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Rinku Khumukcham

Rinku Khumukcham

Rinku Khumukcham, Editor of Imphal Times has more than 15+ years in the field of Journalism. A seasoned editor, was a former editor of ISTV News. He resides in Keishamthong Elangbam Leikai, with his wife and parents.

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National Dengue day observed

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Imphal, May 17: District Health Society of Imphal West observed National Dengue Day at Regional Health and Family welfare Training Centre, Lamphelpat today.

The day is observed as part of the national bector born disease control program.

Speakers at the program spoke on the symptoms and preventive measures to be taken up by the people against the spread of dengue.

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Intl. Day against Homophobia

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Imphal, May 17: International day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia was held today at the auditorium of Tribal Research Institute, here in Imphal.

The programme is organized jointly by the Humsafar trust, Mumbai and Department of Social Work, Indira Gandhi National Tribal University.

Education Minister Radheshyam graced the occasion as chief guest while Dr. Ng. Ngalengam, Director in charge of the IGNTU, Regional campus presided over the function. Dr. P Sarat, MLA nd Advisor to the Chief Minister of Manipur attended as Guest of honour.

Dr. Dhanabir Laishram Social Scientist, S. Premananda Sharma Vice President BJP Manipur Pradesh Abiram Mongjam Joint Director MACS and K. Saroja Deputy Director (training) Dept. of Social Welfare Govt. of Manipur attended the programme as special invitees.

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Nambashi public thank Assam Rifles

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Imphal, May 17: Residents of Nambashi and neighboring villages have thanked the E Coy 17th Assam Rifles of Kashung outpost camp in Kashung Khullen block of Ukhrul district for organizing a medical camp on May 14 last and providing free medicines, medical treatment and sports materials there.

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Moist warns state Labour department

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Imphal, May 17: Maoist Communist Party Manipur (MCPM) today said that labourer who are entitled to get benefit from the Labour and Employment department of the government of Manipur had been deprived of their right.

In a press statement the outfit said that a labourer who possessed cards from the department are entitled to get a sum of Rs. 10,000. As per information over 1000s had been provided the labour cards , however it has come to know that except some many of the card holders are not genuine labourers.

The outfit also alleged that the department has misappropriated a sum of Rs. 30,45,000/- in the name of conducting awareness campaign.

The Maoist said that the department should published the list of workers who were provided labour cards by any means to reach the people within 7 days and also make clarification on how they misappropriated the huge amount of money meant for the working class community.

 

 

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