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3 new covid-19 positive cases in the state, 1 dead case reported and 8 active cases at present.


In 
the past 24 hrs, Manipur records 3 new Covid-19 cases. Positivity rate is 2.4% and total positive cases in the state is 1,39,815. 1 persons discharged or recovered and total number of persons recovered is 1,37,658. Active cases at present is 8. Total number of persons tested as of today is 127. One death case reported  from State Covid-19 Common Control Room. 

1 covid-19 positive case in the state, 7 active cases at present.


In 
the past 24 hrs, Manipur records 1 new Covid-19 cases. Positivity rate is 0.6% and total positive cases in the state is 1,39,812. 3 persons discharged or recovered and total number of persons recovered is 1,37,657. Active cases at present is 7. Total number of persons tested as of today is 155. No death case reported  from State Covid-19 Common Control Room. 

Manipur Kabui Union representatives submitted memorandum to MPCC President K. Meghachandra.


Manipur Kabui Union, an indigenous tribe of Manipur submitted a joint memorandum under the leadership of Dr. K. Heera Kabui to K.Meghachandra, Hon'ble President, MPCC to raise their voice in the next Legislative Assembly of Manipur to protect and save Kabui cultures, customs, language, religion under the Universal Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous People in the Article 11 which states the dignity and diversity of cultures, traditions, histories and aspirations
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One Day National Dialogue on Tribal Heroes in India’s Freedom Struggle’ at the Centenary Hall of Manipur University, Canchipur.


Chief Minister N Biren attended the ‘One Day National Dialogue on Tribal Heroes in India’s Freedom Struggle’ at the Centenary Hall of Manipur University, Canchipur.  

The programme was held to honor the roles of unsung tribal heroes during India’s struggle for Independence. PM, Narendra Modi has taken up various initiatives, most prominent being the observation of Janjatiya Gaurav Divas on November 15.

Following PM’s announcement to set up tribal freedom fighters’ museums across the country, the construction of the Rani Gaidinliu Tribal Freedom Fighters’ Museum in the state is also underway.

Vice-Chancellor, Manipur University Prof. N. Lokendra Singh, Joint Secretary (NCST) Konthang Touthang, Professor, Department of History, Tripura University Prof. Sukhendu Debbarma, Vaibhav Surange of Akhil Bharatiya Vanvasi Kalyan Ashram, faculties and students of Manipur University also attended the programme among others.

2 new covid-19 positive cases in past 24 hrs, 11 active cases at present


In 
the past 24 hrs, Manipur records 0 new Covid-19 cases. Positivity rate is 1.3% and total positive cases in the state is 1,39,809. 2 persons discharged or recovered and total number of persons recovered is 1,37,650. Active cases at present is 11. Total number of persons tested as of today is 155. No death case reported  from State Covid-19 Common Control Room. 

River Cleaning campaign begins in Kangpokpi.


Following the successful cleaning and rejuvenation campaign of Nambul River, Directorate of Environment & Climate Change and Water Resources Department today launched a month-long ‘Cleaning of Imphal River Campaign under the River Rejuvenation Programme’ in Kangpokpi district. 

The programme is undertaken in collaboration with the District Administration Kangpokpi, Sadar Hills Autonomous District Council (SH-ADC), Kangpokpi Town Committee (KTC), Kangpokpi Women’s Welfare Organisation (KWWO), Kangpokpi Youth Union (KYU) among others.

Speaking to District Information Officer, Kangpokpi, Deputy Director Dr. T. Brajakumar Singh, Directorate of Environment and Climate Change said the target is to fully clean the Imphal River which is under the initiative of Chief Minister N. Biren Singh and guidance of Water Resources Minister Awangbow Newmai.  Informing that the Imphal River cleaning drive is along the stretch from Kangpokpi to Sekmai for phase-I, he said the cleaning process has started from today in Kangpokpi district. He also said, simultaneously a month-long awareness campaign will begin from coming Tuesday (4th October, 2022) at each and every wards of the district consisting of around 50 households. 

He said the target is to collect domestic waste at each household and to impose door to door waste collection at various establishments which will be done by the KTC under the overall supervision of the SH-ADC. He informed that actions have been taken up as per the District Environment Plan. 

Stating that the target is to change people’s habit and to privatise the door to door collection for self sustenance for the maintenance of the operation, he informed that the aim is to stop domestic waste/solid waste from polluting the Imphal River. 

He said establishment areas like markets, hospitals, offices, shops among others will have to mandatory pay fees for the collection of solid waste, which will be done on daily basis. He informed that in case the campaign is successful than it will be continued for few months. 

On the other hand, KTC Chairman Angam Leivon welcomed the move of the government and expressed his happiness over the cleaning of the river, plan for awareness campaign and collection of solid waste. Stating that the plan will surely help the people of the district to live in clean environment, he said the action plan is the need of the hour as it is important to save the rivers and other water bodies in the State.  

It may be noted that on 19th of this month, Water Resources Minister Awangbow Newmai along with  Kengoo Zuringla, IAS, Deputy Commissioner Kangpokpi and officials of Water Resources Department and Directorate of Environment & Climate Change had inspected the Imphal River, Makhan River and Sekmai River banks.

No Covid-19 positive cases in past 24 hrs.


In the past 24 hrs, Manipur records 0 new Covid-19 cases. Positivity rate is 0.0% and total positive cases in the state is 1,39,807. 0 persons discharged or recovered and total number of persons recovered is 1,37,643. Active cases at present is 16. Total number of persons tested as of today is 184. No death case reported  from State Covid-19 Common Control Room.