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44 percent voting till 1 PM in Meghalaya
Millennium Post

Meghalaya registers 44 percent polling till 1 pm

Meghalaya witnessed brisk polling till 1 pm with over 44 percent voters cast their vote to elect a Lok Sabha member from Tura in the state. The by-poll was necessitated in the wake of the death of former Lok Sabha Speaker Purno A. Sangma on ... News24online, 1 month ago
44% voting till 1 pm in Meghalaya New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago
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28 per cent voting till 11 in Meghalaya by-election

TURA: Twenty-eight per cent polling was recorded in the first four hours of voting in by-election to the Lok Sabha from Tura in Meghalaya. Despite gloomy weather, voters queued up in 945 polling booths across the five districts of Garo Hills ...
 Economic Times1 month ago 28 percent voting till 11 in Meghalaya  IANS Live1 month ago 28 pc voting till 11 in Meghalaya  Samaylive1 month ago
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Over 70 pc voting recorded in Tura Lok Sabha bypoll in Meghalaya

Tura (Meghalaya), May 16 (UNI) Over 70 per cent of the total 6,22,189 electorates casted their votes today as polling ended peacefully for the by-election to the Tura Lok Sabha bypoll with no report of any untoward incident in Meghalaya. The ...
 United News of India1 month ago Meghalaya bypoll : 28 pc voting in Tura till 1100 hrs  United News of India1 month ago Low Pressure to cross TN coast on May 17  United News of India1 month ago
The Telegraph

BJP predicts early polls in Meghalaya

The BJP today predicted early elections in Meghalaya while laying down the blueprint for those who wish to join the party. Addressing reporters here today, BJP national spokesperson Nalin S. Kohli, who is also the in-charge of the party in Meghalaya, ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago With an eye on Meghalaya polls, BJP plays minority card  Economic Times1 week ago BJP attacks Meghalaya govt, blows poll bugle  The Telegraph1 week ago Earthquake shook Meghalaya and NE states  United News of India1 month ago

BJP to take up eviction notice issue to Khasi families in B'desh with Centre

Shillong, Jun 21 (UNI) Meghalaya BJP unit today expressed deep concern on the alleged atrocities being committed on the minorities in Bangladesh, as the Dhaka district administration has reportedly issued an eviction notice to over 700 Khasi ...
 United News of India1 week ago

TN poll percentage 42.1 per cent by 1 PM

16 May 2016, Chennai, PTI Tamil Nadu recorded 42.1 per cent polling till 1 PM, Chief Electoral Officer Rajesh Lakhoni said here today. "Chennai recorded 38 per cent voting till 1 PM, which is good and still there is time till evening," he ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago Kerala records 43.88 per cent polling till 1 PM  Equilibrio Informativo1 month ago Kerala Records 28.46% Polling Till Noon  Outlook India1 month ago 12% polling till 9am in Kerala  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Arunachal, Meghalaya and now Tripura: Big trouble for Congress in NE states

The Congress is in big trouble in the north-eastern states after it lost Arunachal Pradesh to dissidence and Assam assembly polls to a BJP-led alliance this year. On Tuesday, Tripura added to the grand old party's misery in the region after six ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago After Assam, BJP eyes Manipur, Meghalaya  Asian Age1 month ago After Assam, BJP targets Congress-ruled Manipur and Meghalaya  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago After Assam, BJP sets sights on Manipur and Meghalaya  Economic Times1 month ago
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Sangma's woes

Reports speak of problems multiplying for Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma. Last month in the Tura parliamentary by-election, the National People's Party candidate Conrad K Sangma, son of former Lok Sabha Speaker, the late PA Sangma, defeated ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago No dissidence in Meghalaya Congress: Chief minister, Mukul Sangma  Economic Times4 weeks ago Meghalaya CM Mukul Sangma's SOS: Didn't meet any Congress leader, says Himanta BiswaSarma  Yahoo! India4 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Meghalaya CM says no threat to Congress government

The Congress government in instability-prone Meghalaya appears to have checked the forces of destabilisation, including the BJP, though dissidents hope the AICC takes a call on their demand for a change of leadership. Chief minister Mukul Sangma ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago Meghalaya: Congress leaders want CM Mukul Sangma to quit after Turadefeat  Yahoo! India1 month ago NPP dares Meghalaya CM to dissolve Assembly  NetIndia123.com1 month ago
DNA India

EC serves notice on Meghalaya CM’s wife

The Election Commission has issued a notice to Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangmas wife Dikkanchi D. Shira, who is contesting the Lok Sabha bypoll in Tura scheduled for Monday, for allegedly campaigning beyond the stipulated time on Saturday. The Congress ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Meghalaya bypoll: After hate speech, Mukul Sangma's wife draws EC's ire, receives notice again  DNA India1 month ago EC serves notice on Meghalaya CM's wife  The Hindu1 month ago EC issues notice to Mukul Sangma's wife  Assam Tribune1 month ago
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