Bharatiya Janata Party president Rajnath Singh on Friday has warned that the country could land in big trouble if the government fails to check the stepped up activities of the Maoist rebels who have sneaked into Assam from Bhutan. Addressing a press conference on Friday, the BJP president said the Maoist rebels have been operating in the north eastern states. He said Maoist rebels have been spreading to as many as 170 district of the country. He said the Government should deal with the situation firmly to avoid this situation.
28 Jul 2014 - 9:52pm | AT News
Dispur is understood to gave sought the Centre's technical support to set up skill development training centres to help the youth to increase their employability quotient and find jobs outside...
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Police have arrested one more youth in connection with the recent molestation case on the GS Road. Operation is on to nab 8 others culprits who outraged the modesty of a teen aged girl in full view...
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A section of ministers has come in for sharp critism for alleged under performance. A circle of ministers and MLAs, known for waging war against Tarun Gogoi and a few of his trusted men, came down...
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Three polling officials sustained injury when KPLT militants targeted three buses carrying them to Diphu on Tuesday.The incident took place at Howraghat in the evening when the three buses carrying...
Guwahati hosted the first ever International Tourism Mart of the North-East on Friday.The three-day event at the Sarusajai sports complex witnesses large number of nations and a matching assemblage of delegates showcasing the tourism products and their potentiality.The event brings together diverse stakeholders of the tourism industry including tour operators, travel writers, entrepreneurs, adventurers, filmmakers, hoteliers, etc., from different parts of the globe and their engagement with their counterparts in the North-East could open up new vistas in the region’s tourism sector. The overseas delegates are coming from the ASEAN countries besides Japan, Korea, Australia, France, Germany,...
Annual Spords Day and Bhogali Bihu celebration by Assam Association Delhi will be held on January 20 at Central Secretariat Sports Ground, Binay marg, near Ashoka Hotel, New Delhi. The event will start at 10 am with flag hoisting. All are welcome.
The Department of Women's Studies, Gauhati University is planning to organise a Training Programme on Research Methodology in Social Sciences (Qualitative Research Methodology) from 4- 9 March, 2013. Eligibility Criteria: All those, pursuing their doctoral work, and college or university teachers, or members of recognized research institutions who are engaged in doctoral work or engaged in or planning to engage themselves in research work (not necessary for Ph.D.) will be eligible to apply for the programme.Intake capacity: 30Programme participation certificate:The participants will be provided with the course certificate on successful completion of the programme....
Properties worth several lakh have been reduced to ashes when a
massive fire broke out in Guwahati on Monday.
Initially, the fire broke out at a shop in Junali area which later
spread to the adjacent shops. Five fire tenders have been rushed to
the spot to douse the flames. The reason is yet to be ascertained but
according to preliminary report the fire originated from the electric
Security forces in Tinsukia district recovered a huge cache of
explosives on Sunday.
Acting on a tip off army and police raided a house in Laila Dhulijan
where a huge cache of explosives were recovered. These include 3
bottle grenades and 12 detonetor sticks along 2 KG RDX, 2 Chinese
grenades. The explosives were recovered after security forces arrested
an ULFA militant in the area.
In a bizarre incident that runs into a statewide shockwave, a woman allegedly hacked to death her husband during a quarrel over his persistent drinking habit in Sibsagar district on Sunday. The incident took place early on Sunday, when Lalita Chettri attacked her husband, who was in his early 40s, with an axe after the couple had an argument over the husband's drinking habit. Lalita's husband Prasad Chettri died on the spot. The woman was arrested.
Regional unit of the AATSA, Nazira organised Tea Tribes Festivel at Nazira Natiya Mandir on January 6. In this connection an open meeting was held under the presidentsip of Amulya Rajkonwar, where different senior aArtist and activist and youth leaders of the community were present. A large numbers of artists were feliciated in the Festivel. In evening a colourful cultural programmes were performed by the Tea Tribe artists.
Renowned film personality Biju Phukan has been hospitalized again on Sunday. Phukan was rushed to the Namecare Hospital after he complained uneasiness in the afternoon. He left the hospital after month long treatment of stork last week. Sources said his condition is stable.
Armed with ULFA support, GNLA spreads its diabolic tentacles in the run up to the Republic Day. A hardcore GNLA militant was killed at an encounter with security forces in Goalpara district of Assam bordering Meghalaya on Saturday. The encounter took place in Dudhnoi where dreaded militant of the Garo outfit Aasela Sangma was killed in the morning. Goalpara superintendent of police Shymal Saikia claimed to have recovered an US made carbine, 2 magzines a radio set from the spot. The encounter took place hours after police arrested a GNLA militant from the area.
Its yet another record the state set on Sunday. Altogether 15000 artists played khol in Titabor to help Sankardev get global recognition.The event took place at Mezenga Pathar in Titabor where dressed in traditional Sankari attires, 15000 artistes played khols for 15 minutes. Sponsored by Srimanta Sankardev Sanhga, the 15 minute long event is the first-ever attempt of its kind where traditional and humble khol made a global debut through the reverberation of over 15,000 khol players beating its leathery pads. According to the organizers, the attempt aims at setting a new record was dedicated to the propagation of Sankardeva's teachings and philosophies. Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi formally...