Manipur

About The State

Having a varied and proud history from the earliest times, Manipur came under the British Rule as a Princely State after the defeat in the Anglo-Manipuri War of 1891. After independence of India in 1947, the Princely State of Manipur was merged in the Indian Union on October 15,1949 and became a full-fledged State of India on the 21th January, 1972 with a Legislative Assembly of 60 seats of which 20 are reserved for Scheduled Tribe and 1 reserved for Scheduled Caste. The State is represented in the Lok Sabha by two members and by one member in the Rajya Sabha.


Hon'ble Chief Minister :- Shri. Nongthombam Biren Singh

Nongthombam Biren Singh (born 1 January 1961) is an Indian politician and former footballer and journalist. He is the current Chief Minister of Manipur.

He began his career as a footballer and got recruited in the Border Security Force (BSF) playing for its team in domestic competitions. He resigned from the BSF and turned to journalism. Despite having had no formal training and experience, he began the vernacular daily Naharolgi Thoudang in 1992 and worked as the editor till 2001.

Turning to politics in 2002, Singh joined the Democratic Revolutionary Peoples Party and won the assembly elections from Heingang. He retained the seat in 2007 contesting with a Indian National Congress ticket after joining the party in 2003. Serving as the Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, he quit the party in 2016 before joining the Bharatiya Janata Party. In 2017, he retained his seat from Heingang again and was named the Chief Minister

In March 2017, he was elected as leader of the BJP Legislature Party in Manipur and with a majority of MLAs having been presented to the Governor, he was sworn in as Chief Minister of Manipur on 15 March 2017. He is the first ever BJP Chief Minister in Manipur

MANIPUR GOVERNMENT WEB LINKS
Official Portal of Manipur Government http://manipur.gov.in/
Governor of Manipur http://manipur.gov.in/?page_id=689
Department of State Information Commission (SIC) http://maninfocom.nic.in/
Department of eMPSC Online - Manipur Public Service Commission (MPSC) http://empsconline.gov.in/
Department of Public Service Commission http://mpscmanipur.gov.in/
Department of State Women's Commission (MSCW) http://manipurwomencommission.gov.in/
Department of Commerce and Industries http://dcimanipur.gov.in/
Department of National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) http://nrhmmanipur.org/
Home Department http://homemanipur.nic.in/
Department of Information and Public Relations http://dipr-manipur.gov.in/
Department of Information Technology http://ditmanipur.gov.in/
Department of Right to Information http://maninfocom.nic.in/rti_portal.html
Department of Planning http://planningmanipur.gov.in/
Public Works Department (PWD) http://pwdmanipur.nic.in/
Department of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj http://rdmanipur.gov.in/
Department of Social Welfare http://socialwelfaremanipur.nic.in/
Department of Sports http://yasmanipur.gov.in/
Department of Health http://www.manipurhealthdirectorate.in/
Department of Education http://manipureducation.gov.in/
Department of Electricity http://manipurpower.nic.in/
Department of Transport http://manipurtransport.in/transport-department/
Department of Agriculture http://mansfac.nic.in/
Department of Income Tax http://www.manipurvat.gov.in/
Department of revenue http://manipurrev.nic.in/
Department of tourism http://tourismmanipur.nic.in/
Department of Elections http://www.ceomanipur.nic.in/index.html
Department of Police http://manipurpolice.org/
Department of Animal Husbandry http://vetymanipur.nic.in/
Department of Employment http://employmentservicemanipur.nic.in/
Department of Public Health Engineering http://phedmanipur.gov.in/
Department of Town Planning http://townplanningmanipur.nic.in/
Department of Manipur State Archives http://archivesmanipur.nic.in/
Department of Environment and Forest http://manipurforest.gov.in/