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KSU blames uranium exploration works

Death of aquatic lives in Ranikor river

STAFF CORRESPONDENT

SHILLONG, Feb 17: Negating the Meghalaya Pollution Control Board (MPCB)’s findings that the change in colour of the Ranikor river and death of aquatic lives is due to unscientific coal mining, the Khasi Students’ Union (KSU), Ranikor unit blamed the Atomic Mineral Division (AMD)’s uranium explor...

 
NOC issued to 9 cement factories without any agreement

RTI REVELATION 

From A Reporter

SHILLONG, Feb 17: An RTI filed by the Hynniewtrep Student Union (HSU), central body from the Jaintia Hills Autonomous District Council (JHADC), revealed that three former CEMs of the Council had allegedly issued No Objection Certificate (NOC) to nine cement factories without any agreement or Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). “T...

 
UDP meet remains inconclusive

FROM A CORRESPONDENT

SHILLONG, Feb 17: The meeting of the United Democratic Party (UDP) to decide on whether to continue its support to the People’s Democratic Forum (PDF) today remained inconclusive with the party reportedly unable to take any decision on the issue.

Till filing of this report the meeting was on with the UDP reportedly unable to decide on whether to conti...

 
Rape cases reported in State

From A Reporter
SHILLONG, Feb 17: In an alleged case of rape, Atul Pal (50) on February 14 attempted to rape one nine year old girl at Nongjri market (SWKH). In this connection, the police arrested the accused and investigation is on. In another case on February 13, a woman lodged a complaint that on February 13 one unidentified taxi driver took her twenty year old daughter to an unknown dest...

 
IIM Shillong to host fifth edition of TEDxIIM Shillong

From A Reporter

SHILLONG, Feb 17: IIM Shillong will host the fifth edition of TEDxIIM Shillong on February 18, where it will invite speakers from across the country to the educational hub of Northeast India to share ideas which have or will have a lasting impact on people’s lives.

Based on the theme ‘Alchemy of Choice’, this year’s edition seeks to unders...

 
Recruitment in Territorial Army

From A Reporter
Shillong, Feb 17: The Additional Deputy Commissioner, East Khasi Hills District, Shillong has informed that the 121 INF BN (TA) GARH RIF will be conducting a recruitment rally for the posts of Soldier (GD), Clerk (SD) and House Keeper on 7th March, 2017 at 6:00 AM at 119 INF BN (TA), Laban, East Khasi Hills District, Shillong. Documentation, Medical Test and Interview for sele...

 
BJYM detects NIOSís inability to conduct teacherís training

FROM A REPORTER

SHILLONG, Feb 17: The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), Meghalaya on Friday observed that the inability of NIOS to conduct and manage the training of teachers in a proper manner has created controversies among teachers and NIOS.

“It was seen that the NIOS could not conduct and manage the training in a proper way which has in turn resulted in controversi...

 
Varsity department makes presentation on environmental issues

STAFF CORRESPONDENT

SHILLONG, Feb 17:  With the objective to give the students an outlook at the different tactics for Environmental Management in New Zealand and drawing parallels between North East India and the island nation in Southwestern Pacific Ocean and other related topics, the Department of Environment and Traditional Ecosystems, Martin Luther Christian University today h...

 
Order under Section 144 CrPC promulgated

From A Reporter
Shillong, Feb 17: The District Magistrate, East Khasi Hills, has promulgated an Order under Section 144 CrPC prohibiting sale as well as use of Pakka thread, Nylon Manjha and Chinese Manja made of synthetic materials, particularly in relation to kite flying.  The Order is necessitated to comply with the Order passed by the National Green Tribunal regarding manjha particul...

 
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