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Salam Chingkheinganba

Salam Chingkheinganba

Chingkheinganba has been a journalist for more than 4+ years and is popular among the team for his reporting style. In his spare time, he teaches kids from his locality. He and his parents reside in Singjamei Chingamakha Kshetri Leikai . He holds a Masters Degree in Mass Communication from Manipur University. Chingkheinganba is available via email at [email protected]

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‘Know your Kangleipak (Manipur)’ Quiz competition

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Imphal, Sept 22

International Sanamahism Students’ Association (ISSA) today organised the First State Level Written Quiz competition ‘Know Your Kangleipak (Manipur)’ at the G.P Women’s College, Imphal.

“With the objective to know the land, the quiz was held to impart more knowledge about the land”, said Khaidem Kangleingakpa, President of ISSA while speaking to media persons.

He further said that knowing the land and its current issue is very vital for the new generations and added that the present educational system lacks to impart regional issues and knowledge.

Kangleingakpa also said that the competition will further strengthen their competitive abilities.

The prize distribution of the said competition will be held on 29th of September 2019 which is the 6th foundation day of the ISSA to be held at Lamyanba Shanglen.

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MU raid’s Memorial stone demolished by authorities

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Imphal, Sept. 20

The memorial stone installed in front of the MUTA office, Manipur University remembering the 20th September 2018 raid on MU by Security forces was demolished yesterday night by the authorities.

The memorial stone is yet to be unveiled.

Talking to reporters Registrar in charge W. Chandbabu while not mentioning who demolished the memorial stone said that earlier he was instructed to remove the memorial stone by the administrator Jarnail Singh, before he was out of station.

The MUSU, MUTA and MUSA had intimidated the Administrator for installation of the memorial stone on September 4. But the proposal was rejected by the Administrator, he said.

The Manipur University Students Union (MUSU), Manipur University Teachers’ Association (MUTA) and Manipur University Staffs’ Association (MUSA) today jointly organised an observation of the Manipur University Black Day in memory of September 20 midnight raid of the MU by the security forces.

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Police foils public meeting convened by Babysana’s JAC

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Imphal, Sept 20

Police today foiled the public meeting convened by the JAC Against the Murder of Ningthoujam Babysana at THAU Ground, Thangmeiband. The meeting was announced by the JAC through a press statement yesterday. The police foiled the meeting as the JAC could not get permission from the District Magistrate, as the area has been under CrPC 144.

The JAC has been demanding the Government to hand over the investigation over the death of 14 years old Ningthoujam Babysana , who was found hanged to death at her hostel room of Standard Robarth Canchipur on July 18. The State Government even though had written to the CBI for taking up the case, CBI is yet to announce the handling of the case officially. Earlier, this newspaper had reported that the CBI had agreed in principal to take the case as the matter is of public interest. However, the CBI is yet to announce it official statement regarding the case. The JAC member while talking over phone to this newspaper said that the CBI is delaying in taking the case as the state government is not giving any pressure to the central authority. It also alleged intentional delay from the side of the state government as it does not want to hand over the case to the CBI.

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AMWJU hits back to IPR; says the staffs don’t know the meaning of accredited journalists

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Imphal, Sept 19

President of the All Manipur Working Journalists’ Union (AMWJU), Bijoy Kakchingtabam today came down heavily to the staffs of the Information and Public Relation over their failure in rendering their duty towards the journalists fraternity of the state.

Speaking to reporters at Manipur Press Club Bijoy Kakchingtabam said that the IPR staff seem to have lack proper knowledge of how to treat the journalists’ fraternity. He said that the staffs of the present day do not know that the accredited journalists have never been invited in the state function by the present DIPR staffs and that when enquired about it the answer they gave was, “There was  no such thing that the accredited journalists should be invited in state functions”, Bijoy said and added that if the new faces in the DIPR do not now the decorum of the office, they better learn from their senior staffs who had been retired or else they can visit the media houses and learn from them.

Regarding his speech on the Foundation Day function of the AMWJU, Bijoy said that what he had stated was not for his own but for the larger interest of the Journalists’ Fraternity.

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