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AASU rally against jihadis
Assam Tribune

Subansiri project: Call to protect indigenous people

Staff Reporter GUWAHATI, Dec 9 Representatives of the All Assam Students Union (AASU) and its 26 allied organisations today demanded that the views of the expert committee of the State in case of the Lower Subansiri Hydroelectric Power Project ... Assam Tribune, 1 month ago
AASU rally against jihadis Assam Tribune, 2 months ago
Assam Tribune

Pratima Pandey award to Rabha folk exponent

Staff Reporter Deepak Kumar Pam of Krishnai, Goalpara receiving the Padmashree Pratima Baruah Pandey Memorial Award instituted by AASU, in Guwahati on Saturday. - AT Photo GUWAHATI, Dec 27 Honouring his dedication and zeal for preserving and ...
 Assam Tribune1 month ago

Republic Day celebrated across State

NCC cadets during the Republic Day parade in Mangaldai on Monday. - UB Photos GUWAHATI, Jan 27 The 66th Republic Day was celebrated all over the State on Monday. Our correspondents report: MANGALDAI: The Republic Day was celebrated in Darrang ...
 Assam Tribune18 hours ago

Sand miner's body dug out from Batha bank

Borjhar, Jan. 8 : The body of a worker buried alive in a landslip along the Batha river in south Kamrup yesterday afternoon was recovered by Palasbari police this morning after a four-hour rescue operation. Pradip Rabha, 25, had been buried alive ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

NIA chief at carnage villages

Sharad Kumar visits Santipur village in Kokrajhar on Thursday. Picture by UB Photos Tezpur/Kokrajhar, Jan. 8: Security forces today arrested three more cadres of the Songbijit faction of the NDFB as part of their operations against the outfit ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago

Home-grown terrorism

back in news for violence, but ethno-nationalism may worsen the conflict and lead to further polarisation and bloodshed, writes ANANYA BORGOHAIN Violence in Assam is not a new issue; a notion of Assam being a conflicted zone has been seeped deep ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago
India Today

In a state of constant alarm

The massacre of 76 Adivasis in Assam may have just opened the floodgates for more bloodbath On August 20, 16-year-old Priya Basumatary, a Class X student of Runikhata Girls' High School in Dwimuguri village of Assam's Chirang district, was ...
 India Today3 weeks ago

Teams visit relief camps in Sonitpur

Correspondent TEZPUR, Jan 1 The goodwill mission of 26 organisations, led by the AASU, visited relief camps, set up in the aftermath of the recent carnage by NDFB(S) militants, and interacted with the inmates on Wednesday. The organisations vowed ...
 Assam Tribune3 weeks ago

Chandubi Festival begins today

Correspondent MIRZA, Dec 31 Kamrup DC Dr J Balaji has enforced Section 144 CrPC in Chandubi Beel banning swimming and boating in the famous Chandubi Beel in a bid to protect tourists, stated a press release issued by Lakhi Biswas, DIPRO, Kamrup. ...
 Assam Tribune3 weeks ago

Guwahati gets into the groove to celebrate Chandubi festival

Guwahati: The serenity of the freshwater lake Chandubi will add colour to the vivid tribal culture and help the Chandubi Festival gain popularity. The festival will commence on the New Year's Day and welcome the tourists to this remotest corner in ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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