Saturday, May 17, 2008

Bangziak a Bandh beithei lou ahiam?

Editorial, Manipur Express May 17, 2008

Kitatsat hetlou a Bandh omna state kichi koilai hihiam chih dotna kibawl lehang, lehkha thei leh theilou kuapeuh in Manipur ahi chi’n dawnna pechiat ding uhi.Manipur state bangkhop a bandh om thithe leitung koilai mun mah ah omlou hi. Adikdik gen in a kuakua Ministry om in Political party khat peuh in Manipur state ah vaihawmna len le uleng Bandh kichi om thouthou dingin gintak-huai hi. General Strike/Blockade/dharna chihte Manipur mipite lungtang ah chi (seed) bang a tuh in a om khinta chih theih hi.

Bandh om a chimtak huaidan leh kuadang sang mah in mipi vantang in a thuaklawhdan Newspaper hi’n govt lam hitaleh taklang thithe mahle uleng bangpi phatuam tuanlou tawh kibang hi. State Government in civil organization tuamtuamte ban ah, asang asim Joint Action Committee(JAC) tuamtuamte akipan demand omte khat khit in khatkhat in abanban in kihoulempih mahle uh bandh pen a zia om deuh dingin kilang mahleh kuamah lungkimsak zawhvek hilou khop in om veve a,Government in leng MoU leh adangdangte leng ngaidau gawp vek hi’n kilang hi.

Peaceful agitation kichi Manipur ah thang mahmah a, Gandhian policy i zuihna mahmah uh ahi hi. Himahleh, peaceful agitation ziak in thil demand ibawl pen zekai ade aw chihtheih in om hi. Violence deuh a gamtatna om chiangin, ahihkei leh, misi luang nih le thum a kikham chiangin state Government bil va sikkhapan mah bang in kilang in om thei mawk hi.A poimawh bel tuni chiangin mipi tamtak lungsim ah masawnna ding leh khantouhna ding lam a fel sang mahin kiphindan ding, dharna, sit-in-protest leh hiamgam taka kiphindan ding lampi tuamtuama kizatna lam ah i ngaihsutna(mid-set) uh hahzatpen maimah i hi uhiam chihtheih ding in om hi.

Ahihziak in Government adinga buaihuai mahmah ding khat om hi.Aziakbel i tenna gam uh disturbed area nuai a om ahih dungzui in i buai chiang in buai petmah uh a, Government in pawl khat a houpih sung in buaina dang khat om man zel in mun tuamtuam buai vengvung a, state Government adingin leng thil saidan ah lung-ap huai hun tam mahmah ding in kilang hi.

Bangteng bangteng hileleng, Government mawhpuakna alian veve hi. Kua pawl hiam in bandh ding chi in tangkoupih mahle uleng state government in thagum zang alampi a sukvang ngeingei ding uh ahi. Khawpi tuamtuam i et chiang in state Police force a hat ngeingei leh kuaman a mawkmai in bandh bawl ngamlou uhi. Manipur state i et leh a ut teng in state life-line kichi National Highway No. 39 leh NH No. 54 khawng bandh zialzial thei ua, state Government ihmu tawh kibang lel hi. Inter district kikawmtuahnate bel bandh in a zou maithei a, himahleh highway-te bel bandh in a zawh ding hilou hi.

Bangziak a hiai gen i hiam i chih leh Manipur ah sepaih tampi petmah om in miksi hon kizui mah bang in om nuaunuau petmah uhi. Pangei ah Manipur Police Training Centre om a, huai ah recruitment a lakthak mi tamtak training in om gige uhi. District chih ah Army adim in om a Police Force, MR leh IRB om lai hi. Bandh/Strike/economic blockade a om ni khua a, bangziak a bandh bawltute’n gari hihsia a, lampi lai dangtan a tyre leh a tuamtuam zalentak a halthei uhiam chihte kidot tham ahi hi. State Government hat taktak hilebel bandh pen pawlkhat in bawl mahle uleng kikawmtuahna lampi hihbuai zoulou himhim ding in koihthei uhi.

I gennop khat ahihleh Manipur Rifles chauh leng battalion tamtak om a, IRB in
behlap zawmah in security force kichi himhim state sung ah tamlaw mahmah hi. Bandh bawl ahih dek chiang in Government in bandh bawlna area teng ah security adim in koih uhenla, Imphal a om Ist leh IInd MR teng chauh in leng hih ding neilou a a om sang un bandh bawlna area ah chiangpum khat tawh va ding maimai le uleng phatuam mahmah ding hi. Panggei a trainingte bang leng zat theih ding in om a, bandh na area neu mahmah ahihziak in a vangkim in army leh BSF te khawng patrolling danin kivial leh sak hehu le uh bandh bawl hileleng, kikawmtuahna bangmah buailou ding hi.

State Government in armed forces/security-te zatdan (utilize) dan a siam ding uh ahi. Bandh / strike leh adangdang a om dek chiang in sepaih tamtak bandh na area ah kintak in sawllut le uh nautang ading in phatuam mahmah ding a, sepaih asing asim om ahihna ah, a zatdan a siam uh deihhuai mahmah hi. Imphal chauh ah leng sepaih tam mahmah a District dang a a buaidek leh Imphal a sepaih omte lak a bangzah hiam sawlkhia uhen la, District chih a security force omte tawh pangkhawm in thagum in lampi hongsak in amau leng opkhum deuh le uh chihhuai mahmah hi.

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    CM to leave for New Delhi talks on Kuki SoO

    By : A Staff Reporter

    IMPHAL, May 16: State chief minister O Ibobi Singh is leaving for New Delhi tomorrow to meet the Union home minister and discuss the suspension of operation with Kuki militants for which the state Cabinet has approved the revised ground rules in a Cabinet meeting held on April 21.

    A Cabinet meeting held today prior to the chief minister’s visit to the national capital discussed the ground rules of the SoO as well as the “tripartite talks” with the Kuki militant groups, the state government and Central government as participants.

    The Cabinet also decided to launch a new scheme called ‘State Merit Scholarship Scheme’ in which Rs. 1000 would be given to 300 students for three years in order of merit from first position holders in the XII class examination commencing from this current year.

    The chief minister who is leaving Imphal tomorrow for New Delhi will hold talks with the Union home minister and top officials of the MHA and discuss the ground rules for SoO again.

    Mention may be made that the SoO is currently in force between the Central security forces and some Kuki militants under UPF and KNO.

    After the chief minister’s meeting with the Union home minister, another round of official level meeting between the officials of the state government and MHA will be held, the source said.

    Mention may be made that the state Cabinet in one of the meetings on February 2 this year approved the revised ground rules for suspension of operation, SoO and later conveyed it to the MHA on April 4.

    The Kuki National Organization, KNO which earlier said it would not take part in meetings chaired by the Manipur government representatives, later conveyed their willingness to go ahead with the ‘tripartite talks’ with the government of India and government of Manipur.

    Regarding KNO’s stand, the MHA joint secretary, north east also held talks with the state chief secretary.

    In this regard, the first meeting chaired by the representatives of the Union ministry of home affairs was held in a hotel at New Delhi in which the state principal secretary (home) and inspector general of police (intelligence) attended from the Manipur government side.

    On the same day, separate meetings were held with the representatives of KNO and United People’s Front, an apex body of some Kuki militants which are maintaining SoO with the Central security forces in the state.

    In that meetings, the ground rules of suspension of operation approved by the state Cabinet were given to KNO and UPF representatives.

    Another round of meeting is scheduled to be held within the next few days chaired by a Manipur government’s representative and to be attended by the representatives of KNO, UPF and MHA officials. The comment of the KNO and UPF on the revised ground rules are likely to be taken here.

    The next round of meeting as informed by the joint secretary, NE, MHA to the state government will be hosted by the MHA and will be chaired by a representative of the Manipur government

    The Cabinet on April 21 had decided to depute the state chief secretary, DGP and IGP (intelligence) to represent the state government in the second meeting to be convened by the ministry of home affairs.

    Today’s Cabinet also decided to launch a new scheme ‘State Merit Scholarship Scheme’ which will give scholarships worth Rs. 1000 per month for three years to 300 students securing highest marks.

    The scholarship is to be given as a part of the state government’s encouragement to the students and to help them in further study.

    The Cabinet also discussed the demand of the All Tribal Students’ Union, Manipur and decided to press for the percentage reservation of the tribals and schedule castes in the Manipur University which was in force before it was taken by the Centre.

    Mention may be made the ASTUM imposed economic blockade in regard to their demand is due to end by 6 am tomorrow (May 17).

    Regarding their demand. representatives of the ASTUM held a meeting with the chief minister today. Further talks will be held tomorrow before the chief minister leaves Imphal, a source said.

    Imphal Free Press

    16 killed in Dimapur factional bloodbath; NSCN(IM)’s ceasefire cell stoned, houses burnt, situation voilatile, Congress calls Nagaland bandh

    By : A Staff Reporter

    Dimapur, May 16: In continued factional violence, 16 people including 14 from the NSCN-Unification and two civilians were killed while three others, all civilians, were injured in three separate factional incidents in Dimapur on Friday.

    In the first incident, 14 NSCN-Unification cadres were killed after being ambushed by rival NSCN(IM) cadres at Seithekima-C village near Patkai College at around 6 am on Friday. The incident occurred when the NSCN-Unification cadres were returning after executing an attack on the rival cadres. Thirteen cadres died on the spot while another, who was seriously injured in the clash, succumbed to injuries later.

    In the second incident, two civilians died while two others, also civilians, were injured in a firing incident in front of the NSCN(IM)'s Ceasefire Monitoring Cell at 4th Mile area in Dimapur.

    Earlier in the day, at around 12.30 pm, a large number of people congregated at Dimapur's Diphupar police station when the bodies of the 12 NSCN-Unification cadres were brought there. The people shouted slogans in protest against the killings while another group of people gheraoed the NSCN(IM)'s Ceasefire Monitoring Cell. The crowd soon became agitated and started pelting stones at the cell, followed by setting fire to it.

    Some petrol bombs were also lobbed at the NSCN(IM)'s cell as a result of which a thatched structure on the rooftop of the two-storey cell caught fire. A youth was also seen climbing up the cell along with a pistol and firing shots at those holed up inside. However, it could not be ascertained whether he was from any faction or a civilian.

    Around 20 IRB personnel, who reached the spot, were intercepted by the public, mostly women.

    While all this was going on, shots were fired intermittently by NSCN(IM) cadres who were holed up inside the Ceasefire Monitoring Cell. The violence continued for nearly two hours. At around 2.45 pm, some armed NSCN (IM) cadres arrived at the scene and fired indiscriminately in which the two civilians were killed and two others, both civilians, injured. Later, some from the NSCN-Unification cadres also arrived at the scene that led to a gun battle which continued till 5 pm.

    Meanwhile, the irate mob burnt down three houses in the vicinity. The houses were that of two NSCN(IM) functionaries and a civilian, all from the Tangkhul tribe.

    In the evening, another group of people set fire to two houses at Wungram Colony, followed by an exchange of fire between the two factions in the area. A civilian was injured in the crossfire here.

    The district administration has clamped Section 144 Cr.PC in and around Dimapur till Chumukedia area until further orders. The siruation is extremely volatile in the town.

    Meanwhile, peeved over the rising violent cases in Nagaland and the unusual inflation of essential commodities, the Nagaland Congress has called for a 12-hour dawn to dusk Dimapur bandh on May 19.

    Addressing a press conference, Congress Legislature Party (CLP), Leader, I. Imkong revealed that the decision was taken in today’s CLP meeting held at his official residence at Kohima to discuss on the reports submitted by the Committees on price rise and law & order problem.

    Expressing grief over the killing of more than 14 persons, including a civilian woman in today’s factional at Dimapur, Imkong viewed the situation as nothing short of anarchy as the administration has totally failed to defuse the situation.

    He also expressed surprise at the State Government’s inability to control the deteriorating law and order situation inspire of appeals from the Congress Party to wake and take actions as per the directions of the Central Government. He also revealed that the Centre has already give Standard Operation Procedures (SOP) to the Government to act to control such situation.

    On State Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio’s statement that factional clashes are political in nature, the Congress Leader questioned how could clashes be termed a political issue when the civilians are involved and their lives and properties in danger.

    The Congress was apprehensive of a civil war in the State unless the prevailing situation is arrested immediately.

    Dwelling on the inflation of essential commodities, Imkong expressed surprise over the difference of prices in neighbouring State of Assam and Nagaland. He pointed that prices in Nagaland is almost 90% higher than that in Assam.

    He also revealed that the CLP had called on the State Chief Minister, Neiphiu Rio and also submitted a memorandum to the Governor, K. Sankaranarayanan this evening on the two issues.

    MLA Deo Nukhu expressed surprise that Rio Government even after saying that peace talks are moving in the right direction has started blaming the Centre for the law and order situation in the State. “We are for unity and peace of Nagas and don’t want any killing among the Nagas,” he added.

    Veteran Congress leader, H. Chuba Chang stated that the Government was not sincere to help the public by taking stock of the situation because of which the public are coming out to defend themselves.

    Meanwhile, the CLP through the memorandum submitted to the Governor expressed that the State Government is neglecting and ignoring the duties and obligations to be undertaken in the areas of inflation and law and order problem.

    The CLP was skeptical about the luke warm attitude of the Government headed by Neiphiu Rio and blamed him for the deteriorating law and order situation and exorbitant price rise.

    “We are inclined to believe that Rio’s Government is directly or indirectly patronizing some factions of Underground to escalate the situation which is endangering and jeopardizing the innocent lives of the public,” the memo said, adding that with so many forces under his (Rio’s) command it is his bounden responsibility to protect the lives of the innocent.

    The memo of remarked that under the situation in turmoil, people of Nagaland have lost the confidence in the administration of Rio’s Government while also expressing strong conviction that if this (DAN) Government is allowed to continue further there will be further deterioration of the entire situation which will turn into a state of anarchy.

    Therefore, the Congress appealed that the Governor should ask Government of India to step in to save the State and its people. “The total constitution break down must be controlled and saved at all cost,” the CLP memorandum added.

    Source: The Imphal Free Press

    Friday, May 16, 2008

    Believe it or not! It's true - Nareepol Tree in Thailand

    Hey this is a fruit in human shape.Unbelievable just have a look

    This is amazing tree named "Nareepol" in Thai. Naree means "girl/woman" and pol means plant/tree or "buah" in Malay. It means women tree. It is amazing what God create the World in many forms that amused human beings….You can see the real tree at Petchaboon province about almost 500 kms away from Bangkok.


    According to this fanciful message, which is making the rounds of the Internet via email, blogs and forums, the accompanying photographs depict an amazing tree in Thailand that grows fruit in human shape. The images show what appears to be small, perfectly formed figures of women "growing" from amid the leaves of the tree.

    Many people apparently believe that the Nareepol Tree and its improbable fruit really exists and, although they have never seen it "in the flesh" (so to speak), some have even come to regard it as a sacred object. However, the Nareepol Tree is almost certainly nothing more than a hoax. If such an amazing phenomenon was real, the tree would undoubtedly be quite famous and there would be many media reports published about it all around the world. The scientific community and religious groups would also have examined the tree and published their findings. Instead, the only information about the alleged Nareepol Tree is in versions of the above message.

    Moreover, the three photographs above appear to be the only images of the tree available. Given the self-publishing power provided by the Internet, if the tree was real, there would surely be myriad photographs of the tree available on many different blogs, travel websites and photo sharing websites.

    According to the message, the Nareepol Tree is located in the Petchaboon province. So, if the tree and its fruit really existed, it would likely be a major tourist attraction for the region and promoted as such. However, the tree is not listed as an attraction on any credible travel related websites for the Petchaboon province.

    Thus, it seems very probable that some unknown prankster has created the hoax by cleverly attaching a few man-made figurines to an ordinary tree's branches and then taking some photographs to document his "creation". The junction where each "fruit" joins the branch is conveniently obscured by leaves, perhaps to hide the wire or twine that holds it aloft. And, the figures look too uniform to be natural. Except for the positioning of the arms, each piece of "fruit" is virtually identical in size and colour. Real fruit is likely to vary considerably in size, hue and quality, even when growing on the same tree.

    The description of the Nareepol Tree and the photographs of its "fruit" are amusing and the message is basically harmless so long as recipients do not take its claims seriously.

    Last updated: 1st April 2008
    First published: 1st April 2008

    Write-up by Brett M. Christensen


    ZSP Golden Jubilee Bulletin | May 14 - 22, 2008 | Issue: I Vol. II


    Zou sung a sangnaupangte kitaidemna lam a mi kiphal, sangnaupang ngaina leh khantouna diing deina in kumteng in tam anuoi a teng in ZSP Meritorious Award chi’n ana tuoh uhi.

    (L) Rev. T. Doupu Award – Topper in Zou MIL, Class X : Donated by Pu T. Hangkhanpau, President, UZO and MLA Singngat A/C and family.
    Pu (L) Thangkhanlal Award – Overall Topper, Class X : Donated by Pi Chingkhokim and family
    Ka Pu (L) Saipu Award – Topper in Zou MIL, Class XII : Donated by Upa Khamzathawng, MPS, ASP (Retd) and family.
    (L) Pu Suahzahau Award– Overall Topper, Class XII : Donated by Pu P. Chinzakhup, Ex-President, UZO

    Tamteng ban ah Discipline tuomtuom a Award donate utte a diing in kot hon ahi zing hi.



    ZSP Gen. Hqtr. saina in One Day Seminar on Carrer Guidance May 9, 2008 in lawchingtah in zouta uhi. Tuahun ah, Resource Person in UK a zilna zou Dr. David Vumlallian pang a, sangnaupang 150 valte’n phattuompi mama uh chithu kiza hi.



    ZSP gen. Hqtr. saina in Gen. Hqtr. leh Blockte’n May 10, 2008 in Zogal Hall, Zoveng a kikhopna nei uhi. Tua hun ah, Block 7te apat Report leh mailam hun a panlah ding dan zong kikupkhawmna nei uhi. Second Session ah, ZSP Golden Jubilee lopna diing toh kisai a panlahkhawm diing dan genkhawm ua, Sport leh Culture lampang uong bawl diing chi thu zong genkhawm uhi.


    ZSP Gen. Hqtr. VAIPOTE

    President : Pu Khamchinmang
    Vice President : Pu Robert Zamminlun
    Secretary : Pu John Chinlianmang
    Jt. Secretary : Pu Mark Ginlianmang
    Secretary (Org) : Pu Kamkhanhau
    Finance Secretary : Pu Chinlunmang
    Treasurer : Pi Chiinmuankim
    Secretary (Women) : Pi Niangboi
    Secretaries : Pu Khaisuankhup (Pub. Rel)
    Pu Chinzakham (Culture)
    Pu Nengchinlam (Sports)
    Pu Chinzakhup (Music)
    Pu Lallianmang (Info & Pub)
    Pu Donglamthang (Info & Pub)



    Zou sung a Laibu gielkha tapou in – Laibu min, a kisut kum Pu T. Lamkhothawng leh Pu T. Kamhau, Zomi Colony kung ah a piehthei gige hi. Lamka Khopi pulam ate’n ZSP Block/Branch, President ahilouleh Secretary kung ah zong a piehthei gige diing hi.


    ZSP HSLC leh HSSLCte thei diing

    HSLC leh HSSLC I-Div. a pass teng in na Marksheet uh Photocopy khat chiet May 31, 2008 tan a ZSP Ghq. Office ah Meritorious Award a diing in piehthei ahi.



    ZSP Golden Jubile a diing Article pe-utte’n June 30, 2008 tan in Pu T. Lamkhothawng leh Pu T. Kamhau, Zomi Colony kung ah a piehthei gige hi. Thei diing

    * Zou haam a gielte’n MIL Standard zui diing.
    * Editing apoimaw bang in Souvenir Board in a bawlthei diing.
    * Pom-le-pomlou diing Souvenir Board thuneina ahi diing.


    District dang leh State tuomtuom a um Zou Sangnaupangte’n na Result uh ngainuom huoi tah mai tami Bulletin a suodiing in hing thot un.



    Pu T. Thongzadou, ZSP President masapen in ana pang a, ama khu Indian Army sung ah Leutenant Colonel tan in ana retired ta hi. Tualeh, ama’n ta 4 (li) a nei a, amaute zong Gazzetted Officer rank ngen in a khangsang hi. A tate leh ahina uh –

    1) Ms. Chindeikim – Doctor
    2) Mr. T. Ginlunmang – Leutenant Colonel, Indian Army
    3) Ms. Siamhoiching – Deputy Commandent, CRPF, leh
    4) Mr. T. Thanglianhau – Assistant Commandant, BSF.

    ZSP khangthu a diing in etton tah leh pahtat huoi vawt innkuon ahi uhi. Pasian in puitou zelta hen.



    ZSP Golden Jubilee thawm ging in, kawl-lu-kawl-taw dengkha in, a thawm ging khuong/tawm kitum ging bang in ka bilha ah a ging zingta hi. Ahun lah ka ngaituo chieng in ha 6/7 vel maimai um in ka thei nalai a, ka lungsim a kipah in hunluite ka geldoh vengvung mai hi. “Oh ! where are the days of Singtom ZSP, here it sounds and echoed against the valleys and Zodawn”. A thupi diing dan ka ngaituo chieng in ngahla tentun veng; ‘hing tung meng in ! zing zou nuom veng, na liim ah guol toh laamtang kai nuom ing, aw ! ZSP Golden Jubilee’. Pasian in Committee member teng guolzawlta hen


    Editorial.. .........

    I ngahla uh HSSLC Result kipuonkhiet toh kituoh in khenkhat a diing in kipahna a suoh a, khenkhat a diing in mittui luonna a suoh hi. Bangteng hitaleh, lawchinna nga tengteng na un-un ZSP Golden Jubilee Bulletin tungtawn in kipahpina thu ka hing puong uhi.

    Tutung ZSP apat sangnaupangte’n na bawl hoi mama ua, kum dang a toh tekah in Pass Percentage a hoi mama a, tami Bulletin kisuotan a thei in –

    I Division : 25;
    II Division : 32; tualeh,
    III Division leh Compartment ah zong hunkhop khat a um nalai hi.

    Tuni’n tamtah i lawching ua, tamtah i lawsam uhi. A
    lawchingte’n zong kipah dan siem a, a lawsamte’n zong puohzang dan siem a poimaw hi.

    Koima damsung a lawching a umsih hi. Khatvei teitei mihing hina dawl ah lawsapna i tuoh diing mawng ahi. Tom Landry in “Na lawsap chieng in a thuoh dan siem in (recognize resistance)”; tualeh, Robert Stephenson in “Lungkiet lam mite theisahlou diing” ana chi hi. Tuajieh in, lawsapna khu huntawp ahisia, tupna kitup tah na neipou leh tunia lawchingte zong khatvei tei na delpha veve diing hi. Mi doilohte bou a lungke bai a, tup-le-ngim a neisih uhi.

    Mi thupite’n bang a gen uai, en vai – India Prime Minister 11na Pu Chandra Shekar in “Khatvei tei India Prime Minister hi diing ka tup ahi’ ana chi a; tualeh, Abraham Lincoln in Class V a simlai peh in US President hi diing a ut thu ana gen ngaita hi. A tupna uh a tuhdet jieh un mi lawching a suoh mai uhi. Amaute zong a damsung un lawsapna lienpi tah tuohsa mihing ana hi ua, eite’n zong i lawsapnate uh manghil in tupna sang tah toh kipantha kia in i khandawng tha hoi laite ze-tha kia vai.

    “Na tupna (goal) na tunna diing in nikhat in kalkhat suon zel in” – Anon

  • Student shot at, campus erupts - VC leads protest in Manipur University


    Teachers and students of Manipur University at the demonstration in Imphal on Thursday. Picture by Eastern Projections Imphal, May 15: Manipur University vice-chancellor C. Amuba Singh led a demonstration of teachers and students on the campus today after a police commando shot at and wounded a student in Imphal East district last night.

    Thonkchom Ranjit, a student of chemistry at the university, was on a motorcycle through Kongba Lairenpat with a friend, Y. Lamyanba, riding pillion when they were stopped near a bus stop for frisking.

    While the two were being frisked, one of the police commandos shot at Ranjit from his regulation AK-series. Police, however, denied foul play.

    “The firing was accidental and the policeman had no intention of injuring the student. The police team rushed him to the hospital. He is at present out of danger. A probe is under way to ascertain how the shot was fired,” a police officer said.

    The superintendent of police, Imphal East, Th. Radhesyham Singh, said a case had been registered against the commando and he would not be spared if found guilty.

    The police, however, did not disclose his name.

    The 24-year-old, who was hit in his right knee, is undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Imphal. His condition is, however, stable.

    Condemning the incident, Amuba Singh said: “Targeting a student and misuse of a service weapon by police personnel is very unfortunate.”

    Students demanding action against the police party assembled at the demonstration site with placards reading: “We demand justice” and “Commandos should not violate students’ rights”.

    The protest today affected work on campus.

    “The student is lucky enough to have survived. What if he would have died? We will not remain silent until the police team involved in the case is punished in two days,” the president of the Democratic Students’ Alliance of Manipur, Ashirjit Luwang, said.

    Ranjit is a resident of Khurai in Imphal East district.

    “Ranjit is a disciplined and a good student. I don’t think he did anything wrong. I have urged the SP to take action against the policeman involved in the incident,” Amuba Singh said.

    344 civilians killed, 433 injured in insurgency related violence

    By : A Staff Reporter

    IMPHAL, May 15: At least 344 civilians died and 433 suffered injuries as victims of insurgency while at least 240 encounters, ambushes or attacks on security forces and the police occurred in the state during the last three years and three months (January 2005 till March 31, 2008), an analysis by the state government meant for presentation to the Rajya Sabha revealed.

    At least 118 bombs were blasted by militants at different places and the security forces and police foiled 162 ambushes and attacks including bomb plants, it said adding that 124 militants, most of them militants of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), escaped from the police as well as security force custody in the last 28 years since 1980.

    805 people including 442 militants, 344 civilians, 86 security force personnel and 33 policemen were killed during January 1, 2008 and March 31, 2008 in Manipur in militancy related fatalities, said the statement which was provided to the Centre.

    During the same period, out of 644 people who suffered injuries in militancy related violence 433 were civilians, 173 were security forces, while 38 were policemen. 2714 militants of different outfits were also arrested by the security forces and police.

    During the same time, a total of 59 militants were killed in 34 encounters, ambushes or attacks and 321 militants were arrested, it said.

    During the same period one security personnel, one police personnel and 22 civilians were killed by the militants while 19 security forces wounded along with one policeman. A civilian was also injured in militant action, the statement further said.

    A total of 240 encounters, ambushes or attacks on the security forces and police occurred in Manipur and 118 bombs were also blasted by the militants at different places. Security forces and the police prevented 162 ambushes and attack attempts including bomb plants.

    Year-wise breaks stated that 82 attacks, ambushes and encounters occurred during 2005, 74 in 2006, 94 in 2007 and 34 in three months from January to March 2008. A total of 70 bomb blasts occurred in 2005, 23 in 2006 and 25 in 2007.

    The statement, however, did not mention the blasts at the Manipur legislative Assembly complex on March 8 this year.

    A total of 124 militants, most of them militants of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), escaped from the police as well as security forces’ custody in the last 28 years since 1980, the statement prepared with regard to the escape of militants from custody since 1980 said. Out of these total escaped militants 114 were PLAs and the remaining were People’s Revolutionary Party of Kangleipak (PREPAK) and Kangleipak Communist Party (KCP).

    In 1980 a total of 88 militants escaped from custody out of which 80 were PLA, five were PREPAK while three were KCP. In the following year 1981, 13 militants including 12 PLA and a KCP had escaped while since 1982 till date 23 militants including 22 PLA made good their escape from the custody of police and security forces, it added.

    The statement went on to say that in 2005 out of 284 people who died in militancy related fatalities, 129 militants were killed by the security forces and police, 44 security men and four policemen were killed by militants while a total of 107 civilians died.

    226 persons were injured in the same year, out of which 158 were civilians, 57 security forces and 11 policemen. A total of 1019 militants were arrested by the security forces or police during counter insurgency operations in the year 2005.

    In the following year 2006, 228 including 127 militants, 72 civilians, 21 security forces and eight policemen were killed and a total of 206 people including 157 civilians, 38 security forces and 11 police personnel injured. Only 78 militants were reported arrested in this year.

    During the year 2007, 299 people died in insurgency related violence. Out of the total, 177 were militants, 80 were civilians and 21 each security forces and policemen. The number of militants arrested was 1296.

    During the three months from January to March this year (2008), so far 59 militants and 22 civilians, one each of security men and policemen died while injuries were inflicted on 19 security men, one civilian and a policeman. A total of the 321 militants were nabbed by the security forces and police, the statement compiled by the state home department stated.

    The statement also mentioned that the date of ban imposed on the PLA was on October 26, 1979, UNLF on October 24, 1987, PREPAK on October 26, 1979, KCP on October 26, 1981, KYKL on October 26, 1995 while the MPLF on May 25, 2000.

    The Imphal Free Press

    Thursday, May 15, 2008

    Lou bawlmite kingaihtuah thak poimoh

    Editorial, The Lamka Post May 15, 2008

    Delhi Paite Indongta leh Zomi Economic Plan And Development Agency (ZEPADA) saina leh phualpi solkal panpihna toh kal paita May 6 & 7, 2007 in Rayburn Auditorium ah ‘Seminar-cum- Workshop on Stable Land-based Farming in the Hill Areas of the North-East Region’(with special reference to Churachandpur District) neih in om a, hiai hun ah phualpi solkal a mi poimoh mahmah Mr. G K Pillai, IAS, Commerce Secretary, Govt. of India inleng poimoh ngaihtak leh awlmohtak in hiai hun hong uap hi.

    Pawlpi tuamtuamte saina chihlouh inleng company tuamtuam leh official humkuamtak in a vangkim in Lamka hong pha zel ua, loubawlmi bangzah hiam kimuhpih in kik zel uhi. Kha paita April sung inleng Assam pansan a om Company khat in Lemon Grass toh kisai in Lamka hong pha in loubawlmi bangzah hiam toh hiai sepsuah ding dan kikum uhi. A sepsuah ding dan kia hilou in, sepsuah hileh, a gahsuahte zuak ding dan natan inleng houlim ua, lou acre 1 a hiai zah piang thei ding, sum hiai zah kha 4 sung a muh theih ding chih chiang nasan nouneltak in gen khawm uhi. Hiai lou leng kum paisate in gen ahizel a, himahleh a sepsuahna mun ding taktak singtang bialte ah bangmah sepsuah muh ding thupilua a om kei hi. Hun bangtan hiam paita in sekkhum (Orange) huan uangtak in Guite kual a khua khenkhat in a chiing ua, tua nung sawt kuamtak kihal in Apple leh Lengthei huan uangtak in bawl ahi nawn a, himahleh tuni chiang in hiaite hoihtak a gahsuah naksang in a a chingtute’n leng a sem ngap nawn kei uhi. Bang ziaka sem ngap nawnlou ahi ua, a lei hoihlou hia, a market hoihlou hia, a subuaitu ding zu-le-va tamlua hia, ahihkeileh mihing mahmah leng a kidaihlah tamlua hia chih bel nouneltak in theih ahituan kei hi. Bangteng hileh haksatna gen vuallouh ziak a lungkia a tawpkik hiding un i koih peuhmah hi.

    Delhi Indongta saina a Seminar neihna hun ah bel, a ut teng kihel theihna ahihlouh ziakin a lunglut teng telkim theih hilou a, bangteng hileh kholak houlimna a kigen bel ‘Singpite’ leh ‘Coffee’ huan bawl ding dan hihtuak hi. Hiaite Manipur singtang gam, a biktak in Guite kual leh Thanlon Sub-Division sung a hoih mahmah ahi chih a kigenna khua a sawtta mahmah a, himahleh zuak theih ding a singpite/coffee huan bawl muh ding bel om tuanlou zel hi. Hichi lawmlawm a singpite leh coffee i gam a hoih ahihleh, Darjeeling leh Kaziranga chihte leilei louh a, zuak sawn ding tham a om kei lehleng mahni ‘Zo singpite’ dawn dan chiang bek suangtuahna neih tuak mahmah hi. Kum khat thu in lianpi bawl a haksa mai thei, himahleh kum teng in keklian in maban sawn sak zel le, Singpite/Coffee i gam a hoih ahi chih i theihkhiak ua pan in hiai bang in hihleng, phualpi solkal apan kuamah sap a ngai kei ding a, company kua mah i gam a sumsin ding in chial a ngai kei ding ua, Tender i sam ding ua, tua hun chiang in company sum haupenpente i sam lut lel ding uhi. Delhi Indongta leh ZEPADA programme a lohching leh tunung kum bangzah hiam chiang in Tea Board/Coffee Board te a hong lut ding ua, eite tuh a neitu i hi kei ding ua, a huan sung a labour te i hiding ua, tagah gentheite hauhsakna ding bel a om kei ding a, himahleh niteng nektak ding bel i lungkham lawmlawm kei ding a, huai chiang a lungkim dan i kisin a poimoh ding hi. Gam leitang hausatak a teng, himahleh gentheitak a khosate i hi uhi. Lou bawl dingdan, haichi chin ding dan leh khantouhna toh kisai i mipil misiamte’n tamveitak a hon sinsakta ua, himahleh hiai sinsaknate ziaka masawn thei tuanlou i hihman in, i gam hausatak mai a midangte sum dawng ding a i saplut mai louh uh tuh hih ding dan om tuanlou ahihman in Delhi Indongta leh ZEPADA in singtang lou bawlte khualna ziaka hiai bang programmme pichingtak mai a hon sai uh tuh kipahhuai petmah hi.

    Gam khangtoute’n sum a hau mahmah ua, tua sum invest na ding mun-le-mual a hau kei ua, eite’n bel mun-le-mual i hau mahmah ua, himahleh tuate sepna ding sum-le-pai i tasam mahmah uhi. CRPF sap lian mahmah in Bungmual khosak a Press Meet a sap lai in, Pearson kho gal a gamte a en vengveng a, zatlouh a om gam mang en vengveng kawm in, ka pianna state Punjab ah bel, haichi kichinlouhna gam Feet khat leng a awng nawn kei a chi hi. Tua ahihman in Company liantaktak samlut in, central government in theihtawp suah in pan hon la mahleh, i lungsim ngaihtuahna uh ‘easy money’ chih dan deuhte i khek kei leh amaute toh i sem khawm thei taktak na ding hiam? Upate thupil in, mihai in a hai man a liau seng kei a, mipil in a pil man a ne gai zou kei’ chi uhi. Tua ahihman in, loubawlmite’n gam hausatak a gentheitak a bang dia khosa ka hia? chih a ziak i zonkhiak uh poimoh masapen ding hi.

    Cabinet approves ADC delimitation commission, raising of commando Bn

    By : A Staff Reporter

    IMPHAL, May 14: The state Cabinet today approved the constitution of a state delimitation commission for reconstitution of the constituencies of the Autonomous (Hill Areas) District Councils and raising of a 8th IRB battalion as commando battalion during discussions.

    The Cabinet also approved rehabilitation works of the Thoubal dam affected people, a proposal of the IFCD department and also framing of rules under the Manipur Loktak (Protection) Act 2006 for effective implementation of Loktak development programme.

    The election to the ADC will be held under the state election commission after completion of the delimitation exercise for redrawing of the ADC constituencies extending over six hill districts.

    The Cabinet also agreed to appoint retired IAS officer, Ch Birendra Singh as commissioner of the newly formed state delimitation commission, a source said.

    The deputy commissioners of the six districts will be the ex-officio members of the commission which targets to complete the delimitation of ADC constituencies within 45 days counting from the commencement of the exercise.

    There are 24 constituencies in the each of the six hill districts. The election schedule will be fixed after the completion of the delimitation exercise.

    The state Cabinet convened by the chief minister O Ibobi Singh today also approved a proposal of the state home department for the raising of the 8th IRB as a commando battalion.

    Mention may be made that the Union ministry of home affairs had sanctioned the raising of the 8th IRB battalion in the state during the month of April this year.

    This is the second effort of the state government to convert a IRB battalion into a commando battalion. The earlier proposal of raising the 7th IRB into a commando battalion was rejected by the MHA.

    While raising the 8th IRB as a commando battalion, the state will incur Rs.11.55 crores per year above the funds to be given by the Centre in raising the battalion.

    For raising the battalion, the state government will recruit 107 personnel including officers, the source added.

    The Cabinet also discussed the progress of the payment of compensation and rehabilitation programme taken up by the IFCD department for affected people of Thoubal dam.

    The payment of compensation is already completed, the report of the IFCD department tabled at the Cabinet meeting reportedly stated.

    After a thorough discussion, the Cabinet approved construction of RCC buildings instead of wooden houses for the affected people. According to an earlier rehabilitation programme, it was decided to construct only wooden houses for them.

    As per the agreed rehabilitation programme, each affected household will be provided with a three-room RRC building. The houses of the village chiefs, however, would have four rooms each.

    Source: Imphal Free Press

    Union minister opens new Paying Ward at RIMS; 50 seats to be increased for MBBS; many upgrades promised

    By : A Staff Reporter

    IMPHAL, May 14: "I don't believe the underground will disturb the development of health care centres," said Union minister for health and family welfare Dr. Anbumani Ramadoss on Wednesday while promising to bring up the Regional Institute of Medical Sciences, RIMS to be one of the best among the health care centres in the country.

    The Union minister while giving his speech at the inauguration of the Paying Ward of the RIMS today also announced free of cost treatment facilities for the people living below poverty line, BPL and other poor people under the initiative of his ministry.

    Dr. Ramadoss laid the foundation stones of a new OPD block, dental college and nursing college of RIMS with a sanctioned amount of Rs. 129 crores.

    He said that in the next two years, people of the state would witness RIMS as one of the best health care centres of the country.

    The announcements he made include increase in the intake of MBBS course students from the current enrolment strength of 100 to 150 for the next academic session, coming up of a 100 bedded cancer treatment centre within three to four months, resumption of CT Scan service which remain defunct due to non-functioning machines and nursing institute etc.

    Immediate sanction of Rs. 19 crores for immediate relief from the water shortage problems faced by the institute was also announced by the minister.

    While promising developmental package works of the institute, the Union minister said that he didn't believe that while taking up all this work the underground elements would cause any disturbance.

    Dr. Anbumani in his speech promised to develop and upgrade the RIMS and make it one of the best institutes of the country.

    Despite having many super-specialists in the institute and manpower, there was lack of infrastructure compared with other health centres of the country, he said.

    He also observed that just constructing new buildings without any specialists would be of no use while also stating that there were many qualified faculties presently in the institute.

    He thanked all the doctors, nurses and staffs of the institute for their commitment and passion shown in their duties.

    Talking on the health condition of the people of the state, he explored the need for the state government to take up certain measures to control consumption of tobacco and alcohol by the people of the state, while stating that the north east people were the highest consumers of tobacco and alcohol in the country.

    Therefore, the state government should look into the matter seriously and take steps to fight tobacco and alcohol intake, he insisted.

    The Union minister along with the state chief minister O Ibobi, state health minister Ph Parijat and officials of the RIMS inspected the condition of RIMS and later attended a function which was held at the Jubilee Hall of RIMS.

    The function was attended by Anita Das, secretary of AYUSH, Dr. RK Shrivastava, DGHS, G.C Chakraboty, mission director, NRHM and additional secretary and BK Prasad, joint secretary (NE), all from the Union ministry of health and family welfare.

    Earlier, the RIMS director Dr. L Fimate in his welcome address highlighted the status and aspirations of the institute and drew the attention of the Union minister for support in attaining excellence in all aspects of health care in the north eastern region.

    "RIMS being conveniently situated on the route of the Trans Asian Highway, under the government's Look East Policy, could be quite appropriately developed as a centre of excellence for making it a hub of health tourism," he said.

    He maintained that the north eastern region of India was one of the most complex regions in the country in terms of its diverse culture, language, ethnicity, accessibility and underdeveloped infrastructure. The states in the region lacked adequate financial resources to invest in the public health sector, he said.

    Despite the various constraints in the region, the RIMS had been endeavoring to contribute richly in the field of health care in the region by way of imparting medical education, both undergraduate and post graduate courses, in all important branches of medical specialties, he said.

    Talking on the features of the institute, he said the institute had produced more than 2000 doctors and more than 500 specialists in the north eastern region.

    Sprawling over an area of 3000 acres of land, the institute and its hospital normally provides services to more than 2.5 lakh outdoor patients and admits over 30,000 patients in a year. There are 17 clinical departments including six super-specialty units managing all types of disease conditions with support from pre and para-clinical departments. The regional cancer centre of Manipur is also established at the institute, he said adding that it had been managing to fulfill the statutory norms of the Medical Council of India.

    The state chief minister O Ibobi Singh, who presided over the function, said that the RIMS was the only medical institute which had been producing qualified doctors and faculties in the entire north eastern region.

    He also appealed to the Central government to upgrade and provide sufficient facilities, empowerment for RIMS and also improvements in the power and water system of the institute.

    The state health and family welfare minister, Ph Parijat said that since the RIMS had been taken over by the Centre various improvements had been witnessed. However, he drew the Centre’s attention towards the improvement of buildings and equipment suited with the times.


    Wednesday, May 14, 2008

    Zo nungah, Zo tangval ma kisui bou vai

    By: John Pauno Zo

    Leitung ah zotezong minamkhat leh nampiching khat ihiban ah, zongaina, zotawndan, zolai, zotangthu akiching a neite ihi ban-ah, minamdang tesang a zong hamkulthu leh hamkulmut nidanglai pupaham,tulaikhangt haham chibang te aneite ih hihi. Tuojieh in minamdangte zong thupi mu/sangmu va-aih sihvai in, zong neumu tuonsih vai. amazong eitesang in hauzawh, pilzawh, meihoizawh, duangchingzawh tuon a, pasien in asiem ahituon louhi, eiman ihina ithupibawl a, ikisahteipi leh minamdang tenzong ahing toisangpi dingahi nabou hi. Nahina khu koima petheituom sih vateh, tuojeih in ihina kipuophat vai-in eileh kitoisang zawvou vai.

    Izosung ah Nungah hi-in Tangval hitaleh ibawlkhel itelkhiel iminam punlouna leh iminam midangten einuaisie a, akhang khang isup na thupipen ahi leh zonungah zotangval ikizonlo leh ikisuikhalou na in tampi tah itheikhalou namun ah, eina lampiel sah maw hi.


    Izo nungah themkhat aguoldang te sang in laihingsiem henlen, gamtuom,muntuom ah, laisim ahei ahisihleh sumsui ahei in, hingom henlen minamdang tawh hunsot siemkhat hingkigawp leh ahina nangawn manghil in, hinkhuo mangtampi iomban ah, zotangval keitawh kituoding keilevel omsih chilungsim hingkuopai phuat in, a zotangval te hingneumu sim pai, akungah tangval te avahoh leh zong limtah in welcome sengkhol lou in, ama kipawlpi minamdang te tawh etkah in nuaisie simmaw bawl simpong maw hi. Tuochieng tangval tezong hawhnuom loupai in gensiet suhgawp pai in, koikiten/ngaih zawh sang in, kigensiet tuonan omtuo a, tuopen ipunlou naleh ichitawm na lienpenpen ahi hi.


    Zotangval zong tuomabang in, laisiem na B.A, M.A, Phd, ahilou leh Dr khat hing hihenlen hitaleh I Zonungahte talawm zitheiding khatzong omlou chiphuat in, ama leh ama koimathei khalou in, nakibuoisah/ nakithupisah mama hi. I Zo nungah temawnmawng laisiemlah omlou omdanhoi lah omlou ahisihleh kitup minamdang te omdanzong theilou guolkhantou bang inlah khangtoulou kichei/vondan lah theilou chimaw in, a zotangval pakung khat ma ah gensie maw in lungkieh theina ding eileh eikisui pongmaw in, tampi tah iom hi.tammi khat leh khat ikigensiet zawhna in angsuh niem a, khatlehkhat kisinmaw na van-ah kisui/hel thadah na kizonthadah na in ahing tut hi.eileh ei kisimmaw zawh hilou a,tuo a,ZONUNGAH/TANGVAL leh ahingkhangkhie ding zovontawi te ikithupi se ding a, ikigenpha ding a, ikisui/zong tangtang dinghi chipen ichi-inam ading ikhantou naleh ingaina tukip ihinazong hinghi pan ding ahi zawh hi.minamtuom chia iminthansah pen pa/nu zong I innsung ah bang ahingtu giap eileh? zonungah/tangval sangin zong bangma ahituon kanvawtsih hi.


    Naneu apat, gentheitah a, nanu/pa ten lai ahingsimsah, pilna siemna nangahzawh chieng agah nane kuon a tuomi agan neding pen nami nasahilou a, minamtuom khat in anepen pamailou amah? Nang in minam nungah/tangval khat nakitenpi pen nazo nungah/tangval khat aval suo zeu maw hi. Zi ichipen iphal ahitajieh in, bangma nait-thei leh naphuldapthei hitalou hi. Tuojieh in heisung ah innsung ah pasal-lam sang in numeilam thuneizawh teiteimaw a, pasal lam innkuonpiten agal et-tamzawh maw hi.Ahin eimami leheimami hileipen akoikoi azangchituon lou in, a nih in deibang in kibualtheituo hi. Gentheitah a, pilna sienna nasuipen agah nazomipi tema in neteitei bou heh.tuojieh in ZONUNGAH/TANGVAL MA KISUI/LA/TENG bou vai.ipu ipa thupil ah tawlehlu kitheisa,zawn leh ngau kitheisa,aking atui a al kitheisa nachi van ngut hi.

    Imite adding a, deihsah natawh ikigen nate amanlou adihlou leh ngaidan kibanglou tampi tah omkha va tuote kigensie lou a, ikigensawn kia leh iminam ahoizawh pen a,ikidopsang thei nading pen hoi tah in pan la zawh vai.Mangpa'n zonungah/tangval tusang in khatlehkhat kisui zawh semsem ding in hingsiem zawh tahen. Kalungdam.


    Khualgam a van kikhak

    Manipur Editorial May 14, 2008

    Manipur state gamgi kan tan in sinlai, sepna zong, business sai, sepna nei leh khualzinmi i kipeltuah hehu theita ua tawm i kichih lai in tamsimpi khawng i hita uhia leh chih ngaihtuah theih in om khasek hi. Khualgam i chih chiang in, inn-mun paisan a koimun hiam a vahawh chihna hi a, muntuam hiam midang gam a vazin i hi chih bel theihsa ahi hi.

    Tuni chiang in India khawpi tuamtuam ah i kithehdalh ua, India pawlam United Kingdom, United States, Canada, France, Malaysia, Dubai, Thailand leh gam tuamtuam ah tamtak i omkhia uhi. India gamsung en nawnta lehang- Shillong, Guwahati, Aizawl, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Delhi leh mun tuamtuam ah i omkha vekta uhi. Khualgam leh innlam kigamla ahi chih bel i theihsa ahi hi. Nidang hun in lehkhathon a kithuzakte i hi a, huaizawh in telephone in i kithuzak ua, tuni chiang in ahihleh, laithon chih himhim om nawnta lou in mobile phone in baihlam tak leh kimtakin i kithuzak ua, thukin leh poimawh document tuamtuamte fax tungtawn in i kikhakta uhi.

    Khualgam apan innlam zuan dingte i aam thei mahmah ua, van khak ding sawm teitei pawl tamtak om hi. Tuaban ah innlum apan khualgam zin dingte leng i aam mahmah ua, van i pawsak zel uhi. I chindan(culture) a zezen diam chih theih hi. Ei lawi i mi hoihna mahmah bel, society zalentak i hih dungzui un iki-awlmawh mahmah ua, van kikhak in, sum tanpha i kipawsak uhi. Muang leng i ki muang tuah chiat ua, van tampipi puakseng louh khawp a tam i kikhak zel uhi. Van kikhak asia i chi kei a, himahleh van kikhakdan pen tuasang a theihchet zawk poimawh mahmah hi.

    Nidang in sum le pai tanpha a zinkhe ding leh a paiding teng i pawsak ua, tuni chiang in, second khat a sum kikhak theihna i hongta ua, a khakman in sum tam taktak bill in i om ua, asia bel i chi kei, a sum bittak a mu i hihban ah tuabang sum kikhak tuahna saite ading in kivakna khat hong suakthei hi. Tuaban ah, i gam hong changkang hiaihiai in State Bank of India/ CCpur Branch bang core banking hong hita a, sum sen ngailou in i kikhak tuah theita ua, tuathamlou in ATM hong omlai zawmah leh zangkhai tuan mahmah lai ding hi. Van kikhakna lam ah leng Lamka apan gamdang thot theihna courier service leh post office-te a function lai hi’n theihtheih in om hi. Sum le pai bangzah hiam seng in chiklai peuhin i khak thei hi.

    Khualzin dek teng van khak teitei sawm mi tamtak om hi. Khualzindekte’n amau’ mimal van sang in mi piakkhawm van a puak ding uh tamzaw sek hi. Khualzinna a van hauh kichi a buaihuaidan khualzinkha ngeiloute’n theilou uhi. Mi khat khualzin khe deklai mi tuamtuam in van neu chikchik pawsak in thon sek uh a, himahleh huchibang vante akigawmkhawm in tampi phasek hi. Khualzin dekpa’n nawlkhin dek leh van khakdekte heh utlai chih khawng hithei hi. Tuimal kigawm khawm in tuipi a bawl chih piandeuh in mi tuamtuam in van neu khakha akhak chiat chiang un, air bag 2/3 pha baih nuam mahmah hi. Train apai dekte’n bus station apan train station tan coolie a lak uh ngai a, train a cabin neuchik sung ah dongkholh mahmah a, a mun atun chiang un train sung apan station pua tan a paina ding un Coolie lak ngainawn a, taxi ah leng tamtak senlawh sek uhi.

    Mi khenkhat bang in ompih ding khawng zuisak zawmah in, a tonpihte ading in buaina liantak tunzel uhi. Eilawi kimai ngaldan bel hoih mahmah a, himahleh, bangchi zawng a kimaingal kha i diam chih bel theih hituanlou hi. I theihdia poimawh mahmah bel mi kuahiam khualzindek mi i zuihsak nop leh i zuihsak tu di/pa kiang ah sum ki ningching i piak ngeingei ding ahi. Etsakna ding in, Rs 1500 bei ding ahihleh, ann nekman leh a tuamtuam ading in i zuihsakpa/nu (a tonpih pa) kiang ah Rs 2500/- tan bek i piak ngeingei ding ahi.

    Lenna a paidek te ading in buaihuai sem a, Indigo, Jet, Indian Airlines, King Fisher, Air Deccan leh adangdang a tuangte ading in van puaktheih zah/Kg zah bikhiah in om a, huai a khen ngeingei leh sum tamtak sen ngaisek a, khualzin mite’n a luggage uh a excess ziak in bangzah a sen lawhsek ding ua chih theih haksa mahmah hi.

    Huaiziak in a poimawh tenten document khawng lel kikhak ding ahi. Akhente bang in meh khawng tampipi kipawsak. Train sung ah se man zawmah. Apawte adia buaina tun hikha mawhlou ding hi. Mi’n hon sel ding akisuanlah man ua i vante hon puaksak maimai ahi chih i theih uh deih huai a, huaiziak in, khualgam hiaitan a van i kikhak ding aleh na singpi mandi/coolie mandi chi a Rs 50/100 tan bek i piak tel teitei thil kilawm hi. Ei theihlouh a ei van ziak a sum tamtak ana senlawh ding uh thil lauhuai tak ahi. Khualzinte van kikhak nawn kei ni, chi i hi kei a, i kikhak leleng a khakdan siam in amau’ senna leh buaipih dingte i theihpih uh poimawh chihna ziak hizaw hi.


    Forbes Traveler 05 Most Visited Tourist Attractions List

    1. Times Square, New York City, NY:
    35 million
    An estimated 80 percent of the Big Apple’s 44 million visitors head for Broadway (including the considerable theater crowds) and end up gawking at the world’s most garish neon crossroads. Plugging numbers into the equation, we get an estimated total of 35,200,000 per year.

    Source: Times Square Alliance
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    2. National Mall & Memorial Parks, Washington, D.C. (Washington Monument, Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials, the war memorials):
    About 25 million
    The nation’s premier national park and its monuments and memorials attract more visitors than such vast national parks as the Great Smoky Mountains, Grand Canyon, Yosemite and Yellowstone -- combined. The nearby Smithsonian museums of Natural History and Air & Space welcome more than about 5 million visitors apiece.

    Source: National Park Service
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    3. Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, Lake Buena Vista, Fla.:
    16.6 million
    Florida’s most popular attraction opened on October 1, 1971—16 years after the birth of its older sister, Disneyland, in Anaheim, Calif. Disney doesn’t release attendance figures for its parks, however the TEA/ERA Theme Park Attendance Report confirms that the Magic Kingdom is the most popular of its Florida attractions, followed by Epcot, Disney MGM Studios and Animal Kingdom. A cumulative figure (ie. total number of people who visited the Disney World theme parks) would likely not alter the Mouse’s ranking.

    Source: TEA/ERA Theme Park Attendance Report 2006
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    4. Trafalgar Square, London, England:
    15 million
    Lord Nelson and the British Navy defeated a combined French and Spanish force in 1805, and a grateful country built a splendid public square to commemorate the occasion. Now a popular spot for demonstrations, concerts and New Year's Eve celebrations, Trafalgar Square feeds popular attractions like the National Gallery. Note: This is an estimated figure from the Greater London Authority extrapolated from pedestrian counts. (There are no equivalent estimates for similar locations as Beijing's Tiananmen and Moscow's Red Square. However, the tourism industry is not yet as developed in either China or Russia as in the West.)

    Source: Greater London Authority

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    5. Disneyland Park, Anaheim, Calif.:
    14.7 million
    Open since 1955, the grand dame of the Disney parks continues to be the top tourist attraction draw in California, even though it occupies a much smaller area than its Florida sister. Almost all the international Disney parks dominate the country in which they’re located.

    Source: TEA/ERA Theme Park Attendance Report 2006
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    ADC ordinance promulgated after Governor’s assent

    By : A Staff Reporter

    IMPHAL, May 13: The Manipur (Hill Areas) District Councils (third amendment) Ordinance has been promulgated in the state after finally getting the assent of the Governor.

    With the promulgation of the ordinance, the state government has started preparations for elections to the ADC. A Cabinet meeting scheduled for tomorrow will discuss the finalization of the schedule for elections to the district council, an official source said Tuesday.

    Apart from discussing the election schedule of the ADC, the Cabinet will also discuss the delimitation of the constituencies of the district council.

    Other agendas to be discussed include raising of the 8th IRB sanctioned by the Union ministry of home affairs as a commando battalion and to review the issues lying ahead in the construction process of the Thoubal multipurpose project.

    The draft ordinance got the assent of the state Governor yesterday, the source said.

    Mention may be made that after a draft bill on the amendment of the Manipur (Hill Areas) District Councils Act 1971 could not be passed by the Manipur legislative Assembly in its last session.

    Afterwards, the state government in a move to pave the path for conduct of elections to the district councils which were held up for the last around two decades, decided to promulgate an ordinance.

    A Cabinet meeting during April this month approved the draft ordinance prepared by the state law department but the Governor returned it seeking some modifications in the draft ordinance.

    Later, the last Cabinet meeting held on May 8 once again discussed the redrafted ordinance and approved the same and put it up for the Governor’s assent again.

    In can be recalled that the Manipur (Hill Areas) District Council Act, 1971 was enacted in the state for establishment of district councils in the hill areas by the Parliament when Manipur was a Union Territory.

    In 1975, the same Act was amended to suit the times and afterwards the Manipur legislative Assembly enacted the Manipur (Hill Areas) Autonomous District Councils Act, 2000 which provided for repeal of the Manipur (Hill Areas) District Councils Act, 1971.

    But the Act was not brought into force due to the demands for enforcement of the Sixth Schedule in the hill areas of the state.

    The Manipur legislative Assembly enacted the Manipur (Hill Areas) District Councils (second amendment) Act, 2006 which repealed the Manipur Hill Areas Autonomous District Councils Act, 2000.

    Later, the Manipur Hill Areas Autonomous District Councils Bill, 2008 was introduced in the state Assembly to repeal the Manipur Hill Areas Autonomous District Councils Act, 2000. But it was later withdrawn.

    The state government considering the need for enforcement of the Manipur (Hill Areas) District Councils Act, 1971 with necessary amendments and to expedite the establishment of the district councils in the hill areas of the state decided to promulgate an ordinance as the Assembly was not in session.

    Satisfied with the circumstances which rendered necessary the taking of immediate action for constitution of the district councils, the Governor used his power given under the related clause of the Indian Constitution promulgated the ordinance, the source said.

    The scheduled Cabinet meeting will also discuss issues concerning the Thoubal multipurpose project with special reference to the action taken report of the administrative department with regard to the rehabilitation resettlement plan for affected villages.

    A Cabinet meeting held on May 6 last had advised the concerned department, the IFCD, to make an appeal to the affected villages for the immediate review of the rehabilitation resettlement plan for affected villages under the Thoubal multipurpose project.

    The department was also asked to resume the works with full security in consultation with the state DGP immediately before the rainy season.

    Source: Imphal Free Press

    Problem of hill areas: With special reference to the Kukis

    By George T. Haokip


    Manipur which is known as ‘Jewel of India’ is a tiny state situated in the North Eastern part of India. It has a total area of 22,327 sq. kms. of which the valley or plain area covers 8% and hill areas 92%. This hill area is occupied by the tribal people who are grouped into the Kuki-Chin and Naga. Govt. of India recognises 33 ethnic groups as schedule tribe. There are five hill districts in the State - Senapati, Churachandpur, Chandel, Tamenglong and Ukhrul.

    Tribal Land System

    The tribal people occupied hill areas since time immemorial and it is their most important heritage. God has created human being and given places of habitation. Their land is their identity (T. Lunkim, Tribal Land Heritage, N.E. Context). It is their basic foundation from which emerged their culture and economic tradition. They have adopted different political system in their land. Kuki-Chin have autocratic form of governance with the chiefs having control over the land. In the case of Nagas, their political system is essentially democratic with the whole village community participating in the decision making.

    In the traditional tribal society, the chiefs enjoy political autonomy and rule independently. They had the land to rule and were fighting to protect it. The Kuki Inpi (Kuki Govt) had to wage several wars to protect and defend their territory against invaders since 1700.

    Although there is no pattern of land law, yet the tribal people have their own system of land ownership and land holding. Their land use system and demarcation of village boundaries, etc have been traditional practices and are of common phenomenon till this day.

    Sovereignty over land

    The areas occupied by Kuki-Chin (Chikims) remained one until the British came to India during the later half of the 19th Century. They were never known to be under the rule of Hindu or Muslim India. They remained as good friend to the Manipur Rajas and not as his subject. Kukis rescuing Manipur King Chandrakirti from the Sukte Captivity may be cited as an example. They were independent from Meitei Raja rule in Manipur.

    A Political Agent of Manipur had stated, ‘The Kukis have long enjoyed an evil reputation for their ferocity and have always been left severely alone by the Rajas of Manipur who preferred to avoid them’ (The Hindu Patriot, May 19, 1893).

    The British brought the two - hills and valley under their control for administrative convenience, merging the two into one State.

    During the British period the hill areas were administered by the Political Agent who was an ICS officer. Their administration in the hill areas was based on the tribal people’s tradition and religious belief. The tribal chiefs were not deprived of the right of ownership from the land. The British in short, refrained from direct interference from the legislation power of the British India in Manipur (Dr. S. Kipgen, Land, Identity & Dev.: Perceptions focusing on the tribals of Manipur).

    The Kukis paid nominal taxes (House Tax) as offering to stranger based on their old superstitious belief. They soon, however, came to realize British subjugation in 1917 which culminated to the historic Anglo-Kuki War of 1917-19. (Read Kuki National Assembly Memorandum to PM of India, 1960)

    Kukis defending tribal’s land

    The Kuki Inpi defended the whole tribal land (Independent Hill Country as described by some writers from 1761 AD) since First World War. In the historic Kuki war against imperialist British which is called Anglo-Kuki War by T.S. Gangte or Kuki Rebellion by Guardians of the NE (2003, pp. 19-20) and Kuki-Rising (Oriental & India Office Collections in London), the Kuki people fought bravely, never surrendered to the British Govt, rather chose imprisonment to save the tribal land. The Kukis fought mainly to defend and protect their land and rights. Many Kuki chiefs were imprisoned and died. The result of it is that North Eastern land remain still in the hands of tribal people. Dr T Lunkim, Tribals land Heritage in NE India Context (A booklet) wrote,

    ‘The present political chaos in within the independent hill country’. The people own land. The British colonial Govt was just an umbrella Govt to keep and guard the land for the indigenous people. Because they had imprisoned the land defenders. Therefore the Britishers were obligated to keep the land safe against any invasion during the Kuki leading chiefs whom they imprisoned. It was the duty of the British Colonial Govt to guard the tribal land.’

    The British realizing that taking away the land and colonize it was a sin, since they knew that the tribal people own the land, they leave on it, therefore made safeguards for the people by introducing ‘Inner Line Permit’ and Chin Hills Regulation, etc. which are an instrument used to safeguard the tribal land during Kuki leading chief in jail.

    The war also transferred administration of the hill areas. The Maharaja and the State Darbar came to be eliminated in the administration of Hill areas. The anti-British movement lead by Rani Gaidinliu too played a significant role in effecting the change.

    The British rule in India came to an end in 1947. Here, it may be noted that the British left the hill areas of Tripura and Manipur as independent countries. The Independence of India in 1947 did not include these two States. Realizing this the Government of India made the Regent Queen of Tripura and Manipur King forcibly sign the Merger Agreement and declared officially these States merged to India on Oct. 15, 1949, two years later.

    Threat on Tribals’ land and forest

    In the post independence period the tribal people had been subjected to threat on their land and forest. This ‘process of invasion’ by the Govt and non tribals under the democratic India have generated great concern, threatening their very existence. Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru in his speech delivered at Shillong on March, 1959 said, ‘Tribal right in the land and forest should be respected’.

    Hill areas to the tribal is their most important heritage. They are the landlord and forest on it is their well loved home, their livelihood, their very existence. It gives them food and others which provide their needs. The gradual extension of the authority of the Govt in this areas and the natural desire of the forest officials deeply disturb the tribal.

    T. Lunkim had expressed the need for tribal people to have an introspection as to why so much lost occurred during the last fifty or more years to the tribal people in the North Eastern region. The various designs to slowly replace the traditional democratic system and direct undermining the local authorities and indigenous system by the State have created great problem to the tribal areas. The MLR and LR Act if implemented will take over ownership of tribal land and resources by the Govt and non-tribals.

    Here, we may quote Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru as saying, ‘It is our policy that the tribal areas should have as much freedom and autonomy as possible so that they can live their own lives according to their own customs and desires’.

    ‘The problem of the tribal areas is to make the people feel that they have perfect freedom to live their own lives and to develop according to the wishes and genius. India to them should signify not only or protecting force but a liberating one. Any conception that India is ruling them and that they are the ruled, or that customs and habits with which they are unfamiliar are going to be imposed upon them will alienate them’.

    Source: The Sangai Express

    Bailed Kangleipal rearrested under NSA

    Protests galore, effigies of CM, DG burnt, MAFYF calls general strike

    By Our Staff Reporter
    IMPHAL, May 13 : High drama marked the day when MAFYF president Sapamc-ha Kangleipal was pro- duced before the Court of the Chief Judicial Magistrate, freed on a bail of Rs 40,000 only to be re-arrested under the National Security Act.

    Reacting strongly against the arrest of Kang-leipal, MAFYF has imposed a general strike from midnight of May 13 till midnight of May 14.

    Earlier in the day high drama was witnessed at the Court complex of the CJM as a large number of MAFYF volunteers and women folk descended on the complex and waited for Kangleipal to brought there.

    However a strong police posse, led by OC of Imphal police RK Khomdon and women police managed to drive the women and volunteers outside the Court complex.

    A little after 1 pm, Kangleipal was brought to Court complex in a bullet proof Gypsy.

    Conducting the business for the day, CJM Padmeshore asked the State on what charges Kangleipal was arrested.

    The response of the State that Kangleipal was held under the Seditious Act for comments reported in the newspaper did not go down particularly well with the CJM who questioned whether there is any evidence to ascribe the statement to Kangleipal.

    The State responded that they can produce video clippings but this was turned down on the ground that the MAFYF leader was held on the basis of a report which appeared in a news paper and not on the basis of video clippings.

    With the State failing to produce substantial evidences, the Court released Kangleipal on a bail of Rs 40,000. However a few moments after Kangleipal was released, he taken into custody again and booked under the National Security Act. The police were armed with an order issued by the District Magistrate of Imphal West, which stated that Kangleipal be detained under section 3 (2) of National Security Act. The DM in his order said that his office is satisfied with the police report that Kanglei-pal’s activities are prejudicial to the maintenance of public order under Section 3 (2) of the NSA, 1980. Following the re-arrest of Kangleipal, the women folk and MAFYF volunteers who had gathered outside the Court premise tried to stop the police vehicles by lying on the ground. Police however used a decoy and managed to take away Kangleipal in another vehicle. With the women folk and MAFYF volunteers raising their pitch, the police drove them back towards Waheng Leikai. Meanwhile strongly condemning the detention of Kangleipal under the NSA, MAFYF has imposed a 24 hour Statewide general strike from midnight of May 13 till midnight of May 14. Effigies of the Chief Minister and the DGP were also consigned to the flames to mark their protest. Talking to newsmen, general secretary of MAFYF Ksh Premjit said that if Kangleipal is not released without any conditions, then they would be constrained to launch a series of intense agitation. Arresting someone under the NSA after being granted bail by a Court amounts to challenging the people, he asserted and added that the Government is inviting trouble. Premjit acknowledged the suffering to be caused to the people due to the strike, but added that this has been necessitated by the action of the Government. He also appealed to the transporters to extend their co-operation as well as to shut down all educational institutions.

    The general strike called by MAFYF is being supported by UPF, NIPCO, AMSU, AMKIL, Nupi Samaj, Tammi-Chingmi, UPACO, Thoubal District United Women’s Organisa-tion, ANUL Bishnupur and Women’s Development Organisation. To register their protest the effigies of the Chief Minister and the DGP were burnt at the DM College gate today evening.

    The Sangai Express

    Youth Club Day

    - By S. Thangsuanmung, New Delhi

    "Nidanglai mama .... Theisen neulai hun leh nite mama ......". Ateh akhang in kichi chiet sausau a, gennuom pen leh gen thupi pen in ki jang let hi.Nidang lai ahisih leh neulai a bang chituom; bang um tuom; bang ki bawl tuom ata mawh diei le?? Tulai abang chituom; bang um tuom; bang kibawl tuom a, nidang lai hunleh nite, nunluite leh hun muolliem sate ngai leh genpen leh sah pen a nei i ngienguo uh atadi uoile !! Tulai mipil tam seng jieh maw?migilou tam jieh maw? itna kiem tehteh jieh maw? mi kiliensah/ki bawl thei sah atam jieh maw? galmuong nawn lou kisah jieh maw? thautawi leh tangvalte tam um jieh/gitlou jieh maw? mi kithah jing jieh maw? mani anghuom tam jieh maw? gam leh nam it tahtah a um nawn lou jieh maw? milip in giit lou lungsim i puoh jieh uh maw?suol bawl nuom ngen ihitah jieh uh maw? Bang pen tah jieh mawngmawng a neulai, nidang lai mama..... katangval/kanungah lai ma uh ma....... koulawi hunlai/chet lai mama...... kichi chiet ata mawh dieile?

    Kagen vang in ken jong ka neulai a hunnop kanasah mama tamtah ana um saam a,tuote lah a khat ahileh kakhuo uh Zomun Youth Club Day ni ahihi. Tam ni ding pen khuo mipite thamlou khuo kim leh pamte nasan in angna ngahlapi thei mamate lah uo khat ahihi. Atunkim ni in nungah leh tangvalten Social Work bawl in, lentuol gei,volley ball muoltuol ah Hall lientah kilam let hi.Khuokim leh pam a Mike neite lah a ahoi penpen vakikawm in,khuo sung a guo agaw asang penpen(hangp te guo kijang nuom deu) dawn ah kisuong velval hi.Nitah ann neh kuon ding vel in Gamngai laa,Pasian laa leh Haumang laa ngai tahtah kiha a khuong vengveng te tuni dong in kabil ha ah vai bang tham den chia.

    Apini jing mawng matah in nungah leh tangvalte kipanpai in Lamlian ah Touna sausim jenjon khat a hung uo, gari suhtai, tou tai teng nakham in gari hehpa batch ana siet uo cheng sawm,sawmni chi bang gari hehtu in pie in kilungkim mama mai hi(neulai chitah batch kidei phuot sam hinanleh kichingsihva chiin hing kipe nuom lou nalai).Mike a laa kiha in lah khuosung , khuokim leh pam teng ;muol leh taang teng thawnsuoh jungjung in lungsim damsah mama hi.Jingmawng ann neh joujou in vang kisap leh kihat sese chite umnawn koi louh, ameng alien, ateh akhang; nungah tangval in Hall lam juon chiet in Hall sung kidim phetphet jieng hi.Tuoni pen nasepni/vaikuonni diin kihi sap vetlou hi.Hunkemtu(conductorpu) in "'phu phu....halo halo.....testing testing."' ang chileh, eh hun kipanta chiin naupang ten Hall lam kisidel ta vevaw; nuom tei me!!!!

    Chief Guest(CG), Guest of Honour leh Functional President chite, a meaning nasan kitheisih nanleh kinei let hi.Bieltu MLA / Zou MLA hikha penpen CG diin kihan a,ki pang sah jel hi.CG leh akai jatamte hing tun ngahna in khuosung ,khuo kim leh pam a laa sasiam tahtah te - Goumuan(Muana Ngaihte), Haumang, Didim, Khupnieng, Ginkap, Lamkhup leh adangdangte laa ki sasah jel a,CG ding hing tung tokah Former Programme pen pat hivet lou in kingah dimdiem hi. Gari gaalgin teng bang kibil daw chiet in "'eh agin dan...tata hibou e..; bus gin hibou,,,..eeeiii jeep gin bangna eeee' chite pou kituot in kisuongtuoh hi.(gari pen a gin mai a jong tata,bus leh jeep chite kikhen thei ava ia khu).Hun sawt lou nuo in tangval khat hing kikousuh "'CG hing tung ta'" chiin ang kikou suh a,mipite tou ngim theita lou in lamlian lam gaal et in ki phe sausau hi.CG pu leh akai jatamte jeep ni leh thum in ang tungsuh tangei uo,khuo Hausapu leh Village Authority Member ten navai dawn in Hall ah ang pui lut peh, mipite mawngmawng phin jang khat ke leh jong kija di phiel in kisip dingdeng a, CG pu atousuh toh kituoh in mipi jong kitou pan bep hi.Hunkemtu in microphonre hing man pai in, nuimai tah leh kijeisahthei tawpsuo in hun ang jeh suh jiehjieh tamai.....ekhai !!Thugenna kaallah ah laa sasiam tahtah ten laa..."lenkum kavei jou diam,,,,, Zou vakhu kop bang in,,,,,, I gam sung siam hoi vai,,,, Girl U R my love..."chite ang awi heuhheuh chieng bang un aw,,,chimul bang thou sietsuot mai hilou maw !!

    CG pu hing ding in khuosung a ngahnu melhoi leh fel penpen in pahkhi ang awsah ngel bang awwwwwww,,,,, camera mawngmawng klak,,klak,,,klak..chiden jieng.(camera a flash nasan kimu nuom ata jang khu), thu hing gen jatjat tamai.a tuol a ke di mawng mawng um tajang lou akhu aw.."himi, tammi, tuomi i bawl ding uh...khumte , tamte kangai tuo laitah ahia,,,," chite anggen bang chu athugen sunjom theilou phiel in mipi kipah taseng in kikou in bil bang beng dehdeh jou chia.Athugen jaw toh kituoh in Youth Club President pu ang haan a "Bangma hing pojou sing, Youth Club kapan pi na in .."chi in envelop ngou khat ang kipieh khieh bang uh chu.......,,ekhai.(d song no go himai).khutbeh ,kikou leh saisip mut in khuodung khuovai thawnsuoh duomduom mai a, tuothamlou in Youth Club te ading chi in Foolball,Volley ball+net tha sitset ang pholkhieh bang chu aw.....lawmlawm mai(sehsuh mai),CG pu tousuh man nai lou in Youth Club Presidentpu hing kikou khie tamai. "Pu CG in dangka tulthum angpieh jieh in kipah huoi mama ijaw" achia,mipi in "KALAISAI" thumvei ki sam vajuo, "Pasian in" ang chi kia a,mipi "Vang buoh hen" kichi kia, "Pu CG "ang chi kia sawnsawn a mipi ten "Damsawt hen" chiin thumvei ma kikou in muol leh taang,Zokuomthawn suoh hi.Nuom himai genbe ding um kei sih ei guoi.

    Tam kagen nuomna in MLA te adieh in ei Zou ten ina vaidawn dan te uh;ikipahpi dante uh;ipatoi dante uh,i muong dan te uh, angaisan dante uh, ikineppi dante uh; ikiletsahpi dan te uh; igeel a i tuotdan te uh lian in, sang in, thuh tajen sa ing.Hinanleh tu leh tu hun in kangai tuo a, MLA ten thil khat bawl in, sem in, ngai tuo ngawng nanleh ginlelna leh muong mawna in pumdim ta nawh.Mipiten MLApu/pi tung ah kinepna ,muong ngamna kinei talou;MLA pu/pi in jong mipi thu leh laa nahsah vatehlou atabangta mawh, mipite sulungkim jou talou in um ta. Kigensietna, ki elhouna; kimuong mawna; kiletsahna; angma sielna; kihisahna; mithu lahnuom louna ; ban ah Independent a hin ding kidel chietta mawh deidoi. Juouthu gen; nehguh tahguh chite lah khoh kisa vateh talou; eima tawl hawm ading ahinaleh midang sileh jong khoh kisa va ia nawn lou; Gam leh Nam kangaina im ka it chichiet saam, gam leh nam khantou nang leh puonang teng netum a pum val paipai. Eima mimal khantouna ding behbeh leh hau na ding maimai a gam leh nam ngaina hilei kilawm valong. Tamte teng jieh hi ding dan hiveh aw maw. Nidang lai mama ...... ichi phuot uh. Lets all go back to the past in our heart.

    Tuesday, May 13, 2008

    10 Careers That Could Have Employers Knocking on Your Door

    by Richard Barrington

    If you think looking for a job and finding a career are the same thing, think again. With the U.S. unemployment rate under 5%, almost anybody can find a job. The bad news is that many of these jobs are low-paying, come without benefits, or offer little in the way of security. Finding a career where you have the upper hand takes a little more long-term planning than simply finding a job, but it will be well worth it in the long run.

    These ten careers--in four major job sectors--are likely to be rewarding because employees in these fields are expected to find themselves in an employee's market.

    For better or worse, you can't fight demographics, and those demographics show that the average American is getting older. Healthcare needs increase with age, so as the baby-boom generation enters retirement, healthcare workers are going to be in more demand than ever.

    Career possibility #1: Personal/Home Health Aide. As people age, healthcare becomes more of a day-to-day issue, which is why personal/home health aides are in such demand. Health aid training will give you enough background to get started in this field.

    Career possibility #2: Medical Assistants. Demand for this occupation is growing, but so is the demand for formal training. You'd want to take some medical assisting courses in school--or even consider a medical assisting degree.

    Career possibility #3: Mental Health Counselors/Social Workers. The psychological aspect of healthcare cannot be overlooked. Consistent with the theme of an aging America, Alzheimer's disease is creating more and more mental health challenges, but there are also conditions such as autism which are becoming more common in the general population. Psychology programs are offered in many schools, and online psychology degrees are also available.

    Information Technology
    The big concern with information technology (IT) has been that some programming and customer support functions have been outsourced overseas. However, certain IT functions are more hands-on, and these are the areas where trained workers remain in demand.

    Career possibility #4: Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts. Mastery of the computer system makes you indispensable to an organization. This takes a high level of training, so a degree in information technology is a must. Experience plus training is even better, so if you are already working, consider earning an IT degree online.

    Career possibility #5: Computer Software Applications Engineers. Routine programming can be outsourced, but there will never be any substitute for the ability to create new, value-added applications. A computer programming degree is a good start, or go online to check out other types of computer science degrees.

    Teaching is another career that is hands-on enough to be immune to outsourcing.

    Career possibility #6: Teacher. Dedicated teachers are in demand in virtually every part of the country, and with the general population growing, this demand is not going to wane any time soon. You will need a degree in education, and an online teaching degree is one way of meeting this requirement. You'll need teacher's certification as well, so check your state department of education website.

    Professional Services
    The nature of these services is highly-individualized, which is one of the reasons trained professionals are in demand.

    Career possibility #7: Paralegal/Legal Assistant. These occupations are in demand because they can leverage the time of high-priced lawyers. There are paralegal schools across the country and online where you can pursue a paralegal degree or legal assisting training.

    Career possibility #8: Financial Services. The heart of the baby boom is entering its peak savings years. Careers in finance can be highly compensated, so an MBA in finance may be well worth the investment. An online finance degree can be a way to give your current career a new boost.

    Career possibility #9: Accountants and Auditors. These have some of the same characteristics as financial services careers. Training can be found at a variety of accounting schools, or consider an online accounting degree. Specialize in taxes or estate planning or fraud to attract even bigger opportunities.

    Career possibility #10: Employment Services. With all the job demand described above, it should be no surprise that this is expected to be the fastest growing segment of the professional and business services sector. Plus, what better way to keep track of evolving employment trends than working as a recruiter or placement specialist? Consider earning a human resource management degree either online or at a traditional school.

    As always, check out the relevant accreditation standards for any career training and educational program you choose. As for making that choice, the bottom line is, if you want a job where you'll be in demand, just look at society's trends and follow those trends toward your new career.