Regardless of inclement weather condition, work for mending potholes at different points of National Highway-2 and other maintenance activities have been continuing, said works minister Th Biswajit Singh.
Chief minister N Biren will flag off an MST bus ferrying passengers from Imphal to Pherzawl on June 25. Pherzawl deputy commissioner A Tombikanta told this daily that the plan to resume MST passenger service between Imphal and Pherzawl is to alleviate the hardships of people.
Volunteers of National Food Security Development Co-ordinating Committee 30-Lilong AC handed over 180 (50kg) bags of rice seized from a truck to Lilong police.
Demanding hike in their duty allowance, an order for which the Supreme Court had already passed, personnel of Home Guards carried out a sit-in demonstration at Keishampat Lairembi community hall here on Thursday.
Two personnel of 7th Manipur Rifles were rushed to Moreh hospital after they were assaulted by unknown persons in broad daylight in Moreh town on Tuesday afternoon. Following the incident, panic-stricken vendors of community variety market in Moreh ward no 8 shut down their shops and fled for safety.
Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu on Monday inaugurated a new PRS centre at the Kamakhya temple premises by remote from New Delhi.
Skoda recalls 539 units of Octavia sedan in India
Commonwealth Games silver-winner L Devendro Singh (52kg) assured himself of his first international medal of the year by advancing to the semifinals of the Ulaanbaatar Cup boxing tournament in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia on Thursday.
The BCCI will be getting USD 405 million as per the International Cricket Council’s revenue sharing model, which was agreed during the apex body’s annual conference in London.
Indian boxing star Vijender Singh will meet Zulpikar Maimaitiali of China in his next professional bout here in August. The bout, between WBO Asia Pacific Super middleweight champion Vijender Singh and WBO Oriental Super middleweight champion Zulpikar Maimaitiali will be a double title affair.
CHIEF minister N Biren’s assurance to the delegation of Mao-based civil societies and students’ organisations for bringing an early settlement to the latest incident of Angami people from neighbouring Nagaland disturbing movement of vehicles and transportation of goods along the Imphal-Dimapur section of the national highway as well as alleged encroachment on the land of the Mao people, is unlikely to fructify through the conventional method of negotiation or exerting pressure upon the governments of India and Nagaland.
Owing to rapid advancement in medical science,the most significant demographic trend has been the marked increase in human lifespans and the citizens enjoying longer spells of good health though for some longevity in the lifespan also means having to survive with longer spells in poor health.
WITH the exception of political personalities continuing to play the Act East Policy cards whenever they come for official visits to the north-eastern states, Manipur in particular, there seems to be hardly any signs of the ambitious plan materialising any sooner on account of absence of even basic infrastructure for transportation of goods, not to speak of managing increased volume of transaction.