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This stylist from Shillong is creating waves in Bollywood!

~~~By Natasha Dkhar

“Character,Intelligence,Strength,Style:That makes Beauty”- Diane Von Furstenberg

She is fearless and is a free spirited soul with a creative imagination. A woman filled with passion,a believer in her dreams,her artistic and creativity defines her.This woman from Shillong is showcasing her talent to the world especially to the world of Bollywood.Having styled some of the renowned celebrities of India,this woman is set to conquer the world. She is none other than Amrita Mordani, a Shillong girl who is living her dreams.

Here’s why recorded crime is on the rise in Meghalaya


By Ibankyntiew Mawrie | Shillong, July 22, 2018: 

Meghalaya has underwent many changes in the past few months — from the formation of a new government to the implementation of a new tax regime (GST), but what is new in as far as safety and security of its citizens is concerned?

Will Rev Thomas Jones’ literary gift to the Khasis end with mere writings sans recognition?

By Ibankyntiew Mawrie | Shillong, June 22, 2018:


Hundred and seventy seven years ago, one of the major tribes of Meghalaya – the Khasis were without a written script, without a lingual identity and without a literary history. However, all of that changed with the arrival of Reverend Thomas Jones, also popularly known as the Founding Father of Khasi alphabets and literature.

Meghalaya | Know your constituency: Will AL Hek retain Pynthorumkhrah seat?

By Lamphrang Nongspung, Shillong News | SHILLONG, January 16, 2018:

With elections just round the corner, it is interesting to analyse the political waves in the respective constituency with election fever mounting and steadfast political changes, events which makes politics so unpredictable and exciting.

Meghalaya Police to face virtual challenge head-on; to use social media as weapon against rumour mongering

By Ibankyntiew Mawrie | Shillong, June 14, 2018:

With social media continuing to become a cause of concern for the enforcing agencies, considering the number of cases being blown out of proportion across the state, due to irresponsible usage of the internet, the Meghalaya Police is coming up with a strategy to tackle this problem in the virtual world.

BLOG | Why “Good Friday” is called “Good Friday”? — By Mayborn Lyngdoh R

By Mayborn Lyngdoh R | March 30, 2018

According to the Bible, Jesus Christ, the son of God was flogged mercilessly, ordered to carry the cross on which He was to be crucified, humiliated, spit-on, and then nailed to the cross. He bled until every ounce of blood oozed out of his body. It is difficult, too difficult to commit oneself to think that it was ‘good’.

The BBC states that originally according to the Oxford English Dictionary the adjective traditionally designates “a day or season observed as Holy by the Church and hence the ‘good tidings for Christmas”.

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