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Poppy plantation worth 130cr destroyed in 1 year

Speaking on the occasion of "International Day Against Drug abuse and Illicit Trafficking, 2018" at JNIMS hospital complex on Tuesday, Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh said that there are 36,000 victims of drug abuse in Manipur. Illegal poppy plantation worth Rs 130 crore has been destroyed by the state government. In this year, state

Cease-Work Strike Paralyses Work In Manipur Govt Offices

On Monday, Manipur Secretariat employees have started an indefinite cease-work strike. S. Shashikanta, vice president of the Manipur Secretariat Services Association shared with the media that all of us want to be on work. But, we should also get the enhanced pay as recommended by the 7th Pay Commission. There’s no reason why the Manipur

98 Nabbed With Fake Aadhaar Cards In Manipur

On Sunday, Manipur Police rounded up 98 suspected foreigners with fake Aadhaar cards. As per the police, these raids were conducted in the early hours in two residential areas at Naga Mapal in Imphal. The suspects were found staying in rented houses. Director General of Police L.M. Khaute said that all vehicles reaching Imphal from

Manipur Government To Discontinue Common Service Centres For Aadhaar

Yesterday, CM N Biren Singh was addressing journalists in Meeyamgi Numit held at chief minister’s secretariat. Here, he said that state government will remove Common Service Centres (CSC) as an access point to provide Aadhaar related services. In place of these centres, the government recognised agencies will enrol and issue Aadhaar cards. CM also shared

Govt Stands Firm Against All Forms Of Disintegration: Manipur CM

Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh was addressing a press conference at CM’s Secretariat on Friday. Here, he reiterated that existing State Government will continue to stand collectively against all the attempts of bringing disintegration of the State in any form. Chief Minister further added that there is no possibility of change in the stance

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Towns Of Manipur Bag Swachh Survekshan 2018 awards

In recently announced Swachh Survekshan 2018 award list, Kakching and Mayang Imphal have been selected as the ‘cleanliest city’ in NE Zone and ‘best city’ in Citizens-NE Zone respectively. Chief Minister, N. Biren Singh has appreciated the efforts of locals in these two districts. This Swachh Survekshan was done by an independent agency. Under Swachh

Nine Myanmar Nationals Held With Aadhaar Cards

Moreh Police have detained Nine Myanmarese nationals including three traffickers. All these were illegally trying to enter in India. All these were carrying fake Aadhaar cards. A police team led by SP of Tengnoupal has arrested this cross-border human trafficking gang. Police were checking all vehicles at Chinkim Veng near Moreh police out-post on Sunday.

Two BSF Men Killed, Three Civilians Injured In IED Blast, CM Condemns

On Wednesday, An explosion took place around 1.30pm in front of a grocery shop near the gate of 49 BSF battalion headquarter (Assam, Nagaland, Manipur), Luwangsangbam Awang Leikai along the NH-2. Two BSF personnel were killed and three civilians injured during a powerful Improvised Explosive Device (IED) explosion. This blast site is just one kilometre

Manipur To Be Open Defecation Free By August 15, 2018

Yesterday, there was a workshop on Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin) for attaining Open Defecation Free Manipur in Sangai Hall at Hotel Imphal. Here, CM N Biren Singh has today directed the officials of public health engineering department and deputy commissioners of all districts to achieve open defecation free in the state by August 15, 2018.

Inner Line Permit Bill Will Be Introduced: Manipur CM

On Sunday, Chief Minister N. Biren Singh said that the state government will bring the Inner Line Permit bill in next session of the state assembly. He also assured that state government will consult with all the stakeholders during the drafting work of this bill. In 2015, The Manipur Assembly had passed three bills and