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�Smokie� to perform in Shillong next month

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SHILLONG, Nov 14 � Famed English rock band Smokie will perform live here early next month to help raise scholarship money for children whose parents died battling militants in the jungles of Garo Hills and for the September 24 flash flood

victims.

The band, which will perform at the Hornbill Festival in Nagaland, will take the stage here on December 5 to help raise funds for the two causes, a spokesperson of the organiser Police Officers Wives association for Care (POWAC) said.

The Art and Culture department would collaborate to help raise money for Chief Minister�s Relief Fund for the September 24 flashflood victims in Garo Hills region which claimed over 64 lives.

Meghalaya�s Garo Hills region is one of the conflict zones in the North East with militant outfits mushrooming and engaging themselves in gun fire with security forces almost on a daily basis.

Last year, nine Meghalaya police personnel had died while on duty and their school going children need support, the official said. � PTI

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�Smokie� to perform in Shillong next month

SHILLONG, Nov 14 � Famed English rock band Smokie will perform live here early next month to help raise scholarship money for children whose parents died battling militants in the jungles of Garo Hills and for the September 24 flash flood

victims.

The band, which will perform at the Hornbill Festival in Nagaland, will take the stage here on December 5 to help raise funds for the two causes, a spokesperson of the organiser Police Officers Wives association for Care (POWAC) said.

The Art and Culture department would collaborate to help raise money for Chief Minister�s Relief Fund for the September 24 flashflood victims in Garo Hills region which claimed over 64 lives.

Meghalaya�s Garo Hills region is one of the conflict zones in the North East with militant outfits mushrooming and engaging themselves in gun fire with security forces almost on a daily basis.

Last year, nine Meghalaya police personnel had died while on duty and their school going children need support, the official said. � PTI

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