In Manipur's cabinet reshuffle following political crisis, NPP's Joykumar Singh regains three previously-held portfolios
With the return of the four NPP ministers, the BJP-led coalition in Manipur has maintained the same set of ministers. The exercise dashed the hopes of some BJP legislators and Congress defectors of becoming ministers.
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
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.
The Manipur government led by N Biren Singh plunged into crisis after nine members of the BJP-led coalition, including four ministers of the National People's Party, resigned on 17 June.
Manipur political turmoil: Deputy CM, five other legislators withdraw support to N Biren Singh-led BJP govt; three MLAs from saffron party join Congress
Three BJP MLAs in Manipur resigned from the party while six legislators including deputy chief minister Y JoyKumar Singh withdrew their support from the N Biren Singh-led NDA government, putting the state government on a sticky wicket, reports said
Is Manipur going the Kashmir way? As dissent against Biren Singh grows, BJP may resort to President's Rule
The in-fighting within BJP in the saffron party-led Manipur government has finally reached its zenith.
Resolution of Manipur financial crisis unlikely soon as internal power tussle puts Biren Singh at risk of losing CM post
The power tussle in Manipur has taken a turn for the worse, with Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Thursday taking over key departments.
Lok Sabha poll results: Gaurav Gogoi, Agatha Sangma retain seats in North East; buck trend of dynasts facing defeat
Despite the nationwide trend, two other dynastic leaders in the North East — Gaurav Gogoi and Agatha — retained their seats.
Odisha, Sikkim, Arunachal Assembly Election Results 2019 Updates: BJP breaches half-way mark in Arunachal Pradesh
Odisha, Sikkim, Arunachal Assembly Election Results 2019 LIVE Updates|Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik Thursday thanked the people, particularly women, for their overwhelming support to BJD in the assembly polls.
Day after Arunachal Pradesh MLA killed by suspected militants, Kiren Rijiju says forces have launched massive anti-insurgency operation
'A massive military operation has been launched by the security forces in eastern Arunachal Pradesh,' Rijiju said in a Facebook post.
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
NPF to decide on withdrawing support to BJP-led govt in Manipur after Lok Sabha election process concludes
Naga People's Front (NPF) has said it will formally announce its decision to pull out of the BJP-led government in Manipur after the election process is over.
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
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.
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.
New Mizoram Assembly to have no woman MLA as all 15 female legislators were defeated in 28 November polls
The Mizoram Assembly will not have a single woman legislator as all the 15 female candidates lost in the 28 November election in the state where women outnumber men in the voters' list.
Mizoram Assembly Elections: Faulty EVMs, 'drunk' polling officials, delay polling as state records 75% voter turnout till 5 pm
11,100 security personnel, comprising central paramilitary and state security forces, were deployed to avoid any untoward incidents during the Mizoram Assembly elections on Wednesday.
Mizoram Assembly elections updates: 56% voter turnout recorded at Tuikum till 2.30 pm, 51% at South tuipui, 59% at Thorang
Mizoram Assembly elections updates: 56 percent voter turnout was recorded at Tuikum as of 2.30 on Wednesday afternoon, a spokesperson from the Election Commission said. Hrangturzo recorded 55 percent, South Tuipui 51 percent, and Thorang 59 percent, the official said.
Mizoram polls: Congress says BJP will induge in horse-trading 'to grab power at all costs', Independents most vulnerable
Mizoram Congress spokesperson Lallianchhunga alleged that if the BJP managed to win even two or three seats it would indulge in poaching in order to be in the government through back door, as the party had done in states of the region — Meghalaya and Nagaland.
The National People's Party (NPP) was launched in Mizoram by its president and Meghalaya chief minister, Conrad Sangma, on 29 September.