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Meghalaya to spend Rs 5K cr on tourism to create 50K jobs

Shillong, June 14 (UNI) Chief Minister Conrad Sangma on Friday said that the state government will spend Rs 5,000 crore in tourism sector which will create 50,000 jobs in Meghalaya.

With Rs 1,500 crore investment in the IT sector, the government is aiming to generate 20,000 jobs for the youth, Sangma said and urged the youth to be a part of the economic growth of the country.
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Three more arrested in murder case of father of VIP chief

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Darbhanga, July 19 (UNI) Three more people were arrested on Friday in connection with the murder of Jeetan Sahni, father of Mukesh Sahni who is chief of VIP, a constituent of the INDIA bloc.

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Nadda urges Odisha BJP leaders to connect with people

Nadda urges Odisha BJP leaders to connect with people

19 Jul 2024 | 11:57 PM

Puri, July 19 (UNI) BJP President J P Nadda on Friday urged the party leaders in Odisha to strengthen the organisation, connect with the people and bring the common man’s problems to the notice of the government.

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Law and order top priority of my government: Bihar CM

19 Jul 2024 | 11:27 PM

Patna, July 19 (UNI) Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday reviewed the law and order situation in the state and directed civil and police administration to ensure the protection of life and property at any cost.

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Law and order top priority of my government: Bihar CM

Law and order top priority of my government: Bihar CM

19 Jul 2024 | 11:24 PM

Patna, July 19 (UNI) Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday reviewed the law and order situation in the state and directed civil and police administration to ensure the protection of life and property at any cost.

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Nobody has right to check papers of migrant workers, asserts Meghalaya CM

19 Jul 2024 | 10:39 PM

Shillong, July 19 (UNI) Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma reiterated on Friday that “nobody has the right to check” the papers of migrant workers in the state, except law-enforcing agencies, even as the Khasi Students’ Union (KSU) maintained that it would continue to check the documents of workers who have come from outside the state.

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