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Imphal. Nov 19: Namdunlong (NYC) has defeated Pantilong (PYC) by 6 -0 goal in the pre quarter round of the Xth Zadonang Memorial Football Tournament 2016 being underway at THAU ground Thangmeiband. In the 2nd match played between Chingmeirong (CRYC) and Chinikon (CYC) , CRYC defeated CYC by 6-5 goal. In tomorrow pre quarter round match Gaiouinam (GUFA) will clash with Longmai (LBYC) in the first round and Kalalong (KYC) will clash with Chingkhulong (CYDA).

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Road leading to Shija Hospitals & NIT needs urgent repair

Dear Sir,
The road stretch from Lamphel Super Market to Meitei Langol is in a considerably deplorable condition which causes untold hardships to the commuters. This around 3-km stretch lying within the Uripok Assembly Constituency serves as an important passage, not only for the inhabitants of Meitei Langol in Imphal West district, but also for the emergency patients visiting the reputed Shija Hospitals and Research Institute (SHRI), and the students and faculties of the lone National Institute of Technology (NIT).
NIT, Langol is a newly established institute of repute under the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development, where hundreds of students from all over the country particularly the north eastern Indian states study in various courses. Officials from other states of India and abroad frequently visit the Institute for administrative purposes. So as to develop the NIT situated in this low-lying land upto the compatible standard in order to attract students from outside the state, and also to enhance its image in this country, the state government needs to maintain an accessible roadway.
On the other hand, as everyone knows the Shija Hospitals and Research Institute (SHRI) has been serving as an important healthcare institute in the north east India. Patients suffering from grave ailments, particularly of emergency nature are always referred to this Institute as a credible treatment centre. Patients not only from within the state, but also from other states and neighboring countries particularly Myanmar visit the SHRI for seeking healthcare services. Moreover, a large number of employees including Doctors and Nurses are working in this healthcare facility. It is feared that emergency patients plying on this uncared road are most likely to succumb before they reach the hospital premises.
Besides these, government employees and businessmen resident at Meitei Langol area use the road stretch from Langol leading to the heart of Imphal city on daily basis.

Considering all the aforesaid facts and circumstances, I would like to draw the attention of the state Public Works Department (PWD), Local MLA of the area, authorities of Shija Hospitals and the NIT at Langol to urgently look into the matter and make arrangements for necessary repair of the already dilapidated road from Lamphel Super Market to Meitei Langol. Neglect of developmental works on this highly significant road will be construed as total disregard of the health and education sector in the state, and also the residents of Meitei Langol by the state government and the local MLA. The dual institutes of Shija Hospitals and the NIT at Langol have a big responsibility to pursue the matter with the authority concerned. Hoped the matter would be resolved at the earliest.
With regards,
Seram Neken
Singjamei Kshetri Leikai, Imphal

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Open Letter to Director RIMS

Revoke the inappropriate focus and suspension of a single doctor
Sir ,
We know that a lot of staffs including PGs , Nurses , blood bank , Anaesthetist and senior Gynaecologist were involved in the care of the patient who unfortunately died recently leaving 2 young children . This happened in a very busy Obstetrics and Gynae department where most of the times, the number of patients presenting and those who are currently being admitted, outweighs the available resources and thus constantly imposed a huge challenge in proving high standard of care.
In a hugely concerning fact , this is a centre where there is huge failings within the prevailing systems e.g non-availability to even performed an ECG to even one of the institute own’s professor while he was having a heart attack .
I sincerely believed in the current prevailing system with the available facilities and resources , the final outcome of the unfortunate patient most likely won’t have changed and would continue to be a serious threat to all patients . This is especially when we know that a caring and highly trained individuals like Dr Trinity Meetei has been involved as part of a team who look after the unfortunate patient. Please note that Dr Trinity himself was involved in another emergency ( life saving ) surgery for a patient when all these events unfolded .
I believed it must be very challenging for the concerned authorities to face the immense pressure from the patient’s relative who just have lost one of their loved ones . I think it is natural for them to want some form of justice and an explanation for the loss of their loved one. But the suspension of Dr Trinity and of only one doctor, as a form of delivering justice looks like a very hastily taken decision and that also in front of cameras that have been widely circulated in the public. I believed there is no formal charges that has been given to Trinity as a reason for the suspension , which is in itself may reflect a non-thorough enquiry . I believed that Trinity and the patient and her family, are a victim of a ‘system’ that needs to seriously introspect and look for means to change and improved. An honest and a serious re-examining of the current practices are need of the hour , such that no further incidences happened to patients and involved doctors who I sincerely believed have done as much as they could within the available resources and existing structure . RIMS is teaching institute and its actions have severe implication to everyone especially to the Patients and to its trainees.
The present actions of RIMS authorities in its attempt to bring swift action to the sad incident, is instead giving a dangerous and serious picture of having victimised a ‘single doctor’, when many other individuals are involved and seems to have completely ignored the ‘system Inadequacies’ that seems to have directly resulted in death of the patient . It is unlikely Dr Trinity and his team could have done anything differently in the ‘prevailing circumstances’, to improved the patient’s outcome and should not seek to liable only a single individual . If the ‘ prevailing system’ and the same ‘process of suspension’ continues then it is likely for more sinister events to continue , leading to worsening of the morale of the already stressed staffs without addressing the bigger threat to everyone . This can lead to further similar incidences thereby worsening the deteriorating patient-doctor relationship . Lets request our concerned authorities which I know has the same objective of better healthcare and better working environment for all the staff, to please focus improving education and bring changes to the existing infrastructure and avoid further harm to patients and its staff . I hope the RIMS authorities who comprised of my beloved teachers and seniors , to please consider removing the career destroying and inappropriate suspension order to Trinity and provide ample support to him and his family . I sincerely believed one of the best means of RIMS giving justice to its patients and its staff, is by introspecting into the current system and implementing patient-centred changes that would prevent further such tragic incidences.


Thanking you all.
Elangbam Bishwajeet
Former RIMS Medical Student

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Book Review: Unrest in Northeast India is due to political terrorists

By: Mohen Naorem

Book : At War : Four Pillars of Falsehood and Public of Republic
Hardcover : 246 pages
Publisher : Nishan Publisher;
First Edition Edition (2015)
Language : English ISBN-10:8193011902
ISBN - 13:978-8193011904

This book is the first of its kind which documents the failure of democracy in India and the authors expresses deep desire to acknowledge the truth, stands for truth, spread the truth to liberate the people from post British Slavery and confer upon them “Civic Sovereignty”.The book “At War” Four Pillars of Falsehood and Public of Republic, justifies that Executive, Judiciary, Legislature and the Press are Four Pillars of Falsehood. As each one of these institutions has been achieving exactly the opposite for which they pretend to be striving for. After Independence, Northeast States were accorded step motherly treatment in the Constitution of India. Nehruvian integration through the Assam model was another historic blunder as it considered Assam to be the last outpost of the Indian Civilization in the east, followed by giving away Manipur’s Kabaw valley to Myanmar without consulting the people of Manipur. Naga issue could have solved a long time back if Dictator Nehru studied the political history of Naga Hills, Assam and Manipur. The failed meeting of 1953 seemed to indicate that no more room left for a compromise or even talks between the Government of India and the Naga leaders. Today, entire Northeast is suffering and with the divide and rule policy of successive Seven of India’s Northeastern states facing insurgency since last 60 years in one form or the other, 23 of its states facing left wing extremism, state of Punjab burnt in this fire for a decade and Kashmir continues to simmer in the heat of this war, that state never wants to win but continue, since it provides strongest excuse for using militia with impunity and sustain proxy war of state against its civil society. The authors blame Nehru politicizing Indian army and using it to silence the political dissent in the State of Assam against Naga Hills. Even after freedom from British Colonial rule, the colonial Indian military raised on the principles of divisive politics to enslave the natives, turned into effectively handy tool, use Sikhs against Nagas in Nagaland, Gurkhas against Meeteis in Manipur and everyone against Muslims in Kashmir. Kabaw valley was handed over to Burma (Myanmar), without consulting the people of Manipur and in return Nehru gifted the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) of 1958 to the entire Northeastern States of India, which empowers even a Lance Naik to shoot and kill anyone on mere suspicion that he may disturb public order, arrest any person under the garb of reasonable suspicion and enter any premises without search warrant. In fact, living with this law is living under the barrel of gun with death just a bullet away. “No Appeal, “No Argument”, No Advocates” but gory street of death for freedom of expression in the state propounded as  World’s largest democracy.  “At War” Four Pillars of Falsehood and Public of Republic is contemporary history of crisis in India, with tales from conflict and persecution, unleashed upon the people of this nation by authoritative state, as witnessed and analyzed by a frontline operational insider.
The authors states that post British India is engulfed in perpetual war of state on its own public of republic as a design of governance to preserve power formation that functions on the principles  of presenting falsehood as the gospel truth and continue unhindered economic exploitation.  In Manipur, 1528 cases of fake encounters, and another hundred more are missing from the Police and Army custody. Authors warned that the biggest threat to the lives and liberty of people of post British India comes from the work culture of police, paramilitary and military, with lives being devoured with impunity. These victims depend on “Judiciary”, the last hope of those, who believe to live within frame work of rule of law. The authors advocates that the only direct and indirect beneficiaries of spiraling crime and corruption, turned to be Police and Judiciary – thus flourishes the mutual relationship between crime and “Pillars of Falsehood”. The book is a firsthand account and analysis of tragic events of the role played by police and armed forces, functioning of which provokes conflict, and prepares fertile ground for terrorism and insurgency to prosper and vicious cycle of violence through retributive justice continues, with a heavy price being paid by common man with his life and liberty in peril. The authors blames that “Executive” pillar of democracy, manned by dumb babus of IAS/IPS without any domain expertise, devoid of problem solving aptitude and devoid of organizing abilities. Ironically, most of the babus posted in the Northeast states don’t know the geographical and political history of the region. The author have worked as a front line operation officer of BSF and posted in the towns and villages of North, Northeast and Western India. This book represents the eyewitness account of the grotesque scenes of violence as a fall out of ill trained criminalized militia.
The author also suggest to liberate citizens from the shackles of colonial laws and institutions and redefine citizen’s relationship with the state, that of a sovereign, the independent, to whom every state actor is directly accountable. In the book, a chapter titled, “The Freedom of 1947- Plot, Traitors and treacheries” exposed everything which needs to be informed to the youths of Nation. Masses that had played foot soldiers with huge sacrifices were overnight transformed from Colonial slaves to petitioners at the mercy of autocratic power formation assumed by Nehru. This book highlighted the pitfalls and tales of existing Indian institutions in general and armed forces and their role in particular, in provoking the ongoing political crisis into full blown insurgent violence in the Country.  This is an honest effort to inform the common man “why it is happening” and to prepare public opinion as a sequel to the campaign for much needed radical but democratic structural changes India has been longing for!
The Writer may be contacted at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Sunday Health Care : Breast Cancer - 2

What are the causes of breast cancer?

Experts are not sure what causes breast cancer. It is hard to say why one person develops the disease while another does not. We know that some risk factors can impact on  a woman’s likelihood of developing breast cancer.
Getting older – the older a woman gets, the higher is her risk of developing breast cancer’ age is a risk factor. Over 80% of all female breast cancers occur among women aged 50+years (after the menopause).
Genetics – women who have a close relative who has/had breast or ovarian cancer are more likely to develop breast cancer. If two close family members develop the disease, it does not necessarily mean they shared the genes that make them more vulnerable, because breast cancer is a relatively common cancer.

The majority of breast cancers are not hereditary.
Women who carry the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes have a considerably higher risk of developing breast and/or ovarian cancer. These genes can be inherited. TP53, another gene, is also linked to greater breast cancer risk.
A history of breast cancer – women who have had breast cancer, even no-invasive cancer, are more likely to develop the disease again compared to women who have no history of the disease.
Having had certain types of breast lumps – women who have had some types of benign (non-cancerous) breast lumps are more likely to develop cancer later on. Examples include atypical ductal hyperplasia or lobular carcinoma in situ.
Dense breast tissue – women with denser breast tissue have a greater chance of developing breast cancer.
Estrogen exposure – women who started having periods earlier or entered menopause later than usual have a higher risk of developing breast cancer. This is because their bodies have been exposed to estrogen for longer. Estrogen exposure begins when periods start, and drops dramatically during the menopause.
Obesity – post menopausal obese and overweight women may have a higher risk of developing breast cancer. Experts say that there are higher levels of estrogen in obese menopausal women, which may be the cause of the higher risk.
Alcohol consumption – the more alcohol a woman regularly drinks, the higher her risk of developing breast cancer is.
Radiation exposure – undergoing X-rays and CT scans may frequently raise a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer lightly. Scientists at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center found that women who had been tr4ated with radiation to the chest for a childhood cancer have a higher risk of developing breast cancer. HRT (hormone replacement therapy) – both forms, combined and estrogen only HRT therapies may increase a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer slightly. Combined HRT causes a higher risk.
Diagnosing breast cancer
Women are usually diagnosed with breast cancer after a routine breast cancer screening or after detecting certain signs and symptoms and seeing their doctor about them.
If a woman detects any of the breast cancer signs and symptoms described above, she should speak to her doctor immediately. The doctor will carry out a physical exam, and then refer the patient to a specialist if he/she thinks further assessment is needed.
Some diagnostic tests and procedures for breast cancer:
Breast exam – the physician will check both the patient’s breast, looking out for lumps and other possible abnormalities such as inverted nipples, nipple discharge or change in breast shape. The patient will be asked to sit/stand with her arms in different positions, such as above her head and by her sides. This supplemented by a complete clinical history.
X-ray (mammogram) – commonly used for breast cancer screening. If anything unusual is found, the doctor may order a diagnostic mammogram, FNAC, Core cut biopsy, excision – biopsy etc. Breast self-exam.
Adult women of all ages are encouraged to perform breast self-exams at least once a month. Johns Hopkins Medical center states, “Forty percent of diagnosed breast cancers are detected by women who feel a lump, so establishing a regular breast self-exam is very important.”

Dr. Ajit Lukram
MBBS, DNB Gen Surgery
Conslutant GI & Gen. Surgeon
Fellow Colorectal, Breast & Endocrine, Carlisle, United Kingdom

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Sunday Health Care : Breast Cancer

Dr. Ajit Lukram
MBBS, DNB Gen Surgery
Conslutant GI & Gen. Surgeon
Fellow Colo rectal, Breast & Endocrine, Carlisle, United Kingdom

What is breast cancer?
Breast cancer is a kind of cancer that develops from breast cells. Breast cancer usually starts off in the inner lining of milk ducts or the lobules that supply them with milk. A malignant tumor can spread to other parts of the body. A breast cancer that started off in the lobules is known as lobular carcinoma, while one that developed from the ducts is called ductal carcinoma.
The vast majority of breast cancer cases occur in females. This article focuses on breast cancer in women. Breast cancer is the most common invasive cancer in females worldwide. It accounts for 16% of all female cancers and 22.9% of invasive cancers in women. 18.2% off all cancer deaths worldwide, including both males and females are from breast cancer.

Breast cancer rates are much higher in developed nations compared to developing ones. There are several reasons for this, with possibly life-expectancy being one of the key factors-breast cancer is more common in elderly women; women in the richest countries live much longer than those in the poorest nations. The different lifestyles and eating habits of females in rich and poor countries are also contributory factors, experts believe. The breast, like any other part of the body, consists of billions of microscopic cells. These cells multiply in an orderly fashion-new cells are made to replace the ones that died.
In cancer, the cells multiply uncontrollably and there are too many cells progressively more and more than there should be.
Cancer that begins in the lactiferous duct (milk duct), known as ductal carcinoma, is the most common type. Cancer that begins in the lobules, known as lobular carcinoma, is much less common.
What is the difference between invasive and non-invasive breast cancer?
Invasive breast cancer – the cancer cells break out from inside the lobules or ducts and invade nearby tissue. With this type of cancer, the abnormal cells can reach the lymph nodes and eventually make their way to other organs (metastasis), such as the bones, liver or lungs. The abnormal (cancer) cells can travel through the bloodstream or the lymphatic system to other parts of the body; either early on in the disease, or later.
Non-invasive breast cancer – this is when the cancer is still inside its place of origin and has not broken out. Lobular carcinoma in situ is when the cancer is still inside the lobules, while ductal carcinoma in situ is when they are still inside the milk ducts. “In situ” means “in its original place”. Sometimes, this type of breast cancer is called “pre-cancerous”, this means that although the abnormal cells have not spread outside their place or origin, they can eventually develop into invasive breast cancer.

What are the signs and symptoms of breast cancer?

A symptom is only felt by the patient and is described to the doctor or nurse, such as a headache or pain. A sign is something the patient and others can detect, for example, a rash or swelling.
The first symptoms of breast cancer are usually an area of thickened tissue in the woman’s breast or a lump. The majority of lumps are not cancerous; however, women should get them checked by a health care professional.
According to the National Health Service, UK, women who detect any of the following signs or symptoms should tell their doctor:

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True love dies on earth, re-born in Heaven

By- Arun M.A
Once upon time there was a butterfly, it was self beautified by yellowish golden colour. The Butterfly was very selfish, cruel and stone hearted. It was having habit of sucking the fragrantic sweetness of beautiful flowers and also it is terrific that it was destroying them with no kind concern, daily it was destroying many flowers.
One fine day in a peaceful morning, the butterfly went in its daily routine i.e. in search of flowers, around a yard of this beautiful earth and Suddenly wonderful naturally decorated garden came to its sight which was full of greenery .The selfish Butterfly felt very happy, entered garden and it started flying around the garden with its bad thoughts and destroying flowers .Unfortunately Butterfly saw beautiful pink rose with diamond water droplets on its softy petals and it was looking very innocent and different among all the flowers, Butterfly never seen this type of flower in its life and it said itself “Oh! What gorgeous flower it is!” and no more it remained itself. And it returned home with unsatisfactory and it was confused and asked itself “why I not sucked the fragrantic sweetness of that beautiful flower?”And it decided that it must suck the sweetness of flower next morning without fail. Next morning it went to the same garden and sat infront of the flower for the whole day without sucking the sweetness of it again returned home with lot of hunger and thirst and it again decided the same thing and went infront of flower after a while, Flower observed its madness and asked, “……….Oh ! Beautiful Butterfly why you are looking me like that, the whole day?” the Butterfly replied, I don’t know why? (Beautiful conversation of Butterfly and flower)
Flower said: Oh! Cruel Butterfly, why you are not sucking the fragrantic sweetness of mine and killing me? Like others you do!
Butterfly: Oh! You beautiful innocent rose, I something feel about you .I changed my life and I want to become innocent like you.
Flower: You have to suck me because I think I will be no more in this dream land …………….
Butterfly: No I can’t and don’t force me. (It went back to home) Butterfly started its new life with full of humble, kindness it left its cruelty and it felt itself that it was in love with that beautiful rose, it decided to propose the rose on next morning .
(The Beauty and innocentness of rose changed the Butterfly’s life it means the pure love towards the rose change its life)
Next morning, it was very happy and went meet its love and with full of dreams…………But sadly someone have plucked the flower ,crushed and thrown on a floor (ground) The Butterfly saw that heart breaking moment with full of tears in its eyes and the sky was also Dark .Sky also started Crying (Raining)……… (The Butterfly sat near the dead body of its lovely rose)
Butterfly cried with full of sorrow and said …………!
“Oh! Beautiful Rose …. I truly love you very much…… today I am with full of sorrow, with whom I have to share you have slept dead and cold. Oh! Beautiful Rose you will be in my heart till the Beats of my heart stop Oh! Beautiful Rose I love you forever and there is no reason in my life for which I should live ……..”With full of tears the tears of Butterfly felt on the Body of Rose, luckily Rose was having little Breadth in it slightly opened its eyes with heavy pain it said “Butterfly. I listened what you told till now. I am very happy though I am in the bed of Death… “Where you had gone, I am waiting for the Death I moan” I love you too…….
After this the Butterfly was full with sorrow and it can’t forget rose which it loved. Day by day it become very ill and lastly it died.
And they both Butterfly and Rose again met in the Heaven and Said “Our love Died on Earth but re-born in Heaven”

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Why insane statement to Ismat – the class XII topper?

Sir,
    The editor of one evening newspaper questions on ‘Ismat becoming the topper of CBSE 12th class in 2012’ by making some illogical and insane statements. It shows his animosity and jealousy towards Ismat on the personal level. But at the professional level, it shows that the editor is not compatible with his job and his baseless and wrong statements rather pose questions to himself about his credibility and personality.
    He quoted that Ismat was so weak in study and could not have been the board topper. We wonder how would he justify his statements when Ismat before becoming all India topper held the extraordinary records like-
    1. He was one among the five topmost position holders of CBSE 10th class of northeast region but held 2nd position in Manipur.
    2. He was the topper in the entrance test to Sainik school Imphal (for students in Northeast region and Bhutan) and secured the highest mark ever.
    These days we hope he will bring more achievements to us. On the other hand, even if he is weak in study now, his weakness can’t justify those statements of the editor. Because of the logical facts can easily prove that any board topper won’t be able to pass even the 1st semester exam of undergraduate course without studying them properly? So we conclude logically that this editor is not a qualified graduate because he believes that a board topper can pass graduate exams without studying them and needs to top in all further courses. One thing the treacherous editor should know is that St. Stephen’s college is the only college under Delhi University which interviews the admission seekers based on his/her academic values.
    Many a times, board toppers including from Manipur didn’t get through the interview. It’s a college which could put even the name of CBSE 12th class topper of 2013 in the waiting list for admission. The editor should have written these facts and also mentioned that Ismat passed the interview test in St. Stephen’s College.
    The editor even wrongly quoted the amount Manipur government awarded to Ismat. He wrote 10 lakhs which is double the amount Ismat got. What an incompatible editor he is! We will be pleased to know which institution gave him the degree to become an editor of a newspaper.
Yours
Er Farooque Khan


(Editor’s note: “Imphal Times” is not the paper that carries the news item)

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An Open letter from a father to daughter

My loving daughter,
Seeing their children grown up is indeed proud moment for every parent. The achievement you earn during you school days as a result of your hard work is a bonus. Because of you I am now a proud father and your mother can’t wait telling your success story to her friends, family and relatives. We know other daughters had shown much more excellent performances then you. But we are not jealous of them we are very much satisfied to the hard work you have harness to make your parents smile.
As of now you have make us proud. My dearest daughter you might not know how much we care for you, how much we love you and you wouldn’t believed that whatever me and your mother has been doing is for you and you little sister. As you have completed your higher secondary schools now you will be in college in the next couple of days. And you have only 3 + 2 years left to reach your destiny. Being a typical father who hardly gets extra time to share with you besides my lack of proper understanding to the present education scenario, me and your mother have left everything to your own to decide on what your future will be. Some says that is the right thing that we did but I, as a father still have regret for not being a capable father like those father of your friends.
This write up should be in between you and me. My father had done once. That was the time when pens were used and letters were sent through postal service.
But the situation is no more same, these days you people are somewhat over 80% more advance then us. But imagine, it is only in this 20 plus some years that the world is changing too fast and you are in the most competitive era perhaps in the history of this world.
The next few days you will be in college. You will be meeting different types of people among whom you had never met. These are exciting times for you: finishing higher secondary school, going to college, moving out on your own, starting a career, paying your own way, dating, marriage, having kids. The possibilities are endless. But, I’m not going to lie. At times, life is going to get rough. It’s inevitable; however, it’s all in how you handle the stress of life that determines whether or not you will succeed. Having a negative attitude toward the stress and being pessimistic will not, I promise you, resolve anything. Taking deep breaths, keeping an optimistic attitude and developing a character that doesn’t quit will take you much further in life than anyone tells you.
I remember those days when you were ready to come in this world. When every parents pray for male child, I pray the almighty to give me the most kind hearted daughter who have great respect for elders coupled with brilliant brain.
 That moment of your birth was the day I realized that I wasn’t alone in the universe. I had you. Now as you are grown up, I can only hope you learn to find the good in yourself. People will disappoint you. It’s in their nature. It’s the ones who disappoint you, own up to it, apologize and never do it again that are worth keeping around. At the same time, be careful with whom you choose to associate and don’t be so naïve to believe that you can trust just anyone. Love yourself and don’t allow anyone to make you feel less of a person through their words or actions. You, and you alone, are in control of your emotions and well-being. By allowing someone else to taint your self-worth, you give them power over you.
You have potential for great things. Your love of children and kids with special needs is one of the things that make you amazing.
You’re now officially an adult, but that definition goes far beyond just being a number, don’t be hurry in becoming one, because being an adult means being responsible with all aspects of your life.
If someone gives you constructive criticism, don’t assume they’re being critical. Take it for what it is and smile. It may be the best advice you ever receive.
Even though we won’t be able to stay with you during your college days, a huge milestone in your life, you are surrounded by people who would each give their own lives to protect you and keep you safe. None of us want to see you fall, fail or get hurt. Your family is forever.
Follow your dreams. Never give up on something you desperately want. Ever.
Don’t make the same mistakes me and your mother has made in life.
You are my first-born. You are love and all things good in my heart. When you hurt, I hurt. When you have joy, I have joy.

With lot of loves

Papa

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Football match

Imphal, May 28: Noney Battalion under the aegis of Loktak Brigade of Red Shield Division, conducted a friendly Football Match with local youth of neighboring village at Lamdangmei Football Ground  on 27 May 16.  The opportunity was used to info youths about measures to be taken for maintaining physical fitness.  They were also told about various employment opportunities available in Defence Forces.

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