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Sunday , July 23 , 2017
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Encroachers stay put

Attempts by the Tinsukia district administration in flood-hit Assam to send back people of Laika and Dodhia villages, who tried to encroach and settle at Tarani reserve forest four days back,...   | Read..

Lack of land hit projects: CAG

A performance audit carried out by the comptroller and auditor general (CAG) on flood control has revealed that construction of three embankments in Assam were left...   | Read..

Sonowal stresses connectivity boost

Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal today said his government and the Centre have made road infrastructure a priority.   | Read..

Agitation threat in Barak area

The central committee of the All Cachar Karimganj Hailakandi Students' Association (ACKHSA) today threatened to launch a severe agitation across the Barak Valley if the...   | Read..

2 held for ransom demand

Two persons were today arrested for allegedly demanding a ransom of Rs 20 lakh from a contractor engaged by Brahmaputra Cracker Polymers Limited (BCPL).   | Read..

Jamiat to present harass 'evidence'

The Assam unit of Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind today said it would take a woman from lower Assam's Goalpara district to Prime Minister Narendra Modi soon as "evidence" to...   | Read..

Ganja haul

Two persons were arrested and 30kg of ganja and 50 litres of local liquor seized from Kalibari railway colony here today.   | Read..

Bank strike next month on reforms

8. Banks in Assam will stay closed on August 22 as part of a nationwide bandh call given by the All India Bank Employees' Association (AIBEA) against banking reforms.   | Read..

Mission Football launched

The Meghalaya government launched a Rs 560-crore initiative, Mission Football, here today with the aim of developing the sport at the grassroots level as well as its...   | Read..

Government apathy irks youth council

The Hynñiewtrep Youths Council (HYC) today announced it would implement anti-influx mechanisms, including Inner Line Permit (ILP), in Khasi and Jaintia regions of...   | Read..

RSS, Cong trade charges over camp

The RSS today filed a case against Congress Mariani legislator Rupjyoti Kurmi for allegedly trying to prevent its training programme at Mariani College ground yesterday.   | Read..

Panel plan on hill dwellers

The Committee for Protection of Land Rights of Indigenous People, under the chairmanship of former Chief Election Commissioner Hari Sankar Brahma, submitted its interim...   | Read..

Glare on rash driving

A special drive by city police today detected 400 traffic violations and 46 motorcycles were detained.   | Read..

Teachers' transfer routine, says Biren

Chief minister N. Biren Singh told the Assembly today that schoolteachers were transferred under a government policy.   | Read..

CAG report an eye-opener, says AASU

Student organisations and political parties today said the comptroller and auditor general (CAG) report that revealed Assam had received 60 per cent less funds to...   | Read..

None from Liezietsu camp sworn in

The new T.R. Zeliang council of ministers in Nagaland sworn-in this evening does not have 11 MLAs loyal to the ruling Naga People's Front (NPF) president and dismissed...   | Read..
Encroachers stay put
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