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From student leader to Meghalaya chief minister


A practising physician, Mukul Sangma was active in the Congress politics right from his student days and rose to become a leader from the Garo Hills region soon after P.A. Sangma left the party in the 1990s.

East Bengal held by Lajong


Toppers East Bengal had to be satisfied with a goal-less draw against Shillong Lajong FC in their ninth round I-League match here today.

Played under extreme cold conditions, East Bengal were happy w

Akram brilliance earns Churchill win in Shillong


A brilliant goal from Akram Moghrabi in injury time helped Churchill Brothers earn full points against hosts Shillong Lajong in the round seven match of the I-League here at JN Sports Complex on Satur

Root out corruption to improve standard of administration: CAG

India will not be able to raise thestandards of efficiency in administration unless corruption in high places is not destroyed and nepotism and black marketing is rooted out, Comptroller and Auditor G

Sporting desperate for their first win

After a great start to their I-League campaign, Shillong Lajong will host Sporting Clube de Goa in a third round match here at JN Sports Complex, on Sunday (October 28).

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A much-needed win for Sporting

Sporting Clube De Goa came from behind to beat Shillong Lajong FC 2-1 before a packed stadium in a round three match of the I-League football here Sunday.

It was in the added minute of the first half

Kidnapped engineers in Meghalaya still untraced

Security forces have launched an operation in western Meghalaya to rescue five people, including three road engineers of a Hyderabad-based road construction company, abducted by rebels of the outlawed

India's first glass mosque - in Shillong


India will have its first glass mosque - in the country's northeast.

Madina Masjid, an imposing and resplendent structure of glass dome and glass minarets, will formally open doors to devotees on Thu

Earthquake rocks North Eastern states

An earthquake of moderate intensity rocked the entire north eastern region with no injury to people and damage to property.

The earthquake having a magnitude of 5.0 on the Richter scale shook the reg

Two police trainees forced to drink urine by senior

Two police constables in Meghalaya were allegedly forced to drink urine of their fellow trainees by their instructor as punishment after a minor scuffle in the camp, official sources said here on Satu

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