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Sorkarini niamrangko, HNLC ja•rikna namnikgen ong•osa, songgigrikaniko dakna man•gen: Conrad Sangma

Shillong, Feb 9: Meghalaya a•dokni Skotong Minister Conrad K Sangma, Ministry of Affairs (MHA), Govt. of India-ni dakgimin niamrangko ja•rikna namnikgenchimode sorkarini gita Hynniewtrep...

Peace Talk with HNLC: Govt open for discussion only if outfit adheres to MHA norms

Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma today said that the government is ready to continue the tripartite talks with the outfit Hynniewtrep National Liberation Council (HNLC).

MHA scrap free movement regime (FMR) between India and Myanmar

Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has decided to scrap the Free Movement Regime (FMR) between India and Myanmar to ensure the internal security of the country and to maintain the demographic structure of India’s North Eastern States bordering Myanmar.

Manipur: KIM held meetings with MHA officials, including Arambai Tenggol, regarding violence in the state

The Kuki Inpi Manipur (KIM) held a meeting with the representatives of the Ministry of Home Affairs and Arambai Tenggol regarding the violence in Manipur.

Heavy security presence at Kangla Fort as the local group demands Ministers and MLAs to address unabated violence in Manipur

Heavy security has been deployed in and around Kangla Fort in Imphal after a local group called all the ministers and MLAs to attend a meeting on Wednesday to clear their position about the unabated violence in Manipur.

VVP-ni ning·o km 1022 ramako Arunachal-na on·a

Guwahati, Jan 23: Vibrant Villages Program (VPP)-ni ning·o km 1022-mang ong·gipa ramarangko tarina gita Union Home Affairs Ministry, Arunachal Pradesh a·dokna on·ataha. Ia VPP-ara, 2023...

MHA advisor-led team visits violence-hit Manipur, engages with officials, organisations

A three-member Central team, led by Ministry of Home Affairs Advisor A.K. Mishra, arrived in Manipur on Monday.

Arunachal Pradesh: MHA sanctions 1022 km of roads under VVP

The Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has sanctioned approximately 1022 kms of roads for Arunachal Pradesh under the Vibrant Villages Programme (VVP).

MHA-ni officer dakmike kam on·na ku·rachakgipa mandeko rim·a

New Delhi-o donggipa Ministry of Home Affairs-ni police officer dakmike, ministry-ni ning·o sak 200 manderangna kam on·na ku·rachakgipa Richard Tiplang Swer-ko Meghalaya a·dokni police-rang rim·aha.

Meghalaya Residents Safety Bill an alternative to ILP, Govt re-examining it: Conrad

Labelling the Meghalaya Residents, Safety and Security (Amendment) Bill (MRSSAB), 2020, as an alternative to the Inner Line Permit (ILP), Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma on Wednesday said the state government is re-examining the Bill after it was returned by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA).

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