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Feb 16, 2018
Meghalaya Election 2018: BJP promises pension, jobs and pukka roads in manifesto, keeps options open for post-poll alliancesIn a 17-page manifesto, BJP promised pension, 24X7 electricity to every household and job opportunity to every youth in Meghalaya among other tall promises
Jan 31, 2018
Meghalaya polls: With 5 MLAs quitting Congress and NPP, BJP emerging strong, the threat against ruling party is palpableWith 5 MLAs quitting party, the NPP emerging strong in Meghalaya and the combined resources of the BJP and RSS, the threat against ruling Congress is real and growing
Jan 24, 2018
Meghalaya Assembly Election: BJP uses corruption plank to attack Congress govt; NPP maintains safe distance from 'Hindutva'Whether the Wards Lake in Shillong will have lotus in it alone or so will the Meghalaya Assembly, only EVMs will be able to tell us on 3 March.
Jan 23, 2018
Meghalaya Assembly polls: Congress plays down BJP's chances, but knows threat from saffron party is realAs Meghalaya votes on 27 February to elect its new Assembly, the quietness of the hills and the winter cold have slowly given away to noisy campaigns and rising political heat.
Nov 26, 2017
Rajnath Singh set to visit poll-bound Meghalaya to meet BJP workers in the stateThe state BJP, which is gearing up to contest in all 60 seats in the state, is also preparing the visit of its national president Amit Shah and other top party functionaries this year, Lyngdoh said.
May 30, 2017
Meghalaya BJP leaders threaten to quit over new cattle trade rulesBJP leader, Bernard Marak, said his party won't ban beef and instead legalize slaughter houses if it comes to power
Apr 21, 2017
Rise of Hindutva in North East: Christians in Nagaland, Mizoram may weaken BJP despite RSS' gains in Tripura, MeghalayaApart from the base that the RSS has developed in Meghalaya and Tripura, which in turn is likely to help the BJP in its political ambitions, the state of the two organisations in Nagaland and Mizoram need immense nurturing.