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Media fraternity demands apology from minister James Sangma for ‘humiliating’ journalists

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SHILLONG | Jan 07:

The press fraternity of Meghalaya today submitted a letter to Home Minister, James PK Sangma demanding an ‘unconditional apology’ for his ‘unwanted’ behaviour towards the members of the fourth estate in the state secretariat on the January 6.

Enquiry ordered into allegations of civilians hijacking government gates

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TURA | Jan 05:

Days after the shocking revelation of civilians being involved in hijacking the government departments of DMR and Transport allegedly on the orders of a certain NPP minister in Dainadubi in North Garo Hills, an enquiry has been ordered into the matter by the deputy commissioner, SC Sadhu and Sec 144 CRPC has been imposed in NGH following fears of miscreants trying to cause problems at the two check gates.

Allegations of act of lawlessness by civilians having links with NPP surface in Garo Hills

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TURA | Jan 02, 2020:

Allegations have surfaced that some civilians “aligned” with the ruling party — National People’s Party (NPP) are involved in an act of lawlessness by hijacking the role of the DMR and Transport departments and collecting money from coal trucks leaving the twin departments completely redundant.

Govt rubbishes reports on Centre’s hesitation to grant Meghalaya ILP

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SHILLONG | Dec 29:

The Meghalaya government on Saturday has “strongly” reacted to a news report published a web portal which stated that New Delhi may not approve the demand for Inner Line Permit (ILP) in Meghalaya even as it rubbished the reports and termed it as a “speculation of the vested interest.”

Addl. Chief Secy Hector Marwein “unhappy” with decision to make MS Roa new CS

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Shillong, Dec 25:

Additional Chief Secretary, M.S. Rao, who is an IAS officer of the 1987 batch of the Assam-Meghalaya cadre, will assume charge as the Chief Secretary of Meghalaya following the superannuation of the present Chief Secretary, P.S. Thangkhiew on December 31, 2019.

Govt willing to walk extra mile to talk peace, Conrad on HNLC’s offer for talks

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SHILLONG | Dec 21:

Meghalaya Chief Minister, Conrad K Sangma on Saturday said that the State Government is always willing to walk the extra mile to talk peace with those who are willing to engage within the framework of the Constitution.

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