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Surrender cum rehabilitation policy revised

Our Bureau

IMPHAL | May 21

The State Cabinet has approved extension of disturbed area status in the State excluding the Imphal Municipal areas for another six months in a meeting held late afternoon in the Cabinet hall of the CM’s Secretariat with Chief Minister N Biren Singh in the chair. 

Ibobi calls for peace on anti-terrorism day

By A Staff Reporter

IMPHAL | May 21

Manipur PCC today observed Anti-Terrorism Day at Congress Bhavan on the death anniversary former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.

“Tribal martyrs” burial

From Our Correspondent

CHURACHANDPUR | May 21

Information and publicity wing of the Joint Action Against Anti-Tribal Bills (JACAATB) announced the plan for burial of the “tribal martyrs” on May 24.

By A Staff Reporter

IMPHAL | May 21

Youth Forum for Protection of Human Rights (YFPHR) today condemned the oil survey conducted at Khaidem Loukol, Imphal West district by Asian Oilfield Service Limited (AOSL) and urged that the exploration and survey process should be stopped immediately.

Minister warns against sub-standard works

Our Bureau

IMPHAL | May 21

Education minister, Th Radheshyam said stringent action will be taken against those who have failed to adhere to the prescribed norms in building school infrastructure under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), Education Guarantee Scheme (EGS) and Alternative and Innovative Education (AIE).

Remorse over Word War-II Imphal bombings

Ambassador promises Japan’s help in State’s socio-economic development projects

Our Bureau

IMPHAL | May 21

Japanese Ambassador to India Kenji Hiramatsu expressed “remorse” to those killed during Japanese bombing at Khurai Chingangbam Leikai mandop during Second World War. The official paid floral tributes today to a memorial site constructed next to the mandop.

Doctor transfer-posting policy in offing

IMPHAL | May 21

Health minister, L Jayantakumar said that in order to streamline the posting of doctors and other staffs working in Health department, the government is ready to introduce a new policy of transfer and posting of staffs very soon.

CLK condemns Kwatha blast

IMPHAL | May 21

Chanura Lamchinglel Kangleipak (CLK) condemned the twin IED blasts at Kwatha village which disturbed the ritual ceremony of ‘Nongpok Ningthou Panthoibi Haraoba’ and the peaceful environment of the village.

KCP against tobacco

IMPHAL | May 21

The outlawed KCP appealed to the public, with the coming of ‘World No Tobacco Day’ on May 31, to discard the use of tobacco to keep away from diseases, and to save the economy from further deterioration.

Kuki bodies call for quality work

From Our Correspondent

KANGPOKPI | May 21

The Trans Asian Highway-1, the Imphal-Dimapur road once again witnessed mending of its multitude potholes since the past few weeks.

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