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CTE Rongkhon celebrates its 31st Foundation Day

The College of Teacher Education, Rongkhon, Tura was established in the year 1993 and since its inception has been catering to the needs of the different districts of Meghalaya and Garo Hills in particular as well as other states of India.

PM Modi puts Assam’s Gamosa again at global forefront, Sonowal expresses gratitude

The "Gamosa" or "Gamocha" is a handwoven rectangular cotton piece of cloth with red borders and different designs and motifs.

Meghalaya marks 10th International Yoga Day with yoga sessions in schools, military bases

Along with the rest of the world, Meghalaya celebrated the 10th International Yoga Day (IYD) with Yoga sessions at various schools along with security forces like BSF and IAF holding sessions at their bases in the State.

Assam: Guv Kataria and CM Sarma lead 10th International Yoga Day celebrations

Governor Kataria, accompanied by state finance minister Ajanta Neog, was the chief guest at the International Yoga Day event at Tarun Ram Phukn Indoor Stadium in Guwahati. The event was organized by the Kamrup (Metro) district administration.

Arunachal Pradesh: Two children die, 19 fall ill in Diarrhoea outbreak in Konsa

A severe diarrhoea outbreak in Konsa, a remote village near the Indo-Myanmar border in Arunachal Pradesh's Longding district, has claimed the lives of two children and left at least 19 others ill.

Tripura: CM Manik Saha orders termination of warden, caretaker after 20 students fall ill after consuming meal

Tripura chief minister Manik Saha instructed the authorities to terminate the warden and caretaker of the hostel following the incident of 20 girls student falling ill at school after consuming the meal on Thursday.

BSF troops gherao Umkiang police post, force release of summoned jawans amid tensions

Border Security Force (BSF) personnel on Thursday afternoon reportedly stormed and gheraoed the Umkiang Police Patrolling Post in East Jaintia Hills to forcefully release three of their summoned jawans.

Tripura: 20 girls hospitalized after having hostel meal, probe ordered

According to officials, the students of Bodhjung Girls' Higher secondary school were hospitalised after they complained of severe stomach ache and chest pain.

Arunachal: Dy CM Mein pledges equitable & sustainable development for ‘Viksit Arunachal’

Mein made the announcement while inaugurating the District Emporium in Namsai in his maiden visit to the home district after being sworn in as the deputy chief minister of the state for the fourth consecutive time.

Rains and boulder trucks make hellish combination for people of Bhaitbari in Garo Hills plains

People living in the Bhaitari area of the Rajabala-Phulbari plains in West Garo Hills are experiencing chaotic scenes navigating the pothole ridden main road to commute owing to the continuous plying of trucks laden with boulders from Bhutan that has turned the highway into a nightmare for commuters.

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