Min Awangbow Newmai inaugurates Cultural Regale of Maram Students Union
First Published: 16th January, 2023 15:29 IST
The ANSAM President called the programme a historic one by bringing back the student community to the ancestral village of the Maram community at Maram Khullen village
The Cultural Regale of the Maram Students Union (MKS) was inaugurated by Awangbow Newmai, Minister of Water Resources, Relief, and Disaster Management, as the chief guest, and J. Kumo Sha, MLA, former President of ANSAM, as the special guest, on Sunday at Senapati.
President of All Naga Students Association, Manipur (ANSAM), Luikang Bruce, speaking on the occasion, said that he was the first president of the student body representing the Maram community in ANSAM.
The ANSAM President called the programme a historic one by bringing back the student community to the ancestral village of the Maram community at Maram Khullen village. He said that the gathering at the ancestral village signifies the oneness of the Maram community.
Luikang Bruce also lauded the union body for delivering to the people through their good morals, sincerity, and transparency whenever any assignment is given to them.
Speaking as the chief guest, Minister Awangbow Newmai, encouraging the students’ community, stated that one is as talented as anyone in this world.
“The same God that created them has also created you and me with the same kind of talents that has been given to the advanced communities in this planet. Don’t take excuse of your economic conditions in your family. I truly believe in the famous saying ‘Where there is a will, there is a way,” the minister said.
Meanwhile, MLA Kumo Sha said that he has confidence that the conference will be successful. With fulfilment taking place in almost all the programmes that the MKS has been doing, the MLA also urged the student body to celebrate another conference with the theme, “Fulfillment.” The MLA also praised the theme of the programme and the organisers for organising it in the historical village of Maram.
The highlights of the events were the cultural display from Maram Khullen, the harmonious steps from Thangal Students Union (TAJ), the Wa dance from Maring Students Union, and the cultural blend from Katomei Youth and Students Organization.
TOPMOST STORY NOW
Live Zomato’s Response To Virat Kohli’s Tweet On Losing His Phone Goes Viral07th February 2023
Live Shubman Gill, Mohammed Siraj among players nominated for ICC Player of the Month Award for January 202307th February 2023
Live It’s official! Sidharth Malhotra, Kiara Advani are now married07th February 2023
Live Congress, CPI(M) always engaged in corruption: UP CM Yogi Adityanath during poll campaign for BJP07th February 2023
Manipur to host first tri-nation international football tournament in March
Manipur to host first tri-nation international friendly football tournament from March 20 to 28. India to play against Myanmar and Kyrgyzstan06th February 2023
Manipur: Police seize 640 grams Heroin from a truck with Nagaland registration number, 2 held
According to police sources, the truck was heading towards Kangpokpi from the Imphal side01st February 2023
Demand for ST status to Meiteis gets louder; massive rally in CM N Biren Singh’s home turf Heingang
Minutes after holding a massive public meeting at Koirengei Bazaar, the STDCM supporters marched through the streets as they resolved to continue to press for their demand.31st January 2023
Frame proper rules to hire Chairperson, Members of pollution control board: SC to Mizoram and Manipur
The Apex Court has asked the two states to look into suggestions made by 5 committee and frame rules in 6 months31st January 2023
75 students from Manipur to participate in SEIL orgainsed by Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad
SEIL aims to promote the feeling of brotherhood between youths from Northeast India and the rest of the nation30th January 2023