Congress, TC not impressed with VC Pandey's tenure

The High Level Committee of Congress party, which ran an independent investigation into the MU impasse, would be submitting its report to the President of India along with recommending removal of the vice-chancellor as the only means to resolve the present crisis in Manipur University.

Bhabananda appeals for public support to BJP in 2019 LS polls

Rajya Sabha MP and BJP Manipur Pradesh president Ksh Bhabananda has appealed to the people of the state to support the party in the upcoming Lok Sabha election so that the party can continue to serve the people better and bring more welfare schemes for the common people.

Tongbram Amarjit listed for award

Manipur's Tongbram Amarjit Singh and Khangembam Shamungou are among 21 litterateurs selected by the Sahitya Akademi for this year's Bal Sahitya Puraskar and Yuva Puraskar.

Dr S Ibocha named SoO interlocutor

Retired IGP (Adm) Dr S Ibocha has been appointed the representative of government of Manipur for peace talks between the state and Central governments with underground groups which are signatories to Suspension of Operation (SoO) pact.

AR troops recover drugs worth ` 7 crore

In a major drug haul, Tengnoupal Bn of 26 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (South) seized contraband drugs worth around Rs 7 crore from a Jungle track near Khudengthabi, Tengnoupal district on Thursday.

Karam Shyam named LJP national VP

Lok Janshakti Party (LJP), Manipur State has expressed profound happiness and gratitude over the appointment of CAF & PD/Revenue minister Karam Shyam as national vice-president of the party.

MUSU fumes over new CoE i/c, MUTA flays instrusion

Amid the protest of Manipur University Students’ Union (MUSU), the Registrar in-charge (i/c) has been appointed the new Controller of Examinations in-charge of the university.

NH 37 reconnected; stranded trucks heading home

After a gap of one week, the sunken portion of the road near K Sinam village has been repaired Monday evening.

Ceasework continues, students bear the brunt

Students who have recently cleared the HSLCE and HSE are now facing the brunt of the pen down strike being launched by JAC of AMTUC & AMGEO in pursuance of the demand for implementation of the 7th central pay commission in the state.

Posers raised over flood relief fund

The state government has released Rs 3.2 crore as relief fund for flood affected people in the state but where have those funds been used and if they have been properly utilised, asked Committee of Civil Societies, Kangleipak (CCSK) general secretary Moirangthem Rakesh.

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Can yoga make the cut for Olympics?

M. RAJAQUE RAHMAN

On a day when yoga is having to jostle for mind space with a hugely popular sporting event like the FIFA World Cup, many fans of the ancient regimen are seriously dreaming up for a world cup of their own. Are they getting too carried away by the euphoria around of the 4th International Day of Yoga? Or is it a case of trusting yoga's extreme versatility to adapt itself to the demands of the time?

 


The Arbitration Act

The Arbitration Act governs arbitration in India, including, typically, statutory arbitrations. The UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration 1985 is the basis for the Arbitration Act. 


On some aspects of governance-II

S KUNJABIHARI SINGH

Prime Minister Narendra Modi often talks about his government’s commitment to providing a transparent and accountable administration which works for the betterment and welfare of the common citizen.


Remembering My Father

On Sunday, ( June 17) I came across a number of touching messages written by my friends in memory of their fathers on social media. They expressed their love and gratitude to their fathers for what they had done for them. Perhaps they did not express how much they loved and cared for him when he was alive. I have always said we do not express our love and care for our parents or children.


Mission: 2019 Parliamentary elections

S KUNJABIHARI SINGH

2019 Parliamentary elections are just one year away. Can the BJP repeat its 2014 magic this time around or would it fade away in the like manner of the Vajpayee regime during 1999-04?


How to practice Homoeopathy
(A tribute to Dr. Hahnemann, the founder of Homoeopathy on his 263rd birth anniversary)

DR. MOIRANGTHEM NARA SINGH

Homoeopathy is a system of medicine discovered, practiced and promoted by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, a German physician of highest repute and a genius. It is medical system based on an infailable Law of Nature i.e. “Similia Similibus Curentur”, meaning similar is cured by similar. Dr. Hahnemann described Homoeopathy as an Art of Healing gifted by the gracious nature to the suffering humanity.


Startup Manipur Guide Lines # 1
Support and Strengthen the Entrepreneurial Culture

LOUREMBAM ORENKUMAR
The Vision: Make Manipur, one of the top Startup destinations in the North East by providing the most enabling ecosystems to support and nurture start-up entrepreneurship in the State.


People live on edge when Sangai Festival comes to the city

The annual Manipur Sangai Festival-2017 is just round the corner and the state government has already started its routine dusting and moping of all roads leading to main venue creating all sorts of nuisance to the commuters. In such a scenario, mending of potholes could be done peacefully during the night-time, but it is not happening.


Do our leaders follow what they preach?

The sound bytes of our leaders, including the head of the state, cajoling us to do this or that is deafening. But the question is; do they really follow what they preach? The readers of this article, it is hoped, will after going through it can arrive to their own conclusion.


Ground water management

Ground water is the water that seeps through rocks and soil and is stored below the ground. The rocks in which ground water is stored are called aquifers. Aquifers are typically made up of gravel, sand, sandstone or limestone. Water moves through these rocks because they have large connected spaces that make them permeable.


World Mental Health Day 2017- “Mental health in the workplace”

DR. ATHOKPAM RANITA DEVI

Stigma and discrimination in the workplace Stigma plays a negative role by decreasing the chances of people seeking proper diagnosis and treatment. According to a 2008 survey in Canada, just 50% of Canadians would tell friends or co-workers that they have a family member with a mental illness, compared to 72% who would discuss a diagnosis of cancer and 68% who would talk about a family member having diabetes.


India’s Sustainable Development Goal no 6 #1
Ensuring availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.

The Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation of the World Health Organisation and United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund as of 2012 states that in India 96.7 per cent in urban and 90.7 percent of rural population have access to improved water source which can be piped water into drilling, plot or yard; public tap/standpipe; tube well/ bore well; protected dug well; protected spring and rain water collection. India is poised to achieve universal improved water coverage by 2030.


Adim Pamei: An intending candidate of 11th Manipur Assembly Elections, 2017 for peace, progress, and development



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