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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Imphal, March 19,

The Election Expenditure and Monitoring Cell of the Imphal East district today conducted a meeting with nodal officers and their staff in relation to the ensuing 17th Lok Sabha Election.
The meeting was chaired by ECI Expenditure Observer (Innrer-Manipur) Shri Subodh Singh; Imphal East Deputy Commissioner Dr Rangitabali Waikhom; SP Shri Yogeshchandra Haobijam and other top administration and police officials.
It can be mentioned that the district administration has set up nine different teams under the Election Expenditure Monitoring Cell for the smooth conduct of the coming election. The teams/groups are Expenditure Observer (EO), Assistant Expenditure Observer (AEO), Video Surveillance Team (VST), Video Viewing Team (VVT), Flying Squad Team (FST), Static Surveillance Team (SST), Accounting Team (AT), Media Certification and Monitoring Committee (MCMC), AND Complaint Monitoring Control Room & Call Centre (CMCR & CC).
Shri Subodh Singh spoke in length about the duties and responsibilities that the officials assigned for election duty should carry out for the smooth conduct of the LS election. He instructed all not to run away from the duties given to them, and to report to the respective nodal officers if any suspicious activity is seen and found. The ECI Observer specifically instructed the MCMC team to be extremely detailed in monitoring the media activities, especially of paid news and misleading advertisements.
District SP Shri Yogeshchandra appealed all to stay alert while reporting liquor-related and cash-carrying activities, as these areas invited the maximum danger to the enforcers.
District Election Officer/ DC, Dr Rangitabali Waikhom requested maximum co-operation from the election officials and appealed to perform their best duties so that the district becomes an example for others to follow.
Later, District Nodal Officer of EEM (Election Expenditure Monitoring) Khumukcham Renuka presented a detailed slide-slow presentation of the various preparations being taken up by the team of the district administration. She also appealed all, including the public, to report any mishaps and suspected cases to the District Control Room No. 1950

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Imphal March 17,

Flowers planted at pots and hanging in and around Historic Ima Keithel for beautification of the unique market complex were found stolen in the last couple of days by unknown miscreants.

The three Khwairamband Keithel is a unique market complex which is run only by women. Civil society organisations, political parties all talks of keeping the market shed clean. But it was Blooming Manipur which first took up the initiative to plant flowers  in and around Ima Keithel in association with the then Director of MAHUD, Nepram Gitkumar. 

As per report, various numbers of fully grown flowers hanging around the Ima Keithel market sheds were found  stolen along with the pots on the night of  March 15 by some unknown miscreants.

Speaking to media person Member of Blooming Manipur Elangbam Satyajit said that they were saddened and disheartened by the sight that many of the flowers that were planted by the volunteers and the people to beautify our land, our historic only women market in the world IMA Keithel were stolen time and again by some miscreants. He strongly condemned such an act and added that many people are trying hard using their valuable time by watering daily and caring the plants. He also said that their work is not only about beautifying the places but also enabling the people to participate in community works leading to a right thinking society. He further appealed not to repeat such act and also added to support their small effort to bring about a Beautiful Ima Keithel and led Ima Keithel bloom as their pride.

It can be mention that water storage tank (Sintex) that were fitted in the garden that was made under the Bir Tikendrajit Fly Over Bridge were also stolen few months back.

Blooming Manipur is an organisation which was first started as a Facebook group on 2012 with the objective of taking responsibility and transforming the land with many loving and caring acts into places of pride and instilled a sense of belongingness

Today the volunteers of blooming Manipur again replanted the flowers.

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Imphal, March 17,

With an objective to spread the ideas and ideology of Lamyanba Irabot to the hoi polloi and also to implement his ideas for an egalitarian society, Manipur Proletariat Peoples’ Democratic Union (MPPDU), Socialist Woman Association (SWA), Manipur Young Communist League (YCL) and Socialist Students’ Union of Manipur (SSUM) will together organised Mannaba Khunaigidamak Ahanba Manipur Khunnai Meepham (1st National Convention on Socialism) on April 2, 2019.
Speaking to media persons in a press meet held at the office of SSUM convenor of Young Communist League Wahengbam Kameshor said the hoi polloi needs to understand the ideas of Lamyanba Irabot and also need to be conscious about his ideology to make our society an egalitarian one.  Even though various organizations have been celebrating in memorial of Lamyanba Irabot but unfortunately only a few follows his ides, he added.
Kameshor added that by offering flowers, lighting candle and singing songs to the leader will not change our society into a classless society. He further said only a few of the masses has gathered much of the wealth while many were stranded fighting a lose battle to have two meals in a day. He opined that the working class needs to work together with the ideology of Lamyanba Irabot in building an egalitarian classless society.
He said that the various revolutions around the world were succeeded because of the movements of the masses of the working class. He questioned that if the working class strived only for the two meals in a day than who will strive in building a classless society. He further added that it is time to unite the working class and the people who love their mother land, who have the ideology of being self independent to build an egalitarian society where Lamyanba Irabot dreamt.
He concluded that the convention will discuss on how the ideas of Irabot will turns into action.

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Imphal, March 16,

The 9th Annual Conference of Medical Society of Regional Institute of Medical Sciences, Imphal MESOCON 2019 was held today at  Jubilee Hall of the Institution

The theme of this year is “Translational medicine need of the hour”. The annual event is being organised to update the knowledge on current trends in medical sciences for teaching staffs and post graduate students of various departments of RIMS.

More than 370 delegates have registered for the conferences. Prof Pallab Ray, Department of Microbiology, PGI Chandigarh has delivered the theme talk on “Translational Medicine: need of the hour”. Prof Huber Hutchin Robinson, secretary General North American Institute of Oriental and classical studies has delivered a talk on “Science, Psyche and spirituality”. A panel discussion on “Hepatitis : An update “was also organised with Prof. Ng. Taruni Devi Prof & HOD of Medicine as a moderator and Prof Kh. Sulochana Devi, Prof. N. Nabakishore Singh and Dr R.K. Rosie were panel members. Prof. AK Brogen Singh talked on “ Addressing Ethical issues in writing proposals and Prof Th. Suraj Singh delivered talk on “ Multidisciplinary Research Unit: An avenue for medical research “. Certificate and Mementos were distributed to the winners of PG, Award session 2019 of the society held on 19th January , 2019.

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