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Supply routes blocked, crisis threatens Garo Hills

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TURA, July 07: The ongoing crisis within the Garo Hills region seems to be one that does not want to die down. While there was relative calm over the past few days, recent events have added fuel to the fire and things have gone downhill ever since. To further mash up the situation, the minority community within the Assam region has called for an indefinite blockade against the region due to the violence and death of people from their community.

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Mooshahary willing to become ‘mediator’ between Assam – Meghalaya

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SHILLONG, July 06: In order to iron – out the vexed Assam – Meghalaya boundary issue, outgoing Governor RS Mooshahary has indicated his willingness to be the “mediator” between the two neighboring states.
The issue had created fissures and the problem has eluded solution despite innumerous meeting between the Chief Ministers, Chief Secretaries and other officials of the two states.
Just before his departure to Guwahati along with his family members from the Shillong Raj Bhavan on Saturday morning, Mooshahary told reporters that he is willing to be a mediator between the two neighbouring north eastern states to resolve the boundary issue which has been eluding solution for almost four decades.

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Assam Rifles shows highhandedness, scuffles with Police

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SHILLONG, July 06: Assam Rifles (AR) personnel on Saturday evening forcibly took away one of its rifleman K Gurung from the police custody after a drunken group of the paramilitary force assaulted traffic policemen at Madanryting.

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All I did was roar…: Mooshahary

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Deepak Singh

SHILLONG, July 05: The outgoing Governor of Meghalaya, Ranjit Shekhar Mooshahary, has been a Governor with a difference. He is one of the few Governors who have made their presence felt, not by extended tenure or flamboyant speeches, but taking actions and attempting to rectify lot of things.
Talking exclusively to Meghalaya Times on Friday, at the end of his illustrious tenure as he is supposed to vacate his office by Saturday, he said the role of Governor is very limited as he ‘does not govern’.
The Governor’s role is ‘only’ to advise or suggest. If they are not adhered to or not implemented, then he needs to roar. “So I roared,” exclaimed Mooshahary.

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Peace meeting turns ugly, violence triggers again in Garo Hills

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Tura, July 06: Garo Hills has been going through a phase of uncertainty that has been threatening the thin balance of peace within the region. The peace which has been brokered for now by the District Administrations of both sides of the border was threatened again. The village of Monabari and its neighbouring areas once again came into the limelight on Saturday.

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‘Restless Desire’ is Meghalaya’s new Icon

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SHILLONG, July 06: The grand finale of the “Meghalaya Icon 4” rocked as every year and “Restless Desire” stole the hearts of the judges and the music lovers who had thronged the Laban Sports ground on Saturday to witness the slugfest between the eleven bands that had made it to the final.

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Amidst stiff opposition, KHADC Delimitation Bill passed

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SHILLONG, July 05: Amidst protest and walkout, the Khasi Hills Autonomous District Council (KHADC) passed the amendment Bill of the KHADC Autonomous District (Constitution of District Councils) Rules, 2013, ahead of the 2014 MDC elections in the state.
The session on Friday was held to discuss on the Autonomous District Rules with main focus on the proposed delimitation of MDC constituencies before the House agrees to pass it.

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