With a firm commitment towards capacity building of the nation, Rajya Sabha MP, Shri Subhash Chandra had launched the Subhash Chandra Foundation to commemorate 90 years of Essel Group and had pledged Rs. 5000 crore of his family wealth towards philanthropic initiatives of the Foundation . Today, the Subhash Chandra Foundation announced the launch of its first-of-its kind initiative – the ‘Esselerator’ program to identify and mentor entrepreneurs. The program has been launched in association with the Essel Group , one of India’s largest diversified business conglomerates, and will be powered by TiE Mumbai , a non-profit global community. The program has been launched to identify and mentor entrepreneurs across start-ups in the fields of Media & Entertainment, MediaTech and EduTech. Driven by a desire of #LetsFuelIdeas, the program aims to co-develop and nurture ‘early & growth stage start-ups’ that have the potential to grow into successful companies in the future. Commenting on the launch, Shri Subhash Chandra, Rajya Sabha MP and Chairman of Essel Group said, “Essel Group’s journey of 90 years has been marked by a series of milestones, which have been driven by a pioneering vision and an undying entrepreneurial spirit. As we move ahead in this journey, our aim is to carry forward the entrepreneurial legacy of the Group and with this objective in mind, we had launched the Subhash Chandra Foundation earlier this year to help budding entrepreneurs and educationists, by not just providing them with funds but by creating a chain model. Under the aegis of the Subhash Chandra Foundation and in partnership with TiE Mumbai, we are proud to launch our initiative – the ‘Esselerator’ program which promises to identify and groom the next generation of thinkers and innovators, who through their unique business models will play a significant role in building the capacity of the nation.” Mr. Amit Goenka, CEO – International Broadcast Business, ZEEL said, “The ‘Esselerator’ program has been launched keeping in mind, Shri Chandra’s vision to nurture and grow entrepreneurs and create capacity for the nation through business models that will bring about change, increase effectiveness and provide growth opportunities. The focus of the ‘Esselerator’ on media, entertainment and education is at the heart of Essel’s business and leadership in these sectors.” Mr. Anand Desai, President – TiE Mumbai & Managing Partner, DSK Legal, said “The Media & Entertainment space is highly fragmented and entrepreneurs face a number of challenges. This is a positive step towards nurturing the start-up eco-system by getting corporates involved. The Subhash Chandra Foundation along with Essel Group’s focus on MediaTech & EduTech is the need of the hour. Through this partnership with TiE, the Esselerator program will allow us to create a more mature ecosystem.” With the expertise of the Essel Group and the vision of the Subhash Chandra Foundation, the program aims to give the founding teams access to Essel resources, networks and platforms to test and grow their start-ups into viable businesses. The selected teams will be mentored by the eminent leadership of Essel Group including Shri Subhash Chandra, the Chief Mentor, Punit Goenka, MD & CEO, ZEEL and Amit Goenka, CEO- International Broadcast Business, ZEEL, and senior management of Essel Group, along with Industry experts from different fields. The shortlisted teams will benefit from comprehensive knowledge and guidance from the best minds in the industry, and training across technology, consumer insights, fund raising and social media tools. Along with TiE Mumbai’s strong mentorship and global network, start-ups passing through the Esselerator program will benefit tremendously. The program will allow Early and Growth Stage start-ups to apply into the program and go through a selection process through a panel of experts. Start-ups involved in IoT, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), Cognitive Computing, Virtual/ Augmented Reality, Blockchain, etc. and willing to look at business opportunities in the media & entertainment or education space, can also apply. The first round of applicants will be shortlisted through their online applications. The second round will include interviews with the accepted applicants which will be jointly conducted by Esselerator & TiE Mumbai. Further information along with the necessary requirements to apply for this program are available on the Esselerator website.
Friday, December 15 2017
The Telangana State government is determined to attain global standards in establishing cyber security ecosystem and has sought support from Israel to devise necessary policy framework. “Israel’s National Information Security Agency (NISA)’s success in creating a formidable cyber security framework is very impressive. Israel’s three-staged approach of ensuring robustness and resilience at the institutional level driven ably by an involved leadership at the top is worthy of emulation. We seek Israeli expertise in diagnosing our State government cyber policy and provide an audit report on it to help us create a secure ecosystem in Telangana,” said Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary, IT Department, and Government of Telangana. Security Operations Centre: Speaking at the inaugural session of the two-day International Cyber Security Conference 2017, Jayesh Ranjan announced that the government’s Security Operations Centre (SOC) in Hyderabad would start operations before the end of December. The SOC will be housed at the Sate Data Centre and will focus on protecting critical infrastructure of the government. Top experts in Information Security, Data Security and IT Infrastructure are taking part in the second edition of the annual conference, being organised by Kenes Exhibitions with support from Telangana government, Cyberabad Police, Cyber Society of India, Information Israel, and Bangalore. Israel invites partnerships: “India has adequate human capital and with Industry-academia collaboration can, like Israel, create abundant talent pool required to achieve global standards in cyber security ,” said Dr Shai Moses, Consul for Trade and Economic Affairs, Consulate General of Israel, Bangalore. “Israel see great potential for business partnerships with Indian companies and we welcome the IT players to explore collaboration opportunities with Israel companies,” said Moses. Making a detailed presentation on Israel’s journey towards emerging as a global leader in cyber security systems, Ram Levi, CEO, Konfidas, emphasized on a strategic approach to cyber security. “In this age of hyper connectivity and excessive reliance on Internet, cyber threats are a reality that we have to deal with. We cannot defend everything and at all times. So, we need to identify critical infrastructure based on parameters like contribution to nation’s GDP’s, significance to continued functionality of key assets etc and build capacities to defend them” Ram Levi elaborated.”
Friday, December 15 2017
The Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI), is a self-regulatory organization of the industry to promote, maintain, monitor and uphold fair, sound, ethical and healthy principles and practices of advertising content. ASCI’s Consumer Complaints Council (CCC) in recent times has received a slew of complaints against the condom advertisements with explicit adult content being aired during family viewing hours, requesting ASCI to declare a ban on these advertisements. However, ASCI has not upheld these complaints seeking a ban on such advertisements as the condom advertisements are promoting product usage which plays a significant role in curtailment of sexually transmitted diseases and has a larger public service cause. At the same time, ASCI does empathize with the consumers’ grievance that some of the condom advertisements are detrimental to the children’s sensibilities as they focus on sensationalising the act and play heavily on sexual content to grab eyeballs rather than being educative, informative and focused on the benefits of condom usage for audience of all age groups. However ASCI, being a body self-regulating advertising content, has no remit over advertising placement in media. Taking all perspectives into consideration, ASCI had suggested the MIB to consider restricting the telecast of sexually explicit condom advertisements during watershed hours of 10:00 p.m. to 6 a.m. so that exposure to pre-teens could be minimised. The concept of watershed hours is also practiced globally in various countries like Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Kenya, UK and US to name a few. Commenting on this move, Shweta Purandare, Secretary General, ASCI added, “It is important to highlight that condom advertisements meant for family viewing, which disseminate health benefits or propagate information on safe sex practices, the implementation of which can diminish accidental pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) / HIV continue to be allowed to air without restriction. The condom advertisements that have come under watershed hour restriction are the ones which lean on sexual innuendos which could be violating certain provisions of Cable TV Act’s Advertising Code. Advertisements that were complained against were not about HIV protection, prevention of teenage pregnancy or population control. Instead, they focussed on sexual titillation, highlighting product flavours or features, which made them embarrassing and distasteful to be viewed, especially in the presence of children during family viewing hours. As these advertisements were not objectionable for viewing by adults, they could be aired during the watershed hours. ASCI welcomes this move which provides a pragmatic solution addressing the concerns of all stakeholders.”
Thursday, December 21 2017
The ZEE Media group today launched the ZEE Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand television news channel at a grand ceremony at Taj Vivanta, Lucknow, where Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was the chief guest. Uttarkhand Chief Minister Trivendra Rawat, yoga guru Baba Ramdev, Rajya Sabha MP, Subhash Chandra, Deputy Chief Ministers of UP Keshav Prasad Maurya and Dinesh Sharma, former UP chief minister and Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav, Rajya Sabha MPs Amar Singh and Vivek Tankha were also present as special invitees. Speaking on the occasion, UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said, “ZEE Media Group has highlighted key national issues from time to time”. He hoped that, “the new channel will provide correct and unbiased news to 25 crore people of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand.” Rajya Sabha MP Subhash Chandra spoke to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on many important topics and advised him to have a discussion with the Muslim community and take them into confidence. Mr Trivendra Singh Rawat congratulated Zee Media Group for launching the new channel, and also presented the roadmap his government has prepared for the development of Uttarakhand. Baba Ramdev joined the programme from Haridwar. Highlighting the good work being done by PM Modi and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Baba Ramdev said the county will soon witness ‘achche din’. Many other dignitaries too congratulated Zee Media Group and expressed hope that the channel will soon have a distinct identity of its own.
Thursday, December 21 2017
By Atul Dev and Anosh Malekar | 21 December 2017 Previous Next Print | E-mail | Single Page Family members of the judge Brijgopal Harkishan Loya—who presided over the trial in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh case, where the main person accused was the Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah—have raised numerous questions over his sudden death, purportedly of a heart attack, while on a visit to Nagpur in 2014. Since The Caravan first published these questions last month, our investigations have uncovered signs of possible manipulation in every record made public so far with information on the circumstances of Loya’s final night. These include the occupancy register at the government guest house where he stayed, and an ECG chart purportedly generated at Dande Hospital, the first medical facility he was reportedly taken to after feeling unwell. Several sources have come forward after the story broke with accounts of the judge’s final hours that dispute the testimony of Loya’s family members. Two sitting judges of the Bombay High Court have chosen to speak to select media outlets—and, in doing so, made an exceptional departure from the established code of judicial conduct—in order to summarily dismiss any possibility of foul play, even as a police investigation into Loya’s death is ongoing. These judges, by their own telling, did not themselves witness Loya’s deterioration on his final night until after he was at the Meditrina Institute of Medical Sciences, where he was taken after Dande Hospital and eventually declared dead. The new accounts of the circumstances of Loya’s death have appeared in follow-up reports from Nagpur by several media outlets, including the Indian Express and NDTV. Amit Shah himself, when asked of the Loya case, has recommended the Indian Express ’s coverage for a “more neutral” viewpoint. None of these accounts stand up to close scrutiny, and between them they disagree on multiple details. We were given new accounts and details of Loya’s final night on our own follow-up reporting from Nagpur too, and these, again, do not square with the accounts and details offered to other media outlets. Following Loya’s death, a Zero-FIR was registered at Sitabuldi police station, which has jurisdiction over Meditrina. The case was then transferred to Sadar police station, which has jurisdiction over the government guest house. The police file on the case remains open, and police in Nagpur told us it contains an Accidental Death Report. As of early this December, police investigators had not recorded statements from anyone who was with Loya in the lead-up to his death, or from any of Loya’s immediate family members—despite it being standard police procedure to collect such statements as part of inquest proceedings. There is no established chain of custody for Loya’s mobile phone, which was delivered to his family through unofficial channels three days after his death, with records erased. POSSIBLE MANIPULATION OF OCCUPANCY REGISTER AT GOVERNMENT GUEST HOUSE Ravi Bhavan, the guest house for government VIPs where Loya stayed in Nagpur, maintains an occupancy register. This is not used for bookings, but rather to sign guests into their allotted accommodation when they arrive, and sign them out when they leave. As is common with such registers at all hotels and guest houses, it is filled in sequentially. We inspected the register at Ravi Bhavan on 3 December 2017. Loya died on the night intervening between 30 November and 1 December 2014, while in Nagpur to attend the wedding of the daughter of a fellow judge. For the time of his stay, the occupancy register showed suites 10 and 20, respectively, registered to S Kulkarni and Smt Phansalkar-Joshi. Kulkarni was identified as the registrar of the Bombay High Court; at the time the post was held by a judge named Shrikant Kulkarni. Phansalkar-Joshi was identified as the registrar general of the Bombay High Court; a judge named Shalini Shashank Phansalkar-Joshi is today a justice of the Bombay High Court. Suites 10 and 20 are situated right beside the reception area of Ravi Bhavan, and very close to the exit gate of the guest house. The register is printed with six rows on every page. When we flipped through it, every page appeared to be completely filled in from the start of the volume through page 44. However, page 45 and page 46—Kulkarni and Phansalkar-Joshi’s entries appear on the latter—showed three blank rows. Page 45 has four complete entries. The first three, respectively, are under the names of an engineer with the Public Works Department and two judges of the Aurangabad branch of the Bombay High Court. The fourth is under the name “Babasaheb Ambedkar Milind ,” with the last name is illegible. There is no phone number or additional identifying information listed for this guest. The engineer arrived on 28 November 2014 and left on 1 December; the judges arrived at 8pm on 29 November 2014 and left the next day. These three entries have the signatures of the registered guest, the person who received them and the person who checked them out. Surprisingly, the entry under “Babasaheb Ambedkar Milind ” notes that the guest arrived at 1.38am on “30-11-17,” or 30 November 2017—although this part of the register is meant to have recorded arrivals and departures in 2014. This entry is also missing signatures of the guest and of whoever checked the guest out. The guest apparently did not pay either, so there is no way to verify this entry against a payment slip. That a date three years in the future would have been written into such a register in 2014 seems highly unlikely. For comparison, it is worth considering the chances of a guest or receptionist in 2017 accidentally entering the present year in such a register as 2020. While even a single genuine discrepancy of this sort is unlikely, in this case there are actually two. The same entry shows the guest checking out from Ravi Bhavan at an unspecified time on the same date—“30/11/17.” The last two rows on page 45 are empty, and note nothing more than two suite numbers—2 and 3. On page 46, the first row is empty, and mentions only suit number 5. The next two entries are those under the names of Kulkarni and Phansalkar-Joshi. Inspecting these closely, it appears that the arrival date in Kulkarni’s entry was first written down as 30-12-14—or 30 December 2014, a full month after Loya’s death. It seems that the 2 in this date was subsequently scribbled over to make a 1, indicating an arrival date of “30-11-14,” or 30 November 2014. In a reply to an RTI application, a copy of which is with The Caravan , the Public Works Department of the Maharashtra government, which runs Ravi Bhavan, has issued copies of 26 pages of the register. None of these have any blank entries outside pages 45 and 46 either. There should, in fact, be no reason for blank rows in an occupancy register. It is worth noting again that the only blank entries in the Ravi Bhavan occupancy register as well as the two instances of inconsistent dating all occur immediately preceding the entries directly related to Loya’s stay there. Justice Bhushan Gavai, one of the two Bombay High Court judges to have spoken to the media so far, told the Indian Express that Loya stayed with two fellow ma
Tuesday, December 19 2017
93.5 Red FM has come with an all new, quirky and socially driven campaign called Malishka Ko Matt Sunn. While this initially created a lot of speculation about the famous RJ Malishka parting ways with the radio station she was preparing the listeners for their new socially driven campaign. Red FM started on air promos around 7 th December where they strategically kept barging the listeners with tag line Malishka ko matt sunn without providing any reasons or explanations. B-town actors and celebs were roped in to reiterate this message to the listeners. A video posted on Red FM’s Facebook page included some some big names of the Bollywood industry who were the listeners not to listen to RJ Malishka. The video started with Aamir Khan saying Malishka ko matt sunn, followed by Vidya Balan, Irrfan Khan, Shraddha Kapoor, Rajkumar Rao, Kapil Sharma, Tumhari Sulu director Suresh Triveni and TV actor Barun Sobti. All these celebs were a part of Malishka’s show at some point and came forward to support Red FM’s latest campaign. Speaking about the new campaign, Nisha Narayanan, COO, 93.5 Red FM said , “Speaking about the new campaign, Nisha Narayanan, COO, 93.5 Red FM said, ‘’We are very excited for Malishka ko matt sunn, the idea behind this stemmed from the concept of stubbornness of the human brain. We always end up doing opposite of what we are asked to do, well; mostly. The strategy with Malishka ko matt sunn is to target the wrongdoers, the ones who spit in public places, litter around, break traffic rules engage in catcalls etc. The aim is to tell the citizens that if they are doing any such actions they should stop listening to RJ Malishka on Red FM. As a radio station, we strongly believe that RJ Malishka through Red FM has acted as a catalyst in bringing about a change in the life’s of Mumbaikars. It will always be our constant endeavour to surprise the listeners time and again with such new and innovative campaigns.’’
Wednesday, December 20 2017
More News Courtesy Curve Karrueche Tran knows a thing or two about style. Not only does the model-actress have her own beauty line, Femme Rosa, but she’s tried just about everything when it comes to her skincare routine. Tran sat down with Stylish to celebrate Curve for Men for the holidays and spilled her secrets to a sexy smelling man, her beauty secret that involves cutlery and even told Us the hairstyle she would never try again. Read on for the scoop! Stylish: What do you look for in a men’s fragrance? Tran: Me, personally, what attracts me to a man is scent, period. I’m all about what they smell like, they have to smell good. I prefer a men’s fragrance that exudes sexiness — it’s for a sharp man, a little spicy, pretty much what Curve is. It’s spicy with a little bit of woodsiness. That’s what everyone should start with when thinking of men’s fragrance, in my opinion. I think a woman’s opinion on what her man smells like is very important, so I like to let a man know what I think about how he smells. I think going by personality is hard when trying to find a fragrance for someone else. It should come down to what smells good to you. I would tell my man, “Hey babe, I bought this new cologne for you,” in the nicest possible way. But a man has to smell good. And not too much — just a little, that’s all you need. Meghan Markle’s First Wedding Dress Design Contender: All You Need to Know About Inbal Dror Stylish: What about you? What’s your fragrance preference? Tran: I always have to have a fragrance on. I have to wear a fragrance before I go anywhere. For me, scent is everything. It’s a first impression. I love it when people tell me I’m smelling good and ask what I’m wearing. For me, it gives me that extra confidence and makes me feel grown. Stylish: What about your beauty secrets? You once said Kiehl’s was your favorite — do you still use their products? Tran: I am still a Kiehl’s girl, but I definitely try what else works for me. If I go into Sephora — I mean, I go crazy because they have a million different products. And I’m still learning about what works for me. I’ve been using a Chanel Serum recently and it’s been working really great. It’s so important to put a serum on before your moisturizer, it makes a difference. I love anything Peter Thomas Roth for masks, and I get puffy eyes sometimes so I use his cucumber eye mask. I love to take care of my skin. Masks, serums, oils, moisturizers … I’m into it. My face takes a lot of moisture, so I like to layer. And I always wash my face before bed and try to apply a night cream. Mario Badescu has a seaweed night cream that I use and I wake up and my skin is so soft. Miley Cyrus Bedazzled a Pair of See-Through Heels Because She’s Miley Cyrus Stylish: What’s Your Craziest Beauty Tip? Tran: Because I get puffy eyes — that’s my main issue that I care about the most — so I keep two frozen spoons in the freezer and before I go on set or start my day, when I’ve washed my face and before my moisturizer, I take the spoons around my eyes for a little bit of tightening. I don’t know if it really makes a difference, but I feel like it works because I feel fresh. Stylish: What about your drugstore beauty obsessions? Tran: Aveeno cleansing pads are really good when I have more makeup on than usual. They’re so great, they get everything off. Stylish: It’s the holidays — what beauty gift would you get a female friend? Tran: I love to give my girlfriends fragrance, but I like to give people things that they will use. I gave a mini Conair facial steamer and a ton of masks for one of my friends, and she loves it. Or anything Pat McGrath or from my line Femme Rosa. Beauty is the best gift. See Jessica Alba’s Cutest Pregnancy Styles — So Far! Stylish: Have any hair regrets to share? Tran: I dyed my hair blonde a few years ago and I don’t know what I was thinking. I should have done a wig or a weave. Before I dyed it, it was so long and curly, but then I went platinum and it was totally fried. I’ve been using oil treatments ever since to help repair the damage and keep it moisturized. So, I learned the hard way — I won’t do that again. It’s only wigs if I want to be blonde. Is Yellow the New Millennial Pink? See the Hottest Hue on the Red Carpet Stylish: What’s a trend you think will be big next year in beauty and style? What are you ready to say goodbye to in 2018? Tran: I’m really into newsboy hats and berets — they’re in right now but for the New Year, too. And I think anything orange will be big! I think the colors in makeup will be warmer. I think I’m ready to see overly contoured makeup be left behind. I think it’s going to be all about the fresh face. Want stories like these delivered straight to your phone? Download the Us Weekly iPhone app now! More News
Friday, December 22 2017
Mizoram Government Doctors’ Association-in Badge dum bel ve By 10 views All India Federation of Government Doctors Association-in vawiina ram pum huapa lungawi lohna lantir nana Badge dum an bel chu Mizoram Government Doctors’ Association pawhin an zawm ve a. AIFGDA thuchhuahin a tarlan danin, an thil tih chhan hi Rajasthan sorkar-in a hnuaia thawk, Doctor-te laka thil a tih dan duh loh lantirna a ni a, AIFGDA chuan Rajasthan sorkar chu Doctor-te chunga a thil tih sût turin an phût a ni. Tun hnai khan Rajasthan sorkar hnuaia thawk, Doctor-ten lungawi lohna an lantir a, an inbiakrem hnuah Doctor-te hian lungawi lohna lantir an chu an titawp a, hemi hnu hian Rajasthan sorkar chuan Doctor-te thil phût chu a tihpuitling lo mai ni lovin, Doctor \henkhat chu a mantir niin AIFGDA thuchhuah chuan a sawi.
Thursday, December 21 2017
Mara Autonomous District Council Office kumin atan khar By 7 views Mara Autonomous District Council Office chu Krismas leh kum thar chawlh hmang turin vawiin khan khar a ni a, nakkum January ni 5-ah hawn leh a ni ang. A kharna inkhawmah MADC Chairman, Pu H. Sahlo chuan kumina mipui tana an hnathawh dan \hat leh \hat loh chu thawktuten anmahni an inhre vek thei ang tih sawiin, nakkum, 2018-ah chuan kumin aia \ha leh nasa zawka mipui tan hna thawk turin Council hnathawktute a fuih a, rilru thianghlim tak nena krismas leh kum thar hman tum tur leh thlarau thianghlim pawlna chan \heuh tum turin a fuih bawk a ni.
Thursday, December 21 2017
Central Jail leh Protective Home-a awm, hmeichhiate tlawh By 7 views Nimin chawhnu khan MZU-te Women Studies Centre, buatsaihin Central Jail leh Protective Home-a awm, hmeichhiate tlawh an ni a, Co-Operation Minister, Vanlalawmpuii Chawngthu pawh a tel a ni. MZU WSC hian Krismas thilpek atan Charity Show an neih a\anga sum an hmuh, Rs.11,002 chu Protective Home hi an pe a, Central Jail-a awm, hmeichhiate pawh shawl, hmeichhe mamawh leh thil dangte an pe bawk. Thilpek hlanna inkhawm hi MZU WSC Hony Director, Prof. Lalneihzovi’n a kaihruai a ni. Central Jail-ah hian tang hmeichhia 45, nau pawm lai hmeichhia 1 leh mipa 3 an awm a. Protective Home-ah hian hmeichhia 41 leh naupang 10 an awm bawk a ni.
Thursday, December 21 2017
Champhai District-a Khawbung Branch YMA-in an khua leh Biate inkar kawng hnatlangin siam By 11 views Champhai District-a Khawbung Branch YMA chuan an khua leh Biate inkar kawng chu nimin a\ang khan hnatlangin an siam \ha a, Khawbunga ZONET palai sawi danin, hnatlanga thawk chhuak hi mi 150 vel an ni a, mimal JCB 2, Tipper 3, Pick Up 2 leh lirthei dang engemawzat an thawh chhuahpui a, Khawbung leh Tuipui inkar, km 10 vel huam chhunga kawng khuar chhe zual lai chu an hnawh a ni. He kawng hi kum 20 kal ta vela laih ni mah se, alkatra luan a la nih loh avangin fur chhungin a khuar chhe hman hle \hin a, nuam zawk leh awlsam zawka zin veivakte an kal theih nan Branch YMA chuan hnatlang a ko ta a ni. Hnatlangte hman atan hian bialtu MLA, Pu T. Sangkunga chuan Rs.10,000/- a pe a, Tlawva Hydel Project siamtu, Executive Engineer, Pu Lalrinkima, PWD Executive Engineer, Pu Vanlaldika, Khawbung BDO, Pu Lalbiakfela leh mi \hahnemngai engemawzatin pawisa an thawh bawk a ni. Khawbung Branch YMA President, Pu H. Lalniliana chuan YMA-in kawng siam \ha tura hnatlang a koh chhan chu sawrkar emaw, kawng siamtu Department emaw tihhmingchhiat tumna ni lovin he kawnga kal khualzinte nuam zawk leh him zawka an kal theihna tur leh lirthei neituten tlo zawka an lirthei an hmanna tur niin a sawi.
Thursday, December 21 2017
AH&Vety Minister, Pu C. Ngunlianchunga’n Mampuia AH&Vety Farm tlawh By 13 views AH&Vety Minister, Pu C. Ngunlianchunga’n nimin khan Mampuia AH&Vety Farm tlawhin, RKVY sum hmanga vawk inthlah punna, Pig Multiplication Farm-a vawk in sak thar 4 a en a, hengah te hian vawk note 102 a awm a, a vulh duhte hnenah man tlawm zawka hralh chhuah \hin a ni. He Pig Multiplication Farm-ah hian vawk tlat chhuahna tur hmun pawh siam a ni a, Pu C. Ngunlianchunga hian Mampui khawtlang hruaitute chu an khaw tihhmasawnna tura sorkar hnathawh tum dante a hrilhfiah bawk. Mampui AH&Vety Farm-ah hian District Veterinary Officer, Dr. B. Zonghinga leh a thawhpuiten Minister hi an lo dawngsawng a, Lai Autonomous District Council-a Executive Member, Pu C. Sangchhunga leh Deputy Chairman, Pu LR Dingliana bakah Lai District Congress President, Pu J. Ropianga ten an \awiawm a ni.