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  • Mobile Internet Services Suspended In Seven Districts Of Meghalaya

    Mobile Internet Services Suspended In Seven Districts Of Meghalaya

    The Meghalaya government on Saturday suspended mobile internet services in seven districts in the Khasi-Jaintia Hills region after intelligence inputs raised concerns over the law and order situation in those areas.

  • 6 Dead In Flash Floods, Landslides In Tripura, Manipur, Assam:10 Points

    6 Dead In Flash Floods, Landslides In Tripura, Manipur, Assam:10 Points

    Six people have died in the last 48 hours in torrential rain and landslides in the two northeastern states of Tripura and Manipur. Four have died in Tripura and two in Manipur. Thousands of people are marooned in Assam as flash floods hit several districts in the northeastern part of the state. Four trains have been cancelled today due to floods. T...

  • Reliance Big TV Ropes in 50,000 Post Offices for Set-Top Box Bookings

    Reliance Big TV Ropes in 50,000 Post Offices for Set-Top Box Bookings

    Bookings at post offices will commence from June 20 across Rajasthan, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Sikkim.

  • As Shillong Limps Back To Normal, Artistes Sing For Peace, Unity

    As Shillong Limps Back To Normal, Artistes Sing For Peace, Unity

    Meghalaya's capital Shillong is limping back to normal after five days of turmoil. In Shillong, which has a rich musical history, musicians believe that the only way to get peace back to the city is through music. These artistes are trying to reach out to citizens through live performances, choir competitions and concerts to spread the message of p...

  • Amid Improving Situation In Shillong, An Appeal For Peace By Meghalaya Governor

    Amid Improving Situation In Shillong, An Appeal For Peace By Meghalaya Governor

    The situation in Shillong showed signs of improvement for the second day today even as Meghalaya Governor Ganga Prasad asked the people to help maintain peace in the state.

  • Inside Shillong's Punjabi Lane, A Story Of Migrants In The Eye Of An Unrest

    Inside Shillong's Punjabi Lane, A Story Of Migrants In The Eye Of An Unrest

    88-year-old Darshan Singh, a retired employee of the Shillong Municipal Corporation, hasn't slept a wink for the last five days. Mr Singh was born in Shillong after his father had migrated from Gurdaspur in Punjab during the British Raj in search of job. Now, he can't understand why he is being called an "outsider".

  • Curfew To Continue In Shillong, Internet Services Remain Restricted

    Curfew To Continue In Shillong, Internet Services Remain Restricted

    Curfew continued on Tuesday in violence-hit areas in the Meghalaya capital Shillong while Internet on mobile telephones was restricted even as the situation was showing steady improvement.

  • Behind Shillong Clashes, A Long-Running Tension Over A Piece Of Land

    Behind Shillong Clashes, A Long-Running Tension Over A Piece Of Land

    Sanjana, the descendant of a Punjabi family who migrated to Meghalaya over a hundred years ago during the time of the British Raj, has been living in the state capital Shillong for 34 years. The woman who was born in his hilly town says the congested Punjabi Lane in the heart of Shillong, where clashes broke out last week, is her home

  • Minorities Commission To Investigate Shillong Violence

    Minorities Commission To Investigate Shillong Violence

    The National Commission for Minorities will send a member to the Meghalaya capital Shillong to investigate the clashes between residents of the city's Punjabi Line area and Khasi drivers of state-run buses, the panel's chief said today

  • Army, Central Forces Called In After More Clashes In Shillong: 10 Facts

    Army, Central Forces Called In After More Clashes In Shillong: 10 Facts

    The Army has been called into Shillong after fresh violence broke out in the Meghalaya capital this evening. Cellphone internet and text messages have been switched off in the entire Khasi hills region. Sources said if that is not enough, the authorities will pull the plug on private broadband. The home ministry has sent in 11 companies of para-mil...

  • Six Companies Of Central Forces Okayed For Shillong: Meghalaya Top Cop

    Six Companies Of Central Forces Okayed For Shillong: Meghalaya Top Cop

    The Centre has approved deployment of six additional companies of paramilitary forces in Shillong, where fresh bouts of violence broke out last night, prompting police to use tear gas shells to quell a mob, a top police officer said.

  • Punjab Government To Send Team Amid Reports Of Threats To Shillong Sikhs

    Punjab Government To Send Team Amid Reports Of Threats To Shillong Sikhs

    Concerned about reports of security threats to Sikhs in Shillong, the Amarinder Singh government in Punjab has decided to rush a four-member team headed by Cabinet Minister Sukhjinder Randhawa to the Meghalayan capital, an official said in Chandigarh on Sunday.

  • Meghalaya Chief Minister Says Violence Was Sponsored, Orders Tough Action

    Meghalaya Chief Minister Says Violence Was Sponsored, Orders Tough Action

    The spiral of violence that Shillong has seen in the past three days, leading to group clashes was sponsored, says Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma.

  • Shillong Violence Spreads Despite Curfew, 500 People In Army Shelter

    Shillong Violence Spreads Despite Curfew, 500 People In Army Shelter

    The army was called in to conduct flag marches and curfew continued in parts of Meghalaya's capital Shillong for the third day on Saturday after night-long violence during which a mob burnt a shop, a house and damaged at least five vehicles besides injuring a senior police officer.

  • Curfew In Shillong After A Night Of Clashes, 3 Arrested For Violence

    Curfew In Shillong After A Night Of Clashes, 3 Arrested For Violence

    A verbal duel between a woman, who was saved by a whisker when a bus zoomed past her, and the conductor of the state-run bus allegedly led to a series clashes in Meghalaya's capital Shillong last evening. An indefinite curfew has been imposed in parts of the city which looks calm at the moment.

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  • Mobile Internet Services Suspended In Seven Districts Of Meghalaya

    Mobile Internet Services Suspended In Seven Districts Of Meghalaya

    The Meghalaya government on Saturday suspended mobile internet services in seven districts in the Khasi-Jaintia Hills region after intelligence inputs raised concerns over the law and order situation in those areas.

  • 6 Dead In Flash Floods, Landslides In Tripura, Manipur, Assam:10 Points

    6 Dead In Flash Floods, Landslides In Tripura, Manipur, Assam:10 Points

    Six people have died in the last 48 hours in torrential rain and landslides in the two northeastern states of Tripura and Manipur. Four have died in Tripura and two in Manipur. Thousands of people are marooned in Assam as flash floods hit several districts in the northeastern part of the state. Four trains have been cancelled today due to floods. T...

  • Reliance Big TV Ropes in 50,000 Post Offices for Set-Top Box Bookings

    Reliance Big TV Ropes in 50,000 Post Offices for Set-Top Box Bookings

    Bookings at post offices will commence from June 20 across Rajasthan, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Sikkim.

  • As Shillong Limps Back To Normal, Artistes Sing For Peace, Unity

    As Shillong Limps Back To Normal, Artistes Sing For Peace, Unity

    Meghalaya's capital Shillong is limping back to normal after five days of turmoil. In Shillong, which has a rich musical history, musicians believe that the only way to get peace back to the city is through music. These artistes are trying to reach out to citizens through live performances, choir competitions and concerts to spread the message of p...

  • Amid Improving Situation In Shillong, An Appeal For Peace By Meghalaya Governor

    Amid Improving Situation In Shillong, An Appeal For Peace By Meghalaya Governor

    The situation in Shillong showed signs of improvement for the second day today even as Meghalaya Governor Ganga Prasad asked the people to help maintain peace in the state.

  • Inside Shillong's Punjabi Lane, A Story Of Migrants In The Eye Of An Unrest

    Inside Shillong's Punjabi Lane, A Story Of Migrants In The Eye Of An Unrest

    88-year-old Darshan Singh, a retired employee of the Shillong Municipal Corporation, hasn't slept a wink for the last five days. Mr Singh was born in Shillong after his father had migrated from Gurdaspur in Punjab during the British Raj in search of job. Now, he can't understand why he is being called an "outsider".

  • Curfew To Continue In Shillong, Internet Services Remain Restricted

    Curfew To Continue In Shillong, Internet Services Remain Restricted

    Curfew continued on Tuesday in violence-hit areas in the Meghalaya capital Shillong while Internet on mobile telephones was restricted even as the situation was showing steady improvement.

  • Behind Shillong Clashes, A Long-Running Tension Over A Piece Of Land

    Behind Shillong Clashes, A Long-Running Tension Over A Piece Of Land

    Sanjana, the descendant of a Punjabi family who migrated to Meghalaya over a hundred years ago during the time of the British Raj, has been living in the state capital Shillong for 34 years. The woman who was born in his hilly town says the congested Punjabi Lane in the heart of Shillong, where clashes broke out last week, is her home

  • Minorities Commission To Investigate Shillong Violence

    Minorities Commission To Investigate Shillong Violence

    The National Commission for Minorities will send a member to the Meghalaya capital Shillong to investigate the clashes between residents of the city's Punjabi Line area and Khasi drivers of state-run buses, the panel's chief said today

  • Army, Central Forces Called In After More Clashes In Shillong: 10 Facts

    Army, Central Forces Called In After More Clashes In Shillong: 10 Facts

    The Army has been called into Shillong after fresh violence broke out in the Meghalaya capital this evening. Cellphone internet and text messages have been switched off in the entire Khasi hills region. Sources said if that is not enough, the authorities will pull the plug on private broadband. The home ministry has sent in 11 companies of para-mil...

  • Six Companies Of Central Forces Okayed For Shillong: Meghalaya Top Cop

    Six Companies Of Central Forces Okayed For Shillong: Meghalaya Top Cop

    The Centre has approved deployment of six additional companies of paramilitary forces in Shillong, where fresh bouts of violence broke out last night, prompting police to use tear gas shells to quell a mob, a top police officer said.

  • Punjab Government To Send Team Amid Reports Of Threats To Shillong Sikhs

    Punjab Government To Send Team Amid Reports Of Threats To Shillong Sikhs

    Concerned about reports of security threats to Sikhs in Shillong, the Amarinder Singh government in Punjab has decided to rush a four-member team headed by Cabinet Minister Sukhjinder Randhawa to the Meghalayan capital, an official said in Chandigarh on Sunday.

  • Meghalaya Chief Minister Says Violence Was Sponsored, Orders Tough Action

    Meghalaya Chief Minister Says Violence Was Sponsored, Orders Tough Action

    The spiral of violence that Shillong has seen in the past three days, leading to group clashes was sponsored, says Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma.

  • Shillong Violence Spreads Despite Curfew, 500 People In Army Shelter

    Shillong Violence Spreads Despite Curfew, 500 People In Army Shelter

    The army was called in to conduct flag marches and curfew continued in parts of Meghalaya's capital Shillong for the third day on Saturday after night-long violence during which a mob burnt a shop, a house and damaged at least five vehicles besides injuring a senior police officer.

  • Curfew In Shillong After A Night Of Clashes, 3 Arrested For Violence

    Curfew In Shillong After A Night Of Clashes, 3 Arrested For Violence

    A verbal duel between a woman, who was saved by a whisker when a bus zoomed past her, and the conductor of the state-run bus allegedly led to a series clashes in Meghalaya's capital Shillong last evening. An indefinite curfew has been imposed in parts of the city which looks calm at the moment.

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