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Situation remains tense in Meghalaya as toll in clashes over CAA rises to three; curfew lifted in parts of Shillong
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Situation remains tense in Meghalaya as toll in clashes over CAA rises to three; curfew lifted in parts of Shillong

Clashes broke out between KSU and non-tribals during anti-CAA rally demanding implementation of ILP at Ichamati

'Exempt Meghalaya from CAA'; Conrad Sangma tells BJP, urges Centre to protect indigenous communities of Northeast
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'Exempt Meghalaya from CAA'; Conrad Sangma tells BJP, urges Centre to protect indigenous communities of Northeast

'We demand a full exemption for our state (from CAA) and similar measures for Assam as well', said Meghalaya chief minister Conrad K Sangma

Internet restored in Meghalaya after eight days, services were banned on 12 Dec in wake of violent anti-CAA protests
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Internet restored in Meghalaya after eight days, services were banned on 12 Dec in wake of violent anti-CAA protests

Chief minister Conrad K Sangma reviewed the law and order situation in the state with senior home department officials and issued instructions for restoring mobile internet and messaging services in the state

64 year-old Meghalaya Assembly Speaker Donkupar Roy passes away at hospital in Gurugram after brief illness
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64 year-old Meghalaya Assembly Speaker Donkupar Roy passes away at hospital in Gurugram after brief illness

Meghalaya Assembly Speaker Donkupar Roy passed away on Sunday at a hospital in Gurugram following a brief illness, officials said, he was 64.

Meghalaya Cabinet approves draft water policy; urges conservation of resource in state
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Meghalaya Cabinet approves draft water policy; urges conservation of resource in state

The Meghalaya Cabinet has approved a draft water policy to address water usage and issues of conservation and protection of water sources in the state.

10 North East political parties, JD(U) oppose Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 'in one voice' after meeting in Guwahati
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10 North East political parties, JD(U) oppose Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 'in one voice' after meeting in Guwahati

A meeting among representatives of ten political parties of the northeast along with the Janata Dal (United) at Guwahati, unanimously decided that the parties would oppose the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, Meghalaya chief minister Conrad Sangma said.

Citizenship (Amendment) Bill: AGP, NPP to host North East regional party meet today on proposed legislation; BJP allies likely to attend
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Citizenship (Amendment) Bill: AGP, NPP to host North East regional party meet today on proposed legislation; BJP allies likely to attend

Regional parties across the Northeast which are in alliance with the BJP will meet in Guwahati to discuss the controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill.

After Indian Navy, Meghalaya suspends ops to retrieve body of miner; CM Conrad Sangma calls it 'impossible task
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After Indian Navy, Meghalaya suspends ops to retrieve body of miner; CM Conrad Sangma calls it 'impossible task

Operation spokesperson R Susngi on the other hand informed that the district authorities were waiting for the family members of another seven Meghalaya miners hailing from Rajabala area in West Garo Hills district to identify the miner.

Conrad K Sangma-led delegation to meet Narendra Modi in New Delhi tomorrow over 'unhappiness' with Citizenship (Amendment) Bill
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Conrad K Sangma-led delegation to meet Narendra Modi in New Delhi tomorrow over 'unhappiness' with Citizenship (Amendment) Bill

Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma will lead a delegation, including members from the BJP, to New Delhi on Thursday to air its opposition against the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016, a senior state minister said on Wednesday.

15 days on, Meghalaya miners stuck in rat-hole coal mine: Conflicting claims on when state sought Coal India's help sparks row
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15 days on, Meghalaya miners stuck in rat-hole coal mine: Conflicting claims on when state sought Coal India's help sparks row

The fate of 15 miners trapped inside an illegal coal mine in Meghalaya’s East Jaintia Hills district is still unknown.

Time running out for trapped miners, hope Coal India Ltd acts on our plea for special pumps, says Meghalaya CM
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Time running out for trapped miners, hope Coal India Ltd acts on our plea for special pumps, says Meghalaya CM

The miners were trapped after water from the nearby Lytein river gushed into the illegal rat-hole mine at Ksan area in Lumthari village.

Amritsar mining engineer, who rescued 64 from West Bengal flooded quarry in 1989, to help trace Meghalaya miners
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Amritsar mining engineer, who rescued 64 from West Bengal flooded quarry in 1989, to help trace Meghalaya miners

Over a dozen miners were reportedly trapped on 13 December after water from nearby Lytein river gushed into the illegal coal pit in Meghalaya. All efforts made by the district authorities to trace them have turned futile over the past seven days

13 miners still trapped in flooded mine in Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills; operation in-charge absconding
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13 miners still trapped in flooded mine in Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills; operation in-charge absconding

Thirteen people remain trapped in a flooded illegal mine in Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills district even a day after the incident as efforts to pump out water, which has been continuing since Thursday, failed to yield any result.

Meghalaya bypolls: MDA ties up with NPP, UDP after parties win by-elections, increases tally to 39 seats
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Meghalaya bypolls: MDA ties up with NPP, UDP after parties win by-elections, increases tally to 39 seats

After NPP and UDP candidates won both bypolls in Meghalaya, MDA tied with the parties and increased its tally from 37 to 39 seats in 60-member Assembly

Meghalaya chief minister Conrad Sangma wins South-Tura Assembly bypoll by over 8,400 votes; NPP levels tally with Congress
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Meghalaya chief minister Conrad Sangma wins South-Tura Assembly bypoll by over 8,400 votes; NPP levels tally with Congress

Meghalaya chief minister and NPP president Conrad K Sangma on Monday won the South Tura by-election by defeating his nearest Congress rival Charlotte W Momin by over 8,400 votes

Shillong unrest: Clashes halt, 15 paramilitary units deployed in city, 12-hour curfew imposed
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Shillong unrest: Clashes halt, 15 paramilitary units deployed in city, 12-hour curfew imposed

Violence in Shillong has halted after continuous clashes. Curfew has still been imposed and 15 companies of paramilitary forces have been deployed in the city.

Shillong clashes: No damage to any gurudwara in Meghalaya during unrest, says Kiren Rijiju
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Shillong clashes: No damage to any gurudwara in Meghalaya during unrest, says Kiren Rijiju

There has been no damage to any gurudwara or other institutions belonging to the Sikh community in Meghalaya where clashes took place between a group of bus drivers and locals, Union minister Kiren Rijiju said on Sunday.

Shillong unrest: Fresh clashes reflect Meghalaya's past characterised by conflicts between tribals and 'outsiders'
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Shillong unrest: Fresh clashes reflect Meghalaya's past characterised by conflicts between tribals and 'outsiders'

Curfew continued to be imposed in Shillong for the third day on Sunday after it was briefly lifted for seven hours in areas under Lumdiengjri Police Station and Cantonment Beat House areas.

Curfew extends to second day in Meghalaya's Shillong after Superintendent Police gets injured in night-long violence
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Curfew extends to second day in Meghalaya's Shillong after Superintendent Police gets injured in night-long violence

Curfew continued in parts of Shillong for the second day on Saturday after a night-long violence during which a mob torched a shop, a house and damaged at least five vehicles besides injuring a senior police officer.