Kokrajhar, Nov. 15: Kokrajhar (East) MLA Pramila Rani Brahma has urged the state government for a stringent law to end the practice of witch-hunting. She also urged student unions like the Absu to take a leading role in removing such social evils. Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
The lure of working on lucrative highway projects in northeast states has landed yet another contractor from Andhra Pradesh in trouble, after militants owning allegiance to a splinter Bodo group kidnapped a civic contractor in Assam early on Sunday.Mumbai Mirror, 1 month ago
Guwahati, Dec. 19: More than 60,000 cases are pending for investigation in different police stations across Assam. In reply to a question in the Assembly today, cabinet minister Rakibul Hussain said total 60,141 cases are pending for police probe ...Calcutta Telegraph, 13 hours ago
Two insurgent groups from Meghalaya recently laid down their arms but such overtures may not bring permanent peace to the Northeast, says Ratnadip Choudhury Unfinished task The Meghalaya government needs to bring other insurgent groups, too, ...Tehelka, 1 day ago
Correspondent KOKRAJHAR, Nov 20 With a view to generating awareness among the people against witch hunting, a public meeting was held on Saturday at the Basic Training Centre auditorium hall here. The awareness meeting was organised by the ...Assam Tribune, 4 weeks ago
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