Literacy Rate Up In Manipur

IMPHAL, April 1: Manipur’s literacy rate grew by 10 per cent during the past decade, at 79.85 per cent, according to the provisional census report, 2011, released by the state director of census operations, Y. Thamkishore Singh, here today. The state’s literacy rate is higher than the national average of 74.04 per cent, with the male literacy rate being 86.49 per cent and female literacy rate being...

Manipur Population Grows By 4 Lakhs

IMPHAL, Apr 1: The population of Manipur has rose by 4,27,850 in the last ten years as Imphal West continues to be the most populous district in the State. This was revealed when the provisional population total of Manipur, as recorded in the census of India 2011, was formally released by the Director of Census Operations Manipur Y Thamkishore at Classic Hotel here today. The release function was also...

CoPTAM Piles Pressure On Hill MLAs, Ministers

LAMKA, Sep 20: Demonstrating their disillusionment with the State Government‘s alleged anti-tribal policy; CoPTAM today demanded that the present tribal Ministers and MLAs in the State Assembly should publicly declare their stance on the issue on or before October 1. CoPTAM’s demand from the elected representatives of hill tribes was made against the backdrop of its request to the newly...