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    Assam: Mother-daughter killed in a tragic road accident near Amingaon READ MORE The deceased were identified as Manikjaan and her daughter Sulvi (7) who were on their way home in a two-wheeler vehicle. GST Compensation Shortfall: Centre borrows, transfers Rs 6,000 crore to Assam and 17 states, UTs READ MORE In total, Centre to borrow Rs 1.1 lakh crore for meeting GST compensation shortfall Bomb Blast hit a Bengali-medium School at Assam-Mizoram Border; Both States claim it's in their Area READ MORE Silchar MP Rajdeep Roy said that the school which was reportedly attacked is located in Assam Meghalaya woman cop among 4 Indian referees on FIFA’s international list READ MORE Riiohlang Dhar has qualified to be among four women from the country selected to officiate in FIFA international matches. 1962 Indo-Sino War Hero Memorial inaugurated at Bum La READ MORE The war memorial has been constructed at Bum La, where he made the supreme sacrifice

    GST Compensation Shortfall: Centre borrows, transfers Rs 6,000 crore to Assam and 17 states, UTs

    In total, Centre to borrow Rs 1.1 lakh crore for meeting GST compensation shortfall

    Bomb Blast hit a Bengali-medium School at Assam-Mizoram Border; Both States claim it’s in their Area

    Silchar MP Rajdeep Roy said that the school which was reportedly attacked is located in Assam

    Assam: Mother-daughter killed in a tragic road accident near Amingaon

    The deceased were identified as Manikjaan and her daughter Sulvi (7) who were on their way home in a two-wheeler vehicle.

    Arunachal launches IUNC Red Listing process for orchid protection

    Arunachal Pradesh launched International Union for Conservation of Nature’s (IUNC’s) Red Listing process for orchid protection on Saturday

    Meghalaya woman cop among 4 Indian referees on FIFA’s international list

    Riiohlang Dhar has qualified to be among four women from the country selected to officiate in FIFA international matches.

    Assam police conducts online survey on cyber safety awareness

    This survey will help in understanding the threats that people of Assam are exposed to and how have they managed to reduce them.

    1962 Indo-Sino War Hero Memorial inaugurated at Bum La

    The war memorial has been constructed at Bum La, where he made the supreme sacrifice

    Arunachal Pradesh to be included under ESI Scheme for First time

    The ESI Corporation is a pioneer social security organization providing comprehensive benefits like reasonable medical care and cash benefits

    Meghalaya Youth Policy to be ready by November

    Following the receiving of public feedback, the draft policy will undergo necessary changes before placing it in the cabinet

    COVID-19 vaccine to be free in Assam: Himanta Biswa Sarma

    Assam health minister Himanta Biswa Sarma announced on Friday that COVID-19 vaccine would be distributed free in the state.

    AASU slams Nadda over CAA remark

    AASU said the CAA is an assault on the secular fabric of our constitution

    Assam readying frontline workers’ list for Covid 19 vaccine

    Health department has also planned to carry out Covid-testing at the community-level in full swing from November

    Legendary cricketer Kapil Dev hospitalised after suffering heart attack

    The 62-year-old legendary cricketer underwent angioplasty at the Fortis Escort Hospital in Delhi and is said to be in a stable condition now

    NF Railways to run 2 more Festival Special trains

    The new Festival Special trains are – 04083/04084 Katihar-Delhi Special and 01665/01666 Agartala-Habibganj Special.

    Assam-Mizoram Border Row: MHA Joint Secy (North East) calls on Mizoram CM

    The MHA Joint Secretary conveyed to the Chief Minister his expectation that normalcy is restored soon

    World’s Largest Transport Aircraft reached Kolkata with Baghjan snubbing equipment

    The OIL brought the snubbing unit weighing around 59,000 kg from Canada

    Sikkim: SPYF stages protest demanding basic public rights

    Sikkim Progressive Youth Front have been sitting outside the Secretariat since Thursday and spent the night there to demand basic rights

    Plugging the Question Paper ‘Leak’

    Though every question paper leak is a serious offense, when it happens in an examination to recruit police officers, it forces all to revisit the way these examinations are being conducted

    Plugging the Question Paper ‘Leak’

    Though every question paper leak is a serious offense, when it happens in an examination to recruit police officers, it forces all to revisit the way these examinations are being conducted

    OPINION

    About ‘Coronavirus’ & it’s Recommendations

    There are two domains in the S1 subunit which Coronavirus recognize as a variety of host receptors, leading to the viral attachment

    Communication and ‘Mitigated Speech’ in COVID affected World

    “Mitigated speech” is inherent in communication between subordinates and the superiors, especially in Asian cultures like ours

    Turning Crisis into Opportunity: Kanyaka, Pabhoi Greens way

    Pabhoi Greens also produces around 300 metric tonnes of pure organic vermicompost manure along with neem-based biopesticides

    Many Unanswered Questions Plumed in the Smoke of Baghjan Blaze

    Oil and Petroleum Ministry needs to keenly observe the nexus of corrupt oil officials and insurance companies, where there is suspicion

    Un(law)king Are We?

    As the Government tries to balance the pandemic and functioning of a country in the best way, the citizens need to take their duties seriously

    Nature-Society Relation – a Critical Interrogation

    The recent episodes of Baghjan Oil well fire, coal mining in DihingPatkai Biosphere Reserve, and the proposed extended-reach drilling under DibruSaikhowa National Park unfolds how ‘capitalist globalization’ continuously reproduces the frontiers

    Need for Sustaining Mother Language’s Relevance in Present day

    Children with a strong foundation in their first language often display a deeper understanding of themselves and their place within society

    Opinion: In Search of the Ramrajya

    News of scattered communal riots are coming from different parts including Assam; helping us observe and understand how such elements have started gaining foothold across the Assamese public discourse.

    The Power of The Crowd

    The only beacon of hope amidst these testing times are the actions taken on by the people across the society to help the victims of Assam

    “Humanity is at stake?”

    It’s always easy to judge from afar unless you are in that basket and know what the actual scenario is. I guess...

    TIMECAST

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    Spooky places in Assam that will give you Goosebumps!

    Apart for being popular for its rich wildlife, archaeological sites and tea plantations, Assam is also famous for its supernatural world and creepy, haunted stories. In any case, in your excursion, you may come across unusual and odd occurrences, which may or may not be paranormal. So watch your back where you go

    PUBS and Pandemic: How are bars, pubs coping up...

    In the past six months, life has been thrown into disarray as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Hospitality is among the sectors that have seen brutal financial and job losses through the Covid-19 fightback

    Want to listen to music offline? Here are some...

    Today, everyone uses Smartphone regardless of where they are and this helps them to satisfy their need to listen to any kind to music. But the problem arises when you don’t get access to free Wi-Fi or internet

    Graffiti: Dead walls do tell us tales

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    Sikkim: SPYF stages protest demanding basic public rights

    Sikkim Progressive Youth Front have been sitting outside the Secretariat since Thursday and spent the night there to demand basic rights

    Arunachal: 1 Assam Rifles jawan martyred in ambush

    The deceased, Babu Rao, was a resident of Andhra Pradesh has sustained grievous bullet injuries and dies on the way to hospital.

    Heavy rainfall predicted over Assam, Northeast for 3 days: IMD

    The list of hassle goes on as heavy rainfall and thunderstorms are predicted over Assam and some areas of northeast for three days.

    Rs 10 Lakh to Raben Das’s family who died in Anti-Cattle Smuggling Operation

    Das died on Saturday night during an operation against cattle smugglers Mankachar in South Salmara district

    IIT-G students selected for Prime Minister’s Research Fellows Scheme

    A total of 14 students from Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati have been selected for the Prime Minister’s Research Fellow scheme

    Final User Trial of Anti Tank Guided Missile Carried Out

    The anti-tank missile has “Fire & Forget” “Top Attack” capabilities with passive homing guidance to defeat all MBTs equipped with composite and reactive armour

    Assam: Amrit Cement to award 3 Puja Mandaps for maintain COVID protocols

    Amrit Cement brings forward Amrit Cement Healthy Puja Award 2020 in association with TIME8 & 92.7 BIG FM

    Grant ST status before 2021 polls: Koch Rajbongshi Sahitya Sabha submits Justification Report

    The KRSS said that it has included all the scientific evidence required to establish the reasons why the Koch Rajbongshi community needed to be granted the ST status

    No glitz & spectacle: Assam begins Durga Puja 2020 in a Humble way

    The Assam government guidelines to allow only for the rituals to perform with restrictions have subdued the spirits of the puja committees who have diluted their preparations this year.

    Supply of Essential Commodities at Assam-Mizoram border Returns to Normal: CM Sonowal

    Mizoram had said it would explore possibilities of transporting essential goods through Myanmar or Bangladesh

    BREAKING: Assam Govt to fund Gaushalas to feed Cows

    Assam Council of Ministers decided to provide funding to Gaushalas to fill up the gap in funds required to feed the cows

    Complete BTC poll by Dec 15: Assam Cabinet to EC

    The cabinet also recommended proclamation of Governor’s rule in BTC till elections are held

    Assam: Youth mysteriously found dead in Maligaon

    The body of the youth was discovered mysteriously over a drain by locals in BBC Colony of the Pandu area in Guwahati.

    Amit Shah dials Assam CM as border tension with Mizoram increases

    Amit Shah inquired about the steps being taken by the state government to defuse tension along Assam-Mizoram border

    Assam CM Sarbananda Sonowal inaugurates Ganeshguri Flyover

    The bridge has been completed within 19 months and has opened on the day of Maha Shashthi as a Durga Puja gift to the citizens of the city.

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    COVID-19 curve in Assam starts to flatten; health minister

    The COVID-19 curve in the state has started flattening with the constant fall in positivity rate of the cases, claimed Himanta Biswa Sarma

    CAA will be implemented soon: BJP chief JP Nadda

    The BJP chief said that due to the Covid-19 pandemic, implementation of CAA got delayed

    Like ‘Ravana’ Congress’s Grand Alliance is a set of Heads only: Sarma

    Congress had asked all the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) forces to join the ‘grand alliance’ to outnumber the BJP

    IN VIDEO: Assam surgeon grooves to ‘Ghungroo’ song to cheer up patients

    A video of an ENT surgeon from Assam dancing on popular song ‘Ghungroo’ wearing PPE kit has taken over the internet

    CM moves PM over Assam Mizoram border dispute

    Assam CM Sarbananda Sonowal telephoned his Mizoram counterpart Zoramthanga and talked to him about the incident that took place at the border

    NIA files charge sheet against 12 people, including 9 Bangladeshi nationals in human trafficking case

    Ruhul Amin Dhali and 10 other arrested accused had illegally entered India in 1980s and established a prostitution racket in various parts of India

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