Rabi Takhellambam

Rabi Takhellambam

Rabi Takhellambam, a resident of Kairembikhok Mayai Leikai, ThoubaI District has been in the field of Journalism for more than 10 years. Rabi, is well known for his reporting from Thoubal side and Indo-Myanmar border. Rabi is also a member of All Manipur Working Journalist Union, the parent body of Journalist Union in Manipur. He can be contacted by email at [email protected]

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Imphal, Jan 10:

Stepping into the last legs of Catch The Rain Campaign Phase II (1st October 2021- 31st January 2021) as part of Jal Shakti Abhiyan jointly organised by National Water Mission under Ministry of Jal Shakti and Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan under Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, Government of India, Nehru Yuva Kendra Thoubal in association with Phouden Youth Club conducted cleaning of public pond at Thoubal Wangkhem and another Slogan Writing Competition at Sapam Khongjom, today the 9th January 2022.
The youths of Wangkhem and Phouden after the cleaning exercise took a pledge on ethical voting and signed on a Democracy Wall to vote without fear and favour as part of SVEEP-Signature Campaign. The Slogan writing Competition was organised on the theme-” Rainwater Harvesting & Water Conservation” and prizes were given by NYK Thoubal volunteers. A painting competition on the same theme was also organised recently on 7th January 2022 by NYK Thoubal volunteers at Wangoo Tera, Kakching. An Essay writing competition followed by a rally to spread awareness on Rainwater Harvesting was also organised as part of this Catch The Rain Campaign on 6th January 2022 at Salungpham, Thoubal with Salungpham Youth Association.
This Catch The Rain campaign was launched in October 2021 and multiple training of youths programs, water talks, water pledges, poster campaigns, knowledge competitions, demonstration activities had been conducted till date in various parts of Thoubal & Kakching.
“Catch The Rain” Campaign is aimed at creating awareness through youths, sensitization of communities on the need of water conservation, rainwater harvesting, minimizing wastage and re-use of water & mobilization of people in the Rainwater Harvesting & Water Conservation initiatives of the government throughout the country.

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Imphal, Oct 10:

Armed assailants allegedly fired rounds of gunshots to the residence of Usham Manglem at Kairembikhok Awang Leikai yesterday evening. Manglem is the State Co-ordinator of the Manipur Pradesh Youth Congress Committee and is an intending candidate of the party at the upcoming state assembly election from Wangjing Tentha Assembly constituency.
Manglem alleged the armed assailants to have been from Wangjing, the village of BJP MLA Paonam Brojen Singh. Speaking to media persons Manglem said that around 500 people who came from Wangjing , the village of BJP MLA Paonam Brojen, in various vehicles at around 7.30 pm yesterday started firing at his residence. Around 10 persons who were discussing for the upcoming election were reportedly injured in the attack.
A Police team of Thoubal rushed to the site and put the situation under control.

Wednesday, 06 October 2021 20:03

Kakching Forest Range seized bird catching nets

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Kakching, Oct 6:

Kakching Forest Range of Kakching District celebrated 66th wildlife week. As a part of the celebration Kakching Range staff conducted a search operation at the wetland area of the Kakching Maning Tejpur during the operation a team of Kakching Range staffs recovered three birds and sized traps of catching nets. During the search operation Kakching Forest Range officer expressed that several wildlife organisations based in Manipur observed wildlife week and it is very unfortunate that at the Kakching Maning Tejpur trying to catch bird by using traps.
He further expressed that the cautioned bird catchers that catching endangered birds is punishable under Wildlife Protection Act with a jail term of 3 years or a fine Rs 25,000.
He also appealed to the poachers to abide by the animal law and stop killing animals.

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Imphal, Sept 30:

A team of state police recovered around 4 crore demonetized Rs. 1000/- denomination from a hut at Keirao Wangkhem area today. Thoubal Police said that the demonetized Rs. 1000/- denominations are fake currency manufactured by a group of people.
The demonetized denomination of Rs. 1000/- currency note was found hidden in a locked hut at Keireo Khuman Lok in Imphal East district. The owner of the hut Chungkham Dewan Singh (50yrs.) S/o Ch. Jugindro Singh of Keirao Wangkhem, Ngarian Chingkhong Leikai, was picked up and while interrogation he revealed that the packing and binding of fake Indian Currency Notes were done along with one Chingakham Surchandra Singh (40yrs.) S/o Ch. Deben Singh of Keirao Wangkhem, Ngarian Chingkhong Leikai, Imphal East District.
Both were arrested at around 05:00 a.m. today and the police team seized the demonetized denomination.
The two also reportedly disclosed that the fake Indian Currency Notes were brought by one Tony of Keirao along with his nephew Arun of Waithou Thiyam Khunjao and handed over to them.
Why, How and for what purpose, the demonetized Rs. 1000/- currency note is being hidden is yet to be known? The three have been arrested and handed over to Irilbung Police Station along the seized demonetized currency noted for further investigation

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