Curfew relaxed in few areas in Shillong for few hours following improvement in law and order, says Meghalaya Police
The curfew, imposed on Saturday in the wake of clashes between tribal and non-tribal groups which claimed three lives, was relaxed in these two areas since 12 noon
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
Clashes in Meghalaya over CAA: Toll rises to two, 10 injured; curfew reimposed in parts of Shillong, mobile internet suspended in six districts
Parts of Meghalaya remained tense after two were left dead and ten others injured in clashes between two groups in the past 24 hours over the Citizenship Amendment Act.
Curfew reimposed in some parts of Shillong day after one dies in clashes over CAA; internet services suspended in six Meghalaya districts
Curfew was reimposed Saturday in some areas of Shillong after one person was killed in clashes between KSU members and non-tribals during a meeting on CAA and inner line permit (ILP)
BJP Yuva Morcha's march to Kerala Secretariat turns violent; protesters sought CBI probe into 'irregularities' in PSC exams
The Secretariat march was taken out by activists of the Yuva Morcha, the youth wing of the BJP turned violent.
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'
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.
Activists of Kerala Students Union, the student wing of Congress and DYFI, the youth wing of ruling CPM clashed in Alappuzha on Saturday
A National Investigation Agency (NIA) court rejected PDP (Peoples Democratic Party) chairman Abdul Nasser Madani's plea. Madani was seeking permission to attend his son's wedding in Thalassery
Shillong's anti-railway groups threaten to intensify protest, demand meeting with chief minister Mukul Sangma
Anti-railway pressure groups in Meghalaya on Wednesday threatened to further intensify their protests if Chief Minister Mukul Sangma refuses to hold talks with them on the issue of extension of railways up to the state capital Shillong