SHILLONG, Dec 03: Reacting on specific inputs, the Border Security Force (BSF) deployed in South West Garo Hills on Sunday apprehended two Bangladeshi Phensedyl smugglers, while they were trying to exfiltrate from India to Bangladesh.
According to BSF officials, the apprehended persons have been identified as Md Habiulla Hosain (19) and Md Shohal Rana (22) both from Bangladesh.
Shillong, Dec 01: Central Ground Water Board, North Eastern Region, Ministry of Water Resources, Government of India Guwahati and Rajiv Gandhi National Ground Water Training and Research Institute, Government of India Raipur is organizing a Week long Training Course from December 3 on Aquifer Information System and Aquifer Management Plan, at Seminar Hall, Meghalaya State Government Agriculture Department Complex, Cleve Colony, Dhankheti, Shillong.
Shillong, Dec 01: The Meghalaya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) on Friday constituted the Shillong City Congress Election Co-ordination Committee (SCCECC).
Meghalaya Speaker and SCCC President, Charles Pyngrope was appointed as the Chairman.
Ampareen Lyngdoh, Founder S Cajee, AL Hek, Roshan Warjri and Mohendro Rapsang were appointed as members.
MPCC General Secretary Sanjay Das was appointed as the Convener, while James S. Lyngdoh was appointed as Member Secretary.
Shillong, Nov 30: The Deputy Commissioner, West Khasi Hills District, Nongstoin, Deputy Commissioner, South West Khasi Hills District, Mawkyrwat, and Sub-Divisional Officer (civil), Mairang and Extra Assistant Comissioner , in – charge Mawshynrut, Administrative Unit has informed that all principal Employers and Contractors employing Inter-State Migrant Workmen five and above in Meghalaya are invited to section 4,6 and 8 of the Inter-State Migrant Workmen (Regulation of Employment and Condition of Service) Act,1979 for Registering and obtaining of License respectively from the Labour Commissioner, Meghalaya, Shillong the Deputy Commissioner, Sub-Divisional Officer of the mentioned districts and Sub-Divisions.
SHILLONG, Nov 29: Addressing the valedictory function of the ‘induction training for the Meghalaya Civil Service (MCS) probationers of 2012 batch’ conducted by the Meghalaya Administrative Training Institute (MATI) held here on Thursday, Chief Minister Dr Mukul Sangma asserted that the issue of governance needs to be addressed which is a key to progress and growth of the state while taking note that corruption is the most crucial issue.
He also stressed on the importance for the government to make more ‘investment’ in up-scaling its machineries for making ‘governance’ more effective even as he added that there will be no space for ‘corruption’ in the system.