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William Gurumayum

William Gurumayum

William Gurumayum, Sub-Editor of Imphal Times is a resident of Sagolband Salam Leikai. He has been with Imphal Times since beginning. He also looks after the website and application of Imphal Times. An avid adventure lover, writes mostly travelogue.

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Good Friday celebrated

IT News

Imphal, April 21,

In the Christian faith, Good Friday - the Friday before Easter Sunday marks the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and the last day of the holy week, or Jesus’ last week of earthly life. In a nonpareil display of omnism and consonance, Moltuk Battalion of 26 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of IGAR (South) reached to the locals on the auspicious occasion of Good Friday. The soldiers along with locals paid their respect and remembered the sacrifice. Officers along with the troops visited the villages and met locals. This was followed by a church ceremony in village church of Phaisanjang and Molcham village. People in and around the villages attended the function.

The Company Commander of Phaisanjang and Molcham village along with persons from the Company attended the discourse by the local pastor. This was followed by a interactive session and vote of thanks. The event culminated with tea and snacks for all. The initiative of Moltuk Battalion was praised and applauded by the villagers.

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Assam Rifles commemorates Battle of Tengnoupal

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Imphal, April 21,

As part of the ongoing celebrations of the Platinum Jubilee of the Battle of Imphal, 26 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of IGAR (South) organized an event at the Tengnoupal War Cemetery to commemorate the Battle of Tengnoupal which was attended by the village chiefs, veterans, religious leaders and special guest Mr. Rahul Thapa, son of retired Rifleman Sarkidhan Thapa who fought as part of 4 Assam Rifles during the World War II. Wreath laying and homage was paid at the War Cemetery with a Guard of Honour and prayers were offered to the fallen heroes of WW II which was followed by the flagging in of the forty bikers from Royal Chandel Riders including Assam Rifles troops.

The historic significance of the Battle of Tengnoupal which once witnessed the fierce fighting between the Japanese and the British Army was emphasised upon by the officers of Tengnoupal Battalion. A cultural dance programme was hosted by the members of Tengnoupal Youth club and by the Kampang Khullen War Dance Troupe to add colour to this glorious event which was concluded with refreshments and tea for all the attendees.

 

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Khongjom Day rehearsal

DIPR
Thoubal April 20,

Full dress rehearsal for Khongjom Day Observance was held today at Khongjom War Memorial Complex, Khebaching, Thoubal.

Deputy Commissioner, Thoubal Smt. Haobam Rosita took stock of all arrangements being made for the observance of Khongjom Day on April 23.
The Deputy Commissioner inspected different venues including Martyr’s Memorial (hill-top), Paona Memorial (foot-hill), Khongjom River, Sankirtan Pandal, Main Pandal etc.
The Deputy Commissioner was pleased to see works being done in full swing and instructed concerned officers to ensure completion of all preparations on time. She also sought the cooperation of all concerned for successful Khongjom Day Observance.
The rehearsal was attended by civil and police officers and DLOs.

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Polling personnel dispatch for re- poll at Senapati

DIPR
Senapati, April 17,
 With the recommendation of CEO, Manipur, the District Election Officer Senapati has dispatch 54 Polling Personnel and 528 Security Personnel for the 17th Lok Sabha Election Re- poll to 11 Polling Station today at 1: 30 P.M. from the Dispatching Ground.
The re- poll will be held in the 47-  Karong (ST) Assembly Segment polling station 47/1- Koide (1) and 47/37- Kdom Khavii; in 48- Mao (ST) Assembly Segment, the polling station 48/ 11- Chawainu, 48/ 20- Songsong (B), 48/ 32- Makhel Keibi (A), 48/ 33 Makhel Keibi (B), 48/ 40- Tungam Khullen (D), 48/ 53 – Tungjoy (D), 48/ 65- Laii (A), 48/ 68- Laii (C); and, in the 49- Tadubi (ST) Assembly Segment, the polling station 49/ 10- Tadubi (A- 1).
Taking the utmost care, the DEO, Senapati has appointed most of the SDO’s of the District as the PRO. 7 micro- observers and 9 Sector Magistrates are also deployed. 9838 voters would be casting their vote for re- poll tomorrow in their own respective polling stations.

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