A Congress minister each in Maharashtra and Assam has resigned amid a tussle with the CM of his state. A look at their careers and ambitions.
Assam health and education minister resigns and vows to actively fight for the removal of CM Tarun Gogoi.
The government has identified encroachment of wetlands as one of the biggest causes of the waterlogging in the city.
In Guwahati, the state Home department has listed six reasons that make Baksa vulnerable.
The Army has been kept on stand-by as tension mounted following the recovery of bodies.
“There are various kinds of interests involved, but I will talk to all such groups,” he said.
Three out of the seven traders, who were kidnapped from Labdanguri village in Baksa, later managed to escape.
Utpal Borpujari's documentary Soccer Queens of Rani talks about the change football has brought in people's outlook towards girls in interiors of Assam.
Poachers have returned to Manas, and seven rhinos have been killed since 2011.
Construction work of project is suspended since 2011 due to protests by various groups and political parties.
Both AASU and KMSS have hit out at the Centre and announced separate agitations beginning next week.
At a state-level discussion in the APCC headquarters, district-level leaders also held dissidents responsible for the rout.
Says Arunachal to immensely benefit from Javadekar’s decision.
At present, the Malarijeka via-duct in Montenegro, Europe, with a height of 139 metre is the highest such rail bridge, the official said.
He also mocked PM Narendra Modi saying, “Modi had, during his election campaign said all Bangladeshi infiltrators will have to go after May 17.
The decision of the BPF to withdraw from the ruling coalition was taken at the central working committee of the party held today.
The Dibrugah-Delhi Rajdhani Express that left Guwahati today morning has been already diverted via Patna.
Badal Chouhdury said a massive drive to spray DDT and provide preventive medicine was also on to combat the malaria outbreak.
The Congress has 78 legislators in Assam, of which the anti-Gogoi camp claims to have 45 on its side.
Kharge also reportedly asked them to take the wrong policies of the BJP to the people.
Amid indications of the Congress moving to replace three CMs, a look at the troubles they face at home
Sarma’s camp says it has 46 MLAs, who often appear together live on local channels, one of these owned by Sarma’s wife.
The Food Corporation of India (FCI) will send 10,000 tonne of foodgrain as a pilot from Andhra Pradesh to Tripura via Bangladesh.
Gogoi also accused the BJP of changing their stand on the issue of Bangladeshi immigrants.
The judge also rejected a plea by the two convicts for leniency on the ground that they had young children at home.
Interestingly, it was only on May 23 that Sarma openly said Gogoi would have to face the consequences if he continued to remain arrogant.
Chief Minister Mukul Sangma told the assembly this month that Meghalaya has 10 such outfits, nine of these in Garo Hills.
Assam Police arrested self-styled chairman of the United Achik Liberation Army (UALA), Novembirth Marak alias Chiindik Marak, from a nursing home in Guwahati late on Saturday night. He has been taken to Tura in Meghalaya where he is wanted in connection with several cases. A senior officer in the Assam Police said Marak (36) was […]
He met Gogoi on Sunday after returning from Delhi Saturday after meeting senior AICC leaders.
Mahanta, along with his wife Archana, was also known for popularising various forms of Assamese folk songs during his singing career, which spanned six decades.
Hamren SP Nityananda Goswami had gone out personally, leading an operation against the militant group on June 6.
The 10 militants, including their self-styled commander-in-chief Nikunja Kathar and his deputy Longnin Teron, were arrested from Nagaland.
Those arrested included UPLA C-in-C Nikunja Kathar, deputy C-in-C Longnin Teron and foreign secretary Bali Rongfar.
The two militants had shot the woman, Jospin Sangma, in the head with a shotgun.
Body found under debris and mud; four commandos suspended for ‘escaping’ during attack.
The KPLT, formed in 2010, has been demanding creation of a Hemprek Kanthim (self-ruled homeland) for the Karbi people.