BSNL services turn flop show in Manipur

IT News Imphal, April 24: Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) may have been the largest public sector telecom service provider in the country but in the state of Manipur its service is a flop show as signals are often break down. The internet service provided by the BSNL such as WIMAX or Broadband connection were

NEDF demands immediate action to make water available

IT News Imphal April 24: North East Dialogue Forum-Manipur (NEDF-M) today demanded to the state government to take up immediate actions to make water available in the state. Kh. Rebati Raman, Member of NEDF Manipur, during a press meet held today at Manipur Press Club Imphal said that it is very unfortunate that the responsible

Drought when no rains; flood in rainy season

EDITORIAL Crime against humanity deserves the worst form of punishment. Interest of different nations has different legal system to protect the interest of their country. The enforcement of certain laws – like capital punishment; Special powers act to armed forces may have strong and supportive argument as it is about the security of their respective

PHD for Rishang

IT News Imphal, April 24: Octogenarian politician Rishang Keishing and Manipur scholar Laishram Birendrakumar Singh will be conferred PHD (Honourary) by the President of India Pranab Mukherjee at Manipur University. Tweet

Over 9,300 students appeared today at 24 examination center

IT News Imphal, April 24: A total of 9,318 students today appeared in the preliminary examination of the Manipur Civil Services conducted by the Manipur Public Service Commission at 24 centers in Imphal. A total of 11,983 had submitted their application, said official source.The examination is being conducted to fill 38 vacant posts of MCS

Mega Edu fest

IT News Imphal, April 24: Manipuri Muslim Online forum will organise a Mega Education Fest and Career Counselling on April 26 and 27 at D.M. College of Arts auditorium. The main objective of the event is to provide an interactive career counseling of all Manipuri students passing out 10th and 12th standard and to guide

Medical education on Adolescent Health held at RIMS Jubilee Hall

IT News Imphal, April 24: The Zonal branch of the Indian Association for Adolescent Health organised a continuing medical education today at the Jubilee hall of RIMS.Prof S. Sekharjit, Director, was the chief guest  and Prof Jugal Kishore, the guest of honour of the function. The speakers stressed the need for the health of the

PREPAK to observe 26 April as Indian Colonialism Resist Day

IT News Imphal April 24: People’s Revolutionary Party of Kangleipak (PREPAK) to observe 26 April as Indian Colonialism Resist Day. A press meet released today by Leibak Ngakpa Luwang, Assistant Secretary, Publicity and Propaganda, People’s Revolutionary Party of Kangleipak (PREPAK) said that the security forces of India have killed several people in various massacres after

British writer joins Blooming Manipur campaign

IT News Imphal, April 24: As a part of the beautification programme being taken up around Kwairamband Keithel , Blooming Manipur group today planted more flowers in the surrounding of the Manipur’s historical place, which is more than 600 years old, popularly known as “Ima Keithel”. Author of the recently released book ‘Calamity and Courage,

ALLAFUM demands clarification; sets ultimatum to Dr. Yaima

IT News Imphal April 24: All Loktak Lake Area Fishermen’s Union, Manipur (ALLAFUM) today demanded clarification from Dr. Ningthoujam Yaima Singh, Deputy Director, ICMR, Government of India for the statement to book all the members of ALLAFUM and to book them under NSA. In a press meet held today at Manipur Press Club, members of

Khongjom War Commemorated

Descendants of British officials in Manipur pay tribute to Khongjom martyrs IT News Imphal , April 23: Khongjom War commemoration was celebrated today at Khebaching, Khonjom. O. Ibobi Singh, Chief Minister of Manipur, and Gaikhangam, Deputy Chief Minister, Manipur, attended the ceremony as Chief Guest and President respectively. Speaking on the occasion, O. Ibobi Singh

The scorching truth

EDITORIAL The state is beginning to reel under the relentless summer heat, despite the fact that the summer is yet to peak. We have just experienced the hottest temperatures ever recorded in the state for a couple of days at a stretch. Consequently, most of the water bodies have dried up or are going to