Tura

  • Heavy rains cause damage in Tura
    Newmai News Network Tura | September 6  Heavy rains in Tura on Saturday and Sunday have resulted in several streams flowing at dangerous levels and reports of damages to road and property.  Rains lashed the region persistently throughout the last 24 hours with a let up only this afternoon. Streams flowing through the town were all above danger levels and many places in Tura saw waters flowing at rapid speeds through the streets. Places like Babupara Ghat, Gandrak
  • GSMC opposed to relocation of DDK – Tura
    Newmai News Network Tura | July 28 The Garoland State Movement Committee (GSMC) has written to Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday opposing the move of the Minister to shut down the Doordarshan Kendra (DDK) – Tura and relocate the same to Shillong. The Tura DDK station is a full-fledged station in its own right with the GSMC calling the move akin to relegating the station to the status of just a program production centre. “
  • Rivers in Garo Hills flowing close to danger mark
    Newmai News Network Tura | July 12 Extremely heavy rains across the Garo Hills region have left many parts of the area inundated with most rivers either flowing over the danger mark or about to breach their banks. Incessant rainfall over the past three days had already raised alarm bells for the region with things taking a turn for the worse after last night’s heavy downpour.   Roads in many areas, including Tura, areas near Selsella in West Garo Hills, Dobu in E
  • Incessant rains batter Garo Hills
    Newmai News Network Tura | May 24    Many sections of Garo Hills in Meghalaya are now disconnected from other parts of the State after incessant rains led to many sections of roads in the area being washed away. Rains have continued for the fourth day since the super cyclone Amphan made landfall a few days ago. While the rains relented in the first two days, since the evening of the May 23, there has been no let up leading to a copious increase in the amounts of
  • Incessant rains batter Garo Hills
    Newmai News Network Tura | May 24    Many sections of Garo Hills in Meghalaya are now disconnected from other parts of the State after incessant rains led to many sections of roads in the area being washed away. Rains have continued for the fourth day since the super cyclone Amphan made landfall a few days ago. While the rains relented in the first two days, since the evening of the May 23, there has been no let up leading to a copious increase in the amounts of