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Manipur political crisis: Four NPP ministers to withdraw resignations, support N Biren Singh govt, says Conrad Sangma
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Manipur political crisis: Four NPP ministers to withdraw resignations, support N Biren Singh govt, says Conrad Sangma

'Four National People's Party (NPP) ministers who resigned from Manipur Government will withdraw their resignations,' Conrad Sangma said.

BJP, NPP continue negotiations to resolve Manipur crisis; Conrad Sangma, Himanta Biswa Sarma visit Imphal
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BJP, NPP continue negotiations to resolve Manipur crisis; Conrad Sangma, Himanta Biswa Sarma visit Imphal

Earlier, three BJP MLAs resigned and joined Congress while four NPP MLAs, an independent MLA and a Trinamool Congress (TMC) MLA withdrew support to the N Biren Singh-led government.

Amit Shah says Citizenship Amendment Act causing ‘stomach ache’ to Congress, accuses party of stoking violence against new law
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Amit Shah says Citizenship Amendment Act causing ‘stomach ache’ to Congress, accuses party of stoking violence against new law

Shah said that the passage of the Citizenship Amendment Bill has caused a 'stomach ache' to the Opposition party

NPP MLA Tirong Aboh, 10 others shot dead by gunmen in Arunachal Pradesh's Tirap district; massive combing operations launched
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NPP MLA Tirong Aboh, 10 others shot dead by gunmen in Arunachal Pradesh's Tirap district; massive combing operations launched

Eleven people, including National People's Party (NPP) MLA Tirong Aboh and his son, were shot dead by suspected NSCN militants in Arunachal Pradesh's Tirap district

All eyes on Meghalaya's Tura as contest between Mukul Sangma and PA Sangma's daughter Agatha enters finale
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All eyes on Meghalaya's Tura as contest between Mukul Sangma and PA Sangma's daughter Agatha enters finale

With contest heating up between PA Sangma's daughter Agatha and his once favourite Mukul Sangma for the Tura Lok Sabha seat, voters in the Garo Hills of Meghalaya have to decide if it's time to let go of their beloved leader’s legacy and opt for change

Lok Sabha Election 2019, Sikkim profile: SDF, SNC, HSP in poll fray to win state's lone parliamentary seat
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Lok Sabha Election 2019, Sikkim profile: SDF, SNC, HSP in poll fray to win state's lone parliamentary seat

The northeastern state of Sikkim, which shares its borders with Bhutan and Tibet, has a lone parliamentary seat and 32 Assembly seats.

Lok Sabha Election 2019, Meghalaya profile: Congress seeks to hold onto Shillong, NPP wants to retain Tura
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Lok Sabha Election 2019, Meghalaya profile: Congress seeks to hold onto Shillong, NPP wants to retain Tura

Meghalaya chief minister Conrad Sangma is one of the vociferous voices opposing the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019, and has been trying to rally support in his favour.

25 BJP leaders quit to join Conrad Sangma's NPP; mass desertion in Arunachal Pradesh weeks before state, LS polls
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25 BJP leaders quit to join Conrad Sangma's NPP; mass desertion in Arunachal Pradesh weeks before state, LS polls

The NPP, which is a constituent member of the BJP-led North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA), has decided to field 40 candidates in the Arunachal Pradesh Assembly polls.

Congress fails to seize opportunity created by Citizenship Amendment Bill as BJP fights back to retain grip on North East
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Congress fails to seize opportunity created by Citizenship Amendment Bill as BJP fights back to retain grip on North East

BJP has set an ambitious target of winning more than 20 seats out of 25 for the North East Democratic Alliance.

Rising India Summit 2019 on 25-26 February: Modi, Amit Shah, Kamal Nath and others to discuss 'national priorities'
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Rising India Summit 2019 on 25-26 February: Modi, Amit Shah, Kamal Nath and others to discuss 'national priorities'

Rising India 2019, by far, is the biggest platform for the crème-da-la-crème of India, and will be competing against the bars it set in 2018 when it made its debut in the Indian thoughtscape.

BJP's move to drop Citizenship Amendment Bill deprives Opposition in North East of strong political narrative
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BJP's move to drop Citizenship Amendment Bill deprives Opposition in North East of strong political narrative

After the BJP dropped the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, the Opposition in the North East may have been deprived of the only issue it had.

North East sets streets on fire with secessionist threats ahead of final day of Budget Session of Parliament
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North East sets streets on fire with secessionist threats ahead of final day of Budget Session of Parliament

Among the bills for consideration and passing listed in the Rajya Sabha for Wednesday, the CAB stands at number 9 with Home Minister Rajnath Singh as the introducer.

NPP will break ties with NDA if Centre passes citizenship bill in Rajya Sabha, says Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma
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NPP will break ties with NDA if Centre passes citizenship bill in Rajya Sabha, says Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma

Meghalaya chief minister Conrad Sangma said the National People's Party (NPP) will break ties with NDA if the Central government passes the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill in the Rajya Sabha.

Budget 2019: 21% hike in allocation for North East possible bid to douse ire over Citizenship Bill
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Budget 2019: 21% hike in allocation for North East possible bid to douse ire over Citizenship Bill

The Centre, which is on rocky ground in the North East due to the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, also took a significant step for the "benefits" of the people in the region.

Meghalaya mine tragedy: Multi-agency rescue efforts resume to track trapped miners after divers fail to reach bottom of pit
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Meghalaya mine tragedy: Multi-agency rescue efforts resume to track trapped miners after divers fail to reach bottom of pit

Navy divers on Monday successfully entered the inundated rat hole coal mine at East Jaintia Hills in Meghalaya, where 15 miners have been trapped since 13 December. A 15-member diving team of the navy from Vishakhapatnam had arrived at Meghalaya on Saturday to help with the rescue operations.

Meghalaya mine tragedy: Navy sends divers, IAF airlifts pumps as efforts hasten to rescue miners fortnight after incident
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Meghalaya mine tragedy: Navy sends divers, IAF airlifts pumps as efforts hasten to rescue miners fortnight after incident

The Indian Navy and Indian Air Force joined rescue operation on Friday as authorities face criticism over their lackadaisical attitude towards rescuing the trapped miners in Meghalaya

Plight of trapped miners in Meghalaya raises important question: Just how low will mining elite stoop to make a profit?
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Plight of trapped miners in Meghalaya raises important question: Just how low will mining elite stoop to make a profit?

Only by a strange twist of fate will the miners — trapped in the flooded mine at Ksan in Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills for over two weeks — survive the catastrophe

Meghalaya coal mine mishap: No headway in rescue of 17 trapped miners; families lose hope of seeing them alive
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Meghalaya coal mine mishap: No headway in rescue of 17 trapped miners; families lose hope of seeing them alive

On Thursday morning, the 320-feet-deep and 20-feet-wide mine in Meghalaya got filled with water, rendering 17 men digging coal inside unable to come out.

Miner who survived Meghalaya coal mine mishap reveals chilling details, says 17, not 13, trapped in flooded quarry
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Miner who survived Meghalaya coal mine mishap reveals chilling details, says 17, not 13, trapped in flooded quarry

Sayeb Ali, a 25-year-old coal miner from Assam's Chirang district, shared how he and four others who were on the ground at the Meghalaya mine had tried to save their fellow workers stuck inside the 380-foot rat-hole mine but failed.

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.