Day: April 5, 2018

Charles Pyngrope suggest use of school buses – Regrets lack of play grounds  

April 5, 2018

SHILLONG, Apr 5: Opposition Congress legislator from Nongthymmai, Charles Pyngrope today urged the state government to issue circular to schools in the city to use buses to ferry children. Annoyed with the frequent traffic jams caused by private vehicles ferrying scholl going children, Pyngrope said, “This will ease traffic congestion in Shillong.” The Congress legislator Read More

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Meghalaya increases fish production in five years

April 5, 2018

SHILLONG, Apr 5: Fish production in Meghalaya has seen more than 100 percent increase in the last five years, the Meghalaya Assembly was informed on Thursday. As per the data furnished by minister in-charge Fisheries Comingone Ymbon, during the Question Hour in the last five years the total fish production are – 2012-13 (5417 Metric Read More

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Meghalaya Assembly discusses construction by Assam in disputed area

April 5, 2018

SHILLONG, Apr 5: Congress legislator from Umroi, George B Lyngdoh on Thursday asked if the state government was willing to dismantle a structure constructed by the Assam government in the disputed Block II Area. “Whether the state government has any intention to dismantle the structure or leave it as it is,” Lyngdoh asked while seeking Read More

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Conrad warns of consequences of climate change

April 5, 2018

SHILLONG, Apr 5: With climate change a reality, Chief Minister, Conrad Kongkal Sangma today told the Meghalaya Assembly that the flood situation in Meghalaya is only going to get worse in the years to come. Intervening during the Question Hour, Conrad said, “With climate change this is only going to get worse.” The Chief Minister Read More

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Political maps 0f Meghalaya, Assam include areas of differences

April 5, 2018

SHILLONG, Apr 5: Chief Minister, Conrad Kongkal Sangma on Friday told the Meghalaya Assembly that the political maps of both Meghalaya and Assam incorporates the areas of dispute between the two states. “Both states are sticking with their respective maps (which includes the areas of differences). The dispute lies therein,” Conrad said during the Question Read More

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