Rabi Takhellambam

Rabi Takhellambam

Rabi Takhellambam, a resident of Kairembikhok Mayai Leikai, ThoubaI District has been in the field of Journalism for more than 10 years. Rabi, is well known for his reporting from Thoubal side and Indo-Myanmar border. Rabi is also a member of All Manipur Working Journalist Union, the parent body of Journalist Union in Manipur. He can be contacted by email at [email protected]

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Imphal, Aug 3:

Demanding to handover the Lhukhosei Zou drug haul case to CBI, volunteers of the Ningol Club started poster campaign today and staged protest at Heirok Part –II market. Ningol Club is a civil body formed by like minded ladies of the state to fight the social menace.

Speaking to reporters Secretary General of the Ningol Club Yaiphabi Ningthoujam said that government should act by understanding the sentiments of the people by handing over the case of drug lord kingpin  Lhukhosei Zou to Central Bureau of Investigation. She said that the government should not try to protect the drug lord who had attempted to spoil the society. She said Zou, the virus of the society should be punished as per the law of the land.

If the drug lord is not punished what is the use of the War on Drug , the Ningol Club secretary questioned.

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Imphal, Aug 1:

Local Meira Paibi and club members of Waithou area of Thoubal district seized huge quantity of foreign made cigarette worth around rupees 5.76 lakhs at Waithou Chiru Konjin area today morning at around 6.30 am. The foreign made cigarette ESSE Lights, made in Korea was ferrying in two four wheelers vehicle - a Gypsy bearing registration No. NM-04A-4121 and a numberless car. The seized cigarette was set ablaze by the local Meira Paibis and the club members.

Report said that the cigarette were carried by three persons including a couple identified as Mayengbam Utam Meitei (42) and his wife Mayengbam Sushita Leima (39) from Keithel Manbi Awang Leikai Andro and another person identified as Thangjam Kesho from Keithelmanbi Bazar.

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Imphal, July 30:

In view of the ongoing total lockdown in Manipur following the serious cases of COVID 19 Community Transmission since the last few days, the teachers of Kakching Khunou College, Umathel have prepared 200 bottles of Isopropyl Alcohol, Hydrogen Peroxide and Glycerol based Hand Rub Solution (200 ml capacity each) and distributed to the front line workers who are fighting COVID 19 in the Kakching District of Manipur. The hand sanitizers prepared by the college in the World Health Organization (WHO) recommended formulation has been distributed through the D.C. of Kakching District, S.P. of Kakching, Public Health Centre (PHC’s), Police Outposts through OC Waikhong, CDPO Sugnu, OC Wangoo Lamkhai, Kakching Khunou Police Outpost, Medical Officer Kakching Khunou PHC etc.

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Imphal, July 18:

One mid-sized Tockay Gecko  (Gekko gecko) a prized possession in the commercial black market of South-east Asia due to its alleged medicinal properties was released at Kakching Forest Reserve by the forest officials. The reptile was rescued by forest officials from the courtyard of one Kshetrimayum Chourajit of Kakching Laithagol Leikai in the evening after it started cackling in a loud noise scaring the family members and later reported for fear of being captured and sale by people. N.Munal Meitei, Range Forest Officer, while releasing the reptile said, there is no scientific proof for claims that the animal can cure diseases like AIDS, Hepatitis etc. He further urged people not to kill wild animals and inform forest officials when they venture into residential area.

It may be mentioned that Tockay Gecko is listed under Schedule IV of Wild life protection Act, 1972 and capturing or killing of the reptile will invite 3 years jail term or Rs 25,000 fine or both.

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