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Subba not out of danger

Mani Kumar Subba’s condition refuses to improve on Monday two days after he was admitted to the Medanta Medicity Hospital in Gurgaon.

Doctors attending on the Tezpur independent candidate on Monday conducted a major surgery. But the three time Congress MP in Tezpur is still on ventilation support.

Subba was admitted to GNRC in Dispur on Friday following complaint of stork and high blood pressure at his home in Lakhimpur.

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Normalcy back to BTAD areas, Dhubri

11 Aug 2012 - 4:22am | editor

Life in BTAD areas and Dhubri is limping back to normal. There was no report of any fresh incident from Kokrajhar, Chirang and Dhubri districts during the last 24 hours. But night curfew would continue. A CBI team on Friday visited Kokrajhar to gather inputs on the ethnic clashes that took 77 lives. Headed by a special director K Saleem Ali and Deputy Inspector General Satish Golcha the team gathered inputs on the main reasons behind these incidents.


They further would try to ascertain the possible angle of their investigation. The team straightly left for Joypur village where four Bodo youths were lynched spreading the violence to other places. This was followed by their visit to Ranighuli where three people were killed in militant firing. Then they rushed to Magurimari and Karaigaon.

Let up in waterlogging

16 May 2015 - 3:11pm | AT News

There is some let up in the massive waterlogging that disrupted normal life in Guwahati. 

Surging waters have gone following the halt of rain. But the worst-hit Anilnagar, Nabin nagar are yet to get out of the blues. Waters are still there in some low lying areas. Local residents told Assam Times that this time the surging waters have gone much earlier which suggests that the on going works start working. 

Waterlogging wreaked havoc in parts of the city following heavy downpour on Thursday wee hours. 

Massive water logging in Guwahati

22 Oct 2011 - 3:47am | editor


Massive water logging disrupts normal life in Guwahati following a heavy downpour that lashed the city on Friday. Rains and storm lashed the entire city at around 3-30 which continued till 4-30 in some areas inundating the city’s G S Road and RG Baruah road in the evening.


Hours after the heavy downpour, Ganeshguri, Zoo Road, Chandmari, Bhangagarh, Lachitnagar, Anil Nagar and Nabin nagar area came under the raibn waters. There are reports of land slips in Ganeshguri and Kahilipara area in the city where traffic snarls adds to the woes of the pedestrians. Power cut has made the life more miserable in the evening.