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BJP will break the unity of the country: Bindo

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SHILLONG, Jan 11: Hitting at the BJP, which is gaining footholds in poll-bound Meghalaya, former Deputy Chief Minister and United Democratic Party (UDP) veteran leader Bindo M Lanong on Thursday said the BJP will break the unity of the country and cannot be allowed to remain for long.
“The BJP has to go. They cannot be allowed to remain for long. They will break the unity of India,” Lanong said while addressing an election rally of the UDP here which was attended by thousands of people.

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Woman assaulted by bootleggers at polo

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SHILLONG, Jan 11: The open secret of the city- boot legging of which the Polio bazaar area is the hot spot came to the fore again raising serious questions on the administration and the police as a woman was brutally assaulted on the bridge at around 9.30 PM on Thursday by those involved in the trade and the culprits although named and identified still remain at large.
Currently undergoing treatment at the Shillong Civil Hospital, the woman suffered serious injuries on her face and neck. The victim identified as Sarpaylene Daju has filed an FIR at the Pasteur Beat house in polo.

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Tribal students from Meghalaya present Daivadasakam in Kerala

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SHILLONG, Jan 11: An 18 – member contingent consisting of tribal students from Meghalaya participated in the annual Sivagiri Pilgrimage at Varkala, Kerala from December 31, 2017 to January 1, 2018. The contingent was sponsored by Shillong based sociocultural organization, Sree Narayana Guru Cultural Centre (SNGCC) and was led by its president, MK Mohanan and general secretary, Belbora Wankhar.

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123 students make the LEAP at Ampati

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AMPATI, Jan 11: Students of Ampati Degree College, Ampati Sub-Divisional Higher Secondary School and Ampati Government Higher Secondary School were felicitated at the closing ceremony of a Career Readiness and Life Skills Programme under the LEAP Initiative held at Ampati recently. The programme was sponsored by the Chief Minister’s Career Guidance and Counselling Scheme and implemented by the office of the Deputy Commissioner, South West Garo Hills, Ampati.

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Police registers case against Agnes and Angela

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SHILLONG, Jan 11: Police on Thursday registered a case against CSWO President Agnes Kharshiing and TUR member Angela Rangad. The case is in relation to falsely accusing former MLA Sanbor Shullai of nepotism by using his position to employ his family members in Meghalaya Legislative Assembly Secretariat.
The case has been registered under Section 182 which deals with false information, with intent to cause public servant to use his lawful power to the injury of another person and Section 500 which deals with criminal defamation.

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