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Meghalaya Govt decides to enhance secretarial assistance provided to retired judges

The State Cabinet Thursday approved the proposal for increasing the amount of secretarial assistance provided to retired judges.

Meghalaya Govt to constitute committee to prevent unfortunate incidents along Indo-Bangla border

The decision was taken at a meeting held with the State police and the Border Security Force (BSF) following the alleged harassment of a veterinary officer by the BSF.

Meghalaya Govt approves amendment of Telecom Infrastructure Policy

The State Cabinet on Friday approved the amendment of the Meghalaya Telecom Infrastructure Policy (MTIP).

Meghalaya Govt increases contingency fund from Rs 500 cr to Rs 1000 cr

The State Cabinet on Friday approved the Contingency Fund of Meghalaya (Amendment) Ordinance, 2024 for increasing the contingency fund to Rs 1000 crore.

Meghalaya Govt awaits Centre’s decision on medical students affected by Manipur crisis

Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma on Wednesday said the State government is waiting for a positive response from the Centre with regards to the medical students from Meghalaya, who are affected due to the situation in Manipur.

Meghalaya Govt approves rules, fares for taxi aggregators, bike taxis

The state Cabinet on Tuesday approved the Meghalaya Taxi Aggregator Operational Rules to regulate the two-wheeler taxi aggregators operating in the state.

In bid to boost tourism, Meghalaya Govt to fund 1,000 homestays annually

In order to give a further boost to the tourism sector, Lyngdoh also announced the government’s decision to bring some of the major projects which include Orchid Lake Resort, Polo Orchid Shillong under the joint venture mode and said there will be signing of agreement between the government and private players based on their expertise in hospitality and tourism.

Meghalaya govt takes action against illegal coke plants, dismantles 3 plants

In a press statement, Joint Secretary to the Government of Meghalaya in-charge Forest and Environment Department, said action had already been initiated against the illegal coke plats in December 2022 by shutting down the illegal plants and initiate the process of dismantling the bee-hive coke ovens to ensure that they do not become operational again.

M’laya and NTPC sign MoUs to boost power infrastructure, augment green and clean energy

This MOU aims at taking Meghalaya ahead in green and clean energy and at the same time aiming at self sufficiency in power generation.

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