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Jonathone N. Sangma was an aspirant for getting elected as a member of the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly. The irony was however, that during the campaign, Jonathone lost his life, killed in an explosion of an improvised explosive device, the sound which shook the small village of Sawilgre, across the Simsang River. A pall of gloom fell upon the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and also specially the family of the slain leader, his wife Krinilla, a mother of three children.

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Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party Chief Neiphiu Rio along with BJP leader and North East in-charge Ram Madhav met Governor PB Acharya on Sunday the 4th March to stake claim to form the next Government in Nagaland.

JD (U) and the Independent candidate Tongpang Ozukum have pledged their support to the Government.

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The BJP and it’s electoral ally tribal based Indigenous Peoples Front of Tripura (IPFT) has scripted a history by eroding 25 yrs old Left Front from the power with a humiliating defeat in the assembly election. Except CPI-M none of it’s front partner Forward Bloc, RSP and CPI could be able to win even a single seat and Left Front end up at 16, which was 51 in last assembly. The BJP alone could secure the victory in 35 seats including 10 tribal reserved seats of 59 while IPFT won 8 of the 9 seats they contested. The tribal base considered to be the foundation of CPI-M in Tripura was uprooted by two years old BJP led alliance by winning the heart of tribal people initiating a strategic agenda.

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Meghalaya had always witnessed a fractured mandate and formation of coalition governments, except in the initial years of state formation, when the All Party Hills Leaders Conference (APHLC), which spear-head the separate Hill State Legislative Assembly, for almost three term. With the fragmentation APHLC and the emergence of Regional Parties of the era of single majority party in the state came to an end, becoming only a history. 

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The First ever Indian Film Festival Mizoram opened to a full house amongst sheer excitement and grandeur at Vanapa Hall in Aizawl on 23rd January 2018 The Festival jointly organised by the Government of Mizoram and its State Partners-Innovations India Advertising & Events Pvt. Ltd. which was inaugurated by the honourable Chief Minister of Mizoram, Sh. Lal Thanhawla. The event saw the presence of a number of top Film Makers from India and abroad, Ministers, Govt. Officials, Miss Mizoram, Fashion Icons and crème de la crème of Mizoram.

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