The COVID Care Centre set up at Manipur Trade and Expo Centre, Lamboikhongnangkhong in Imphal West will start operating by Saturday evening.
Chief Minister N Biren Singh said that the government is prepared for any eventuality arising from COVID-19 second wave in the state.
The state government represented by water resources and YAS minister Letpao Haokip and Forest minister Awangbou Newmai held a prolonged meeting with representatives of COPPK to resolve the Mt Koubru impasse amicably.
The Manipur chief minister said the daily spike of COVID-19 positive cases to around 10 in the last few days has brought an alarming situation in the state.
The 23 projects were among the 311 projects inaugurated, during the celebration of four years of the government by Chief Minister N Biren Singh at City Convention on March 15.
The Manipur CM said that there are plans to open more courts in the new districts as well as old districts where there are no courts at all, in a phased manner in consultation with the High Court.
The Manipur chief minister observed that it is because of the hard work of local clubs that Manipur has many established and renowned players.
Four students of St John’s School, Nungba tested positive for the viral infection on Tuesday.
N Biren Singh also assured that the government would provide alternative livelihood to all those needy people who are part of the illegal drug business because of compelling life circumstances due to poverty.
Paotinsat Guite of 59th Battalion BSF died of bullet injuries during an exchange of fire with terrorists at LOC under Rajouri Sector in Jammu and Kashmir on December 1, 2020.
The chief minister stated that the government had conducted the survey for nearly a year in order to develop the website so that proper planning for development of the Imphal area could be done.
The BJP-led government is going to celebrate its 4th year of governance in Manipur on March 15.
CM Biren also gave assurance that the government would try to complete the installation of the statue of General Thangal and unveil it on August 13 (Patriots’ Day), 2021.
The 12th session of the 11th Manipur Legislative Assembly concluded on Monday after passing the Manipur Appropriation (No. 2) (Bill no. 11 of 2021) and the Manipur State Planning Authority Bill, 2021 (Bill no. 17 of 2021).
A historical Private Member’s Resolution was discussed in the Manipur Assembly on March 20, 2002.
Biren was responding to a question raised by Opposition MLA N Loken during Friday’s question hour in the ongoing 12th budget session of the 11th Manipur Legislative Assembly.
The chief minister termed the seed sowing festival as one of the biggest festivals of the Nagas marking the start of the year.
CM Biren was speaking on the second day of the ongoing assembly session during the discussion on governor’s address which was moved in the House by MLA P Sharatchandra
Manipur to send Rs 1,340-crore proposal to World Bank to conserve Loktak Lake.
Manipur had received its first consignment of 54,000 doses of Covishield vaccine on January 14.
The chief minister said that the ‘Go to Hills’ Mission was introduced to achieve equal development in all parts of the state, provide equal opportunity to all the people.
CM Biren said that the guest house is constructed "to give a comfortable accommodation to the policemen and their families when they are in the frontline".
Joining the rest of the country in paying tributes to the martyrs who laid down their lives for the nation in the Indo-Pakistan war in 1971, Manipur held a state-level observance of Vijay Diwas at the Banquet Hall of 1st Battalion Manipur Rifles.
CM Biren said that the government would also take up measures to award dutiful teachers as an encouragement to bring out more bright students.
The chief minister said that private hospitals in the state will also be requested to keep a separate section for COVID patients in their respective hospitals so that the mortality rate can be reduced.
Manipur Organic Mission Agency is gearing up for 12,000 tonnes of processing pineapples to support producers.
N Biren Singh should note the difference between fulfilling the demands of the coalition partners and a dispassionate understanding of the issue from a refined perspective.
They demanded CM Biren to take urgent cabinet decision not to conduct the delimitation of assembly constituencies of the state based on 2001 census.
The casual attitude of some of the inmates indicates that they had willfully defied the set rules and norms of a quarantine centre or the volunteers have totally failed to train the inmates to obey rules or codes of behavior to be followed and observed.