Items filtered by date: Tuesday, 21 September 2021
Reckless tourists are throwing garbage at the picturesque Khoupum Waterfall at Khoupum Valley in Noney District, located around 90 kilometre from the Imphal city.
Plastics and other wastes are piling at the famous picnic spot. According to Impact news sources, picnickers are recklessly dumping plastic wastes, water bottles, beer cans etc. in and around the waterfall. Both the relevant department and village authorities have failed to keep dustbins in the area.
Timely intervention should be taken to keep the beauty of the Khoupum waterfall intact.
Bangladesh will be hosting the 6th Edition of Asian Men's Hockey Championship at Dhaka’s Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium this December.
Arrangements are underway for the championship to be held under aegis of Asian Hockey Federation.The decision was taken during a meeting of Executive Councils of Asian Hockey Federation after the Tournament has been halted three times since last November due to Covid-19 pandemic.
Six Teams comprising of host Bangladesh, India, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan and South Korea are competing in the championship. It may be mentioned that India and Pakistan had each bagged Three Times Championship title of the Asian Men's Hockey Championship.
Manipur's players and officials who participated at the 11th National Kudo Championship & 1st Federation Cup 2021 have been felicitated. Kudo International Federation India organised the recently concluded Championship hosted by Himachal Pradesh.
Epa Pokpa Apokpa Ema Malem Apokpi (EPA EMA) Yourabung, Yourabung Village Development Committee (YVDC) and Yourabung Nishaband Meira Paibi (YNMP) jointly organised the fleicitation event at Chingkhei Ningthou Haraobung Yourabung.
It may be mentioned that Manipur secured 7 Gold, 7 Silver, 4 Bronze in the Championship and 7 Gold, 5 Silver and 5 Bronze in the 1st Federation Cup
Around 3 Thousand population of Kadi part 1 to 5 in Tamenglong District are facing hardships due to lack of Health Care Facility, dysfunctional lone Primary School and bad road connectivity
Around 3 thousand villagers of Kadi part 1 to 5 under Tamei Sub-Division in Tamenglong District, which is 116 kilometres away from the Imphal City are deprived of access to health facility. Many lives have lost due to lack of medical facility in the area. There are around 18 villages from Kadi part 1 to 5. Villagers have appealed to State Government to construct a Primary Health Centre in the area without further delay.
Lack of proper infrastructure and adequate teachers in the lone Primary School in the area has compelled villagers to send their children to far off places for schooling with much hardships. The lone Primary school in the area remains a namesake school without any teacher nor staff. Above all, the school lacks sanitation facility and staff quarter.
Road connectivity from Kadi part 1 to part 4 is also in a deplorable condition. One cannot even set foot on the road leading to District Headquarter after a slight rainfall bringing much plights to the villagers especially in times of medical emergencies. Construction of the road under PMGSY started sometime back but it remains incomplete. Grasses have even started sprouting on some portion of the blacktopped road.
It is high time, Government's 'Go To Hills' and 'Go To Village' missions reach to Kadi Villagers.