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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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NSUC decries over frequent premature transfer of doctors from Chandel Dist. Hospital

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Imphal, Aug 30

Decrying the frequent premature transfer of doctors from Chandel district Hospital, Naga Students’ Union Chandel (NSUC) had submitted a memorandum to Health & Family Welfare Minister L. Jayantakumar.

In the memorandum the NSUC stated that quite a number of specialized doctors and nurses from District Hospital Chandel are being transferred frequently prematurely.

It urged the Minister to intervene so as to put an end to such frequent premature transfers that has been taking place in District Hospital Chandel.

It further added that the District Hospital is in fact the only medical centre for availing health facility in the district. He urged the state government to provide adequate doctors and equipments.

The memorandum also drew the attention of the health Minister to fill the vacant post of specialist doctors. It stated that the hospital is in shortage of specialist doctors and that there are no doctors of Orthopaedician, Medicines, Gynaecologist and Microbiologist which is an integral and important segment of a district hospital.

It further urged the Minister to open blood bank and installation CT scan in the hospital to respond to emergency situations.

On the other hand, NSUC also drew the attention of the Minister to complete the Nursing School (ANM) which has been lying incomplete.

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WBCC organises tree plantation campaign at Waithou Lake Area

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Thoubal, Aug.30

Wildlife and Biodiversity Conservation Committee (WBCC) Manipur and Divisional Forest Office Thoubal launched Mass Tree Plantation Campaign at Waithou Lake area today to counter the changing climatic condition on earth and the global warming to some extent.
In the presence of Divisional Forest Officer (DFO) Thoubal Debala Laiphrakpam, ACF Thoubal Forest Division Vaneichong Singson, President of WBCC Manipur Rabi Takhellambam, Executive Engineer PHED Manipur Puyam Rambo Singh.
WBCC Manipur in association with Water Resource (PHE) Department, Various Organizations and locals of Waithou area will plant trees in the region on massive scale and will take care of the tree saplings so that they can grow to full maturity, said Romes Ningthoujam, Secretary General of WBCC Manipur.
The tree plantation drive was conducted to fight the present drastic change in climatic condition to some extent which is caused by large scale deforestation across the globe including Manipur. Such tree plantation drive will educate the public about the significance of planting trees in fight against global warming and hope that the future generation may develop the habit of planting more trees to preserve the nature, he added.
Members of Nungaipokpi Youths Sporting Club (NYSC), Staffs of Forest Department distinguished personalities and public took part on the first day of the campaign.

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Court sentence murderer to Life Imprisonment

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Imphal, Aug 29

41 year old Mayanglambam Khellendro @ Amujao s/o Radhamohan of Kakching Wangma Ningthou Pareng who was earlier convicted for committing crime of Murder under Section 302 IPC on 17 August has been sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment of life ( Life imprisonment)

The court announced the sentence order in an open court of Session Judge Thoubal Th Saimon Singh today after the sentence hearing against the convict Mayanglambam Khellendro @ Amujao

It may be mention that victim Keishan Premila Devi charred remain dead body was found on April 2012 at the top of Kakching Mahadev Hill few days after she went out from her house

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Tree Plantation Program held at Bal Vidya Mandir Kakching

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Thoubal, Aug.29

A mass tree plantation program under the aegis of the Siksha Vikash Samiti, Manipur was held at Bal Vidya Mandir, Kakching today.

About 100 seedlings of different species were planted in the program. N. Munal Meitei, Vice- President, Siksha Vikash Samiti, Manipur, N. Amuyaima Singh, President, Bal Vidya Mandir Kakching, Y.  Kirankumari Devi, Principal of the School and other teachers and School Management Committee members were present in the program.

Speaking at the function, N. Munal Meitei told that today we are organising the tree plantation program in this school where students are from Nursery and KG classes. Why we are organising here, because we are going to hand over our present environment to these young generation and they will again hand it over to their next generation.

Therefore these small children who are the Pillars of the Nation need to know the importance of our environment. To save the environment and ecology from degradation is their most important priority. They must try to save the environment from all forms of degradation so that they can hand it over a very clean and beautiful environment to their next generation again.

Munal Meitei also lamented that now-a-days, in the media, somebody told that people are more interested for publicity by clicking photographs etc. on such tree plantation program. They claim that they hardly take care of the planted saplings after the event is over.

Regarding this, N. Munal Meitei reminded the slogan of Wangari Muttah Maathai, the recipient of 2004, Nobel peace prize that she once told “Whatever the cause it may be, just dig a pit and plant a tree, then you have sown the seed for peace and hope”. Munal requested to support all forms of plantation activities and to invite more and more people to participate in plantation. We also need to make all the planted trees to survive successfully.

If every citizen of the country took part in such tree plantation movement, then we will surely have such an environment where there are full of greeneries, full of birds and animals and ultimately a very beautiful planet where mankind and all living beings can survive happily and peacefully.

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