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BJP ‘unsure’ of backing Conrad in South Tura

There seems to be no end to the twist and turns in Meghalaya politics. While the NPP in all probability will end up battling...

Ranikor bypolls: Consensus on common candidate yet to be reached

The regional parties of Meghalaya are yet to come to a consensus in choosing a common candidate for Ranikor by polls. A meeting was held...

Ranikor bypoll: Fate of candidate will be decided on July 10, says PN Syiem

Volatility continues in Meghalaya politics with People’s Democratic Front Chief PN Syiem stating that a final decision on the common candidate for Ranikor will...

Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma to seek support from coalition partner for South Tura bypolls

Chief Minister and NPP chief Conrad Sangma today said that his party will seek the support of its coalition partner for the South Tura...

Trans Arunachal highway ‘scam’: Cong demands resignation of Dy. CM Chowna Mein

The opposition Congress in Arunachal Pradesh has launched a scathing attack on the state government over the scam surrounding payment of compensation money for...

Agatha Sangma resigns as South Tura Legislator

South Tura legislator Agatha Sangma resigned as the member of the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly yesterday evening to pave the way for her brother and...

IPFT to contest alone for next Lok Sabha polls

BJP's ally in Tripura, the Indigenous People's Front of Tripura, has decided to contest the next Lok Sabha elections all by itself. The announcement...

BJP gears up for 2019 General Elections; Party President Amit Shah arrives in Imphal

Ahead of the crucial 2019 general elections, BJP President Amit Shah arrived in Imphal today. The BJP President is on a two-day visit to...

New political party launched in Sikkim

After Bhaichung Bhutia’s ‘Humro Sikkim’, a new regional political party called ‘Sikkim United Front’ was officially launched in the state’s Ranipool town today. Former Minister...

Tensions emerge between Tripura coalition partners BJP and IPFT

Clashes between the ruling BJP and the Indigenous People Front of Tripura (IPFT) continues in the state. In a recent incident that occurred on Sunday,...