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Naljokaniko ra•e gipin biapo dongenggipa manderangna nangnikaniko dake on•china sak 10 Kuki-Zo MLA-rang ECI-ko mol•mola

Imphal, Mar 27: Manipur a•dokni sak 10 Kuki-Zo MLA-rang, a•dokni manderang jemangan naljokaniko ra•e a•songni gipin biaprango dongengachim, Manipur-ni Parliamentary Election-o pu•onaniko dakna man•a...

MCCL-ko chipatengani gimin NPP MLA-ko so•otgalna HNLC ka•mikkenata

Meghalaya a•dokni Mawmluh Cherra Cements Limited (MCCL)-na gong crore 300-na baten tangka paisarangko koros ka•ani ja•manoba maming man•pilanirangko nikjahani gimin MCCL-ko chipna gita sorkarini tik ka•angani ja•man, iana Sohra-ni NPP MLA Gavin M Mylliemngap-ko dos galenba, uko so•ote galna gita Hynniewtrep National Liberation Council (HNLC) bobil dol ka•mikkenataniko on•angaha.

HNLC cautions govt against shutting down MCCL, targets NPP MLA Gavin Mylliemngap with ‘death’ threat

Following government’s decision to shut down the Mawmluh Cherra Cements Limited (MCCL) after investments of over Rs 300 crores paid no dividends, the proscribed outfit Hynniewtrep National Liberation Council (HNLC) has threatened to hold NPP legislator from Sohra Gavin M Mylliemngap accountable and even kill him.

Arunachal Pradesh: Former MLA of Arunachal Pradesh shot dead by militants in the Indo-Myanmar area

Former MLA of Arunachal Pradesh, Yumsem Matey, was shot dead by a group of militants at Rahu village under Lazu police station in Arunachal Pradesh on Saturday evening.

BJP MLA sentenced to 25 Years in jail for raping minor girl nine years ago

In a major development, a court in Uttar Pradesh’s Sonbhadra district sentenced Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA Ramdular Gond to 25 years for raping a minor girl nine years ago.He represents Sonbhadra’s Duddhi constituency.

Assam: Senior AGP leader & Amguri MLA Prodip Hazarika resigns after delimitation draft

Senior Assam Gana Parishad (AGP) leader and Amguri MLA, Prodip Hazarika, has resigned from the party following the publication of delimitation draft for Assam.

Manipur: MLAs urges Amit Shah for restoring peace and normalcy in the state

A group of 31 MLAs of the state unanimously resolved to urge the Union Home Minister Amit Shah to reach a conclusive resolution that will bring lasting peace in the state.

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