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Meghalaya spends over Rs. 2000 crore annually in Education sector

Mendipathar (Meghalaya), Nov 17 (UNI) Chief Minister Conrad Sangma on Wednesday said that the State Government has been spending over Rs. 2000 crore annually in the education sector, but said
that it was still not enough.
“One of the highest percentage of expenditure goes towards the education sector. This year itself
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Former VP Hamid Ansaris' statement at IAMC unfortunate & unbearable: BJP

27 Jan 2022 | 11:46 PM

Patna, Jan 27 (UNI) Irked at the statement of the former Vice-President Hamid Ansari over "Hindu Nationalism" given during an event of Indian American Muslim Council (IAMC), the BJP on Thursday termed it as unfortunate which the Nation can not tolerate.

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Sikkim educational institutions to reopen from Feb 1

27 Jan 2022 | 11:15 PM

Gangtok, Jan 27 (UNI) All educational Institutes in Sikkim will reopen from February 1, the state government announced here on Thursday.

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Andaman MP demands Port Blair-Rangat ferry services

27 Jan 2022 | 10:23 PM

Port Blair, Jan 27 (UNI) The lone Member of Parliament of Andaman and Nicobar Islands Kuldeep Rai Sharma on Thursday demanded resumption of the connecting ferry ‘Line-Boat’ between Port Blair and Rangat via Shaheed Dweep, Swaraj Dweep and Long Island, twice a week.

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Nitish directs for speedy completion of road projects

27 Jan 2022 | 9:56 PM

Patna, Jan 27 (UNI) Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday instructed the authorities concerned for speedy completion of the projects related to construction of roads saying that
it would provide better commuting facilities to the people of the state.

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EC to monitor transportation of cash, goods in Manipur

27 Jan 2022 | 9:52 PM

Imphal, Jan 27 (UNI) The Election Commission (EC) on Thursday said carrying any unexplained cash above Rs. 50,000/- will be subjected to seizure and the same can be released only after giving proof that it has nothing to do with the coming Assembly election.

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