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There are no Muslim or Christian terrorists: Dalai Lama

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IMPHAL, Oct 18 (IANS): There are no Muslim or Christian terrorists because terrorists are no more religious once they embrace terror, Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama said on Wednesday.
“People cease to be Muslim, Christian or any group the moment they became terrorists,” the Dalai Lama said at a public reception here on the second day of a three-day visit to Manipur.

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41 lakhs goes missing from Tura ATM, inside job suspected

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TURA, Oct 18: The town of Tura woke up to another shock when Rupees 41 lakh rupees went missing from the SBI Tura Super Market ATM early on Wednesday morning.
Incidentally on Tuesday, two criminals (including a minor) were taken into custody from near Phulabri while they were making off with Rupees 25 lakhs stolen from a bank manager from Tura.

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Perps meticulously planned Tura cash looting case: Police

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TURA, Oct 18: The sensational bust of a gang that stole Rs 25 lakhs from a bank manager saw more development with sources revealing the role of two more members allegedly of the same gang. Two more members, who were allegedly present at the branch and relayed information to the perpetrators of the crime, were able to get away as the police were chasing the group that stole the money.

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BJP’s antics burning the country: Lanong

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SHILLONG, Oct 18: Senior UDP leader Bindo M Lanong on Wednesday said that the entire country is burning due to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) antics like trying to rewrite the history of the century old Taj Mahal. He also said that there is a serious dearth of leadership in the saffron brigade.

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Reckless driving leads to undoing of smugglers

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SHILLONG, Oct 18: Wednesday was an unfortunate day for suspected smugglers who were driving on the wrong side of the road and were stopped for the traffic violation.
A home guard personnel had flagged down the erring Bolero SUV on Wednesday morning near a petrol pump at Mawblei because the driver was driving on the wrong side of the road. Upon seeing the home guard, three persons including a woman immediately came out of the vehicle and start running away which in the process one of them who was carrying a bag was apprehended.

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Meghalaya’s roads no worse than those in Switzerland: Pala

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SHILLONG, Oct 18: Shillong MP, Vincent Pala made an interesting statement on Tuesday wherein he said that the roads in Meghalaya are no better off than those he has seen in Switzerland.
“I have been to Switzerland and other European countries and let me tell you that when you travel the West Khasi Hills roads, it feels like Switzerland and no country has better roads than us,” Pala said.

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MeECL’s casual employees demand equal pay for equal work

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SHILLONG, Oct 18: With the regularization of their services still lying pending, casual workers of the Meghalaya Energy Corporation Limited (MeECL) have demanded that the state government directs MeECL to ensure that they are given salaries equal to their counterparts who have had their services regularized.

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