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Protest over sex racket

Women protesters under the banner of Dimasa Mothers' Association, an organisation of Dimasa community in Dima Hasao district, today gheraoed Haflong police station demanding action against a police constable and her sister who were arrested on Friday for ... The Telegraph, 1 week ago

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Petition on Haflong road

The All Dimasa Students' Union and several NGOs here have moved the Dima Hasao administration over delay in construction of the 8km Haflong-Jatinga Road in the central Assam district. The organisations today submitted a memorandum to deputy commissioner Juri ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago Dimasa student body moves Education Minister  The Assam Tribune2 months ago Dimasa union demands varsity  Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago

Mistaken identity kills Dimasa elder

A case of mistaken identity led to the death of the headman of a Dimasa village along Karbi Anglong's border with Nagaland, after a police team fired at him in retaliation, suspecting him to be an NSCN (I-M) militant. According to police, the headman was the ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Literary bodies to move top court

ATTSA members demonstrate seeking inclusion in the NRC in Guwahati on Wednesday. Picture by UB Photos Guwahati, July 1 : The apex literary bodies of seven indigenous communities will move the Supreme Court against Assam chief minister Tarun ...
 Calcutta Telegraph5 days ago

Hmar village attacked in Cachar

Silchar, June 25: Tension prevailed at Joypur in Lakhipur constituency of Assam's Cachar district following an alleged attack on the Hmars of Choto Kumpi village by a few members of the Pnar (Jaintia) community of the neighbouring Boro Kumpi ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

NRC may not include 70% Barak tribals

Silchar: The All Assam Tribal Sangh (AATS), an umbrella organization of a number of tribal communities, has expressed fear that 70% of 3 lakh tribals in the Barak Valley areas may not find a place in the updated National Register of Citizens (NRC). ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Lying low in Bengaluru

There is a growing trend of insurgents from the Northeast finding shelter in the city, writes Vijay Grover Facing hostility People from the Northeast have been at the receiving end of discrimination. Photo: Ujjal Deb On 13 June, the Bangalore ...
 Tehelka2 weeks ago

Student body calls for protest on NRC

Correspondent SILCHAR, June 15 The All Cachar Karimganj Hailakandi Students Association (ACKHSA) has decided to launch a statewide protest to drive home its demand to consider the 2014 Lok Sabha electoral roll as the base year for updating the ...
 Assam Tribune3 weeks ago

Petition filed on NRC update

Silchar, June 14: A south Assam-based human rights group has filed a writ petition in the Supreme Court for making the 2014 voter list the base for updating the National Register of Citizens, 1951. The Barak Valley Human Rights Protection ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Scrutiny for council work

Governor P.B. Acharya in Haflong recently. Telegraph picture Nagaon, June 13: After Dima Hasao, Assam governor P.B. Acharya has begun his Karbi Anglong visit to scrutinise the work of the autonomous council against which he had received several ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago
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