ENGLISH AUDIO DICTATION PLAYLIST FOR SHORTHAND / STENO EXAM PRACTICE.
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The scrutiny of nomination papers of candidates for the seven Lok Sabha seats in the five states of North Eastern Region will be taken up today. Arunachal Pradesh is having two Parliamentary seats, Meghalaya – two seats, Manipur- one seat, Nagaland – one, and Mizoram-one. In Meghalaya, ten candidates filed their nomination including three Independents for the two Lok Sabha Parliamentary seats. Nagaland is having four candidates.
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The last date for withdrawal will take place on the 26th of this month. In Assam, today is the last day for withdrawal of nomination papers for the first phase of polls. Nomination of 54 candidates have found valid. First phase of polling will be held on 7th of April in five seats. Meanwhile, Election Commission appointed five Awareness Observers have arrived in the state to monitor Systemic Voters Education and Electoral Participation, District administrations have taken all steps to increase voter’s turnout.
In a unique initiative, Darrang district administration is all set to screen a short film for voters1 awareness under SVEEP measures. Darrang Deputy Commissioner M Manibannan said that the 40 minutes movie will highlight on how to vote. In Arunachal Pradesh, Section 144 Cr. PC has been imposed at Koloriang Headquarter of Kurung Kumey district, following election related violence. On Saturday, police fired seven rounds in air after office of the District Electoral Officer, Koloriang was vandalized by supporters of a candidate on the last day of filing nomination. Chief Electoral Officer, Chandra Bhusan Kumar told AIR that even though adequate security forces are available at Koloriang, the Election Commission has dispatched additional forces from nearby Ziro to restore order.
A sum of 76 lakh rupees, allegedly meant to be distributed among voters by different political parties, has teen seized so far from various parte of Arunachal Pradesh. The cash has been seized by the Flying Squads and Static Surveillance teams of the Election Commission, election office sources said in Itanagar yesterday. The teams have also seized four revolvers, four guns, 84 cartridges and 5409 local weapons, besides some vehicles and motorcycles for unauthorised movement. A large volume of liquor has also been seized The teams have also seized 1651 blankets and 245 mobile handsets the sources said.
Nagaland Home Minister Kaito Aye has informed the State Assembly that normalcy has been restored in the troubled torn Rengma Nagas living in Assam’s Karbi Angiong areas and displaced people were ehabilitated in their respective villages.
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The Assam government has sought ten additional companies of central security forces along with 5 unite of Cobra battalion to be deployed in the Bodoland Territorial Area Districts. Assam Home Secretary Mukti Gogoi yesterday said that the Centre has assured to consider the demand. He also said that, the Assam government will soon write to the Centre asking for an NIA inquiry into the recent violence. Home Commissioner G D Tripathi said that two teams from CID will go to Baksa today to expedite the investigation of Narayanguri killings. So far, 22 people have lost their lives in Baksa district alone. IGP, L R Bishnoi said that no fresh incident of violence has been reported during the last 36 hours. He said that around 350 people are taking shelter at a relief camp in Baksa district.
Indefinite curfew is on in Baksa district while it was relaxed for 3 hours yesterday in Kokrajhar and Chirang. The Assam Human Rights Commission has directed the state government to conduct an enquiry into the BTAD violence and submit its report within 45 days. A Single Bench of Tarun Phookan, Member, AHRC, taking suo moto cognizance of media reports regarding the violence, directed the issuance of notice to the Government of Assam through its Chief Secretary to cause an enquiry into the genocide and the related violence.
It has directed for the enquiry to be conducted through a High Level Committee and asked the government to submit the report within 45 days. Bangladesh has agreed to allow India to use its waterways to Ashuganj river port on Meghna, about 37 km from Agartala, for carrying food grains from Kolkata to Tripura. Principal Secretary, Food and Civil Supply department B K Roy told reporters yesterday that the Bangladesh government agreed to a request by the Centre to use its waterways up to Ashuganj port from Kolkata to carry 10,000 metric tonnes of food grains and more than 500 trucks would be engaged in the process.
Mr. Roy added that the distance between Kolkata and Agartala via hilly areas of Assam by surface transport is about 1700 km, which is reduced to 350 km if the movement is through the plains of Bangladesh. Currently, Indian and Bangladesh waterways connect West Bengal and Assam states and Inland Waterways Authority of India and Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority are operating vessels on these routes.