Day: March 20, 2018

Pulom ka jingthmu shna Police Outpost ka sorkar Assam ha Umru, Ri Bhoi Distrik

March 20, 2018

Nongpoh, Lber 20: Ka sorkar Assam sa shisien ka la sdang ban wan kyntur pud ïa ki jaka kiba hap hapoh ka jylla Meghalaya hynrei kane ka jingthmu jong ki, ka la pulom biang hadien ka jingtuklar jong u Deputy Commissioner ka Ri Bhoi distrik, u CP Gotmare. Ka Assam ka lawan ban kyntur pud Read More

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Ïatylli ka liang synshar bad liang pyrshah haba ïatai halor ka mat kyrduh kam ki samla

March 20, 2018

Shillong, Lber 20: Ka mat kaba ïadei bad ka jingkyrduh kam ki samla jong ka Jylla ka la long kawei na ka jingïakren kaba la neh kham slem hapoh ka dorbar mang tyngka jong ka ïingdorbar mynta ka sngi haduh ba ka la pynlong ïa ki arliang mamla, ka liang synshar bad ka liang pyrshah Read More

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Ka sorkar kan wad ki lad ki lynti ban pyn-sangeh ïa ka jing-kyntur pud ka MUDA: Hamlet

March 20, 2018

Shillong, Lber 20: U Myntri sorkar jylla ba dei peit ïa ka tnad kam pynroi sor (urban affairs) u Bah Hamletson Dohling hynne ka sngi u la pyntip ha ka Ïing Dorbar Thaw-aiñ ka jylla ba ka Meghalaya Urban Development Authority (MUDA) ka dei ban wanrah da ki jing-pynithuh ba thymmai sha ki paidbah ba Read More

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NGO leader and RTI activist killed in East Jaiñtia Hills

March 20, 2018

Jowai, March 20: President of Jaintia Youth Federation (JYF) and RTI activist, Poipynhun Majaw on Tuesday was found dead with multiple injuries on his head in Khliehriat, East Jaintia Hills, police said. According to police, they suspect that the NGO leader was murdered by unidentified miscreants. Police informed that his body was recovered from an Read More

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NGOs file complaint against trader for fraud

March 20, 2018

Tura, Mar 20: NGOs of Garo Hills, including the GSU, FKJGP, Association for Democracy and Empowerment (ADE) and Achik Youth Welfare Organization (AYWO) today filed a complaint against a trader for posing as a chartered accountant despite not being one. The NGOs took the trader in question before handing him over to the authorities and Read More

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PWD Minister assures completion of Mawlai bye-pass

March 20, 2018

SHILLONG, Mar 20: Meghalaya PWD (Roads) Minister, Prestone Tynsong on Tuesday informed the House that he has instructed his officers to speed up the construction of the Mawlai bye-pass. The issue was taken up by Congress legislator from Mawlai, Process T Sawkmie. Tynsong informed the House that so far 60 percent of physical work is Read More

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NCP demands NIA probe into Jonathone’s killing

March 20, 2018

SHILLONG, Mar 20: The Meghalaya Unit of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Tuesday urged the Meghalaya government to hand over investigation into the killing of its candidate Jonathone N Sangma to the National Investigation Agency (NIA). “The involvement of the underground militants with political nexus should be brought to light and the culprits should Read More

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Hamlet: Govt to find long term solution to MUDA encroachment issue

March 20, 2018

SHILLONG, Mar 20: Meghalaya Urban Affairs Minister, Hamletson Dohling, on Tuesday informed the House that the Meghalaya Urban Development Authority (MUDA) had to issue fresh notification informing public that Meghalaya Building Bye law will be applicable for the Shillong Master Plan area after the High Court judgment on high rise buildings. Dohling was replying during Read More

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James:Beneficiaries deprived of NFSA can make claims and objection

March 20, 2018

SHILLONG, Mar 20: Meghalaya Food and Civil Supplies Minister, James K Sangma today told the Meghalaya Assembly that citizens who feel that they have been deprived of their benefits under the National Food Security Act (NFSA) can seek redressal of their grievances through claims and objections. The Food and Civil Supplies Minister said that the Read More

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Govt will invite talks only if militant groups give up arms: Conrad

March 20, 2018

Saleng asks govt to follow up on surrendered militants SHILLONG, Mar 20: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) legislator from Gambegre, Saleng A Sangma on Tuesday told the Meghalaya Assembly that certain surrendered cadres of militant organisations went back to their old lives because there were no follow up action on the part of the previous governments. Read More

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