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AASAA wants more fund allocation for Adivasis

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Feb 2: The All Adivasi Students’ Association of Assam (AASAA) has urged the State Government to allocate more funds for the development of the Adivasis in Assam in the next budget session.

Talking to mediapersons in Guwahati today, AASAA president Raphael Kujur said, “There are around 70 lakh people belonging to the Adivasi community i...

 
Jatia Sajagata Mancha up in arms against ’corrupt’ fair price shop owners

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Feb 2: Jatia Sajagata Mancha, Assam has threatened agitation if the Kamrup (metro) district administration does not take action against fair price shop owners indulging in irregularities in distribution of items under the Public Distribution System (PDS).

Jatia Sajagata Mancha, Assam general secretary Manoj Kumar Nath said, “The Jatia Sajaga...

 
Assam Project tops national awards for e–Governance 2012–13

GUWAHATI, Feb 2: The Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, Government of India, has selected the Computerization of Registration (Panjeeyan) Project in Assam for the prestigious Gold Icon in the National Awards for e–Governance 2012–13 for Excellence in Government Process Re–engineering.

The State–wide Computerization of Registration (Panjee...

 
GMCH patients allege poor water supply

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Feb 2: Patients and their attendants have complained about the poor water supply in Gauhati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) due to which they are facing a lot of problems.

Patients and attendants have alleged that there is no water supply in GMCH after 12 am and it is only at around 8 am in the morning that water supply starts again. “Th...

 
Decision to move ordinance on amendments to sexual assault law flayed

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Feb 2: Representatives of Women in Governance (WING), an organization committed to women’s rights, has strongly opposed the government’s decision to move an ordinance on the criminal law amendments related to sexual violence. WING has urged the President of India to not sign such an ordinance.    

Bondita Acharya, woman ...

 
Programme on parent–child relationship

GUWAHATI, Feb 2: Marwari Yuva Manch, Guwahati Branch organized a programme ‘Say thanks to Parents’ at the ITA Machkhowa in the city recently. The chief speaker of the programme was Bhavin J Shah from Surat, stated a press release. The programme was about the importance of parents and to acknowledge their contribution. In the modern day world, the fast pace of life have somewhere brough...

 
Bihu and Makar Sankranti celebrations

GUWAHATI, Feb 2: The Assam Maharashtra Mandal held its first programme for Magh Bihu and Makar Sankranti celebration at the Shankardev Vidya Niketan in the city recently. The main motive of the Assam Maharashtra Mandal to celebrate the festivals of Assam and Maharashtra together was to introduce the culture, heritage and the history of both the States to the people of Assam and the Maharashtr...

 
Alumni meet

GUWAHATI, Feb 2: The boarders of Hostel no. 2 of Gauhati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) has organized an alumni meet on April 6, stated a press release....

 
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Rain/thundershowers would occur at most places over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam & Meghalaya and at many places over Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura.
 Arunachal News
TAH affected people seek Rijiju’s intervention
Police arrest opium peddler
Inferno claims one
 Meghalaya News
Heavy rains affect normal life; several dead in Garo Hills; NDRF team to reach today
MIPRL to go ahead with indefinite ’economic strike’
 Northeast News
CBI to grill former Tripura editor
Woman gives birth to five babies
Workshop on disaster management held for school students
Bill torched
 Cachar News
’Quality of work of Silchar–University Road raises question’
’4,000 residents of Singerband threatened by Barak erosion’
Preparations begin for BUBSOSS’ 26th convention
’Recitation of Chandi brings peace, happiness and tranquility in life’
 National News
How can host Obama eat when guest Modi would be on fast?
Court agrees to hear plea on 2G case whistleblower identity
Saradha scam: CBI quizzes Congress MP Abu Hasem Khan Chowdhury
NCP firm on alliance with Congress – and 144 seats
 International News
’Pakistan army chief exposed Imran–Qadri–US conspiracy’
Bangladesh empowers parliament to sack SC judges
Pakistan appoints new ISI chief, 5 army commanders
’Scotland could still declare independence’
 State-1
AAIWTES protest hits ferry services
New ACTA committee of Dibrugarh zone formed
Silver jubilee of Bilasipara Civil subdivision
Chinese company to construct APL’s acetic acid plant
 State-2
Newly constructed park inaugurated
Five–day long training camp underway
Bhaba Medhi remembered
Amiya Devi (Biti Ba) – A tribute
 Local Sports
NEUFC too play warm up matches in Goa
Second quarter washed out
VAG in final
 Sports
Confident Indian men face lowly Oman
Federer to lead IPTL’s India franchise
Bindra announces retirement
KKR beat Lahore Lions
 Editorial
As Modi Prepares to Leave for the US
Bolstering the Securities Market: Difficult but Possible
No–frills Modi gives new touch to Indian diplomacy
Letters to the Editor
 Op-Ed (Sunday)
Why BJP lost? No anti Gandhi anger to harvest
Sachin Pilot silences detractors with Rajasthan victories
The Art of Praising
 
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