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Journalist Patricia Mukhim resigns from Editors Guild of India, accuses the Guild of defending only ‘celebrity’ editors and anchors

The Meghalaya High Court had found journalist Patricia Mukhim guilty of inciting communal disharmony over a Facebook post.

‘Rights cannot be claimed by depriving others of freedom’: Editor who hailed Arnab’s arrest in the dock, HC refuses to quash FIR against her

Ironically, Patricia Mukhim, who is currently in the dock for making an 'objectionable' post on Facebook, had refused to condemn Maharashtra government's witch-hunt against Arnab Goswami

Anti Bengali posters in Meghalaya: BJP MLA seeks Himanta Biswa Sarma’s help to withdraw FIR against KSU president

Sanbor Shullai has sought assistance from Himanta Biswa Sarma in withdrawing an FIR filed against KSU president.

Meghalaya: Khasi student body puts up racist posters saying “All Meghalaya Bengalis are Bangladeshis”

The banners put up by Khasi Students Union read, ''All Meghalaya Bengalis are Bangladeshis'' and "Khasiland for Khasis; Foreigners Go Away".

Meghalaya: Local Bengali youths attacked brutally in suspected hate crime, police warn against breaching communal peace

Six Bengali youths were injured grievously in Meghalaya on Friday after they were attacked by unidentified goons.

69-years old Meghalaya doctor dies two days after testing positive for coronavirus, six members of his family tested positive

Dr John L Sailo Ryntathiang was the director of the Bethany hospital in Shillong, and a prominent doctor in Meghalaya

After removal of Lord Ganesha idol in NIT, legal rights group demands removal of Christian idols from all govt offices in Meghalaya

Legal Rights Observatory has demanded that all Christian idols be removed from government offices and campuses in Meghalaya.

Demography is Destiny: The lesson from the removal of the Lord Ganesh idol from NIT Meghalaya

Demography is Destiny. That's the message that was conveyed loud and clear by the removal of the idol of Lord Ganesh from NIT Meghalaya.

Lord Ganesha idol removed from NIT in Christian majority Meghalaya as it could have caused ‘communal tensions’

NIT Meghalaya has decided to remove the Ganesha idol, which was installed only a week ago, as local student body believe that it might lead to 'communal' tensions in the Christian majority state. 

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