Now, houses in WKH & SWKH razed by cyclones

MAWKYRWAT/NONGSTOIN, April 18: After Tura and its nearby areas on Saturday, strong winds accompanied by heavy rains wreaked havoc in villages from West Khasi Hills and South West Khasi Hills damaging a handful of homes. In West Khasi…

Conrad has reasons to keep BJP at bay

Tura/Shillong, April 17: The NPP decision to keep two BJP MDCs out of the ragtag coalition, in spite of the fact that the saffron party is a partner in the ruling coalition in the state, is a calculated risk. With bare 15 members in the…

BJP likely to stick to NPP

SHILLONG/TURA, April 16: From all indications available, BJP is all set to align with NPP for cobbling a coalition, but not before extracting its pound of flesh. Hectic back channel negotiations are on for suitably accommodating the two…

COMSO stages surprise agitation

SHILLONG: In a surprise agitation, members of COMSO stage a sit in demonstration in front of the main entrance gate of Main Secretariat for a brief period to demand for the implementation of ILP today. The Confederation of Meghalaya…

Banteidor assures to bail out farmers if crisis hits

SHILLONG/ NONGPOH, April 15: At a time when Meghalaya reels under the fresh spike of COVID-19 cases and apprehensions continue to mushroom, Agriculture Minister, Banteidor Lyngdoh, on Thursday assured the farming community of Meghalaya…

People fined for flouting COVID protocols

SHILLONG: District Administrative officials have fined people Rs 2000 in Khyndai Lad today for flouting the mandatory mask wearing order amid a spike in COVID-19 cases in the city. Meghalaya recorded 100 fresh cases on Wednesday alone,…

NPP hopeful of romping home

SHILLONG/ TURA, April 14: From promises of eradicating corruption, bringing in reforms, good governance and administration, political parties and independents alike fighting the GHADC poll battle have thrown it all and all that remains is…