement instigated by rival political parties.