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JAC begins ‘total non cooperation movement’ against NEHU VC

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SHILLONG, May 30: NEHU staffs under the banner of Joint Action Committee (JAC) have decided to hold ‘total non cooperation movement’ against the University Vice – Chancellor (VC) starting from Thursday itself until their demands are met.
Teachers under NEHUTA and non- teaching staffs under NEHUNSA, jointly under the JAC, on Thursday had staged protest by wearing black badges to oppose against VC, Prof AN Rai, for dishonouring the agreement signed with them earlier on May 17 last.

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Goyal orders magisterial inquiry into non supply of PDS commodities

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SHILLONG, May 30: East Khasi hills Deputy Commissioner Sanjay Goyal has ordered a magisterial enquiry into complaints of non supply of the PDS commodities in parts of the district even as he informed that non supply of PDS sugar is due to non- availability of sugar with FCI.

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HANM-EJH calls for two – day road blockade

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SHILLONG, May 30: Considering the step motherly treatment of the government towards road repairing of the National Highway (NH) 44, the HANM khliehriat Cirlce along with HANM-East Jaintia Hills (EJH) has called for two – day road blockade, on June 7 and 8, from around 7 pm till 5am which will be held all over the East Jaintia hills, including 7 other villages such as Moolamanoh, Moolang, Musiang and others.

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ASWA puts forth 11-point charter of demands to government

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SHILLONG, May 30: The Garo populace residing in West Khasi Hills district under the banner of A’chik Student’s Welfare Association (ASWA) on Monday expressed that the area they have been residing over the years has been neglected by the government.
In a letter submitted to the State Chief Minister, Dr. Mukul Sangma, ASWA expressed dissatisfaction and urged the state government to create a civil sub-division, C&RD block, re-open border-haats and set up a police station besides other demands as part of their 11 – point charter of demands.

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JCILPS to forbid visiting of non-locals in Manipur

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IMPHAL, May 30: From June 01 no non-locals will be allowed to enter Manipur either by surface transport or by air and this agitation will continue for 5 days. From June 06 till June 10 movements of non-locals in streets and neighborhood will be restricted.
Non-locals here mean the people from mainland India.

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