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Assam government was asked specifically to refrain from touching a particular file related to the Saradha Group. Assam government was asked specifically to refrain from touching a particular file. The file was related to complaints against the
Assam may not be among states fighting a stiff battle against left-wing extremism yet, but Maoists definitely have a strong footing in the state now. The latest evidence is the arrest of two important functionaries of the CPI (Maoist) party from
T he Saradha fraud in West Bengal [ Images ] is reverberating in neighbouring Assam as well, with depositors, as well the company's former agents and employees, holding protest demonstrations here against Saradha Realty India [ Images ] and its
In view of rise in crime against women all over the country, the Assam government on Tuesday decided to observe 2013 as the year of women and child protection. Making this announcement at a press conference here today, chief minister Tarun Gogoi said
After Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi, Assam farmers leader and RTI activist Akhil Gogoi Thursday expressed his unhappiness over the verdict in the GS Road molestation case and said he would appeal against it in the high court. Addressing a press
Chief minister Tarun Gogoi today admitted that his government had failed to root out corruption in the state despite being in power for three consecutive terms...As the chief minister of the state for more than a decade, I admit my failure to totally
Anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare will start a nationwide campaign against corruption from Nov 30, he said in Guwahati on Wednesday. I will start nation wide movement against corruption from November 30 and will form a core committee, Hazare said.
Anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare will Wednesday address a national conclave here on the ways to tackle infiltration from Bangladesh, an activist said here Sunday. While Hazare has confirmed his participation, former army chief Gen (retd) V.K...
The only solution will be to grant land rights to the locals. The influx from Bangladesh has created the recent unrest in the Bodo areas and this has to be stopped," he said. The National Registrar of Citizens should also be updated within two years
Manmohan Singh today visited two relief camps in Kokrajhar and announced a Rs 300-crore package for the riot-torn western Assam districts apart from aid for individuals and families that would amount to several crores. The ethnic conflict that