IMPHAL, May 24: Two girls, one 16 years and the other 13 years old, have been reportedly missing from their respective residences at Keibi Kumuda since May 17.
According to a statement issued by Officer in-charge of Lamlai Police Station, Mutum Dineshwori Devi (16) d/o Mutum Nabadeep Singh of Keibi Kumuda Leikai and Mutum Phajabi Devi (13) d/o Mutum Achouba Singh of Keibi Kumuda Makha Leikai have remained untraced after they left their respective residences on May 17.
A student of class XI in Biramangol College, Sawombung, Dineshwori is around 5 feet tall with fair complexion, long face and slim body, and she was wearing a yellow Phanek and black shirt when last seen.
On the other hand, Phajabi, who is around 4 feet tall with wheatish complexion, oval face and slim body, is a student of class IV in Keibi Kumuda Primary School. She was wearing black color quarter pant and shirt when last seen.
IMPHAL, May 24: An official team of Pawan Hans is scheduled to arrive at Imphal on May 28 to study feasibility report over the proposal of introducing Helicopter service in Manipur as well as to take stock of the passenger amenity facilities being developed.
According to an official source in the Transport Department, the official team of Pawan Hans would include its Additional General Manager and Marketing Manager. The team will also visit Moreh, Tamenglong and Jiribam to inspect the Helipads being developed, the source disclosed.
Significantly operations of Pawan Hans chopper service have been suspended following the crash that killed Arunachal Pradesh CM Khandu Dorjee.
JN hospital to remain open
IMPHAL, May 24: JN Hospital under JNIMS will remain opened tomorrow, despite the State Govt declaring a holiday in the face of the IMC election. In a statement, Director of JNIMS, Dr M Shyamo Singh said that all OPD and emergency service will remain opened and added that OPD has been shifted to the new block, adjoining the Casualty/Accident Trauma Centre block.
Ukl DTO cautioned
IMPHAL, May 24: Reacting against the alleged appointment of non-local candidate for the post of Senior DOTs-Plus and TB/HIV Supervisor by the State TB Officer (STO), Kuki Students’ Organization Ukhrul District has cautioned the District TB Officer not to accept the joining report. Expressing strong resentment over what it alleged to be a step-motherly treatment by the authority concerned, the student body in a release said, as per advertisement published by the STO on April 8, 2011, applications were invited for the post of DOTs-Plus and TB/HIV Supervisor on contract basis stating that local candidates would be given preference for the same post. However, in contrast with what has been published, non-local candidates were appointed by ignoring the well qualified and experienced candidates of the district, it rued.
KSDC invites Pata from VCs
IMPHAL, May 24: The Kuki State Demand Committee has in a circular issued today invited Village Chiefs or VA Chairmen to produce their land Pata and Map during the Chiefs conference they have convene for 10 June, 2011 at Sielmat Hall here.
The circular issued by LH Hmar said all tribes in Manipur with their root traces to Sinlung including the Chin Kuki Mizo Zomi Hmar etc are included in his circular.
IMPHAL, May 24: All the working WLL BTSs/Tower, which are parented to Main Switch at Dimapur at present would be migrated to Imphal Main Switch, BSNL Administration, Manipur has announced to all its WLL CDMA customers of BSNL Manipur, in a statement.
According to the announcement, the migration work is scheduled with effect from May 26 in phased manner and expected to be completed in two weeks’ time. In this regard, BSNL Manipur has requested all its WLL CDMA customers to bear it for the inconveniences likely to be caused for originating/terminating calls due to technical reason, if any during the said period.
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