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The philosophical malaise in Ek Desh, Ek Vidhan and Ek Pradhan offers just cause for asymmetrical federalism in India
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The philosophical malaise in Ek Desh, Ek Vidhan and Ek Pradhan offers just cause for asymmetrical federalism in India

The entire Kashmir policy of the Government of India, right from 1947, is that of misplaced intrigue. Trying to hammer something which is brittle into malleability.

No respite from floods in Assam, Bihar; thunderstorm warning issued in Himachal Pradesh
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No respite from floods in Assam, Bihar; thunderstorm warning issued in Himachal Pradesh

The number of people affected by the deluge in Assam increased to nearly 26.38 lakh people while the toll due to floods and landslides reached 123 with one more person dying on Saturday

50-year-old grandmother from Meghalaya clears Class 12 exam, will pursue Bachelors' degree
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50-year-old grandmother from Meghalaya clears Class 12 exam, will pursue Bachelors' degree

Lakyntiew who got married in 1991 has now said she would pursue a Bachelors's degree and take up Khasi as a major subject.

Meghalaya govt says officials, security personnel entering state have to undergo two layers of testing
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Meghalaya govt says officials, security personnel entering state have to undergo two layers of testing

Deputy CM Prestone Tynsong said that the state government will take stringent legal action against violators

Meghalaya village council files FIR against scribe Patricia Mukhim for social media post on assault case
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Meghalaya village council files FIR against scribe Patricia Mukhim for social media post on assault case

Mukhim, the editor of The Shillong Times, had criticised the Lawsohtun village council for failing to identify the "murderous elements" after five boys were attacked at a basketball court in the village on Friday.

In Tilottoma Misra’s High Wind, inter-community relations in North East are explored through intimacy of fiction
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In Tilottoma Misra’s High Wind, inter-community relations in North East are explored through intimacy of fiction

In an interview with Firstpost, High Wind author Tilottoma Misra and translator Udayon Misra talk about the shrinking space for inclusive politics in the North East and the role of books such as this one in challenging those beliefs.

COVID-19 Lockdown: Coal mine labourers stranded as owners protest in Meghalaya; some walk back home to Assam
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COVID-19 Lockdown: Coal mine labourers stranded as owners protest in Meghalaya; some walk back home to Assam

Since 3 May, rules have been considerably relaxed for commercial transportation even though coal was listed under ‘essential goods’ from the very beginning. However, local organisations, including the Jaintia Coal Mine Owners and Dealers’ Association and student bodies like the Hynniewtrep National Youth Front and the Khasi Students’ Union, have protested the transport of coal from Assam to cement plants in the state.

Meghalaya govt increases taxes on auto fuel; petrol to cost Rs 74.90 per litre, diesel at Rs 67.50
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Meghalaya govt increases taxes on auto fuel; petrol to cost Rs 74.90 per litre, diesel at Rs 67.50

The Meghalaya government has increased taxes on petrol and diesel from Wednesday amid the nationwide lockdown and plunging crude oil prices, officials said on Wednesday

Unpacking 'chinki': Unlike 'dkhar', a term used for non-tribals, the slur is rooted in racial derision, power dynamics
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Unpacking 'chinki': Unlike 'dkhar', a term used for non-tribals, the slur is rooted in racial derision, power dynamics

To say that chinki and dkhar (a term used to refer to non-tribals in Meghalaya) are similar would be incorrect. While one is undoubtedly a slur, the other can be used as a slur. Moreover, a term used by a minority cannot be as damaging as one used by a majority because of the power dynamics inherent in this set up.

Constitution (125th Amendment) Bill could bridge gap between mainland and North East, but problematic provisions must be reappraised
India

Constitution (125th Amendment) Bill could bridge gap between mainland and North East, but problematic provisions must be reappraised

The Government of India is in the process of deliberating and readying the Constitution (125th Amendment) Bill to place it on the parliamentary altar to try and change the destiny of our citizens.

Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Jaipur worst-hit in Rajasthan with district reporting 83 of 108 new cases; state's tally climbs to 1,005, toll at 11
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Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Jaipur worst-hit in Rajasthan with district reporting 83 of 108 new cases; state's tally climbs to 1,005, toll at 11

Coronavirus Outbreak LIVE Updates: The Rajasthan government said that 108 new COVID-19 cases were reported in the state on Tuesday, out of which 83 are from Jaipur. Total number of cases in the state stands at 1,005.

Coronavirus Outbreak: India stares at strained ties with UAE as Abu Dhabi seeks to review labour relations with countries reluctant to take back expats
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Coronavirus Outbreak: India stares at strained ties with UAE as Abu Dhabi seeks to review labour relations with countries reluctant to take back expats

The Supreme Court of India has reportedly urged Indians to stay put where they are and adjourned the hearing of all the petitions related to their evacuation for a month.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Meghalaya reports first COVID-19 case after private hospital doctor tests positive in Shillong
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Meghalaya reports first COVID-19 case after private hospital doctor tests positive in Shillong

The samples of the doctor who owns a private hospital tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday at the North Eastern Indira Gandhi Regional Institute of Health and Medical Science, the minister said

Coronavirus lockdown extended till 3 May; Modi urges people to look after senior citizens, poor, asks businesses to not downsize staff
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Coronavirus lockdown extended till 3 May; Modi urges people to look after senior citizens, poor, asks businesses to not downsize staff

Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the extension of the nationwide lockdown till 3 May in his address to the nation on the last day of the 21-day lockdown that was announced on 25 March to stem the spread of coronavirus

Glamping at its best: Enjoy the Meghalayan Age Festival
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Glamping at its best: Enjoy the Meghalayan Age Festival

The Meghalayan Age Festival brings to you the unique concept of glamping. Instead of you having to carry a tent, the hosts have set them up for you.

Turkey is passe. Welcome the hot air balloons at Meghalaya!
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Turkey is passe. Welcome the hot air balloons at Meghalaya!

Visit the Meghalayan Age Festival for this ride of a lifetime from 7th-15th March, and give your year a serene makeover.

The Meghalayan Age Festival is the place you’ve got to be!
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The Meghalayan Age Festival is the place you’ve got to be!

The Meghalayan Age festival is sure to change the tourism game in Meghalaya and lift it up to high standards.

Centre, NSCN-IM peace pact on the brink of collapse; separatist demands, unconstitutional expectations make negotiations with North East insurgent groups hard
India

Centre, NSCN-IM peace pact on the brink of collapse; separatist demands, unconstitutional expectations make negotiations with North East insurgent groups hard

It is clear that the Centre and the armed group are not on the same page while interpreting the Framework Agreement signed between the parties on 3 August 2015 which Prime Minister Narendra Modi had termed as historic.

Curfew relaxed in few areas in Shillong for few hours following improvement in law and order, says Meghalaya Police
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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

Mobile internet ban lifted in two Meghalaya districts; services to remain withdrawn in Ri-Bhoi, Khasi Hills till Wednesday morning
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Mobile internet ban lifted in two Meghalaya districts; services to remain withdrawn in Ri-Bhoi, Khasi Hills till Wednesday morning

The Meghalaya government on Tuesday lifted the ban on mobile internet services in two Jaintia Hills districts after improvement in the situation