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Items filtered by date: Thursday, 24 May 2018 - Imphal Times - A Daily Eveninger

‘Cheat again’: Mahendra Jain’s documents submitted to SBI was not similar with that of the document at the settlement dept.

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Imphal, May 24,

Proprietor of the M.R. Roller Flour Mill , Mantripukhri Imphal, Mahindra Kumar Jain once more cheat the media by showing documents with concocted story yesterday at Manipur Press Club.
This newspaper had reported that the Jamabandi he submitted to the State Bank of India (SBI), MG Avenue, Imphal was a fake Jamabandi. Imphal Times reported the matter as there could not be two Jamabandi for the same land of the same person.
Source with the Imphal Times said that the Jamabandi he submitted to the bank is 0.66 acre area while the original Jamabandi showed that the actual area is 0.11 acre.
Imphal Times had showed every detail of the Bank account and Pan card and Tin no. in the earlier issue. The same was produced by a civil society organization ACOAM Lup during a press conference held.

Now, when Imphal Times dig on how the Proprietor of the M.R. Roller Flour Mill could managed to get a loan of Rs. 8 Crore without much difficulties or say without much checking of the documents submitted by him it was found that he had a good record in the SBI.
Imphal Times also reported that his account statement showed non submission of taxes as well as non filing of tax return as per his financial statement of 2015-16.
(Shown in the photo is the two different Jamabandi , which Mahendra Jain submitted to the bank and the other which is with the Settlement department.
Moreover Imphal Times have learnt that the said proprietor had issued check of over Rs. 3 lakhs to two of his employees as salary. The actual salary for the two employees is stated to be Rs. 10,000/- per month. Imphal Times wander on how the two employees could work for the firm without getting any salary which cross Rs. 3 lakhs.
What is more surprising is that the matter is at the court as the check issued turn out to be bounce Cheque . As the matter is with the court Imphal Times will not go into details on this as it would be prejudice.
More information are still with the Imphal Times and as long as the proprietor of Proprietor of the M.R. Roller Flour Mill continue to cheat the people the more scam will be put to the public domain no matter if it hurts any groups.

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NAB seized opium worth around Rs. 5.6 lakhs from 2 persons; 1 more lady arrested

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Imphal, May 24,

A team of Narcotic Affairs of Border (NAB) seized around 7 kilogram of opium from two persons at Senapati district head Quarter near Trinity Hostel along the side of AH-2.

An official statement said, the NAB team after getting specific information about drug traffickers trying to smuggle drugs in and around the Senapati rushed the spot and nabbed two persons along with the opium. The two drug traffickers are identified as Subash Gurung (36 years) son of Nar Bahadur of Sidam Village, Mao Karong and Parsuram Gurung (54 years) son of Ram Prasad Gurung of Oklung Khunou,, Senapati District. The team seized 3 kg of opium from the first and another 4 Kg from the latter.
The opium seized from their possession is worth around Rs. 5,60,000/- in local marker.
On the other hand a team of NAB also arrested a women drug peddler along with 1 gram of heroin powder from Mantripukhri area. Official source said that the NAB including women police conducted search operation at Mantripukhri area yesterday after getting specific information about presence of drug peddlers.  Reimichon Tangkhul (37 years) wife of Shangam Tangkhul of Hang Village in Ukhrul district the drug peddler was nabbed during the operation. She is presently staying at Laipham Khunou Mayai Leikai.
Separate cases have been registered at NAB Police Station.

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Protest against rape of minor girl; protestor demand hang to death of the rapist

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Imphal, May 24,
Large number of students today staged a protest demonstration using placards with slogan demanding punishment of rapist Thokchom Sanjoy Singh at Thoubal Khekman. The rapist who is in the custody of state police had allegedly rape a 5 years old minor girl.
A protestor talking to media persons demanded authority to hang the rapist at the earliest possible time.

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KSA urges to open up major discipline for NSA in the state

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Imphal, May 24,
Kangleipak Students’ Association while appreciating the Chief Minister of Manipur N Biren Singh on his government role in the passing of the ordinance for establishment of the National Sports University which was laid foundation stone by the Prime Minister recently said that the government should handle the issue of the Sports University with due seriousness as there are news report of opening more campus of the NSU at other states including one at Lucknow.
A statement by S. Bidyananda, Vice President of the KSA said that if major disciplines are shifted at other campus open at other states and the two discipline being open at Khuman Lampak Sport Complex are left with the Head quarter than it would only rage the people of the state.
The KSA Vice President drew the attention of the Chief Minister to start major discipline or event and to establish all require infrastructure for a University at the earliest possible time.  

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District Administration, Thoubal bids farewell to outgoing officers

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Thoubal, May 24,

 District Administration, Thoubal  bade farewell to four outgoing administrative officers who have served the district in various capacities on Thursday. The farewell programme was held at the Conference Hall of DC office, Thoubal. The outgoing officers included Th. Charanjit Singh, MCS BDO/Kakching; Ksh. Umananda Singh MCS, BDO/Lilong; M. Veto Singh MCS, SDO/Thoubal and BDO/Wangjing and H. Sukumar Singh MCS, B.O. DC, Thoubal.
Deputy Commissioner, Thoubal Smt. Haobam Rosita Devi expressed gratitude to the outgoing officers and lauded them for their tireless and dedicated services for progress and development of the district in their tenure. The DC also wished them more prosperity in their new postings.
DLOs and staff of DC office attended the farewell programme.

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JAC of AMTUC and AMGEO strikes enter 64 days

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Imphal, May 24,
Joint Administrative Council of AMTUC and AMGEO continue its protest demanding implementation of the 7th Pay Commission in the state. The protest enters 64 days today. Employees of the Directorate of Textiles, Commence & Industries Department today staged a protest demonstration inside their office premises at Lamphelpat in Imphal West district.

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Shops constructed above the drain evicted in Kakching district

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Kakching, May 24,
A team comprising of members of the Kakching Municipal Council (KMC) Kakching district Administration and All Kakching Students’ Union (AKSU) today conducted eviction drive against shops and other construction by encroaching the drain in between Kakching Lamkhai to Machin Manao Ching in Kakching district.

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Career Guidance Programme at Tengnoupal

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Tengnoupal, May 24

The Tengnoupal Youth Club (TYC), Tengnoupal District organised a one day career guidance program for students of class X and XII of the district at Tengnoupal Community hall today.
The programme was graced by A.Tombikanta Singh IAS, Deputy Commissioner Tengnoupal and Dr.S.Ibomcha Singh MPS, Superintendent of Police Tengnoupal as Chief Guest and Guest of honour respectively. H.John Shokholun Mate, General Secretary TYC graced the program as Moderator respectively. The program commenced after Cate.Matthew  pronounced the opening prayer.
President of Tengnoupal Youth Club, H.Daniel Shokhopao Mate said delivered the welcome and Keynote address, The aim of the program was to help students to gain a better understanding of their academic interests, job opportunities in various fields and career options available.
Resource persons N.Suraj Singh MPS, Deputy Superintendent of Police Tengnoupal and T.Khaiminlal Haokip MCS, Asst.Commissioner respectively.
Resource persons also spoke at length on topics related to their field of expertise and how to prepare for the Civil Service examination.
An Interactions and discussions were also held during the program. Around 300 students took part in the programme.

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Private School meeting on May 30

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Imphal, May 24
Socialist Students Union of Manipur SSUM has called meeting of all private Schools in the state at Hindi Parishad Hall Old Assembly Road on May 30. A statement by the SSUM said that the meeting is being called over the rise of school fees and admission fee at their will by the private schools. It said that the private schools in the state should follow some agreed stricture on the fee rate of the school as the it is a burden for the parents with the failure of most government schools.
The SSUM appeals all private schools principal and owners to attend the meeting so that matter about the fees for students as well as the salary of the teacher could be fix at an acceptable rate.

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A wake up call to check the uncontrolled fee structures of Private school

Govt. should support
When talks about improvement on the status of the Government High School is going around, it was most unfortunate that only two teachers including a Head master was present yesterday at Kamu Ching Govt. Junior High School which is located about 35 Km from Imphal, under Kangpokpi district in Saikul Assembly constituency. 7 teachers are reportedly allotted to the school and without attending the school they are enjoying their salary leaving the school as a playground for the students. What is more worrying is that almost all government school located at the interior part of the state is no different from what was witnessed at Kamu Ching Govt. Junior High School.
Affairs of Government schools are always in the public domain not for better performance but for lack of teachers, bad infrastructures etc., etc..  State Education Minister’s assurances to improve the condition of the government schools is still a blatant lie to the people of the state as nothing impressive is seen. Transfer of teachers, promotions, regularization seems to be what the Education Ministry is showing interest as of now. Moreover, surprise visit to government schools by the Minister himself is also another priority of the Education Minister, yet except for suspension of those teachers found dereliction duty. No, extreme measures had ever been taken up which means there is something unseen going on as it takes only few months for revocation of the suspension order.
Well the present state of the government schools in the state is one reason for all parents to prefer on Private Schools. Teachers of government schools enjoyed more salary than those of the private schools but the low paid private school teachers produced more number of better students than those of the government schools. This is a fact. It is for this reason that we can’t blame the parents for sending their children to private schools.
Taking this advantage of the weakness of the parents, Private schools decide the fee structures as according to their will as the government so far as not imposed any strictures about the limitation that a private school can collect from their students. For one reason or another these private schools also sometimes collect extra fee on certain occasion and students are compelled to pay any demand as they fear action – either directly or indirectly which may affect their career.
When fees are increased parents are the one who suffered most. Every parents want their wards to the best and with the condition of the government schools (except some in city area) . They paid whatever demanded by the private schools as they do not want their children to be ill-treated by the school authority. Even a layman knows what is being happened in the education sectors of the school. Those in the government know better on why the parents sent their wards to private schools. However, the government authority still have not taken up any concrete work by formulating some system for improvement of the government schools neither they check the private schools.
It is their duty to look to establish some system to check the fee structures, school campus among others.
In the last state assembly session, the Education Minister introduced and passed the Private School and Coaching center regulation Bill. The Bill is to check the quality of the mushrooming private schools in the state.
Whether the Bill has come into force or not, nothing of such is seen taken up from the government side so far.
It is fortunate that Manipur have many students’ bodies and civil society body which always initiated something to check the wrong in the society.
It is right time that the students’ body Socialist Students Union Manpur, (SSUM) is organising a meeting of all private schools to fix a fee structures to lift down the burden of the parents. The government should also support such an initiative and appreciate the student body by even sending their representatives to such meeting.

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