Website Highlight : RKCS Art Gallery –

Portrait of Shri Rajkumar Chandrajitsana Singh

A fantastic and beautiful website on our favourite artist of Manipur – Shri Rajkumar Chandrajitsana Singh has been launch to commemorate his 87th birth Anniversary on October 13, 2011.

You can check out the photo galleries online and enjoy the glimpse of beautiful photos on history and culture of Manipur.

It see it as a huge galore and information on Manipur through painting and masterpieces and will be a important website for tourist too. If you happen to visit Imphal, make a point to visit the Art Gallery at the address below. It is in the heart of Imphal and you will cherish the experience forever.

We really enjoyed it.

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More Information:

RKCS Art Gallery
Keishamthong mathak, Imphal – 795001, Manipur, India
Phone: 08050994135 / 9863181969

Visiting Hours
  • Mon – Fri: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Sat: 9:00 am – 12:45 pm
  • Sun 10:15 am – 12:45 pm

Daily News Digest – Hueiyen Lanpao – 13 October 2011

Common minimum programme of SPF will be reviewed: CPI

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

 Imphal, October 12: Although there is an understanding between the Congress and the CPI who is a partner in the SPF government, the CPI has declared that the common minimum programme, in which both the parties have had an understanding and formed the government, will be reviewed. Speaking at a press conference held at Irawat Bhawan […]

‘Gaan-Ngai ban unreasonable’

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

 Imphal, October 12: Reacting to the news report with regard to the banning of the State Level Gaan-Ngai celebration by Zeliangrong Union (ZU), the Committee observed that it is a matter of shame and contempt that ZU has outraged the yeomen service of the Committee which has been in existence since 2003 and has been organizing […]

MU students detain police officer, overturn bullet proof gypsy

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

Imphal, October 12: Infuriated students of Manipur University detained one police officer who drove inside the University at night and acted rudely to some student hostellers. Four escort personnel who came along the police officer, however, managed to escape the fury of the agitated students. The agitated students also over-turned the vehicle in which the police […]

SHDDC greetings on Kut

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

Imphal, October 12: The SHDDC on the occasion of Kut, a festival of joy of harvest greeted the people of the state. In a press release SHDDC stated, “Harvest used to be in the form of paddy, and other agricultural products. However, as time has changed Kut has also (ought to) become a festival of fete […]

Seminar on tribal constitutional rights held

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

Kakching, October 12: Under the sponsorship of ADC Chandel, All Tribal Chiefs and Public Grievances Forum (ATCPGF), Chandel district organized a one-day seminar cum consultation on the theme of ‘Uphold tribal Constitutional rights’ at H Kotlenphai community hall, Kotlenphai village today. Organised under the banner of ‘Land protection, protection of district boundary’, the seminar was attended […]

International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

Imphal, Oct 12: As is being celebrated throughout the world, the International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction was also celebrated in the state organized by the Relief and Disaster management Department, GoM with the support from Royal Riders Manipur and National Self Disaster Management Organisation. The celebration was marked by a motor cycle rally along with […]

Daily News Digest – Imphal Free Press – 13 October 2011

Mera Hou Chongba celebration reaffirms sense of brotherhood in state

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, October 12: As celebrated in the state since time immemorial, Mera Hou Chongba was held today in various parts of the state. The festival celebrates the brotherhood of the various ethnic groups who have made the state their homes. The main celebration was organized by Mera Hou Chongba Thousil Lup comprising of Sana Konung […]

Myanmar begins releasing political dissidents from jail

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

Headlines YANGON, Myanmar, October 12 (AP): Myanmar freed an outspoken critic and a major ethnic rebel as it began releasing 6,300 convicts Wednesday in its latest liberalizing move, but kept some political detainees behind bars, dampening hopes for a broader amnesty. It was not clear how many of the country’s estimated 2,000 political detainees were […]

Drunk unarmed policeman beaten up for bullying MU hostellers

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 12: Irate hostellers of Manipur University beat up a policeman who barged into the boys’ hostel drunk and bullied some hostellers at around 9:30 pm today. According to the hostellers, some seven unarmed police personnel in full uniform came to Boys’ Hostel No. 3 in a bulletproof Rakshak jeep which had no vehicle […]

Woman found unconscious with signs of harrassment

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, October 12: An identified woman aged about 45-48, was found lying unconscious with bruises all over her body at a secluded area near the hills of Loitang Khullen and Oakshu Chingkon by locals of Khaman area when they were going to their paddy fields, early this morning at around 8am. Further according to a […]

Daily News Digest – The Sangai Express – 13 October 2011

Security reason cancellation of Kohima-Imphal bus trip saddens British remembrance tour members

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

By Bachaspatimayum Sunzu  IMPHAL, October 12: ‘No sensible being likes war because people get killed in wars. Sadly wars can never be stopped because of greedy politicians’  says Bernard Hyde, a former Royal British Air Force pilot who flew in supplies to the front-lines in Burma and Imphal during the second world war in 1945 […]

Manipuris should first render utmost support to Irom Sharmila: Mark Magnier

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

By Hrishikesh Angom IMPHAL, October 12: The whole world will definitely acknowledge the 11-year-old struggle of Irom Sharmila only if the people of Manipur render utmost support to her. This was stated by South Asia Bureau Chief of Los Angeles Times, Mark Magnier during an interaction programme held today at the Department of Mass Communication, […]

Interface with leaders of Senapati district sets NPF poll ball rolling… On the steam of Naga integration

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 12 : The Naga People’s Front (NPF) has started devising election strategies to field the most qualified candi-dates in 11 seats for the 10th Manipur Legislative elec-tions with a vision to make NPF a formidable political force in the Manipur Legislative Assembly. NPF held a consultative meeting at Senapati district Hqs under the […]

More skeletons tumble out of village schools in Churachandpur district – Beds, cooking gas in supposed classrooms

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

  Lamka, Oct 12 : Close on the heels of the Deputy Commissioner of Chura-chandpur serving a show cause notice on the Headmaster of a school for allegedly cooking up the number of students in the school and thereby availing numerous grants and aid from the School Education Department, another case of  fudging students enrol-ment […]

Trucks bound for Imphal

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

JIRIBAM, Oct 12 : Movements of trucks to and fro to Imphal remain unaffected in the midst of office and market closure due to the 120 hours general strike called by the Jiribam District Demand Committee, reports our correspondent.  At least 1022 goods laden trucks left Jiribam for Imphal today under escort by IRB, police […]

Ibobi set to meet DoNER Minister

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 12 :Chief Minister Okram Ibobi will hold a meeting with DoNER Minister PS Gatowar on availing NLCPR fund for improving power situation in Manipur as well as for reducing loss of power in transmission. Chief Minister O Ibobi who left for New Delhi today for separate meetings with different Ministers has taken an […]

CPI (M) names two candidates for the upcoming 10th Assembly election

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 12 : Setting the ball rolling for the upcoming 10th Assembly election, the CPI (M) has become the first political party to announce the names of its candidates to contest in the said election.  CPI (M) Central Committee Member and ex-MP Nurul Hooda declared that Kshetrimayum Shanta would contest in Sagolband Assembly Constituency […]

CPI to strike against price hike on October 21

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 12 : SPF coalition partner CPI is planning a State-wide agitation all over Manipur against price hike and criminalisation of politics on October 21. The party has also instructed its Minister to urge the Government to take a definite resolution on the protracted issue of Sadar Hills district at the earliest. Speaking to […]

Manipur General strike on October 15

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 12 : Along with declaring October 15 as the ‘national black day’, the Coordination Committee (CorCom) of KCP, KYKL, PREPAK, PREPAK (Pro), RPF, UNLF and UPPK has called a general strike from midnight of October 14 till 5.30 pm of October 15. A press release issued by the CorCom asserted that it was […]

Social harmony call reverberates on Mera Hou-chongba

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 12: Like in the past, Mera Houchongba, which symbolises fostering age-old relationship between the hill and valley dwellers, was celebrated in various parts of the State with the Kangla Religious Committee of Kangla Fort Board hosting the main event inside the sacred Kangla today. The celebration was also attended by representatives of Bangladesh-based […]

7 Day festival of Narrative Art Forms of Manipur 2011 concludes

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

  IMPHAL, Oct 12: A seven-day festival of narrative art forms of Manipur organised by Institute of Performing Arts ended on October 9 at Manipuri Ensemble complex, Langthabal. The festival was organised under the joint aegis of Union Ministry of Culture and Manipuri Ensemble, Imphal with the primary objective to promote and preserve centuries-old narrative […]

Farmers’ Training programme @ Senapati

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 12 : A one -day farmers’ training programme about rabi crops was held today at Saranamei community hall under Paomata block of Senapati district under he aegis of Agriculture Technology Management Agency, Senapati. The programme was attended by SS Puniya as chief guest and Agriculture Technology Management Agency, Senapati project director M Gojendro […]

JAC claims Binasakhi’s body, demands probe

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 12: Following an agreement with the Chief Minister, body of a housewife, who died at JNIMS Hospital due to alleged negligence by the doctors on duty, has been claimed by the family members for religious rituals. Speaking to newspersons at Manipur Press Club today, L Thamboi, who is chairman of the JAC formed […]

ZSUM expresses concern

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 12: Zeliangrong Students’ Union, Manipur (ZSUM) has flayed the alleged incompetency and negligence of PWD in the construction of a bridge between Dikiuram and Katang village in Tamenglong district with the funds from North-Eastern Council, (NEC), Division-II. The concerned Executive Engineer, Assistant Engineer and Section Officers of the Department are incapable to execute […]

22nd Loktak Day observed at Loktak Lairembi ground

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

IMPHAL, Oct 12: The 22nd Loktak Day was observed under the theme, ‘Save Loktak’ at Loktak Lairembi ground, Thanga today. The clarion call of protecting the biggest fresh water lake in North East India was once again made during the observance organised by the festival committee constituted under the aegis of Loktak Lake Development Organisation. […]

Kuki Liberation Organisation reacts on clarification of NSCN/GPRN

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

Imphal, Oct 12: The NSCN/GPRN has made a big mistake by issuing a clarification statement in the media over Khullen Khailet problem, a Kuki village in Chandel district, alleged Kuki Liberation Organisation/Kuki Liberation Army ( KLO/KLA) General Secretary L Timothy Kuki. The statement came when L Timothy was speaking to NNN at KLO/KLA GQ at […]

State Level Gaan-Ngai Celebration Committee reacts against the ban imposed by Zeliangrong Union

October 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

 IMPHAL, Oct 12: Reacting against the ban imposed by Zeliangrong Union on organising State level Gaan-Ngai festival, State Level Gaan-Ngai Celebration Committee, Manipur has said that it is a matter of shame and contempt that Zeliangrong Union has outraged the yeoman service of the committee which has been in existence and rendering service since 2003 […]

Common minimum programme of SPF will be reviewed: CPI

 Imphal, October 12: Although there is an understanding between the Congress and the CPI who is a partner in the SPF government, the CPI has declared that the common minimum programme, in which both the parties have had an understanding and formed the government, will be reviewed.

Speaking at a press conference held at Irawat Bhawan today, Dr M Nara, Secretary, CPI, Manipur State Council termed the utterances of the Chief Minister O Ibobi in a function, wherein he said that the opposition leaders are just like a conch, they cannot exist and are of no use without joining the ruling party,  as really unfortunate. In a democracy, the belief that only the ruling party will benefit, is a totally irresponsible statement. Both the ruling and the opposition play an equally important role in the betterment of the society by sitting and discussing together to bring out ways and means to being about progress. There is no hard and fast rule that only the Congress can rule a government.

He further said that the highest body of the CPI had a State Council meeting on October 9 and minutely discussed the prevailing condition of the state. The meeting, considering the various difficulties faced by the general public and the central government remaining mum on the issue, resolved to press the Union government to established a Highway Protection Force.

The State Council also condemned the act of the state police for not taking up any step for seizing the license guns of those politicians who are misusing their license guns, he said.

He further went on to say that the cabinet Ministers of the UPA government are indulging in huge corrupt practices. To put a stop to all these practices, pressures will be made to pass the Lok Pal Bill in the winter Parliamentary session.

He said that the State Council meeting has also resolved to fight against gun culture in politics, high corruptions. The people should also co-operate with the party under such circumstances.

When there was economic blockade in Jammu and Kashmir for 8 days, the Union government deployed Para military forces and immediately put a stop to the blockade. But after 70 days of economic blockade in the NHs of Manipur, the Union government is staying silent. The CPI has instructed Minister Ph Parijat of the SPF government, who is a CPI candidate, to at least get himself involved and press the authority to scale down the economic blockade.

Source: Hueiyen Lanpao