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RISING CRIME AGAINST WOMEN ON SOCIAL MEDIA A CONCERN: MINISTER SHYAMKUMAR

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IMPHAL, 05 AUGUST 2017 (DIPR): Shri Thounaoujam Shyamkumar, Minister Forests and Environment, MAHUD, Town Planning and Horticulture and Soil Conservation, today raise concern over the rising crime against women in the State, especially on the social media.

He was speaking as the Chief Guest of the function at the Annual Fresher's Meet (2017-2018) of GP Women's College Hostel at the DM College campus, Thangmeiband, Imphal West. Encouraging the young girls to concentrate on studies for a brighter future, Th. Shyamkumar spoke on virtues of inculcating a good moral character.

Minister Shyamkumar advised the girl students to study hard and maintain conducive atmosphere so that they can add value to their college. He also asked them to plant flowers and fruit bearing trees around the hostel campus.

As promised during his speech, Minister Th. Shyamkumar kept his word by sending around 70 saplings of orange and lemon from the Horticulture Department for the hostel students which was appreciated by the teachers and students.

Addressing the gathering as the President, Shri Ksh. Rajeshwar Singh, Superintendent, GP Women's College Hostel, said we have to maintain discipline in every sphere of our life to become a successful person. He also drew the attention of the Minister over the bad drainage system surrounding the hostel, established in 1965.

Dr. B. Lalhari Sharma, Principal, GP Women's College, teaching and non-teaching staffs, students attended the function. Cultural programmes were also showcased during the function.  (DIPR)

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STATE LEVEL TEACHER’S DAY CELEBRATED;NEED TO INTROSPECT TEACHING SYSTEM: Y.JOYKUMAR SINGH

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IMPHAL, 5th SEPTEMBER, 2017(DIPR):            Manipur celebrated Teacher’s Day today as a mark of honourtoDr.SarvapaliRadhakrishnan ,second President of India. State level celebration was held at the Auditorium of Manipur State Film Development Society (MSFDS) at KonungMamang in Imphal. Deputy Chief Minister Shri YumnamJoykumar Singh along with Education Minister Shri Th. Radheshyam Singh led the people to pay floral tribute to the portrait of departed educationist and Bharat RatnaDr. S. Radhakrishnan.

Speaking on the occasion, Deputy Chief Minister said, there is the need to introspect teaching system in the State. He said, lot of changes have been witnessed over a period of decades. In olden days, relationship between teachers and students were good enough to infuse knowledge. Competitive examinations were held regularly so that competitions among students increased a lotbut in these days, it has been witnessing a change.Hesaid, good relationship between teachers and students are the key for an effective teaching and learning system.

Shri Joykumar Singh further said, teachers should pay utmost care and love to the students as their children and students should also respect teachers as their parents so that a pleasant environment can be created for learning. Teachers should not engage themselves only on formal teaching but to teach informal education like discipline and cleanliness to students. He appreciated the Green School Campaign undertaken by the Education Department in the State and appealed to take pledge by the teachers and students to teach and learn for a meaningful future.

Education Minister Shri Th. Radheshyam Singh while speaking at the function said, teachers are the main contributing force that human resource development can be made possible in society. He said, what we are today is their contributions and we should respect them at our best. Keeping in view of the role played by the teachers, Government is fully committed for their welfare. Their problems including transfer & posting, quarters in remote schools, service extension to the National and State Awardees will soon be sorted out.

On teaching and learning system in Government Schools, Shri RadheshyamSingh  said, there has been lack of extracurricular and co-curricular activities in schools which the Government has taken care of and will try to revamp it soon. Dhanamanjuri University Bill and other two bills regarding regulation, control and checking of private schools and private coaching/tuition centres will soon be implemented. Lauding the contributions made by private schools in education sector in the State, Shri Radheshyam Singh appealed to all the stakeholders to co-operate with the Government in bringing a major change in the sector in days to come.

Shri YumnamRadheshyam , Chairman(MANIDCO & MANITRON) and Shri T.T. Haokip, Chairman, Hill Areas Committee of Manipur Legislative Assembly also spoke on the occasion.

Altogether, 10 teachers were awarded with State Teachers Award and teachers selected for their contributions in Green School Campaign were also felicitated in the function. A book named “Education in Manipur” written by Dr. S. Jamini Devi was also released in the function. Principal Secretary Education(S) Vineet Joshi, Commissioner (Higher & Technical Education) H. Deleep Singh, teachers and students participated in the function.(DIPR)

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WOMEN SHOULD FIGHT FOR THEIR RIGHTS AND GET JUSTICE FOR THEIR COURAGE - NAJMA HEPTULLA

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Imphal, September 4, 2017 (DIPR):  Hon'ble Governor of Manipur Dr. Najma Heptulla said that women should fight for their rights and get justice for their courage. She said this after watching the 35mm celluloid Manipuri film 'Nangna Kappa Pakchadey – Tears of a Woman', screened today at the Durbar Hall, Raj Bhavan, Imphal. The film is the 5th production of PK films directed by Dr. Makhonmani Mongsaba, produced by Thouyangba and Thoungamba and story by Late Maharaj Kumari Binodini Devi. The film, produced in the year 2013, has been screened in many International Film festivals and has recently received the Special Judge Award with the title Epic Mirror of the Century from Kinshasa International Film Festival (KIFF). The movie focused on women empowerment giving a true hope for a new muscular feminism.

The Governor said that when a man and woman produce a child, it is their responsibility to take care of the child and not leave them unfortunately. It is the nature. If the woman and the man do not take the responsibility, the guardians would not know what to do and how to fight it out. Greed makes a person the way he behaves, she further added. The movie that focused on the sufferings of a young village woman and her child left by her husband and denied of her rights. Inspite of her young age she took the challenge to take the responsibility of the child and lives for the child. This kind of life, seen in all parts of the country, is the problem of the society. This is the story of Manipur. The film was so beautifully produced and so simple. There is no melodrama but a true story, she added. She further said that the movie gave a message that women should be independent and not beg for something.

She also said that she had been working, nationally and internationally, for the empowerment of the women and had come across the same condition in other parts of the world. Remembering a discussion with an African woman, she said that the woman collects firewood, cooks food, feed the children and husband go into the forest for a long walk and do not work. It is the woman who works. The story was the same everywhere. However, today the things are changing and that is the message of the film.

She also expressed her desire to dub the film into Hindi or other languages instead of English as people in other country will have problem with the language and people will see more. Appreciating the works of the producers and the actors, she said that she would try to make some shows outside Manipur.  

Tonthoi, Denny, Leibakshemba were the lead actors with Sorojini, and Pishak supporting the movie. Many well-known women working for women empowerment and other art lovers attended the screening of the film. (DIPR) 

K.D.A. BEATS THE HOST TEAM T.L.Y.C. TO CLINCH THE CHAMPION CUP

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Imphal, September 4, 2017 (DIPR): Education, Labour and Employment Minister Shri Thokchom Radheshyam Singh said that playground needs to be preserved to make the dreams of young spirited sport children come true.

 He was speaking as Chief Guest at the Closing Function of the 3rd District Level 7 A Side Under 13 Football Tournament - 2017 at Tourangbam Leikai Ground, Heirok. The event was organised by Tourangbam Leikai Youth Club (T.L.Y.C.) which carries a trophy and a cash prize of Rs. 10,000 for the winner. While the runners up being awarded with Rs. 5000. In addition to the cash prize the Hon’ble Minister contributed an additional amount of Rs. 3000 to winner and Rs. 2000 for runners up respectively.

 The Kabo Leikai Development Association lifted the winning cup, beating the host team Tourangbam Leikai Youth Club (T.L.Y.C.) by 5 – 4 at the Penalty Shoot Out. The championship was overall participated by 12 teams.

The Minister said that sports should be given the same importance as education, to make the children stay healthy and divert them from wrong things. The state has huge potential as power house of sports and to better the condition of sports, he said, every possible requirement and help will be extended from the government’s side.(DIPR)