SHILLONG; May 22: The Congress party in Meghalaya has expressed confidence that it will be able to win at least 31 seats in the upcoming 2018 state polls.
Taking a calculative look at the requirement for the party in the upcoming polls, senior party leader and Cabinet Minister Prestone Tynsong said, “We need the magic number, we need to cross 31 and we are trying our best to get the magic number and we are working on that”.
SHILLONG, May 22: With the objective to study the diversity of plant and animal population and also the level of biodiversity conservation measures being practiced, the students and faculty of the Department of Environment and Traditional Ecosystems, Martin Luther Christian University (MLCU) observed the International Day for Biological Diversity on Monday with a field visit to the Nongkhyllem Wildlife Sanctuary, situated in Umling, RiBhoi District about 73.9 Kms away from the capital city of Shillong.
TURA, May 22: The Garo Students’ Union (GSU) Western Zone (South) on Saturday held its 2nd annual conference in the village of Garobadha in South West Garo Hills.
The zone has a total of 7 units all of which were a part of the event that was also attended by local leaders and students along with the advisor to the GSU, Manseng Sangma.
TURA, May 22: Two people were killed and another seriously injured after a bus collided with a motorcycle near the town of Mahendraganj in South West Garo Hills (SWGH) at about 4:30 pm on Sunday.
The 3 motorbike borne persons, Rakkan A Sangma (27) and Tengrik K Sangma (19), both from nearby Chapahati village, along with Diluet R Marak of Kendrakona were moving towards Mahendraganj when their bike had a head on collision with a bus (ML08 A 1987) that was moving in the opposite direction towards Mankachar in Assam. The accident occurred near the village of Durgapara near the town.
Manipur Chief Minister, Nongthombam Biren Singh said that Suspension of Operation (SoO) with various militant groups in the state is a failure. The failure of the SoO is due to the ignorance of those in authority and security forces were not serious in their undertakings, particularly as far as dialogues were concerned. He said this at a function in Imphal on the occasion of Anti-terrorism Day. While pointing out to the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) that the surrender policy designed for militants was “a total failure”, he also had discussed the matter with Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh.
Singh heading the first Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led Government in Manipur was bold enough to highlight that it is disappointing that there is no proper supervision over the outfits which have joined the national mainstream, which has rendered the surrender policy meaningless.
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