Daily Archives: 3 April

Massive rain storm hits Meghalaya badly; Hailstorms damage more than 2,000 houses!

SHILLONG, April 3: Hundreds of houses were damaged when heavy rains accompanied with hailstones and strong winds lashed Meghalaya, an official here said on Monday. Several rooftops were blown away and houses were damaged by the hailstones. Many trees and ...Read More

Aquaculture in Meghalaya: The next door solution towards the Global Seafood Crisis

TURA, March 3: Chief Minister Dr. Mukul Sangma has said that schemes under Fisheries sector would be made demand-driven so that there would be no room for spoon feeding and announced a Special Expansion Scheme to all committed farmers to ...Read More

Yoga guru Baba Ramdev says ‘Assam can be the top state in next five years’

GUWAHATI, April 3: Yoga guru Ramdev today committed to work along with the state government for development of Assam. Addressing a public gathering at the main venue of 'Namami Brahmaputra' here, Ramdev said, "Assam has all the qualities and history ...Read More

Tripura Governor says ‘Misguided’ students will turn radical if not educated properly

Agartala, April 3: Tripura Governor Tathagata Roy on Monday said a section of young students were falling prey to radicalism as they are being misguided by "centrifugal forces" attempting to split the nation and stressed proper education and awareness against ...Read More

Assam: 27 Govt officials suspended over corruption; CM demands strict action

Guwahati, March 3: Taking strong cognizance of findings of corruption cases and massive financial irregularities in Directorate of Economics and Statistics in the state, Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Monday issued direction to the departmental officials to take stern ...Read More

Meghalaya: NGOs rally in support of Garo Customary Law Bill

TURA, Apr 3: Drawing flak from various quarters, since the codification of Garo Customary Law (GCL) Bill passed by the National People's Party led EC. Various NGOs of East Garo Hills, which included the GSU, FAF, AIGU, ICFS and AAYF came ...Read More

Meghalaya: Elephant herd destroys three houses in South Garo Hills

TURA, April 3: Man-animal conflict in the region has once escalated leaving local population vulnerable to the havoc of nature. Three houses in the village of Dalupara in South Garo Hills were completely damaged after a herd of wild elephants ...Read More

Assam: 4 killed as massive storm slams the state

Assam, March 3: At least four persons are feared dead while hundreds of houses and other property have been damaged across Assam as thunderstorm and heavy rains lashed the state over the last few days. Official sources said here today ...Read More

Meghalaya: Citizens to benefit from enhanced version of MHIS Phase III

Shillong, April 3, 2017: Government of Meghalaya with ongoing support from the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare signed an agreement with New India Assurance Company Limited, a general insurance company in India, to roll out the enhanced phase-3 ...Read More