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Items filtered by date: Monday, 26 February 2018 - Imphal Times - A Daily Eveninger

The perfect leader


Not every human being is good. Some have criminal mind, some habitual offenders, some never bother for the suffering of others. Only few are beyond these perception and these few people are the one who will be remembered by the future generation. Fame and fortune by committing abusive activism fooling others will not last long. Everybody knows that, yet people of the contemporary days never bother what the future will say about them. One thing most believed is that – Live a life with comfort and luxury is the need of today’s contemporary society, Who cares after death? After all there is no guarantee that we will have a next live or not? If it does happen who cares, nobody is going to remember what they did in their last live. It is this perception that people of today did every odd thing to make huge money using any means even to the cost of somebody’s live.

But thinking about next live is not what we actually should care? It is about our children and grandchildren we should be worried about? Comfort and luxury we brought to them doing things against the society may bring them some happiness but when they are left to live alone the dignity that they used to receive under the protection of their forefather cannot be guaranteed. The Manipuri saying “Huranbagi tarani mapugee nongma” which literally means that one day the mischief will surely be caught if he could bear with it for ten days, is a defecto  element that that will haunt the life of their descendants. Once if the people started exposing the dirty criminal activism practice by them to comfort their children has been exposed the effort will be of no use. The very justified answer to his activities “ it is all for my children” will go in vain. The so call children at which he had tried to make happy will surely start blaming at them on the very moment when the people started talking the misdeeds of them.
Point being put up here is to remind our fellow politicians and bureaucrats to do good things so that their children could live with dignities in the future. Their corrupt behaviours to make their children happy might bring their children living a frustrated live. It will be wrong to consider this piece of writing as an advice but we have seen many. Everyone knows how some of the politicians had tried to admit their sons or daughter to medical institution using false means, It is still a talk on how some of them had mischievously acquired land or there is still a talk on how some top bureaucrats or head of institution had appointed their sons or daughters from the back door. All they did may have been because of their love for their children. But the misdeed are still a talk and people still laugh seeing their young ones enjoying with what they had done. Till today it may be okay but the next generation will certainly threw them out from the clutch of humanity. Do good if you want your children respect after you are no longer with them.  

CM attends to about 380 complaints on joint Hill Leaders’ Day and Meeyamgi Numit

Govt’s performance satisfactory towards bringing development in the State: CM

Imphal, Feb. 26: Hundreds of people turned up on the joint Hill Leaders’ Day and Meeyamgi Numit to air their grievances to the Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh at CM’s Secretariat today.  
The Chief Minister attended to as many as about 380 complaints and personally met nearly 800 people from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
On the sideline of the programme, Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh told the media persons that the performance of the new government is satisfactory towards bringing development in the State. Mentioning that after the government launched new welfare and health schemes for disabled persons and needy people of the State, Chief Minister said that the number of grievances/people on Meeyamgi Numit and Hill leaders’ day has been reduced drastically and it is a sign of positive change in the State. People might have benefited from the newly introduced schemes, he added.
Stating that he would continue to hold Meeyamgi Numit and Hill Leaders’ Day until the problems faced by the people aren’t solved, Chief Minister said that such meetings offer an opportunity to hear the grievances and problems faced by the people personally. Chief Minister said that grievances regarding health and disabled people has been lessen however many people came for financial assistance for self employment. Officials of various banks including SBI and Manipur Rural Bank are being deputed to assist those people who need financial help/loans. During the meeting, Chief Minister directed the SBI officials to offer loans to needy and poor people and also asked the officials to reduce the loan processing time, if possible. Chief Minster said that officials of Health department have been deployed to issue the health card under the CM-gi Hakshelgi Tengbang scheme.

On the occasion, Chief Minister said that a group of doctors who got selected as Medical Officer recently conducted by the MPSC came today to appreciate the government’s efforts towards maintaining transparency in the recruitment of various posts in government departments. Such appreciation towards the government is indeed a proud moment and very rare, he added. The newly selected Medical Officers also assured the Chief Minister that they would work sincerely and would love to work in remote and hill areas of the State.
Shri N. Biren Singh informed the media that around 80-100 projects would be inaugurated/launched from March 1 to 15 as part of the first anniversary celebration of the BJP-led State Government in the State. He said that Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh would visit the State on March 14 to attend the anniversary celebration that falls on March 15, 2018. The Chief Minister also said that he would also seek a confirmation of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s visit to the State. Prime Minister Narendra Modi would lay the foundation stone for Sports University, inaugurate Ministerial Block of Civil Secretariat, Dolaithabi and Thoubal Project etc. He would also seek permission of Prime Minister to lay the foundation stone for the construction of Regional Football Academy in the State during his visit. He also stated that the government would install flood lights in the Khuman Lampak Main Statdium soon and would upgrade the seating capacity of the Main Stadium, Khuman Lampak.
It may be mentioned that due to the 4th session of the 11th Manipur Legislative Assembly, the “Hill Leader’s Day” and “Meeyamgi Numit” scheduled to be held on 10th and 15th February, 2018, was rescheduled today.

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Nemcha Kipgen calls on spiritual leader Shri Shri Ravi Shankar

Bengaluru, Feb. 26: Social Welfare and Cooperation Minister      Smt. Nemcha Kipgen calls on spiritual leader Shri Shri Ravi Shankar at The Art of Living International Center during her recent visit to the IT city.
During the meeting, the Minister puts forward various achievements of the BJP-led Government under the dynamic leader, Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh and emphasized that the government is extending every possible assistance, especially to the poor and needy people, by introducing various Welfare Schemes and Programme to uplift their lives towards betterment. The Minister seeks advice and suggestions from Shri Shri Ravi Shankar for a peaceful co-existence amongst different ethnic groups of the state, with a firm belief, that mental peace is the most important solution towards the development of the state.
Exploring the Art of Living International Center, Minister was enthralled after witnessing the well-equipped facilities of the Center spreading across various acres of land with world class facilities. She felt that there are many facilities that can be adopted in the state to improve our economy.

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Mega blood donation camp cum awareness programme held


Thoubal, Feb 26: A mega blood donation camp cum awareness camp was held today at the premises of Popular Youth Club Khangabok Part 3 , Makha Leikai in Thoubal district. The blood donation camp was organised by Association of Voluntary Blood Donor’s Manipur Thoubal District Branch in association with Club Thoubal Greater Centurion, members of a group called Eramdamgee mapao formed in social networking site WhatsApp and Blood Transfusion units of RIMS and NHM.
The blood donation camp was organised in connection with the State Players’ Day under the theme Give Blood to Our Manipur State Players with Khelo India. Around 80 persons donated blood on the occasion. Dr.O.Geetchandra ,Haematologist Dr.Sanjoy and Nabakumar TC, spoke as resource person during the awareness camp held on the occasion.

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One Day seminar on Natural Capital for local economics held at MU

Imphal, Feb 26: One Day Seminar on “Natural Capital for Local Economics” held yesterday at Court Hall of Manipur University. The seminar is organised by Manipur Institute of Technology (MIT) & Biodiversity Ecology & Environment Network Manipur (BEENET Manipur) in concomitant with 11th Foundation Day of BEENET Manipur. The Seminar is aimed at stepping in the exploration of potential of Natural Capital that the land’s indigenous people have been living with inseparably as interdependence, issues of safeguarding the natural capital for generation to come and to invite attentions of all stakeholders especially the state’s policy makers whose visionary initiative is of the utmost importance.
Professor Adya Prasad Pandey, Vice-Chancellor, Manipur University graced the inaugural function as Chief Guest. Prof. N. Rajmuhon Singh, Dean, School of Mathematical & Physical Science, presided over the function and  Prof. R.K. Hemakumar Singh, Former Dean, Student Welfare & Principal MIT, Manipur, as Guest of Honour.
In his Chief Guest’s speech, alarming the gathering about the fast degrading scenario of biodiversity in the state, Professor Pandey said it is very important and burning topic. It is high time to adopt some methods to save the biodiversity of the state. He urged the people to protect our own natural resources from the external invasive efforts of exclusivity from  outside. Reminding about the ‘Chipko Andolan’ in 1970’s which refers to the forest conservation movement.  The villagers hugged the trees and prevented the cutting of trees.  Professor said deep awareness programmes are required to protect the environment and biodiversity. Professor N. Rajmuhon Singh, asserted that more than 80% of people are depending on the traditional medicinal plants. He highlighted the endeavours being made by national and international bodies to review and educate on revitalization of traditional knowledge and conservation of traditional and medicinal plants.
Professor R.K. Hemakumar Singh, said Indian Government has one mission “Develop one Village, Develop one Nation.” Government of India has permitted to adopt tow villages to develop to MIT.  
“Our students and faculty members are regularly visiting to conserve the biodiversity and environment of these two villages” he said.

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