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The first-ever motorable suspension bridge constructed over Rongkhai river at Kodaldhowa in South West Garo Hills of Meghalaya was inaugurated by State Chief Minister Dr Mukul Sangma on Tuesday. – UB
Chakmas, Hajongs to get limited citizenship
NEW DELHI, Sept 13 - In what could spark trouble in the Northeast, the Centre has decided to grant limited citizenship to nearly one lakh Chakma and Hajong refugees living in Arunachal Pradesh. ...

India ranks 103 on Global Human Index
NEW YORK, Sept 13 - India has been placed at a low 103 rank, the lowest among BRICS economies, on the WEF’s Global Human Capital Index, which has been topped by Norway. ...

Modi-Abe talks today
NEW DELHI, Sept 13 - Boosting cooperation in defence and security is likely to be a major focus area when Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe hold the annual summit talks tomorrow in Gandhinagar in Gujarat. ...

Rijiju slams attempts to brand India as ‘villain’
NEW DELHI, Sept 13 - Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju today slammed attempts to brand India as a “villain” on the Rohingya refugee issue, saying it was a “calibrated design” to tarnish the country’s image. ...

Red sandalwood seized in Shillong
SHILLONG, Sept 13 - A joint team of Customs Shillong-Silchar and BSF today seized 110 Red sandalwood (Pterocarpus santalinus) logs weighing 2,409 kg on the Silchar-Mizoram National Highway. ...

Mizoram Guv worried over melting of Himalayan glaciers
AIZAWL, Sept 13 - Mizoram Governor Lt Gen Nirbhay Sharma (Retd) today expressed concern over the melting of Himalayan glaciers. ...

Satellite-based Information Kiosk inaugurated at NEC
SHILLONG, Sept 13 - A Satellite-based Information Kiosk (SBIK) developed by North Eastern Space Applications Centre (NESAC) was inaugurated at North Eastern Council (NEC) headquarters here on Tuesday. ...

Media houses need to register with GST
IMPHAL, Sept 13 - Media houses in Manipur have to register with Goods & Services Tax (GST) to avoid penalty. Under GST, a registered media firm has to file GST returns. If the media houses fail to do so, penalty can be imposed on them. This was state ...

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