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BJP to ‘help’ NPP, non – Congress candidates

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Shillong, Jan 10: With National People’s Party (NPP) joining the BJP-led NDA bandwagon in Centre, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Meghalaya too has decided to support NPP in state during the Meghalaya Assembly Election 2013.

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BJP to take advantage of anti – Congress ‘mood’, infighting

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Shillong, Jan 10: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Meghalaya is confident that it will win at least 6 – 7 seats in the upcoming Assembly elections, taking advantage of the anti – Congress ‘mood’ across the country and anti – incumbency in the party.
Meghalaya BJP General Secretary Dipayan Chakraborty Thursday said, “As of today, we have a very good chance due to the anti – Congress mood of people and infighting in Congress”. 

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Use me as your instrument: Adelbert to voters

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Shillong, Jan 10: With the Election Commission of India (ECI) allowing Khun Hynniewtrep National Awakening Movement (KHNAM) to be retained as an party, the latter has decided to go all out in its political campaign for the Meghalaya Assembly polls 2013.
ECI has allowed KHNAM to be retained as an party after finding alleged manipulations on the part of former KHNAM president Paul Lyngdoh regarding the merger of his party with UDP.

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Govt orders probe, MMSA puts agitation in abeyance

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Shillong, Jan 10: The Meghalaya Medical Services Association (MMSA) on Thursday decided to keep its agitational programme in abeyance after government ordered an inquiry into the assault of Dr Apchan Sangma of Mahendraganj CHC.
Dy Chief Minster Rowell Lyngdoh on Thursday convened a meeting with the MMSA members in the presence of officials from the health department.

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KHNAM retains identity, joins election fray with high hopes

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SHILLONG, Jan 10: The President of the Khun Hynniewtrep National Awakening Movement (KHNAM), Pyndap Saiborne on Thursday expressed deep satisfaction over the decision taken by the Election Commission of India (ECI) to retain the identity of the party in the state.
“The decision taken by the Election Commission is very right. Now we can proudly say that it is a triumph of a small regional party who is fighting and working for the betterment of the indigenous community,” the President of the party asserted.
Expressing contentment over the decision taken by ECI, Saiborne said that no matter how much former KHNAM president Paul Lyngdoh tried to scrap off the party KHNAM has shown its worth.

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