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New <strong>Assam</strong> Cabinet to be sworn-in tomorrow

New Assam Cabinet to be sworn-in tomorrow

22 Jan 2015

Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi will on Friday reconstitute his council of ministers, a Congress leader said on Thursday.

Assam Chief Minister,   Tarun Gogoi,   Assam ministers,   Assam cabinet,   Congress,  
Tarun Gogoi urges NDA Government to constitute Brahmaputra Valley Authority

Tarun Gogoi urges NDA Government to constitute Brahmaputra Valley Authority

11 Feb 2015

Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has urged Union Minister for Water Resources Uma Bharti to expedite the constitution of the Brahmaputra River Valley Authority and delegate more powers to it for tackling the twin problems of flood and erosion in the state.

Assam Chief Minister,   Tarun Gogoi,   Union Minister for Water Resources,   Uma Bharti,   Brahmaputra Valley Authority,  
Normal life resumes in Srinagar; shutdown in Palhallan

Normal life resumes in Srinagar; shutdown in Palhallan

12 Feb 2015

Srinagar: After three days of restrictions, normal life resumed in Srinagar and other parts of Kashmir Valley on Thursday but Palhallan area of Baramulla district observed shutdown against the killing of a local youth in police firing on Monday.

Srinagar,   Palhallan shutdown,   Srinagar restrictions,   Kashmir Valley,   youth killed,   Srinagar strike,  
1 <strong>killed</strong> in ULFA strike, militant <strong>killed</strong> in encounter

1 killed in ULFA strike, militant killed in encounter

27 Nov 2014

Lakhimpur/Dibrugarh: ULFA (I) militants on Thursday killed a man and injured two others while another militant was killed in an encounter with police ahead Prime Minister Narendra Modi's two-day visit to Assam on November 29.

United Liberation Front of Assam,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   SP P K Bhuyan,   Mridul Gogoi,   Guwahati Medical College Hospital,   ,  
India, Bangladesh ink treaty to curb cross-border crime

India, Bangladesh ink treaty to curb cross-border crime

05 Feb 2015

New Delhi: India and Bangladesh on Thursday signed an agreement to share real-time information to curb cross-border crimes and boost trade between both the countries.

India,   Bangladesh,   Cross border crime,   Treaty,   Tripura,   Agartala,   Assam,   Mehgalaya,  
Quota not the way forward for <strong>Muslims</strong>: Najma

Quota not the way forward for Muslims: Najma

07 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Suggesting that quotas for minorities are not the way forward as Constitution does not allow religion-based reservation, Minority Affairs Minister Najma Heptulla on Wednesday  said that her ministry's approach is to work on skilling the youth.

Quota,   Minorities,   Constitution,   Religion based reservation,   Minority Affairs Minister,   Najma Heptulla,  
<strong>Muslims</strong> deserve reservations, says Owaisi

Muslims deserve reservations, says Owaisi

07 Jan 2015

Beed: The former Congress-NCP government in Maharashtra kept the Muslim community backward and it deserves reservations, MIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi has said.

Congress,   NCP,   Maharashtra,   Muslim community,   Reservations,   MIM leader,   Asaduddin Owaisi ,  
Over 17 people <strong>killed</strong> in China fire

Over 17 people killed in China fire

06 Feb 2015

Beijing: Over 17 people were killed in a fire at a multistory building in south China's Guangdong Province, officials said on Friday.

China fire,   multistory building,   south China fire,   warehouse,   wholesale market,  
23 militants <strong>killed</strong> in Pakistan airstrikes

23 militants killed in Pakistan airstrikes

28 Jan 2015

Islamabad: At least 23 militants were killed in airstrikes by the Pakistani army in the country's northwestern tribal area of North Waziristan on Tuesday afternoon, media reported.

Pakistan airstrikes,  militants killed in Pakistan,  North Waziristan militants killed,  
<strong>Assam</strong> celebrates R-Day, CM outlines new schemes

Assam celebrates R-Day, CM outlines new schemes

26 Jan 2015

Guwahati: The 66th Republic Day was celebrated across Assam on Monday with enthusiasm, with people ignoring threats from militants. Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi unfurled the tricolour at a function at the Khanapara veterinary college here.

Assam Republic Day,   Assam CM,   Tarun Gogoi,   Assam Goveronr,   PB Acharya,  

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