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Mother files complaint against Ganesh Das hospital for infant’s death

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SHILLONG, March 25: A 22 - year old aggrieved mother has filed a police complaint against the Ganesh Das hospital for allegedly being responsible for the death of her new born baby due of negligence during the caesarean operation.
Mondabeka Marngar of Myriaw village in West Khasi hills district filed an FIR with the Additional Superintendent of Police (Crime) on Monday urging the police to exhume the baby and punish the erring doctors and those involved as per law.
In her complaint, Marngar alleged, “There was a gross negligence on the part of the doctors who have conducted the operation on me. They have killed my child due to their negligence.”

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WW-II US warplane wreckage, remains of crew members recovered

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Itanagar, March 25 (PTI): An army patrol has found skeletal remains of crew members from the wreckage of a World War-II US warplane that had crashed in the Lulam Gika hills in East Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh.
Villagers of Keshe Bagang had informed the Army earlier this month about the wreckage and the higher authorities were informed who gave permission to locate it, army sources said on Monday.

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Meghalaya's debt burden doubles in eight years, reaches Rs 5,380 crore

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SHILLONG, March 24: The Congress led Meghalaya government has made provisions of development in the state annual budget but the state’s total debt burden has gradually increased, it has almost doubled in the last eight financial years.
In the financial year 2012-2013, the state’s total debt burden has reached Rs 5,380 crore, which is 29 percent of the Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP), revealed sources from RBI.

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Education Scam: Teachers cry foul over delay in action on Court order

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Tura, March 24: The movement against the Education Scam, which had an all pervading effect on the Meghalaya Government, is now gaining ground with more aggrieved aspirant teachers coming forward to speak out against the delay in justice being given to them.
Mentionably, the teachers had filed a writ petition in the Gauhati High Court due to which a CBI inquiry was undertaken. The findings of the CBI enquiry were submitted to the Court, which found a lot of anomalies on the part of the government in the allocation of teaching posts. The High Court then went ahead and advised the Government to quash the earlier appointments and reappoint those that were deserving of the posts.

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New pope opens Holy Week at Vatican on Palm Sunday

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Vatican City, March 24 (AP): Pope Francis celebrated his first Palm Sunday Mass in St. Peter’s Square, encouraging people to be humble and young at heart, as tens of thousands joyfully waved olive branches and palm fronds.
The square overflowed with some 2,50,000 pilgrims, tourists and Romans eager to join the new pope at the start of solemn Holy Week ceremonies, which lead up to Easter, Christianity’s most important day.

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Yet another Gang Rape in Williamnagar

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Williamnagar, March 24: Williamnagar has witnessed yet another gory gang rape when three – men assaulted and raped a mentally challenged girl.
The girl in question was not only mentally challenged, but also underage. The incident happened on the March 19 last and is the third in a row coming from the town, which is fast turning out to be dangerous for women.

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Wind Distorts Information

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One of the Meghalaya Integrated Information System (MIIS) LED lit information board damaged by the strong winds at the Centenary Point near State Central Library.


 

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