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Why I Am Not A Believer!

Religious bigotry and fanaticism have recently become more widespread in certain sections of Muslims of the world, and among the American Christians, which are offensive propaganda to the secularist viewpoint. We are familiar with the jihadis. What is least known is that in the United States the propaganda... 

Rich Tributes Paid To Irabot

IMPHAL, Sep 30: Along with paying rich tributes and organizing various functions, patriotic song and recitation contests, social service camps, tree plantation, march past competitions, quiz, etc, the 114th birth anniversary of Jananeta Hijam Irabot was observed all over the State and beyond today. The... 

MHA Decides To Pull Out CRPF

IMPHAL, Sep 30: The Ministry of Home Affairs has decided to pull out CRPF troops who have been escorting Imphal-bound oil-tankers and goods carrier trucks till Mao. The MHA sent a written intimation to the Dimapur FCI office informing that CRPF would not be available for escorting trucks and oil-tankers... 

Sweet And Sour Notes On Supply Chain, Tankers Withdraw Stir Stand

IMPHAL, Sep 30: Petroleum product transporters, who had threatened to cease service with effect from October 1 over the transportation charge dispute, have called off their agitation plan. A source informed that an agreement has been worked out during the joint meeting held today between an official... 

Power Supply Flops At Lamka

Lamka, Sep 30: The State power department fails miserably here as the power it had provided on alternate nights and for four hours during the day could barely manage to light the indicator of stabilizers and the district’s oldest commercial locality goes without power for over four months. The... 

Over 400 Trucks Stranded On NH-53

IMPHAL, Sep 28: Around 400 goods laden trucks coming to Imphal from Jiribam along National Highway-53 have remained stranded at Kambiron on account of the deplorable conditions of the road. Among the stranded trucks, some trucks have been stranded there for over one month now. In order to extricate the... 

Adverse Impact Of Phumdi Clearance Exercise At Keibul Lamjao, Govt Team Conducts On The Spot Survey

IMPHAL, Sep 28: To verify the report that clearance of Phumdis by LDA has had an adverse impact on Keibul Lamjao National Park, an official team of the Government has started a spot survey from today. With funding from Planning Commission of India, Phumdis are being removed from Loktak Lake and disposed... 

Manipur Under Eye-conomics Scanner!

Writing this article in lighter vein, the base of this therefore is not on any scientific research work, nor of any extension of economic theories, nor of any economic survey; but simply on pure observation which I called EYE-CONOMICS! The Traffic Signal System [TSS] – a second debut If installation... 

Special Policy Stressed To Put State On Tourist Map

IMPHAL, Sep 27: Along with a call for formulating a  special policy and chart out an action plan for the development of tourism in Manipur, World Tourism Day was observed today. ‘˜Tourism and bio-diversity‘ was the theme of the observance held under the aegis of Department of Tourism, Govt... 

Zero Garbage Drive Picks Up Momentum

IMPHAL, Sep 27: An awareness meeting on Zero Garbage Campaign for Wangkhei Assembly Constituency ward no. 23 was organized by Khurai Polo Club at its campus today. Minister of Commerce and Industries Yumkham Erabot attended the meeting as chief guest. Speaking at the meeting, Minister Erabot exhorted... 

From The Streets, To Class Boycott, To The Media And CBI, 23/7 Case Now At Court’s Door, Bail Relief For 9 Cops Named By CBI In Charge Sheets

IMPHAL, Sep 26 : It crippled the State for months on end, but at last the battle fought on the streets of Imphal, the closure of schools for nearly four months, the media highlighting the issue and piling on the pressure on the Chief Minister and the State Police Department, especially the damning series... 

Rural Development Programs And Their Implementation

India is the world’s most populous country only next to China. The problem of population explosion has taken a serious turn in India and the country is obviously over-populated. The beautiful population is triggered by poverty which is a degrading experience. Rightly, poverty has long been considered... 

Tankers Threaten Strike From October 1

IMPHAL, Sep 26: Unhappy over the failure of Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) Limited to revise transportation charge of lifting petrol and other petroleum products, the transporters have threatened to go on a cease work strike with effect from October 1. The crisis over shortage of petroleum products in...