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Three ULFA (I) <strong>militants</strong> killed in <strong>Assam</strong>

Three ULFA (I) militants killed in Assam

01 Aug 2014

Guwahati: Three ULFA (Independent) militants were killed when the bombs they were manufacturing exploded in Goalpara district of Assam on Friday.

ULFA (Independent),   Goalpara district,   Assam,   Assam-Meghalaya,   Kandeswar Rabha,   Babul Rabha,   ,  
Two <strong>militants</strong> killed in encounter in Kashmir

Two militants killed in encounter in Kashmir

01 Aug 2014

Srinagar: Two militants were killed in an overnight encounter with security forces in Keran sector near the Line of Control in Kashmir as they were trying to exfiltrate to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), a defence spokesman said on Friday.

Militants,   Kashmir,   encounter,   LoC,   army,  
Heavy shelling, clashes resume in Libya's Tripoli

Heavy shelling, clashes resume in Libya's Tripoli

31 Jul 2014

Tripoli: Heavy shelling resumed on Thursday in southern Tripoli where rival militia brigades were battling for control of the capital's main airport in some of the worst clashes since the 2011 revolt which ousted Muammar Gaddafi.

Tripoli,   militia brigades,   Muammar Gaddafi,   Benghazi,   Islamist militants,  
<strong>Assam</strong>: Flood affects 15 villages in Sonitpur district

Assam: Flood affects 15 villages in Sonitpur district

30 Jul 2014

Tezpur(Assam): More than five thousand people in 15 villages of Assam's Sonitpur district have been affected with water level of the rivers rising alarmingly today due to heavy rainfall in the catchment areas of neighbouring Arunachal Pradesh.

Sonitpur,   flood,   Assam,   flood in Assam,   Assam flood ,  
'Learning for Cogent Living' in <strong>Assam</strong>

'Learning for Cogent Living' in Assam

29 Jul 2014

Guwahati: The National Council for Science and Technology Communication (NCSTC) has extended support to a programme, 'Learning for Cogent Living', conceptualized by an NGO of Assam to help people lead a rational way of life.

Learning for Cogent Living,   NCSTC,   NGO,   Science and Technology Literacy,   Education for Sustainable Development,  
Tarun Gogoi’s son Gaurav Gogoi calls for unity within Congress ahead of state by-polls

Tarun Gogoi’s son Gaurav Gogoi calls for unity within Congress ahead of state by-polls

29 Jul 2014

Guwahati: Denying any dissidence in the party organization, Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi’s son and newly elected MP from Kaliabor Lok Sabha constituency Gaurav Gogoi said that the Congress was united and would meet expectations of people in upcoming by-elections in the state.

Assam by-polls,   Assam congress,   Tarun Gogoi,   Gaurav Gogoi,   dissidence in Assam Congress ,  
Future of Indian nurses in Libya hangs in limbo as violence escalates in war-torn nation

Future of Indian nurses in Libya hangs in limbo as violence escalates in war-torn nation

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The future of close to 6000 Indian nationals, including 1500 unregistered workers, stuck in war torn Libya has become unclear despite India diplomatically pressing hard to make sure their secure return.

Indian nurses,   Libya,   Benghazi,   Tripoli,   Islamist militants,   Kerala,   Azar A H Khan,   Indian ambassador,   combating,   Tripoli airport,  
16 killed in Philippines in Islamist <strong>militants</strong>' attack

16 killed in Philippines in Islamist militants' attack

28 Jul 2014

Manila: At least 16 people were killed and 13 injured on Monday in an ambush staged by members of the militants group Abu Sayyaf in the Philippines, an official said.

16 killed,   Philippines,   Islamist militants' attack,   Manila,   Sulu province,   Abu Sayaff,   Talipao town,  
Arunachal Pradesh is facing boundary disputes with neighbouring <strong>Assam</strong>: Tanga Byaling

Arunachal Pradesh is facing boundary disputes with neighbouring Assam: Tanga Byaling

29 Jul 2014

 Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh is facing boundary disputes along 792 square kilometer area, it shares with neighbouring Assam, Home Minister Tanga Byaling has said.

Arunachal Pradesh,   boundary disputes,   Assam,   BJP,   Bhutan,   POSA,  
Boko Haram <strong>militants</strong> kidnap wife of Cameroon’s Vice Prime Minister

Boko Haram militants kidnap wife of Cameroon’s Vice Prime Minister

27 Jul 2014

Yaounde (Cameroon): Boko Haram militants attacked Kolofata, a town in Cameroon's Far North Region near Nigeria, on Sunday and kidnapped several people, including the wife of Cameroon's Vice Prime Minister Amadou Ali, a military commander in the region said.

Boko Haram,   militants,   kidnap,   wife,   Cameroon’s Vice Prime Minister,   Cameroon,   Kolofata,   Amadou Ali,   Yaounde ,  

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