IMPHAL, Jun 22: Post the devastating “Cyclone Mora” which wreaked havoc in Khengjoi Sub-Division of Chandel dist during the first week of June, 4 Assam Regiment of 26 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (South) provided relief to the affected locals by undertaking small but meaningful rehabilitation work for them.

THOUBAL, Jun 22: Strongly condemning the suspension of Gynaecologist Dr Subashchandra, who was serving at the district hospital, Thoubal, the JAC formed against the suspension staged a protest demonstration today. During the protest, a volunteer of the JAC stated that the doctor was suspended with no valid reason. He further stated that during his posting at the hospital, many pregnant women residing at Thoubal did not need to go to the city for check ups or for delivering babies. Various placards and slogans were raised by the protesters demanding a valid reason for the suspension and has threatened to launch stringent agitations if their demand is not heard.

CCPur, Jun 22: The Directorate of Field Publicity, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (Nagaland & Manipur Region) organized a special outreach programme for underprivileged villagers. The programme was organised to highlight the flagship programmes of the Central Government at S Mollen village, Singngat sub-division, Churachandpur district.

IMPHAL, Jun 22: The hunger strike launched by teachers under the auspices of All Manipur Elementary School Teacher’s Association demanding services regularisation and release of 10 months’ pending salary completed its second day today at Khoyathong Pukhri Achouba Maning. According to the teachers, the agitation was launched to protest non-issue of regularisation order even after the State Cabinet’s discussion for the regularisation of 1786 teachers who already got requisite qualification scale. The teachers have also protested the reported non-release of 10 months’ pending salary.

THOUBAL, Jun 22: A six day International Imphal art camp kickstarted yesterday at Slopeland Public School, Salt village, Khongjom. The camp is the first to be held in Manipur and aims to provide a platform for Manipur artists and International artists to interact, discuss and share their ideas and visions.

IMPHAL, Jun 22: A one-day training programme on ‘Management Practices for cultivation of Kharif rice for increasing farmers’ income’ was held at Khabam Bamdiar Development Farmers’ Club premises today. According to a statement, the programme was organized by ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Manipur Centre, Lamphelpat, under the Farmer Club Programme. Around 30 farmers from Khabam Bamdiar and adjoining villages attended the programme. A team of ICAR resource persons consisting of Dr Kh Rishikanta Singh, Scientist Agri Economics, Dr Arati Ningombam, Scientist Entomology, Kh Hera Singh, STO KVK Imphal West and Dr Lydia Zimik, SMS KVK Imphal West imparted training and interacted with the farmers.

IMPHAL, Jun 22: In line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision to instill the habit of fitness and health in every individual, NCC Group HQ, Imphal and its affiliated units organized International Yoga day on June 21. More than 3,500 NCC cadets from 101 schools/colleges did yoga in 19 venues spread all over Manipur State between 7 am and 7.35 am, informed a release issued by the PIB, Defence, Imphal.
Meanwhile, over 700 people mainly students and villagers joined the 26 AR personnel stationed at Singngat sub-divisional headquarters in celebrating the 3rd International Yoga Day at the Battalion’s hqtrs. The event was organised by 26 AR under the aegis of HQ 27 Sector AR.

IMPHAL, Jun 22: Results of the Common Entrance Test (CET) held for selection of students for enrolment in Class XI in 13 Government Higher Secondary Schools have been cancelled citing technical defects.

IMPHAL Jun 22: A team of Imphal West police commando arrested one active cadre of KCP (People’s War Group) along with one 9 mm pistol loaded with five live rounds today afternoon from Brahmapur Nahabam under Porompat police station.

IMPHAL, Jun 22: The S Maipi Village Authority has condemned the clash between the villagers of Machi and Khudei Khuman over a land dispute which took place on June 20.