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The union and Assam governments today entered into a $320 million agreement with the World Bank for state roads project. The loan and project agreements were signed by the Centre, Assam government and World Bank in New Delhi, an official statement
Homage and tributes were offered at the blast sites in Guwahati, Kokrajhar, Barpeta and Bongaigaon Districts. October 30 in the history of modern-day Assam is observed as a "Black Day". People lit candles and launched a mass signature campaign
November 5, 2012 Special Arrangement Scene from Te Chaung camp, Sittwe, on Saturday. Some 20,000 Rohingyas are housed here, but the number could be more. The capital of Rakhine state in western Myanmar is a picture of outward calm. At lunchtime on
Starting the day at 72 for three, Tripura were all out for 145 in their first innings. Adding insult to injury, Assam skipper Dheeraj Jadhav asked Ajay Ratra and co to follow on and at stumps they were 168 for six, still 137 runs behind Assam`s first
Legendary singer-composer Bhupen Hazarika's estranged wife, Priyamvada Patel, has told a local news channel in Assam that the late balladeer had a close relationship with singer Lata Mangeshkar. Patel, who is in Assam to attend Hazarika's first death
The man from Nagaon, Assam has carved the worlds smallest Durga idol on a chalk piece and has put his name in record books. Das, who is in his mid-thirties, has been making idols on chalk pieces since 1997 when he started by making a one-inch Durga.
At least 40 schoolchildren were injured when the bus they were travelling in skidded off the road and fell into a roadside ditch at Chabua in Dibrugarh district today. Thirty children have been referred to Assam Medical College and Hospital in
Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi today said he did not mind emotional integration of the Nagas as long as the state's territorial integrity was not compromised...I-M) talks as the negotiations include the fate of Naga tribes in these states.
3 November 2012 This is the tender moment an elephant sprayed his handler, a Mahout, with water as Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary in India reopened to tourists following devastating floods. Some 236 tourists visited Pobitora in the northeastern state of
Villagers of Manipur's Tousem sub-division in Tamenglong district are a busy lot these days. At least 150 of them on a daily basis are clearing away a thicket with their machetes and daos. Some are lugging away heavy branches of recently felled trees;