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    Assam's COVID-19 recovery rate improves to 97.99 per cent

    Assam on Friday recorded 149 new COVID-19 cases, pushing the state's total tally to 2,12,320. COVID-19 recovery rate in Assam has improved to 97.99 per cent with the recovery of 160 more patients on Friday, state Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said. The number of recovered cases in the state as of Friday was 2,08,065, as per the update posted by the health minister on Twitter....

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    Manipur begins preparation for COVID-19 vaccine

    Line listing of health care workers in 138 government health facilities and 108 private health facilities are completed and coverage of other front line workers will be taken up, the principal secretary said. Principal secretary Health, V Vumlunmang has said the state government has started preparatory work for COVID-19 vaccine as advised by the Health and Family Welfare Ministry. Vumlunmang was...

    • 5 hrs ago
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    Manipur: Fire mishap claims lives of four minors in Kangpokpi district

    The mishap happened on Wednesday evening as the hut they were sleeping caught fire. In a tragic incident, four minors, including three girls and a boy, died as the hut they were sleeping caught fire on Wednesday evening at the jungle of K Moljol village near Keithelmanbi in Kangpokpi district. Reports said the victims were staying in the hut along with their mother and...

    • 15 hrs ago
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    Manipur bags most improved small state, law and order awards at India Today Conclave 2020

    Manipur ranked 8th position in 2019 and 9th position in 2018 in the Most Improved Small State (Overall) category. Manipur bagged th e Most Improved Small State (Overall) & Law and Order Awards at the India Today e-State of the States Conclave and Awards 2020 which was streamed live on Friday. Chief Minister N Biren Singh delivered a short two-minute...

    • 16 hrs ago
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    Night curfew clamped in entire Manipur till December 31

    Social and customary ceremonies should be organised for family members only, an order issued by the home department said. The Manipur Home department on Friday issued an order imposing night curfew from 6pm to 4am with immediate effect till December 31. The curfew followed the notification issued by the Ministry allowing local restriction to be enforced in state and Union territories in...

    • 16 hrs ago
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    Allegations, audit point to large-scale misuse of CAMPA fund in Manipur

    A test check revealed that CAMPA fund was misused for construction of community hall, assistance to a local club, distribution of sewing machines and other activities. Serious allegations and an audit report point to large-scale irregularities of CAMPA fund in Manipur. It has been alleged that the state forest department has failed to execute extensive afforestation work...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    Manipur bags most improved small state, law and order award at India Today Conclave 2020

    Manipur ranked 8th position in 2019 and 9th position in 2018 in the Most Improved Small State (Overall) category. Manipur bagged th e Most Improved Small State (Overall) & Law and Order Awards at the India Today e-State of the States Conclave and Awards 2020 which was streamed live on Friday. Chief Minister N Biren Singh delivered a short two-minute...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    Student bodies call for indefinite bandh on Imphal-Jiribam road

    The indefinite bandh has been called as the 10-day ultimatum set by the student bodies for the government to fulfil their demand for specialist doctors to be posted in Tamenglong district hospital ended on Thursday. Student organisations in Tamenglong district of Manipur have jointly called for an indefinite bandh on Imphal-Jiribam road along the National Highway-37 and national...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    Manipur's COVID-19 death toll climbs to 256

    Seven more COVID-19 patients died in Manipur on Friday. Manipur's COVID-19 death toll rises to 256 as seven more persons succumbed to the viral infection on Friday and the confirmed tally increased to 24,514, the state health department said. As many as 218 persons (120 males and 98 females) from the general population and four personnel from Central Armed Police Force (CAPF) were confirmed as new...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    #StandwithStan: Civil bodies celebrate National Vigil for the Constitution and Human Rights Defenders

    On the occasion of the Constitution day in Delhi, the National Vigil for the Constitution and Human Rights Defenders was held in the context of the arrest of Fr Stan Swamy on the night of October 8 by the NIA It was on November 6. He stood there in the court asking for a straw and a sipper because his hands which has now become unsteady could no...

    • 24 hrs ago

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