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Congress candidates for Meghalaya Assembly Elections 2013

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No.   Name of Constituency    Candidates selected    
1         Nartiang - ST                 Sniawbhalang Dhar    
2         Jowai - ST                     Dr. Roytre Christopher Laloo    
3         Raliang - ST                   Coming One Ymbon    
4         Mowkaiaw - ST              Qually Suiam    
5         Sutnga -Saipung - ST      Shitlang Pale    
6         Khliehriat - ST                Amos Dkhar    
7         Amlarem - ST                Lahkmen Rymbui    
8         Mawhati - ST                 Phingwel Muktieh    
9          Nongpoh - ST               Dr. D. D. Lapang    
10         Jirang - ST                   Barnabas Nongbah    
11         Umsning - ST               Dr. Celestine Lyngdoh    
12         Umroi - ST                   Ngaitlang Dhar    
13,         Mawryngkneng - ST     Pynehborlang Mukhim    
14         Pynthorumkhrah           A.L. Hek    
15         Mawlai - ST                  Founder S. Cajee    
16         East Shillong - ST         Ms. M. Ampareen Lyngdoh    
17         North Shillong - ST       Smt. Roshan Warjri    
18         West Shillong              Mohendro Rapsang    
19         South Shillong             Manas Chaudhuri    
20         Mylliem - ST                Ronnie V. Lyngdoh    
21         Nongthymmai - ST       Charles Pyngrope    
22         Nongkrem - ST            Lambor Malngiang    
23         Sohing - ST                 H. Donkupar R. Lyngdoh    
24         Mawphlang - ST           Kennedy Cornelius Khyriem    
25         Mawsynram - ST           Pynshngainlang N. Syiem    
26         Shella - ST                   Jropsingh Nongkhlaw    
27         Pynursla - ST               Prestone Tynsong    
28         Sohra - ST                  Dr. Phlour W. Khongjee
29         Mawkynrew - ST          Drosing Khongjoh    
30         Mairang - ST                Smt. Eureka F.P. Lyngdoh    
31         Mawthadraishan - ST     Boldness L. Nongum    
32         Nongstoin - ST             Dr Adviser Pariong
33         Rambrai Jyrngam - ST    Kingford Kharsyntiew
34         Mawshynrut - ST          Methodius Dkhar
35         Ranikor - ST                 Martin M. Danggo
36         Mawkyrwat - ST           Rowell Lyngdoh
37         Kharkutta - ST             Cherak W. Momin
38         Mendipathar - ST          Frankenstein Momin
39         Resubelpara - ST           Salseng C. Marak
40         Bajengdoba - ST           Adolf Lu Hitler R. Marak
41         Songsak - ST                Tonsing N. Marak
42         Rongjeng - ST              Sengnam Marak
43         William Nagar - ST         Smt. Deborah C. Marak
44         Raksamgre - ST            Limison D. Sangma
45         Tikrikila - ST                 Rahinath Barchung
46         Phulbari                       Abu Taher Mondal
47         Rajabala                      Sayeedullah Nongrum
48         Selsella - ST                Clement Marak
49         Dadenggre - ST           Purno K. Sangma
50         North Tura - ST           Noverfield R. Marak
51         South Tura - ST           Billykid A. Sangma
52         Rangsakona - ST           Zenith M. Sangma
53         Ampati - ST                Dr. Mukul M. Sangma
54         Mahendraganj - ST      Smt. Dikkanchi D. Shira
55         Salmanpara - ST          Winnerson D. Sangma
56         Gambegre - ST           Besterfield N. Sangma
57         Dalu - ST                    Kenethson R. Sangma
58         Rangara Siju - ST         Francis Pondit R. Sangma
59         Chokpot - ST              Smt. Arlene M.N. Sangma
60         Baghmara - ST            Lazarus M. Sangma


 

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Congress Battalion for 2013 polls revealed

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Five Legislators dropped; 6 female candidates given ticket; Salseng C Marak to stage comeback

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SHILLONG, Jan 06: The much awaited list of Indian National Congress (INC) candidates for the upcoming Meghalaya Assembly Elections 2013 was released here on Sunday.
The names of the 60 candidates to be fielded by INC in Meghalaya were declared after AICC deliberated on them for one and a half month.

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15,000 khol players of Assam set new record

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Guwahati, Jan 06: 15,000 khol (a traditional percussion instrument of Assam introduced by Mahapurusha Srimanta Sankardeva) players of Assam on Sunday made a history by entering the name of State in India’s Book of Records for largest khol playing ensemble.
Srimanta Sankardeva Sangha, the organizer now eyes to mention it in Guinness Book of Records.

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MEPAD demands inclusiveness in upcoming Meghalaya polls

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SHILLONG, Jan 06: Aggrieved with the discrimination meted out to People with Disability (PWD)s during the elections in exercising their franchise, the Meghalaya Parents’ Association for Disabled (MEPAD) Sunday asked the state Election department to issue clear mandate to ensure ‘zero tolerance’ on this discrimination.
MEPAD secretary, Belbora Wankhar said, “We want the State election commission to take steps to ensure zero tolerance to the discrimination being faced by people with disabilities particularly by the severely and profound mentally challenged persons in exercising of their voting rights during this election year of the National Voters’ Day,”.

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KSU wants enhanced powers for KHADC and JHADC too

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SHILLONG, Jan 06: With the Centre agreeing to expand the powers of the district council in Garo hills region as demanded by ANVC in the tripartite meeting here on Saturday, Khasi Students’ Union (KSU) Sunday said the Centre should also similarly empower the two other district councils (KHADC and JHADC) in the state.
However, the Union stressed that the process should be dealt according to the needs of the respective Councils.
“We want the Centre to also look into and address the various loopholes in the present laws of the other two existing district council of Khasi and Jaintia hills region,” KSU president, Daniel Khyriem said here.

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