The age-old relationship between Meeteis and Tangkhuls is seen in Umang Lai Haoraoba of the Meeteis, the UCM stated.
Assam Rifles personnel distributed hand sanitisers, face masks and rations to villagers in Tengnoupal.
As part of its public outreach campaign, Loktak Battalion, Assam Rifles organised a 'COVID-19 Awareness and Appropriate Behaviour' drive at Kangvai village, Churachandpur on Wednesday.
The helpline number of the battalion was also provided for any help during the pandemic. A total of 25 villages were covered in three days.
The awareness programmes focussed on COVID appropriate behaviour, proper use of face masks, social distancing, hand washing sanitisation and vaccination (CoWIN enrolment).
Residents of the village were sensitised on the importance of adherence to the COVID-19 guidelines issued by authorities in combating the spread of the virus
The awareness programme was organised by Tamil Sangam Moreh at its conference hall in border town Moreh.
The webinar was part of NASI's nationwide awareness campaign ‘Jagrukta Abhiyan for COVID Appropriate Behaviour’
Over 60 bikers from Assam Rifles, Police, and Royal Riders, a local bike club from Chandel, participated in the bike rally held to spread awareness on COVID-19 in villages of Chandel in Manipur.
Free health checkup and free medicines were provided to many elderly persons as a part of the programme held on Monday. All COVID-19 test results were negative.
The Vocational Training Centre at Chikin Veng Moreh has been constructed by Moreh Battalion 43 Assam Rifles under BADP.
Over 200 bikers took part in the COVID-19 awareness rally on bike
Manipur Police Tuesday launched Jan Andolan to create awareness on how to defeat Covid-19 in different districts of Manipur.
Pamphlet which read ‘No Mask No Entry’ and other measures to prevent transmission of COVID-19 were pasted at shops, fuel outlets, banks, offices, community markets and vehicle stands
“We don’t want to reach a stage where community transmission will happen. We are lucky to be in this period but we cannot take things for granted.”
I had a sudden emotional pang to that I wanted to go home so badly to give a hug to my parents and say ‘things will be alright again’.
In order to break the monotony and improve awareness on COVID-19, Essay/Poem writing and Painting competitions were organised from within the confines of respective houses.
The Manipur Home Department stated that the committee was constituted to facilitate greater awareness amongst clubs, meira paibis, civil bodies and the general public on measures.