Day: October 9, 2020

Da ka Master Plan yn pynkhreh ka KHADC ban pynheh pynbha ïa ka ïew ha Diengpasoh

October 9, 2020

Shillong, Risaw 09: Ka Khasi Hills Autonomous District Council (KHADC) kan pynkhreh da ka Master Plan na ka bynta ban pynheh bad pynbit pynbiang bha ia ka ïew ha ka Shnong Diengpasoh kaba ju pynlong shisien shi taiew ha ka Sngi Ïew Lyngka. Haba kdew ia kane, U Bah Pynïaid Sing Syiem, Chairman ka KHADC Read More

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Meghalaya records another COVID-19 death, tally rises to 61

October 9, 2020

SHILLONG, Oct 9: Meghalaya on Friday recorded one new COVID-19 death, 127 new cases and 71 recoveries. With this the total number of persons who succumbed to the virus is now at 61, the total active cases are 2424 and 4903 have recovered from the virus. Director of Health Services (MI), Dr. Aman War informed Read More

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Govt mobilised 500 cr for developing LP school infra in State

October 9, 2020

Tura, Oct 9: Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma on Friday inaugurated the new building of Bajengdoba Higher Secondary School in North Garo Hills in presence of Deputy Speaker of Meghalaya Legislative Assembly Timothy D. Shira, MLA of Bajengdoba Pongseng Marak and MLA of Kharkutta Rupert Momin. Speaking at the inaugural ceremony, the Chief Minister Read More

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Assembly Committee raises concern over ration & BPL card coverage

October 9, 2020

Shillong, Oct 9: The Meghalaya Assembly Committee on Women Empowerment today urged the Food and Civil Supplies Department to fast track processing pending ration card applications. Committee Chairperson Dr. Ampareen Lyngdoh said that they were informed by the Department that there were 57,083 pending applications still unattended since 2016. She said that 77.79% rural families Read More

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Assembly Committee urges govt to reduce COVID testing cost

October 9, 2020

Shillong, Oct 9: The Meghalaya Assembly Committee on Women Empowerment on Friday urged the state government to reduce the cost of COVID-19 testing and treatment. It may be informed that from October 16, Rs. 3200 will be charged for RTPCR, CBNAAT and TRUNAAT tests, while Rs. 500 will be charged for rapid antigen test. The Read More

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