Maheshwar Gurumayum

Maheshwar Gurumayum

Maheshwar Gurumayum, Sub-Editor of Imphal Times is a resident of Sagolband Salam Leikai. He has been with Imphal Times since 2013. An avid adventure lover, writes mostly travelogue. He can be contacted at w[email protected]

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Imphal, Mar 13:

Chief Minister N. Biren Singh today distributed agriculture machineries and equipment under North Eastern Region Textiles Promotion Scheme to farmers at a function held at City Convention Centre, Imphal. He also distributed financial assistance of Rs. 10,000 to handicrafts artisans for buying tool kits under the Sub-Mission of Agriculture Mechanization (SMAM) Scheme.  
The distribution function which was jointly organised by the Department of Agriculture and Directorate of Handlooms & Textiles, Government of Manipur was attended by Textiles, Commerce and Industry Minister Thongam Biswajit, Agriculture Minister Oinam Lukhoi, Chairman, MHHDC Ltd S. Achouba, Commissioner R.K. Dinesh, Commissioner M. Joy, Officials of Agriculture Department and Handloom & Textiles Department and beneficiaries among others.
Speaking at the occasion, N. Biren said that agriculture is an important sector that has largely contributed to the economy of the Country. As such the State Government had taken up certain measures to save agricultural land with coordination among various departments of the Government. Stating that possession of tool kits is a priority for developing any product, he announced that the financial assistance given to handicraft artisans would be increased to Rs. 20,000 from next year.

Informing that an exhibition of the local product “Mai-own 2021” is being organized from coming 16th to 22nd March at Hapta Kangjeibung, he stressed on the needs for reviving the old food items and culture of the State. He added that the State has been advancing towards development in different fields due to the contributions and support of the people.
The Chief Minister expressed that he felt unhappy to know the population of Sangai in Keibul Lamjao National Park had decreased considerably due to human encroachment causing degradation of their habitat. He further informed that a committee had been constituted to look into the matter. With the aim to protect the wildlife and the environment, he informed that the State Government had come up with the plan to reward the villages which had put firm commitment to conserve wildlife and environment.  He also announced that villages of Tamenglong which had put efforts to protect Amur Falcons would be rewarded.
  Delivering his presidential speech, Thongam Biswajit said that the distribution programme was organized as a part of the celebration of 4 years' completion of the State Government. The assistance had been given to artisans and farmers to enable them to improve their working environment, product standardization, and capacity building. This would facilitate them in bringing up their products to international platforms, he added.
He further added that the State Government under the leadership of N. Biren Singh had been taking up welfare measures and providing benefits to the targeted population maintaining complete transparency. He appealed to the farmers and artisans to coordinate with concerned authorities in order to avail benefits under certain schemes.
Agriculture Minister Oinam Lukhoi stated that agriculture machineries are provided to beneficiaries every year under SMAM Scheme. The machineries are provided to the beneficiaries with a subsidy of 30 to 40 percent for individuals and 40 percent to farmers groups, he added. He appealed to the beneficiaries to optimally utilize the machineries with proper maintenance and contribute to the State’s economy with better productivity.
Under the North Eastern Region Textiles Promotion Scheme, 3000 handicraft artisans will be provided financial assistance to buy tool kits of which 1500 will be benefitted in the 1st Phase and the remaining in the 2nd Phase.

Thursday, 11 March 2021 18:00

PhonePe Features: Payment Not for Everyone

PhonePe is an all-inclusive e-wallet that allows you to link your cards or bank information so you can make payments online whenever you need to. The Indian payment system works with the UPI platform, and so your transactions are safe from cybercriminals

because of how the system saves its customers' details. PhonePe has become a firm favourite amongst many gamblers in India. That's because, asides from security, PhonePe allows its users to make their payments on time.

How Phone Pe Works

Phone Pe supports unified payment interface payments (UPI) along with other types of money transfers. To use PhonePe, you must have a personal UPI ID. It is with this unique ID that you can fund your gambling accounts online. Unlike other wallet options, transferring money to a PhonePe casino does not require recharging your wallet. Instead, all your transactions come directly from your bank with just a few clicks. The 24-hour service is safe, secure and entirely risk-free. You can download the app on the Google play store or Apple store.  

If this is your first time with the app, you can follow these steps:

  • Download the PhonePe from either Apple Store or Google Play
  • You will receive an email; follow their instructions so they can verify you.
  • Next, click the button that reads 'Get Started.'
  • Type in your personal information like in your name, email and password
  • You need to create a new VPA.
  • From the list of options available, select the bank you intend to use.
  • The platform will also have you verify that you own the account details that you supplied.
  • Finally, you will create a UPI pin which you must keep private.

How To Make Gambling payments with Phone Pe

First, you need to find a casino that accepts PhonePe on the internet. Thankfully, there are several PhonePe casinos online in India, so that search will not take too long. To even make things more interesting, these PhonePe casinos in India will reward you handsomely for joining them for the first time. Most of them have bonuses in the form of free spins and cash prizes that you can claim as a new member on the platform.

How to make deposits with PhonePe

To deposit at a PhonePe casino, first, you need to log on to the casino website that accepts PhonePe. From there, find the cashier area, which is usually at the toolbar on top. You should see options for deposits and withdrawals; click on deposit. This casino will immediately show you all of the choices you have for making a deposit. Find your way to the one that says PhonePe. As you click on it, you should be transferred to the UPI platform, where you will enter your details and confirm the payment. In a minute or two, the deposit should reflect in your account. Deposits with PhonePe are free of charge. 

How to withdraw with PhonePe

Withdrawing with PhonePe is easy and fast. First, you need to win a game at your casino and then press the cash out button. You should see a list of options almost immediately. Under the list of options available, click PhonePe as the method you intend to use. You will be transferred directly to the secured UPI terminal, where you will supply the needed information. Ensure that you fill in the details correctly and that the amount you wish to withdraw is above the minimum limit. While deposits are usually instant, withdrawals might take up to 48hours and might also attract some extra charges. 

Benefits of using PhonePe

The significant benefits of using PhonePe for gambling lies in its usability, functionality, and general security. As a centralized e-wallet, PhonePe offers itself as a tool that conveniently serves many business needs asides from gambling. The following are some benefits to expect when you use PhonePe:

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Imphal, Mar 12:

As a part of the ongoing celebration of 4 years of achievement of the BJP led government in the State, Deputy Chief Minister Yumnam Joykumar Singh today launched Health and Nutrition Campaign at City Convention Centre in Imphal. The campaign which is being organised as a part of Prime Minister’s POSHAN ABHIYAN (PM’s Overarching Scheme for Holistic Nourishment) aims to make a holistic approach to create awareness for health and well being among the people.
Speaking at the launching function as Chief Guest, Deputy Chief Minister said, with the completion of 4 years of citizen centric governance, State Government has been able to achieve advancement in different sectors in the State. He said, many new schemes meant for benefiting people have been implemented and benefited the needy people. Reiterating the Government’s commitment for giving maximum benefits to the people, Joykumar Singh said, for a welfare human society all have to be contributed in their fields and maximum benefits should be reached to the needy people. It is in this direction that the State Government has been working and many tangible effects are being seen in the past four years. While acknowledging the fact that many developmental programmes and schemes are yet to reach in different areas especially the periphery/interior areas of the State, he said, making awareness about the programmes and schemes is the priority area where authorities especially the departmental officials should work so that people can be in touch with the same and benefitted. “Go to Hills” & “Go to Village” are being organised through which maximum enrolments can be made by the people for various schemes and programmes and benefitted them.
Lauding the efforts made by Health & FW and Social Welfare Departments, Deputy Chief Minister said, such campaign will definitely help to aware people about the vital needs and steps which are to be followed for a healthy human being. He also appealed to co-operate with the State Government’s initiatives for making a well developed healthy society.
Social Welfare Minister Okram Henry Singh while speaking at the function said, various programmes and schemes have been implemented for benefitting people beginning from pregnant women upto the aged in the State. Special programmes for differently able persons have also been launched and implemented. He also urged the officials for organising awareness campaigns throughout the State.
Advisor to Chief Minister (Health) Dr. Sapam Ranjan Singh also spoke on the importance of attaining a healthy society for enabling a developed State. Altogether, 23 Stalls opened at the Campaign which was jointly organised by Health & Family Welfare Department and Social Welfare. Anganwadi Workers & Helpers, Health Workers and students participated among others in the Campaign.

Friday, 12 March 2021 17:25

Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav mass rally held

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Chandel, Mar 12:

In connection with the celebration of 75 years of India’s Independence,( Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav) a mass rally was organised by the district administration Tengnoupal. The rally was flagged off jointly by the district Deputy Commissioner, Mayanglambam Rajkumar and SP Th. Bikramjit at Pallel New Bridge. The rally culminated at Kotlenphai village Tengnoupal district.
Speaking on the occasion Deputy Commissioner Tenoupal Mayanglambam Rajkumar said that the 75 years of India’s Independence is being celebrated all over India, starting today, 12th of March, and will continue till 15th August. As part of the celebration the rally being organised by the District administration.
Today’s Mass Rally was participated by DLOs and students of Nemkhochin Memorial Jr. H. School, Shalom English Academy, Cherith Foundation Cornerstone Academy. Police personnel, government officials, CSOs members, and the public of the district also participated in today’s rally.
In another event the 75 years of India’s Independence was also celebrated at United college, Chandel, as part of the celebration prizes were distributed for the essay competition held on the 12th of March in connection with the celebration.

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