Friday, 10 July 2020 - Imphal Times

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Imphal, July 10:

Anal Naga Tangpi (ANTA) head quarter Chandel Manipur has congratulated Dr Hmunshel Jasha Anal, S/O Mr Js Angkham and Mrs Ps Elbina of Lambung village, Chandel, on his stupendous and historic success of being appointed as Scientist at Council of Scientific and Industrial Research -Indian Institute of Integrative Medicine (CSIR - IITM) at Jammu, UT of J&K.
The statement said that Dr Hmunshel Jasha graduated from St. Edmund’s college Shillong, completed his PhD from Department of Chemistry in 2016 from North Eastern Hill University, Shillong. An annual member of Indian Science Congress Association, he has also worked as a Project Assistant under Department of Atomic Energy - Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (DAE -B ARC) Govt of India Dr Hmunshel had also cracked Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) in Chemical Sciences in March 2009, conducted by IIT, Roorkee. He holds the distinction of publishing numerous journals and papers on his research subject it added.
ANTA has always been a staunch believer in the importance of Education in bringing positive, practical, and lasting impact. Dr Hmunshel’s awe-inspiring success story of a village boy rising against all odds to achieve his dream is legendary. It is a testament to his dedication, perseverance, and hard work.
Dr Hmunshel has not only brought laurel to Anal Naga community but made entire Chandel district proud.

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Imphal, July 10:

Troops of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (South) continuing its sustained efforts on ‘Go Green ‘ initiative organised Tree Plantation Drive jointly with the District Forest Officials by planting saplings of fruit bearing and ornamental trees.
The tree plantation drive was started with an aim of contributing to the Go Green Drive of our country, fighting against global warming and thereby reducing its impact on climate change and ultimately presenting a better environment for the next generation. A total of 1000 saplings were planted at Chassad and 400 saplings at Somsai consisting of locally available flora which includes teak, pine, mulberry and gooseberry. Mr Shangam, DFO Ukhrul district and forest officials were present at Somsai for the plantation event.
All the attendees pledged to carry forward the initiative and contribute actively towards increasing the green cover in Ukhrul and Kamjong districts of Manipur which are still one of the most pristine natural habitats.
The endeavour of the Assam Rifles is to contribute as much as possible in the ‘Go Green’ initiative of Government of India and Assam Rifles will continue to organise such activities to contribute in maintaining ecological balance and conserving the environment.

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