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Arunachal Pradesh: NPP MLA Tirong Aboh, son among 11 shot dead in militant attack

Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma condemned the attack and urged Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take action against those responsible for the attack. 

Meghalaya: CM Sangma promises to restart coal mining after addressing safety, environment issues

In December last year, at least 15 workers were trapped inside a mine in East Jaintia Hills district and are believed to have died, even though rescue operations are still on.

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Manipur: BJP allies NPP, NPF not to contest in one of two Lok Sabha seats

“In the spirit of the coalition we have decided that we will not be contesting for the inner parliamentary constituency seat and instead work together with the coalition partners”, said Conrad Sangma, Chief Minister of Meghalaya, who is also the president of the party.

In Meghalaya’s tribal council polls, a positive indicator for Congress

The Congress won 10 of the 29 seats in the Khasi Hills Autonomous District Council, while the National People’s Party (NPP) — which leads the MDA — won seven and ally United Democratic Party (UDP) six.

Time running out, hope CIL acts on our plea for special pumps: Meghalaya CM on trapped miners

The CM said the state government has written to the Coal India seeking their special pumps (high-power submersible pumps) to aid the rescue of the 15 miners in Lumthari area of East Jaintia Hills district.

Meghalaya to hold all-party meet to start NRC-like exercise

He said the Meghalaya Democratic Alliance government is on the job and the state has various ways to check illegal immigration ensuring that indigenous people are protected.

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Meghalaya bypolls: CM wins Conrad Sangma South Tura, UDP bags Ranikor

The South Tura seat was held by the CM’s sister and former Union Minister Agatha Sangma. She had resigned last month to make way for her brother to get elected and continue in office.

Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma wins South-Tura assembly bypoll

Sangma defeated Congress rival Charlotte W Momin by over 8,400 votes and now has 20 seats in the 60-member Meghalaya Assembly.

Confident of NPP's win in two Assembly bypolls: Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma

Sangma, who was sworn in as chief minister in March, has to get elected to the Assembly to continue in office. His sister Agatha Sangma resigned from South Tura in July to pave way for him to contest the election.

Meghalaya bypoll: On election day, young runners to ensure info from remote booths

Besides Ranikor in South West Khasi Hills district, the bypoll to South Tura Assembly seat in West Garo Hills district will also be held on August 23. In South Tura, Chief Minister Conrad Sangma is contesting to get elected to the state legislature.

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