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Prizes for SVEEP Competitions to be distributed on Jan 25

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SHILLONG, Jan 05: The prizes for the winners of the Essay Writing, Debate, Extempore Speech and Painting Competitions, conducted by the office of the Deputy Commissioner (Election), East Khasi Hills, as part of the SVEEP Programme will be distributed during the National Voters’ Day Celebration to be held on January 25 next in the Conference Room of the Deputy Commissioner, East Khasi Hills District, Shillong at 1 pm.

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NEC holds pre – bid consultation; new airline to operate by April

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SHILLONG, Jan 04: To promote air connectivity in the region, the North Eastern Council (NEC) on Friday held a pre – bid consultation here in which five private airline operators attended have sought for extension of the deadline of submission of tender even as the Council seeks to have a dedicated airlines service by April this year.
“Five private airline operators turned up at the pre-bid consultation held here and they have sought for extension of the deadline of submission of tender,” NEC secretary, UK Sangma told reporters here.

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Nagaland Assembly polls before March 18: Sampath

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DIMAPUR, Jan 04: "Naga solution before Nagaland Assembly Election" tag-slogan seems to be in the wane as Election Commission of India (ECI) Friday announced that Assembly Elections in Nagaland will be held before the present tenure expires.
The current Nagaland Assembly term expires on March 18, 2013.

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ANVC(B) to attend tripartite meeting for ‘historic settlement’

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SHILLONG, Jan 04: ANVC(B) has agreed to sit for the tripartite meeting to be held here on Saturday, being dubbed as the ‘historic settlement’ to the troubled ceasefire pact with ANVC.
Agreeing to sit for the ‘historic settlement’ in order to bring peace and growth in Garo Hills in particular and state in general, the Breakaway faction said “We have assured peace to the people, and it is peace we will give.”

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Aggrieved Grade IV passed candidates take to streets

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SHILLONG, Jan 04: Hundreds of deprived and aggrieved Grade IV passed candidates of East Khasi hills district Friday took to the street marching to the Secretariat demanding their legitimate rights to get absorbed in the different vacant posts in the government departments.
Even as government officials attempted to prevent them, the candidates marched their way from Mawkhar to Secretariat with the intention to meet the Chief Secretary to seek clarification on the government’s action in view of their demand for the extension of the list of the passed candidates which are yet to get absorbed into the different vacancies.

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