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60,000 households to spearhead Waste Management efforts in city

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NERCCDIP to revitalize State Waste Management policies
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SHILLONG, March 19: Over 60, 000 households in Shillong have been identified by the state government for implementation of the North Eastern Region Capital City Development Investment Programme (NERCCDIP) ensuring better “waste-management”.
These households have been identified with the intension of distributing waste bins.  “We have already targeted 60,000 households which will be distributed with bins in the second trench of the NERCCDIP,” State Urban Affairs Minister, Ampareen Lyngdoh said in her reply to a query raised by UDP legislator from Nongthymmai Jemino Mawthoh during the Question Hour at the ongoing Budget Session here on Tuesday.

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Ardent asks Ampareen to behave responsibly

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Shillong, March 19: HSPDP legislator from Nongkrem, Ardent M Basaiawmoit on Tuesday asked Urban Affairs Minister Dr Ampareen Lyngdoh to behave responsibly when she indirectly alleged people from Nongkrem to have littered along the beautiful streams of the area.

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City streets are not racing tracks: ASP Traffic

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SHILLONG, March 18: After receiving several complaints from different localities and areas, regarding young bloods treating city streets as ‘race tracks’ the Shillong traffic police have decided to clamp down on rash riders who zoom and stunt around in the streets scaring innocent pedestrians and causing danger.

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Yet another legislator affirms Govt – militant nexus

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GNC legislator from Chokpot , Clifford Marak taking part at the debate on Governor's address during the ongoing Budget Session

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SHILLONG, March 18: Lone Garo National Council (GNC) legislator in 9th Meghalaya Legislative Assembly on Monday accused the Congress – led Meghalaya United Alliance (MUA) – II of having nexus with militant outfits and taking their help during the recently concluded State Assembly elections.
GNC legislator from Chokpot, Clifford Marak, while participating in the debate on the Governor’s address during the ongoing Budget Session here on Monday, created controversy claiming that the MUA – II Government is having nexus with the militant outfit – A’chik National Volunteer Council - Breakaway.

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Get better marks with stones

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Shillong, March 19: Independent legislator from Gambegre in West Garo Hills Saleng A Sangma on Tuesday said there is a school in his constituency where the teacher asks students to collect stones.
“The more the stones, the better marks the students get,” he said on the Floor of the House while participating in the motion moved by NPP legislator Nihim D Shira on ‘style and functioning of education department in the state of Meghalaya’ during the ongoing Budget Session on Tuesday.

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Breath Analyzers a success in checking DUIs

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SHILLONG, March 19: The system of introducing the Japanese made device – ‘Hand Held Breath Alcohol Analyzer’ to check driving under influence(DUI) has yielded results with five people being booked till date since its introduction from March 06.

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UDP demands reduction in wine-store license issuance

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SHILLONG, March 18: Opposition United Democratic Party (UDP) has urged the State government to reduce issuing of license for wine-stores in the state and ensure that they are not located near educational or religious institutions.
Participating in the debate on Governor’s address during the ongoing Budget Session here on Monday, UDP legislator from Sohra, Titos Chyne said, “Government needs to reduce issuing license to wine-stores in the state especially in the capital city.”

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