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Fate of Higher studies students in dire strait as MUSU intensifies agitation

IT News
Imphal, June 6,

Higher studies students of the state under the Manipur University is in dire straits as Manipur University is in stalemate unable to function properly since the last couple of days with students’ body of the University MUSU stand firm to their demand with no turning back to the agitation.
A press statement signed by 5 executive members of the Manipur University Students’ Union today said that the Union will not allow holding examination scheduled tomorrow.
Different press statement released to media houses from two different executive members of the MUSU had created confusion with one statement stating to allow the examination and other to boycott it.

The press statement issued today signed by MUSU President M Dayaman Singh, General Secretary L. Kenedy Singh, Culture Secretary L. Robindro, Finance Secretary S. Anish Singh and Sports Secretary Nilakanta Longjam stated that due to communication gap between the executive members of the Union there has been some misunderstanding.
The statement said that the Union have decided not to allow conducting examination scheduled tomorrow.
On the other hand the MUSU today stick paper at the door of the Prof. Arun Sexena stating “indefinitely closed”. PRO of the University  and the Dean of Students Welfare have already resigned as per source but Prof. Saxena whom the students demand for resignation of from the different post he hold and to return back to his Earth Science department.
Whether or not the University authority will force to conduct the examination or not is a matter to be decided by the Manipur University authority. But the situation will not let free mind to the students appearing the exam if in case conducted by force.
Meanwhile, source with the Imphal Times said that normal functioning of the Manipur University have been severely disrupted by the ongoing impasse  in the Manipur University during the last couple of days. It is likely that the examination result for the B.A, B.Sc and B. Com Final year conducted by the Manipur University may be delayed and because of that students desiring to go for Master degree outside the state at other University may miss their chances.
On the other hand all works in the A-Block of the University has been paralyse with the ongoing impasse with no students allowing to either collect documents which were required for either applying for job or any related matters.

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RPF Clarifies

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Imphal, June 6,

 

Assistant Secretary, Publicity  of the proscribed group Revolutionary People’s Front (RPF) today clarified that the person identified as Moirangthem Sunanda @ Bung (37), s/o M. Prafulo Keisam, Singjamei chingamkha khettri leikai and Kumam Inaobi (37), s/o K. Norotombi, Terakhong Bisnupur on June 3 , 2018 is not related with the RPF or its army wing PLA

 

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Let us all plant trees on regular basis: Minister Nemcha Kipgen

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Imphal, June 6,

Social Welfare and Cooperation Minister  Nemcha Kipgen today exclaimed that one should plant trees on every opportunity or occasion that we can throughout the year, thus making the environment friendlier and healthier. She believes that healthy environment will hugely contribute in moulding healthy lifestyle and developed society.
 Nemcha Kipgen was addressing the gatherings as part of the World Environment Day Observance organised by the Cooperative Department at its Lamphelpat Office compound. The Minister along with Principal Secretary Cooperation Shri J.C. Ramthanga also planted tree saplings inside the premises as part of the observance. This is the first time in Department’s history to organise such event.
She further stressed that one should keep the environment clean and minimise polluting it. She called upon all to join hands and work towards protecting the environment for the sake of future generations.
Nemcha exhorted people to take pride in the number of trees planted by them the same way they take pride in worldly possessions. It is our responsibility to preserve it for the future generations, she added.
It may be noted that India is host of this year’s World Environment Day under the theme “Beat Plastic Pollution”.

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Moreh Consumer Club and SSUM conducted drive against Non-biodegradable Plastic bags

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Moreh, June 6,

Members of the Moreh Consumer Club along with the volunteers of Socialist Student Union of Manipur (SSUM) today conducted drive against the use of Non-biodegradable Plastic bags which is imported from Myanmar. AT around 7am today morning a team of Moreh Consumer Club , Socialist Student Union of Manipur along with the Deputy Superintendent of Police Moreh and also with Moreh Police department began the drive against the Non-biodegradable Plastic bags from Moreh Bazar to Indo-Myanmar Friendship Gate No. 1 and 2.
The team collected Non-biodegradable Plastic bags from different shops .The Plastic bags which are imported from Myanmar are  banned by Autonomous District Council Chandel to prevent pollution in Moreh town as well as at other part of Manipur.
Importing of such plastic bags spread all over the Northeast  from Myanmar  became a major part in polluting the environment of entire Northeastern states of India. The President of Moreh Consumer Club and Advisor of  Socialist Student Union of Manipur stated that this drive was not only to collect the banned plastic bags but also giving awareness programme to the public and traders of Moreh about the pollution occured from the said plastic bags. If the traders of Moreh begins to stop transporting the plastic bags from Moreh then moreh than 90% of pollution can be controlled in a very short period of time. DSP Moreh Thomas Thokchom , OC Moreh PS , OC Commando , President of MCC and Advisor of SSUM and some are volunteers took part in the drive as a measure to control pollution due to the uses of Non-biodegredable Plastic bags .

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TYC Feted Meritorious Students in Tengnoupal

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Tengnoupal, June.6,

 Meritorious students of Tengnoupal who passed in the High School Leaving Certification (HSLC) and Higher Secondary School Leaving Certification (HSSLC) Examination 2018 conducted by the State Board and Council as well as the CBSE were feted by the Tengnoupal Youth Club (TYC) at Community hall in Tengnoupal District Headquarters today. Tengnoupal district Deputy Commissioner A.Tombikanta Singh ,IAS, Superintendent of Police of Tengnoupal District Police Dr.S.Ibomcha Singh,MPS, Zonal Education Officer Tengnoupal Dr.Arunkumar and Major of 12AR Sandeep attended the felicitation program as chief guest, functional president and guest of honours respectively.
Speaking at the function, DC Tombikanta stated that students should have good foundation in order to become successful persons in their future lives and be a part of collective human resource which is needed for the betterment of the society.
In appreciation of their performance, 42 meritorious students (31 Students of class -X, 10 Students of Class -XII and 1 Students of Class XII in CBSE) who secured over 66 % and letter marks in the HSLC, HSSLC and CBSE Examination 2018 were presented a memento along with cash prize.The awards were sponsored by the Tengnoupal Deputy Commissioner  A.Tombikanta Singh,IAS.

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The crumbling Manipur University: Is there an agenda?

Fortunately, there are some products of the Manipur University who continue to remain there as either Assistant Professors or contract faculties. But, to be précised among the faculty members most are scholars who completed their higher education from universities outside the state or abroad. Saying so, much improvement to the society has come after the establishment of Manipur University in 1980. Be it in politics, economics, societal status or Human Rights issues, Students or faculty members from the University were the one who brought up the issues in the right directions. It is their hard works that suggestions on how development could be brought up could be delivered not only to the government but to the common people of the state. University, where students learnt their higher studies could be another temple of the society similar to the State Assemblies or the Parliament which has been considered as the temple of democracy in a country like India.
ProfDrew Gilpin Faust of the Royal Irish Academy, Trinity College, Dublin in his magnificent speech on the role of University had stated that Higher education generates broader economic growth as well as individual success.
Having understood its importance the numbers attending universities in India doubled in the 1990s, and demand continues to surge. India’s Human Resource Development Minister has stated that India needs 800 new institutions of higher education by 2020 in order to raise the age participation rate—the percentage of college-age population enrolled in institutions of higher education—from 12.4% to 30%.
In our state too Manipur University, which has been paying a significant role in the running of the University has been upgraded as a central University and, the government having felt the need to establish more Universities now passed Bill for setting up of two more Universities. Indira Gandhi National Tribal University is already functioning and Dhanamanjuri University is also likely to start functioning soon.
At a time when the government of the people, by the people and for the people have started taking up good initiative giving priority to the improvement of the higher education, it is most unfortunate that the Manipur University is now in crisis, crippling the academic atmosphere and putting at stake the careers of the students. What is more unfortunate is the silence of the state government as well the Governor of the state over the recent development. Manipur government may not have its complete jurisdiction over the matter of University which is now a central University but the Governor of the state id the Chief reactor of the University. Any uncontrolled situation in the university which involved the Vice Chancellor should be intervened timely. And the state government too should not remain a silent spectator to the issue which is going on in the University, for it is the state government that will finally get bad name for everything that is happening to sabotage the image of the University.
Now, Imphal Times had exposed the genesis of the uproar in the University in our yesterday issue and it is not that people inside the University who are stakeholders did not know what has been happening but were not courageous enough to voice against it. In Manipur University , students are not allowed to take extra sheets for writing examination. They are provided limited set of answer sheets containing only 22 pages.  No reaction so far has come to the report of the Imphal Times either from the Vice Chancellor Office or from the University faculty’s side as everything reported is true.
If Imphal Times report stands true than its time that the state government interfere either by sending report to the concern authority for removal of the Vice Chancellor, or if in case the report is felt as unfounded made up one Imphal Times welcomes all sort of legal action as the team is ready to face it for the cause of the University.
Now, considering the fact that is going on is being sideline by the state government, there is a reason for believing is the authority (government) has some agenda on the University?  A matter much needed to ponder by each and every citizens of not only Manipur but by all Indian citizens.

Our Common Crisis: What are We to Do? (Part-3)

BY- NIKETU IRALU

With June 10, 2018 just 5 days to go Imphal Times is reproducing the series of lectures delivered by different eminent personalities  on the Arambam Somorendra Memorial Lecture on the day every year organised by the Arambam Somorendra Memorial Trust .

All developing societies face an extraordinary problem in their struggle to grow. It is well described in “10,000 Years in a Lifetime” by Sir Albert Maorikiki, the first Foreign Minister of Papua New Guinea (PNG). He was born on one of the remote islands of the country where, as he said, Stone Age practices still prevailed. He found his way to a primary school run by missionaries, then eventually to University. He became one of the first graduates of the University of PNG just when the country became an independent nation. He was made the first Foreign Minister of the new nation. At the UN in New York he had to move with his counterparts some of whom came from the most advanced nations of the world. Fairly soon, as PNG is a member of the British Commonwealth, he became Sir Albert Maorikiki, knighted by Queen Elizabeth.
In his memoirs he described the overwhelming challenge he and his people had to face to bring their society up to the standard required to survive in the world. They kept failing and are still in desperate crisis. His people had to learn in a very short time crucially important and difficult processes of administration and development that people in advanced societies had learned over many generations by trials and errors. His people could not learn anything properly. The result was their development lagged way behind and problems multiplied, increasing the burdens of the Government and the people manifold.
We too are plagued by this crisis and our society has become stagnant and explosive at the same time due to incompetence, ignorance, mismanagement and corruption preventing speedy development. These failures and shortcomings are examples of defective or wrong responses to challenges of change, the common problem of most developing societies. Our failures and blunders are not because we are worse than others but because we simply have too much to learn in too short a time, made worse by our weakness for instant success and enjoyment.
To illustrate what I mean by this crisis of response that our people have to wrestle with I shall share here the story of three rat families who used to live in the garden of the property in Shillong where my family and I have been living for over 14 years now.
A few years ago Mrs. Helen Nichols-Roy who owns the property engaged a contractor to construct an underground water tank in the vegetable garden. One morning a monster of a Larsen & Toubro bulldozer and excavator arrived and roared into the garden. Its steel arms broke the branches of the trees in its path as if they were dry twigs. The fencing and the stone terraces were all flattened. It then started to dig. At this point we and our neighbours watching the awesome operation discovered that three rat mothers were trying to cope with a terrifying crisis which they hadn’t obviously encountered at all until just a few minutes earlier. Their nests behind the stone walls had been torn apart. In each nest were tiny pink baby rats wriggling helplessly, oblivious of the fact that their survival chances were nil. Their shocked mothers frantically dashed about to protect their babies getting drenched in the rain. Then to the dismay of all watching the tragic drama, our two cats dashed across and ate up all the rats. My wife’s outraged scolding screamed above the noise to her cats was in vain. The mother rats must have realized they would be eaten next by our opportunist cats. They dashed off with their tails up in the air into the bushes beyond the garden area. The father rats were nowhere to be seen.
As I watched the rat mothers running away from the scene of incomprehensible shock and horror that had overtaken their village, the thought crossed my mind that what I was seeing was actually the experience of the majority of my people. Are not the majority of mothers in our villages and towns completely at a loss to know how to protect and save and raise their children? The crisis of many of them becomes all the more overwhelming because their husbands so often are totally unhelpful. In such a society people begin to think that to be opportunistic like the cats is normal. Only a minuscule few in our society who have become obscenely rich through ruthless corruption may think they are managing to handle change. But in reality they are disastrous examples of unsustainable solutions. Alas, they are the high profile role models in our society, and so many come to think to be shamelessly selfish is quite normal. Is it surprising our society is what it is now?
Can we do anything that can make a difference in our situation is always the question. It should be asked to keep us realistic. From my own experience I know that if we simply decide to be “The change you want to see in the world”, as Gandhiji put it, more things happen in unexpected ways than we can imagine or understand. There is a verse in the Gita that says we are to do what we know is our duty leaving the results in His hands. There is more in this truth than we realize.
I shall cite two statements of conviction and commitment given to the world from the Middle East.
The first one: Landrum Bolling was a scholar, journalist and a widely respected worker for peace between Israelis and Arabs. He wrote, “The real issue, significant for everyone, is whether the sterile negative of today’s life in the middle east, by which all men are imperiled, can be converted to a pattern of human co-operation not yet known or seen among men. This is not sentimental nonsense if we can believe that there are not hopeless situations, but only hopeless men.” The second one: In the third week of May this year the highly popular annual Euro- Vision musical extravaganza was held in Norway. An Israeli actress-singer and a Palestinian Arab actress singer sang together in the competition projecting their common dreams for their peoples. They were not strictly from within Europe. But that was not questioned by anybody. They did not win the first prize but they stole the show by their vibrant presence and their sheer courage in taking a common stand. They said they were taking part in the contest to signal to their own peoples and to the world their conviction that “There must be another way” and it could not be abandoned, the way of “acknowledgment of one another’s right to exist”, apologizing for the wounds and hurts inflicted to one another and “sharing” in the building of a common future. They were demonstrating what converting the “sterile negative of today’s life” in their devastated region to human co-operation would entail.
If there is to be another way, a better way, in all situations of prolonged disorder, distrust, vengeful hatred, despair and violence, the “sterile negative” in situations like ours in our region also has to be addressed with the seriousness that the problem deserves.
“Sterile” according to the dictionary means, “barren, fruitless, incapable of producing offspring, results, ideas…” Is not this barrenness, this pervasive sterility that breeds despair and evil, one of the explanations of our crisis also?
We should know in what ways we are a part of the sterility and learn simply to end it for the sake of our common future we must build together.
I shall conclude what I have tried to convey by restating the main points of my talk:
·The quality of our response to the challenges and needs in our crisis decides the quality of our people and our society. This dictum of history allows no concessions.
·Evil is born and it becomes malignant when normal human failures and shortcomings, or mistakes and wrongs done, are denied, defended or justified because of pride, fear or selfishness. Hurts not transformed are then transferred causing wider damage. “The most terrible process of all is not the war-making that takes lives and villages and towns, but the irrevocable damages to the majority who survive. The killing may stop … But societies undermined by distrust, and burdened with criminalized economies do not recover”. (Martin Wollacott, writing in 1998 on the disaster that overtook the former Yugoslavia).
· Sustainability of our ideas and plans for solutions to our problems depends on our acceptance of reality and the ethical, moral soundness of the values we live by.

LET’S GO TO VILLAGE &POWER TO PANCHAYATS

Without proper Devolution of Power to Panchayati Raj Institutions, Rural Development will remain a farcry in Manipur.___________ By-SeramNeken

Socio-political environment in Manipur during the past few decades had been infested with increased trust-deficit on the government, widening distance between the ruled and the rulers, conflicts between state and non-state actors, and burgeoning tensions among various communities. Amidst the unfavorable social atmosphere, real progress in economy, human resource and knowledge could neither be strived for nor achieved. However, during the past one year, the people of Manipur have begun to feel a course of social reconstruction under the so called ‘People’s Chief Minister’.
At the first stint of his rule, Shri N Biren Singh was able to bring about a meaningful solution to the ‘Churachandpur Imbroglio’ that had boiled the state for a long time. His another innovation aimed at recouping the lost ties came under the Mission ‘Go to Hills’. Really fruitful are the results of this Mission that the valley inhabitants are now experiencing free movement to the hill districts and the vice versa. There was a time when the valley dwellers were reluctant to visit the hill districts of Manipur due to communal tensions and for fear of anti-social elements. Such days are gone. During the recent ‘Sirui Festival’, Ukhrul was so heavily thronged with visitors from the valley that huge traffic congestion of Imphal-Ukhrul Road occurred on the eve of closure of the festival. Not only Ukhrul, but all other hill districts also wear a peaceful look nowadays. The reminiscence of ‘Emotional integrity’ between the hill and valley dwellers has begun to resurface on Manipur soil today. Credit goes to the BJP-led government of Manipur and its charismatic Chief Minister.
The quality of Parliamentary Democracy is measured by the amount of proximity between the people and their representatives. The closer the relation between the ruled and the rulers, the brighter will be the Democracy. Now, none can deny the fact that the people of Manipur in general have felt the presence of a People-friendly Government in Manipur. Trust-deficit on the government has diminished to a great extent. This is only because of the institutionalized mechanisms of ‘MeeyamgiNumeet’ and ‘Hill Leaders’ Day’ mooted by Shri N Biren Singh.
Amazingly, the Chief Minister of Manipur is never tired of meeting hundreds and hundreds of his subjects who approach him for one or the other amenities entitled to citizens. It has apparently become his way of life to listen to the people and help them grow. As a result of ‘MeeyamgiNumeet’ and ‘Hill Leaders’ Day’, many a good number of poor and helpless from the nook and corner of the state have been encouraged to live meaningful lives. One beautiful aspect of such a meet is that people from very remote villages brave the geographical hurdles to reach the Chief Minister’s Bungalow only to shower blessings and small-but-valued gifts from their villages. During the last seven decades since merger into India, none had ever dreamt of such a day when a Chief Minister of Manipur would personally attend to the poor and the helpless visitors to give a ray of hope in their lives. Even though other Ministers and MLAs do not heartily arrange ‘MeeyamgiNumeet’ at their premises, we can well claim that the Chief Minister is never tired of institutionalizing such regular rendezvous with his subjects, and general people’s faith on the Chief Minister is increasing day by day.
Moreover, the pro-poor health assistance schemes taken up by the Manipur Government in the form of ‘Chief MinistergiHakshelgiTengbang’ (CMHT), ‘Chief MinistergiSotharabasinggiTengbang’(CMST) etc. have been praised at every corner of the state.
In spite of all the positive images in governance, the State Government is still neglecting the grassroots level Democracy in the villages. The Panchayati Raj Institutions in Manipur are yet to be empowered in order to be able to serve the rural population. The concept of Devolution of Power to Panchayats is almost absent in Manipur today for obvious reasons. No doubt, the recently launched Mission entitled ‘Let’s go to village’ orchestrated by the BJP-led government in Manipur under the guidance of Chief Minister N. Biren Singh, has indeed activated and recharged the already lethargic and red-tapist administrative machinery to reach-out to the village population. Thanks to the incumbent Chief Minister of Manipur, who is now widely branded as ‘People’s Chief Minister’, for his innovative efforts in transforming the indisposed Manipur Society. However, the real success of the Mission lies in empowering the Panchayati Raj Institutions. It is not possible that the whole administrative machinery go to the villages daily to attend to the needs and grievances of the villagers. Instead, we must strive to empower the existing elected local bodies so that they serve the aspirations of the huge rural population that is ailing with poverty and ignorance. Panchayati Raj Institutions, by virtue of their constitutional status, are the vital components of government at the grassroots level. Local leaders are more conversed with the local issues than any other leaders of varied levels. Hence, power to Panchayats means power to villagers. Without proper Devolution of Power to Panchayati Raj Institutions, rural development will ever remain a far cry in Manipur.
Funds of various schemes such as Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) have not been released to implementing agencies regularly and on time. The amount of honorarium and other entitlements currently given to elected representatives in Panchayats are really embarrassing. Zilla Parishad Members who represent around 12,000 to 18,000 voters get an honorarium of Rs. 4000/- per month, while the Pradhans who represent around 3,000 to 5,000 voters are paid Rs. 3000/- as monthly honorarium. Ward members representing around 500 voters get a monthly honorarium of Rs. 1,000/-. In fact, the Panchayat representatives do not even get the minimum wages entitled to a manual labour under the Minimum Wages Act. It simply indicates that the State Government is neglecting the rural development aspect and the grassroots level democracy.
Regarding the Devolution of Power to the PRIs, Manipur is in the 23rd position in the Devolution of Power in Practice (DPr) of 25 states in India: (Ministry of Panchayati Raj; Devolution Report, 2014-15). This is highly discouraging. Bothin terms of Eleventh Schedule of the Constitution of India, and also the Manipur Panchayati Raj Act. 1994, the Panchayati Raj Institutions in Manipur are not suitably empowered. Hence, all other efforts aimed at village development will never be successful in the absence of a powerful Panchayati Raj system.Instead of yelling ‘Let’s go to village’, the government may initiate another Mission called ‘Power to Panchayats’for a sustained village development.

(The writer is Member, Imphal East Zilla Parishad)

RPF talks tough on forceful merger of Manipur to India; says murders, patricides, fratricides, rape crimes go uncontrolled

IT News
Imphal, June 6,

Proscribed group Revolutionary Peoples’ Front (RPF) blamed the forceful merger of the erstwhile nation state to the Indian union for the rapid rise of crime against women and children murders , patricides, fratricides etc.
A statement issued by the outfit’s Publicity Secretary Roben Khuman categorically recounts the series of problems arisen troubling the Manipur society in the aftermath of the merger to the Indian Union.
The statement said that social discrimination and distrust among different communities started taking deep roots while corruption has infected every sphere of life.
The statement said, “even though fake encounters staged by State Police and paramilitary forces declined considerably following intervention by Courts, many men in the productive age were shot or shot dead by unidentified persons. According to newspaper reports, 49 men were found dead in 2015.64 men were found dead in 2016 and 21 were found dead in 2017, till May.
“When men are killed, it is the women who suffer the most. All these suffering and miseries are consequences of repression and denial of human rights by the alien rule”,  the statement said.
It also added that different forms of violence against women which are typical to Indian society are now taking place in Manipuri society.
There have been numerous reports of abandoning/burying and burning dead bodies of women after raping them.
The situation has so degraded that it seems there is no one to protect women.
It usually takes 10 to 20 years for Courts to pass a verdict in rape or murder cases.
Just like in India where sons are always preferred to daughters, Manipur’ s sex ratio has been declining over the years.
The merger of Manipur into the Indian Union sowed seeds of distrust and animosity among different communities of the land who have been living together harmoniously since ages. Even though the indigenous communities have stepped back towards reconciliation, the alleged evil influence of India cannot be exorcised completely, Roben said.
It is a matter of grave concern that the alleged alien rule has succeeded in drawing a sharp line of division between haves and have knots in Manipuri society.
It is this division which paved the way for oppression and subjugation of the poor by the rich.
Any society afflicted by such division will see starvation and homelessness sooner rather than later, warned the publicity secretary.
Meanwhile, corruption has become a way of life for the rich.
Bribery is now a culture and more and more people are willing to compromise their dignity in exchange for some material benefits, he said.
When the whole society has been afflicted by such maladies, people would find it very difficult to distinguish what is wrong and what is right.
People would not be able to see things from the right perspectives.
Under such a grim situation, there would be very few people who can work in the larger interest of the society and the Nation.
Manipuri society is now passing through a very critical phase where the vast majority of people have lost the direction of their lives.
The sorry state of affairs prevailing in Manipur is an outcome of imposition of alien rule.
As such, economic, social and cultural measures would never be enough without political struggles to pull out Manipur from this labyrinth, he said.
All these maladies can never be cured until and unless Manipur is independent, Roben said and appealed to all the people to come forward and join the revolutionary movement being spearheaded by RPF with a conviction that all are duty bound to uproot the alien rule.

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Ayursundra Hospital to conduct next media clinic

By NJ Thakuria
Guwahati, June 6,

Ayursundra Super Specialty Hospital will conduct the next media OPD clinic at Guwahati Press Club on 9 June 2018, where Dr. Amitava Goswami DM (Gastroenterology) will be available for free consultations to the participants from 3.30 to 4.30 pm. Organized for the  benefit of press club members along with their dependants, the Saturday camp will also facilitate the participants to check their weight and blood pressure. Till date, the press club initiative titled ‘Evening with a Doctor’ has been supported by Down Town Hospitals, GNRC Hospitals, Apollo Hospitals, SIMS Hospital, Medanta Hospital, Manipal Hospital, Fortis
Hospital, Dispur Hospital, GATE Hospital, Hayat Hospital, Excelcare Hospital, Health City Hospital, Ayursundra Hospital, Narayana Hospitals, Wintrobe Hospital, Barthakur Clinic, Sun Valley Hospital,
Rahman Hospital, Sight First eye-clinic etc.

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