Sunday, 25 April 2010

Universal GOMNEI - A Case study!

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(This is an edited thread taken from the 'Unmarried Bishnupriya Manipuri' community in Orkut. It was created by Nilos on 2 November 2008. About Nilos: He appears in a rare list of intellectuals that includes the like of Albert Einstein!) 

GOMNEI 

Gomnei gomnei!!!! O man I really miss that word; it has been ages since last heard that word. Over the years I tried to figure how this GOMNEI pops up in almost 75% of BM (Bishnupriya Manipuri) social conversations. Our univsal GOMNEI is a multi-purpose word designed with wide range of applications

Me: (Cutting nails on a saturday)
Mom: What the hell are you doing are you doing? Don't you know its Saturday. Its GOMNEI to cut nails today
Me: GOMNEI !!!??

Me: (Cutting nails on a sunday, 6:01 pm)
Mom: What the hell are you doing? Its already 6'O clock. Its GOMNEI to cut nails after 6'O
Me: GOMNEI !!!??

Me: (Cutting nails on a monday, 9:00 am)
Mom: What the hell are you doing? Its Monday and its your jonmobar. Its GOMNEI to cut nails on your jonmobar.
Me: GOMNEI !!!??

Me: (Cutting nails on a Thursday, 9:00 am)
Mom: What the hell are you doing are you doing? Its Thursday and its GOMNEI to cut nails on a thursday
Me: GOMNEI !!!??

These were my earliest experience with GOMNEI as a kid and I was beginning to think that GOMNEI had something to do with human nails. But I was wrong.

Two decades down the line, I have an encyclopedia on the wide range of applications on GOMNEI.

Saturday, 24 April 2010

What should I do for AIEEE exam?

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By Sonica Rajkumari
IInd year Planning, SPA Vijaywada

All you need is to think freely; try to avoid complications in your mind while seeing the objects and be assured before filling the options in the answer sheet.

The All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) is going to be held on 25th April 2010. I appeared for the AIEEE twice and managed to get through in engineering as well as in architecture and planning in the year 2008. I didn’t opt for engineering seat because I knew I may get the seat through 2nd or 3rd counseling or probably I may not get. Moreover, I had better rank in architecture than engineering and above all this, I was more interested in architecture.

The candidate who is going to sit in the engineering exams has to mug up the 11th and 12th standard books day and night; go to coaching centre and understand the whole syllabus; and go through all that hard work besides extra stress of the exam itself. But for the architecture exam, one is not bounded with syllabus. As there is no specific book that could be entirely or particularly relied upon, so is tough to analyze the syllabus. It is like anything can come that is not taught to you in your senior school.

The most important point to remember is that all that seems to be conceptual from the examination point of view will be helpful in the exam, like your inner qualities, your perspective to observe things. The test will not only test your intelligence but also your way of observing things, your talent and creativity too. For some, it may appear as interesting game or puzzle and for some, nothing more than useless things that pressurize and force your brain to think about what you are not used to and that lead to headache. In architecture you only need mathematics that is comparatively simple and easy than the math comes in b.tech test (In my opinion).

In architecture exam besides mathematics, the paper contains aptitude test, general knowledge and drawings. Even if someone has little GK about architecture but has the ability to see things and objects from different angles and points, will be able to attend the aptitude part nicely and can clear the exam easily. Drawing part also matters a lot as it consists the maximum marks in the architecture exam. One question related to drawing may carry 20 or 50 marks.

I have seen students while I was appearing for the architecture exam, they literally put their hands on their head as the object shapes, its orientation, angle in aptitude test was good enough to get them headache and feel dizzy. But for some it appears to be very interesting as such things are not taught till class 12th. It’s something how do you observe things better than others, that’s what need in architecture. “What will be the view if you see the object from this angle, from top, from bottom?” “How many triangles, rectangles are their?” Options for such questions make students more confuse as all the options seem similar. I was very confident about exam when I first attempted as I was thinking my aptitude exam went well but disappointment came in hand when I didn’t cleared the exam. I was not able to make out what went wrong. Later I analyzed that the option which was appeared to be perfectly correct from my viewpoint, was actually wrong… I should have observed more carefully.

So, I convey my best wishes to all class 12th students who are appearing for AIEEE exams this Sunday. All the best for tomorrow’s exams. But my special wishes are for the students who are going to appear architecture exam. Especially as you don’t have to study the text book except maths and even if you have so-so type of drawing (not bad also) can clear the exam given all your attempted questions are correct in aptitude test. This is not a tough job. All you need is to think freely; try to avoid the complications in your mind while seeing the objects and assure before filling the options in the answer sheet or else while revising, you will be like- “oh god! no I think c) option is correct and I put option b)”. So take care of these things and ALL THE BEST.

Thursday, 22 April 2010

Top 10 Lurking Questions

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By RK Rishikesh Sinha, New Delhi

Ever since the BishnupriyaManipuri.Com came into existence in the web world, some questions are repeatedly asked by first-time readers and writers.

What are the questions?

# Ques 1:“Kita lab ase site e-han choliya?” What is the benefit running this site?

Ohh! “lab”, frankly speaking if it is ‘money’, then there is nothing as such monetary benefit owed to BishnupriyaManipuri.Com. Nothing to feel sorry since Rupert Murdoch, the media mogul, faces the same question, and all content-rich mega-sites owners that you see all around the Internet are brooding over – How to monetize their sites. There is no economic model as such developed in the Internet world. If you have got one, share with me!

This was money aspect! However, at the individual aspect, yeah the ‘lab’ has been immense. I became Google ninja*!, Web expert, self-proclaimed coder-editor (like an news editor making plans what to publish, how to go ahead…etc.) , hunt news and follow news to the hilt, and see with my own eyes how Internet and media is undergoing transformation (Juggling between US and India sites).

• I brought back my official website which was banned by Google within 24 hours! Ask anything about Google and Internet tools, I might have poked my nose there.

Of course, I do think why I am running this blogsite, the skills that I have mentioned here could be gained running another blogsite which has its own charm and aroma. But it is something related to ‘me’ aspect. That’s I don’t know…it is something self-realisation, self-discovery…I really don’t know.

Yeah, feel good (not happy) when I witness change happening on ground triggered here in the site.

DEFINITELY WILL MAKE ‘LAB’. THAT’S SURE!

# Ques 2: Why our people don’t comment to my posts?

Hahahaha….i laugh when I hear this question. It is one of the most asked questions. Statistically speaking, I tell them you go to any site with lakhs of readers…and follow the comments…you will see even these sites fail to snowball comments*. So, forget slew of comments here. Well, besides this, we have got big ‘ego’…(people say) why should I comment even if it is good…

• Well, if you go to US-based websites there you will find comments….but for India-based sites…only controversy garner comments…See Rediff News.

# Ques 3: “Ohh! I have an idea to write…. But it would be of negative shade”

This is one question I hear when a first-time writer after writing few of the articles says to me.

I say, “Don’t write then”. I usually don’t go telling them that even in newspaper if you work…there you will not be allowed to write ‘politics’ and ‘business’ unless and until you have been grinded well…and you have come to know - how to write on these subjects.

Start with “human interest stories” around yourself. This is the best practice that any new journo or writer is given the task to develop news for nose*. So, I would say to any writer – Develop nose for news…write on human interest stories…people love it.

*In my initial days of my career in Guwahati, I wrote n-numbers of articles to get published in The Assam Tribune…but to no avail…they were never published. Desperate…hated the people there…but one day I hit the bullseye…I with my friend discovered the house in Kamakhaya Temple and hunted documents written by Vivekananda in his stay in Guwahati…a century ago. The article got published…I developed the nose for news…after that no looking back.

# Ques 4: The site is too complex…I don’t know how to comment and read archived articles.

I really feel sorry when readers say this. It means navigation is poor. Here I would say – use Archive tab in the right side panel. Or else, use Google custom search at the header where BishnupriyaManipuri.Com is written. If everything fails, do send me your query, definitely I will provide you the article link.

One more thing to suggest to new readers who are not acquainted with Internet – Click anywhere in the site, it will not disappear. Don’t worry about it. Explore and discover the site – just click.

# Ques 5: There is no ‘life’ in the site that was earlier.

I just say ‘Yes’ when I hear this remark. I ponder – what is life*?

But deep bottom my heart the answer comes – I have matured, in the same breathe this site has matured…readers have matured…and ‘you’ have matured reading your ‘own’ stuff. Isn’t!

Next question comes – is this called ‘maturity’!

• Personally the mere definition of life changes with every moment that passes by. Is it making everyone happy when you are unhappy with your life; or is it something catching the star on which you believe. Everyone has its own definition of life. I align to the definition of life which defines “Success”. The success that blooms you, enrich you, and give a reason to strike the inner spark.

# Ques 6: Now, very few people write on the site.

Very few people ask this question. I say, ‘yeah, they don’t write’. If they ask the question, “Why?”. I answer “…for how long one can write?...one day someone will stop and I will stop (God forbids!)…it is life”

Than I retort back…Even I have stopped my professional writing which is important to my career…hardly I write …so…..

# Ques 7: What direction will you give to the site in the future?

[Again] Very few people have asked this question. Hardly 5 people have asked this question.

I answer them – Two things can happen. One it will be stopped*. Second, I am in terms with other blogsites owners who are catering to the same niche – community-based sites.

My initial conception is to create a community-based blog network for the entire northeast India something like hyper-local sites in US do which gives information on block level. If they (other blog owners) understand what I mean; and we all join hands the whole media consumption and delivery model will be changed. At least I am hopeful. If it fails…I have got enough experience to tread the path, alone!

* I become greedy whenever I think like this. The site has got enough Google link juice (it is continuously linked to many websites), which increases its value and authority in the internet. And yes, the site is a small microcosm, a tool to understand internet better. It serves as a laboratory which gives me freedom to carry out experiments. And I love statistics, mathematics!

# Ques 8: Your job is simple, just copy-paste the articles sent by writers. You don’t do anything!

Really many people have said this, that I don’t do anything. They further add, ‘You take the cream prepared by others’.

True, but half-true!

I don’t answer, and I haven’t answered, yet! With so much content – articles, music songs, videos, and photos – managing them itself becomes a full-time job.

I feel like asking the person (though I don’t ask them) – How you have dropped in the site?

#Ques 9: I feel bad when someone complains about my article…what do you feel when same things happens with you…(incorrect facts)

I usually say, “You do one thing, don’t write when you are in doubt”. Not saying the famous adage: When in doubt cut it out.

# Ques 10: Why you have written after long time, soo long article?

I am hoping this question. Answer: I feel like writing. Got enthused seeing the traffic spike in the site after this post “Take Bishnupriya Manipuri Exam

Monday, 19 April 2010

Photo: Guwahati on 19 April 2010

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Photo: By Pratibha Sinha, Guwahati
















































Recruitment of ASI, Head Constable and Constable in Delhi Police - 2010

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Jobs and Career

Applications from Indian nationals are invited to fill up following vacancies in the following category. Recruitment will be held at Delhi for which candidates country fulfilling conditions will be considered :

Asstt. Sub-Inspector (Stenographer) : 20 posts [English - 18(UR-5, SC-4, ST-3, OBC-6), Hindi -2 (ST-2)], Pay Scale : PB-2 Rs. 9300-34800 GP Rs.4200/-, Age : 18 to 25 years as on 01/01/2010. , Qualification : Graduate from a recognised university or equivalent, Speed in English Shorthand 80 WPM, Speed in English Typing-40 wpm, OR Speed in Hindi Shorthand 80 WPM, Speed in Hindi Typing - 30 WPM, Physical Stantdard : 165 hieght male, 157 cm female, Chest : 78-82 cms. male

Head Constable (Ministerial) : 499 posts (SC-66, ST-36, OBC-142, UR-265), Pay Scale : PB-1 Rs. 5200-20200 Grade Pay Rs.2400/- , Age : 18 to 25 years as on 01/01/2010. , Qualification : 12th pass or equivalent, Speed in English Typing-30 wpm, OR Speed in Hindi Typing - 25 WPM, Physical Stantdard : 165 hieght male, 157 cm female, Chest : 78-82 cms. male

How to Apply : Application in the prescribed format alongwith the requisite fee should be send the Post Box No. 8020, Delhi 110033 on or before 14/05/2010.

For more detail: Visit Delhi Police Website

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Sunday, 18 April 2010

Take a Bishnupriya Manipuri Exam

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It's been more than 3 years we all have been consuming news and views on the Bishnupriya Manipuri topic. With so much engagement it is necessary now to sit for an exam, perhaps the 'first' in the history of Bishnupriya Manipuri where students would be appearing from all across the globe.

Please appear for the exam and test your understanding on Bishnupriya Manipuri.

[You can see the exam here in google doc]
[Your answer will be visible here]

Thursday, 15 April 2010

Bhajan Audio Album Released

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By Pratibha Sinha, Guwahati



L.L Production released Bhajan Audio Album on 26th March, 2010 in a cultural programme organised in connection with Basanti Puja at Patharkandi. It was organised by Lucky Rajkumar. The album was released by Sunder Mukherjee, Working President/Central Committee of Mahasabha from Tripura along with Prabhas Kanti Sinha and Asutosh Sinha(Ravi). The producer of the album is Promila Sinha(Punu) and project planned and arranged by Prabhas Kanti Sinha.

The bhajans in the album are in the voice of Sushanta Sinha, Bhajan & Ghazal Singer on his self-written lyrics. Songs composed by Sushanta and tune by Anup Jalota and Sushanta. Musicians are Shyam Sunder Sinha(Tabla), Bidhan Laskar(Guitar) and Jewel Chowdhury(Mandira).

The bhajans in the album are:-

1. Ishwar Bandona
2. Jonomhan Ti Yaarilo Din Kataile
3. Nijor Maan Harow Tho Nwarleo
4. Hajeya Thoi Fulor Sajjya Sakhi
5. Ningkar Mon Shri Ramor Charan
6. Monhan Kotiw Apang Oile
7. Jonom Jonome Mi Brindabone Thaitow
8. Bharat Hun Hanumanor Nwartow Reen Hujani
9. Nikka Homade
10. Ehani Prabhu Koredis Dehotto Thoigo Nikulte

Contacts: 9435374016, 9436593642, 9864106524

Download the two songs:
1. Jonomhan Ti Yaarilo Din Kataile
2. Nijor Maan Harow Tho Nwarleo

Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Head Constable (Ministerial) vacancy in SSB

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Applications are invited from male Indian citizens fulfilling the eligibility criteria for recruitment to the post of Head Constable (Ministerial) in SSB. The last date of receipt of application form is 07/05/2010.

Head Constable (Ministerial) Male : 218 posts (UR-116, SC-31, ST-20, OBC-51), Pay Scale : Rs. 5200- 20200 grade pay Rs.2400/-, Age : 18-25 years, relaxation as per rule, Qualification : Intermediate (10+2) or equivalent from a recognized Board/ Institute. 2. Typing speed 30 words per minute in English or 25 words per minute in Hindi.

For more information, click Direct Recruitment of HC (Ministerial)

Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Jobs Opportunities in UAE

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UAE-based company Borouge is going to conduct a recruitment campaign in Trident Hotel, Mumbai on 1 and 2 May 2010 for the following positions:

Instrument/Control Engineer
Mechanical Trainer
Electrical Trainer
Contracts Engineer
Electrical Engineer
Electrical Supervisor
Inventory Controller
E&I Planner
Mechanical Planner
Mechanical Engineer
Mechanical Supervisor
Mechanical Planner
Scheduler

Normally the company reimburse to and fro Economy class air travel expenses to attend the interview and they mention it in their call/interview letter/email.

If anybody having the relevant qualifications and experiences wants to work in the UAE, then they can send their resume to Mr. Jose A. Koska.

e-mail:jose.koska@borouge.com

Borouge is one of the best employer in the UAE and the job is of long-term contract with Income Tax free salary.

For various job positions, click http://ggheewala.com/borouge.asp

Monday, 12 April 2010

Delhi Nagrik Samiti opens bank account

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Bishnupriya Manipuri Nagrik Samiti has recently opened a bank account with Punjab National Bank, GOYALA KHURD Branch. The account number is 4888000100013214.

Today is Ninthoapa (Monday)

Saturday, 10 April 2010

Get Northeast States News In Email

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(The write up has appeared in the buzznortheast.blogspot.com)

If you love to follow news and events taking place in the northeastern states of Assam, Tripura, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Nagaland, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram, the blog site buzznortheast.blogspot.com is your destination (though it is in the beta stage). You can follow particular state or even get a glimpse of the whole northeast states in your email account, or any accepted web platforms.

Subscribe to the particular state and remain updated with the happenings of the respective states. Refer to your friends, friends' friend, their friend's friend to subscribe. If possible whoever is interested in news on northeastern states.

Email Subscription

NorthEast India Buzz: Complete important news from all the states.

You can even receive real updates in Google Buzz. Subscribe Buzz NorthEast News in Google Buzz.

Friday, 9 April 2010

Dantewada Killing: Name of the Victims

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Pay your condelence to the CRPF jawans of Dantewada killing

Deputy Commandant Satyawan Singh (48), Assistant Commandant B L Meena (30)

According to a list released by the CRPF, those who hailed from Uttar Pradesh were:

Zamurulhasan, Sharvdev Singh, B K Sharma, Brijesh Kumar Tiwari, Rakesh Kumar, Ved Pal, Bhupender Kumar, Awdhesh, Satrajeet Ram, Manak Chandra Sharma, Devender Yadav, Narender Kumar, Khalil Khan, Jamuna Prasad Giri, Sanjay Kumar Jalaon, Manoj Kumar Pandey, Navneet Kumar, Arender Kumar, Virender Singh, Udaj Veer Singh, Suraj Kumar, Vijay Kumar, Mahender Kumar, Tara Singh, Ajit Singh, Ramanand Yadav, Jitender Kumar, Praveen Kumar Raj, Satender Singh Yadav, Ranjeet Kumar Yadav, Dharam Pal Singh, Udai veer Singh, Nahar Singh, Sachin Kumar, Satish Chandra, Rajender Singh Rana, Sushil Kumar, Vinod Kumar, Rajesh Kumar, Nirvesh Kumar,Amit Kumar Singh, Inderjeet Kumar Ram and Shyam Lal.

The six personnel from Uttarakhand were Manoj Nogai, Brij Anand, Lalit Kumar, Mahesh Singh, Vinod Pal Singh, Tikam Singh.

Six jawans from Bihar, Surinder Rai, Prakash Kumar, Jeetu Anand, Bishwanath Raj, Bhutan Yadav and Moti Lal Ram, were killed in the ambush.

K Vijay Kumar, D Shekar, Mohan Rangan from Tamil Nadu, Pradeep Kumar and Sandeep Kumar from Haryana, Loes Xess and Raja Ram Ekka from Chhattisgarh, Sampat Lal and Ram Karan Meena from Rajasthan and Yogeshwar Naik and H K Malik, were from Orissa.

Other deceased CRPF personnel are Ali Hasan (Delhi), Amle Sopan (Maharashtra), Shivappa (Karnataka), L K Kalita (Assam), Rajesh K (Kerala), Ashish Kumar Bhagel (West Bengal) and M C M Reddy (Andhra Pradesh), the list said.

Comment:
I was just reading the names...
by Jafar Hussain on Apr 08, 2010

There are people from various states, various religion, caste and creed.. I saw the whole India. It seems this is a war against India and whole of the India has been wounded.
Pay your condolence to the 76 CRPF jawans of Dantewada killing

Thursday, 8 April 2010

Pay your condolence to the 76 CRPF jawans of Dantewada killing

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When we were busy with our daily chores in the early morning of Tuesday, 76 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were fighting with naxalites in the dense jungle of Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh. In the attack, the whole platoon of CRPF was butchered. The ferocity of the attack could be measured from the fact that only 5 jawans survived in the deadly ambush. The day has gone down to the list of the 26/11 and 7/11 terrorist attacks on India.

Anger and outrage are natural fallout of the mind-numbing attack. So is sympathy for the security forces and their families.

Pay your condolence to our brave jawans. Enter your name, location and message and press the 'submit' button. You can also message in the Google Doc Form. Your message will appear in this post (also visible here).



Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Happy Rongali Bihu From Ritwick Sinha

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By Ritwick Sinha, Class IV,
Senior Secondary School, Guwahati, Assam




My Mother

My mother is the dearest for me.
She loves me like an angel,
She serves me like a nurse.
She is the soul of our house;
She takes care of us.
She helps me to do my homework,
She prepares our breakfast.
She is a very kind and a loving mother,
I feel proud of my mother.

Bishnupriya Manipuri bodies hail Kartik

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Special Correspondent

SILCHAR, April 6: Five different Bishnupriya Manipuri bodies-Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha, Bishnupriya Manipuri Students’ Union, Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Andolan Parishad, Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahila Sangstha and NGO Khowrang today jointly accorded reception to Kartik Sena Sinha, Patharkandi BJP MLA, who made a volte-face and voted for Congress in the Rajya Sabha elections along
with three other MLAs of the party Dr. Rumi Nath, Shambhu Singh Mallah and Abhijit Hazarika.

All the four MLAs have been suspended from the party, pending final decision by the party president for their expulsion from BJP. The spectre of action by the highest decision making body of BJP seems to have no impact on Kartik Sena Sinha who received a hero’s welcome on his arrival at Kumbhirgram Airport. A cavalcade of his supporters and fans in four and six wheelers and motor bikes carried him to Sri Sri Bhubaneshwar Sadhu Thakur Ashram at Tarapur of this town where he was accorded reception by the Bishnupriya Manipuri social, cultural, literary and student bodies.

Dr. Deben Sinha, president of Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha appreciated the decision of Kartik Sena Sinha to vote for Congress as he did it in the larger interest of the community. The Chief Minister of Assam Tarun Gogoi assured him of Economic Development Council for Bishnupriya Manipuris. The reception meeting was presided over by Chandra Kanta Sinha, poet and litterateur. Others who spoke on the occasion heaping praises on Kartik Sena Sinha included Haridas Sinha, Ashish Ranjan Sinha, Uday Sinha, Swapan Sinha among others. In his brief speech, Kartik Sena Sinha justified his decision to vote for Congress, keeping in mind the over all interest of his backward community.

Sunday, 4 April 2010

Smriticharan Sabha held at Bikrampur

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By Rebati Mohan Sinha

After a long 129 years, the Anchalik Committee of Bikrampur, consisting of nine villages had a privilege to organise a three-day program of General Assembly.


Photos in Slideshow

The delegates from all 22 Anchalik Committees, covering Assam, Tripura, Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata, assembled at the said venue in the afternoon of March 5, 2010 to hoist the Radhamadhavjiu Mandir flag at the entrance of the Shripat gate and followed by the offering of flowers at the statue of Shri Shri Pundarikakkha Sharma, the founder of the Radhamadhavjiu Mandir, placed adjacent to the dais. 130 candles were lighted by the distinguished persons present on the occasion of the commencement of ‘Smriticharan’ sabha.

The secretary of the Samiti had read out the report on income and expenditure of the Mandir from 01 January to 31 December 2009. The budget of 2010 could not be passed in the assembly for certain technical points. However the interim budget would be tabled at the newly formed committee’s first working committee meeting, to be held in the month of May 2010. Shri Shyamsundar Sinha and Krishna Charan Sinha, are the President and the Secretary of the Samiti respectively.

The delegates were heard praising the Reception Committee for their unique touch of bringing our two Mandirs, Radhagobindajiu and Radhamadhavjiu at the venue by displaying the giant size of photographs depicting the Mandirs and Radha/shyamkunda, where people offering their last rites.

Delegates who could not visit these Mandirs were quite benefitted by the efforts put in by the committee. The closing ceremony was held by the lowering of the Mandir flag on the completion of forming the new committee on March 7th 2010.

Friday, 2 April 2010

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Kartik fans disrupt Purkayastha’s rally

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From our Staff Reporter

SILCHAR, April 1: Silchar MP Kabindra Purkayastha was virtually compelled to quit the Lowairpua Mandal BJP office today leaving his speech incomplete as almost 200 supporters of MLA Kartik Sena Sinha violently raised slogans against the senior BJP leader. Purkayastha along with Karimganj district BJP president Jyotirmoy Das and Shipra Gun left the venue as the meeting was disrupted by Bishnupriya Manipuri youths who brought out a procession from Motor Stand area towards Mandal Office. Purkayastha had been attending party meeting at Borkhola, Patharkandi and Ratabari to keep the spirit of the workers intact following the party MLAs of these three Assembly segments tarnishing the image of BJP by casting their votes in favour of Congress candidates in the recent Rajya Sabha election in the State. Today, the workers meet at Lowerpua began with the speech of Mandal BJP president Uttam Rickiason. When Kabindra Purkayastha began his speech, a group of Bishnupriya Manipuri youths, supporters of Kartik Sena Sinha, started shouting ‘Kabindra Purkayastha murdabad’ ‘Kartik Sena jindabad’. Tension gripped the venue immediately as the BJP workers also stood up to resist the Kartik-supporters. However, Purkayastha stopped his speech unfinished and left the place. He later attended two meetings in Patharkandi and Ratabari.

Courtesy: The Sentinel


Thursday, 1 April 2010

A Leap Forward

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Since 2007 (the BishnupriyaManipuri.Com came into existence), the web has undergone a massive change in its communication model. In this attempt to catch on with the latest trend, a new communication layer has been added to the BishnupriyaManipuri.Com.


What is this?


Now onwards, devoted as well as occasional readers of this site could track the real-time important developments taking place related to Assam, Tripura (northeast in particular) and India in general.


Note: The selection of the news are not automated, but will be manually picked up all across the web.


Where to find out?


#At the top header of the site.[there is a widget and link "NEWS", before Travel]


#At the right side panel: INDIA NORTHEAST NEWS POKE



IMPORTANCE




  • News will be aggregated, customized, funneled and delivered.


  • Readers will get news at one place: from hyperlocal (Bishnupriya Manipuri news and views) to local (Assam, Tripura…), and to national (India) and international.


Do leave a comment on what type of news and views across the web you wish to read and follow.
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