Kamakhya Temple Receives Swachh Iconic Places Award

The second runner-up award in the Swachh Iconic Places in Phase I under the Swachh Bharat Mission initiative was formally handed over to Kamakhya Temple on Friday in New Delhi during the Swachh Mahotsav 2019.

The award was received by the ‘Doloi” of the temple Mohit Chandra Sarma on behalf …

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Assam Swimmer Astha Choudhury Win 2 Gold, 3 Silver In Russia

Assam swimmer Astha Choudhury has brought laurels to the State and country by winning five medals including two gold and three silver at the Xth Asia Pacific Youth Games in Russia’s Vladivostok.

Astha bagged gold medals in 4×50 metre mixed freestyle and 4×50 mixed individual medley relay …

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Assam: Cachar Dist Gears Up For Year-Long ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padao’ Campaign

The district administration of Cachar is all set to start year-long Beti Bachao Beti Padao campaign, a flagship programme launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led NDA government.

With the districts of Dhemaji and Cachar selected for carrying out the year-long campaign in Assam, Cachar deputy commissioner Laya Madduri, unveiling a …

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Two Ulfa-I Rebels Surrender In Tinsukia

The surrendered ultras were identified as Manab Moran alias Tong Asom and Simanta Mech alias Mukut Asom.

According to police, the two ultras laid down arms following concerted operations against the militant outfit by the Assam police, CoBRA (Commando Battalion for Resolute Action), Army, CRPF and Para (SF) near Jagun-Jairampur …

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Assam’S ‘Disturbed Area’ Tag To Remain For Six More Months

The Assam government has declared the entire State as “Disturbed Area” for another six months.

The notification came at a time when there has been demand from several quarters to remove the infamous Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958.

“Consequent upon review of law and order situation in Assam, in …

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Aai Employees Protest At Guwahati Airport Against Privatisation

Hundreds of employees of the Airport Authority of India (AAI) at the LGBI Airport in Guwahati staged protest on Saturday against the Centre’s move to privatise six profit-making airports including the LGBI airport.

The AAI employees under the banner of Joint Forum of Unions and Associations of AAI staged …

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Assam: Police Arrest One For Forging Documents To Make It To Nrc

Assam police recently arrested one Miraj Ali for allegedly submitting forged documents for inclusion in the final list of National Register of Citizens (NRC).

As per reports, Ali, who had been declared a foreigner by the Foreigner’s Tribunal in December 2013, was arrested by Jagiroad police on Thursday.

Ali …

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Foundation Day Of Gimt, Gips Observed

Girijananda Chowdhury Institute of Management and Technology (GIMT) and Girijananda Chowdhury Institute of Pharmaceutical Science (GIPS) on Saturday observed its 14th and 13th foundation day respectively.

The flag was hoisted by SSA president Ratul Das.

Other members present were GIPS principal Dr Gouranga Das, Dean of administration of GIPS/GIMT …

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Assam: Man Trampled To Death By Wild Elephant In Udalguri

A 62-year-old man in Bholatar village under Dimakuchi PS of Udalguri district was trampled to death by a wild elephant in the wee hours of Saturday morning.

The incident took place when the deceased along with some villagers had gone to chase away a wild elephant that had entered their …

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Citizens’ Group Urges Govt To Take Parties Into Confidence On Nrc

Citizens Rights Preservation Committee (CRPC), Assam, has vowed to take the issue of National Register of Citizens (NRC) to the national platform.

Addressing a press meet in Silchar on Friday, CRPC secretary general SadhanPurkayastha said that the whole issue is a political one and has to be addressed taking all …

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Attsa Appeals To Te Doctor’S Who Resigned To Return To Work

The Assam Tea Tribes Students’ Association on Friday appealed to the doctors, who had left the tea gardens in the wake of killing of Teok Tea Estate physician Deben Dutta, to return to work.

Dutta succumbed to his injuries allegedly inflicted by garden workers following the death of one of …

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