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70 Bajrang Dal supporters arrested during <strong>Assam</strong> bandh

70 Bajrang Dal supporters arrested during Assam bandh

31 Oct 2014

Guwahati: Normal life was on Friday partially hit in Assam during a 12-hour state-wide bandh called by Bajrang Dal. Around 70 Bajrang Dal supporters were arrested from all over the state for allegedly trying to damage property during the bandh, police officers said.

Bajrang Dal,   Bajrang Dal supporters,   Assam bandh,   Assam,   Bajrang Dal supporters arrested,   bandh,  
Erratic rain can change the taste of your <strong>tea</strong>

Erratic rain can change the taste of your tea

28 Oct 2014

Washington: Ever wondered why your tea sometimes tastes different? Erratic rain patterns may be to blame! Shifting rain patterns affect key compounds in tea that determine its flavour and health properties, according to a new study.

Erratic rain,   tea,   rain patterns,   antioxidant,   tea flavour,   tea gardens,  
Black <strong>tea</strong>, citrus fruits lower ovarian cancer risk

Black tea, citrus fruits lower ovarian cancer risk

29 Oct 2014

London: Having black tea and citrus fruits daily and red wine occasionally may lower the risk of developing ovarian cancer, research shows. Women who consume food and drinks high in flavonols and flavanones are less likely to develop the disease, it added.

Black tea,   citrus fruits,   ovarian cancer risk,   red wine,   flavonols,   apples,   cancer,  
Centre makes reconciliatory effort to end <strong>Assam</strong>-Nagaland row

Centre makes reconciliatory effort to end Assam-Nagaland row

29 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The Centre on Wednesday made a reconciliatory effort to end the decades-old boundary dispute between Assam and Nagaland and asked both the states to give their own suggestions within two weeks.

Centre,   Boundary dispute,   Assam,   Nagaland,   High-level meeting,   Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh,   Tarun Gogoi,   TR Zeliang,   Border dispute,  
Four lakh <strong>tea</strong> <strong>garden</strong> workers observe token strike in Bengal

Four lakh tea garden workers observe token strike in Bengal

13 Oct 2014

Jalpaiguri: Nearly four lakh tea garden workers in West Bengal's Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri, and Alipurduar districts today observed a token strike to press for their long standing demand for wage revision.

Four lakh tea workers,   tea garden workers,   token strike,   Bengal,   wages,   wage revision,  
Be a symbol of positive political entity: PM tells NDA MPs at <strong>tea</strong> meeting

Be a symbol of positive political entity: PM tells NDA MPs at tea meeting

27 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday hosted a tea meeting for all NDA MPs the first such event after the BJP-led alliance stormed to power in May and utilised the occasion to ask them to be a symbol of positive political entity.

symbol,   political entity,   PM,   NDA MPs,   high tea,   Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,  
<strong>Tea</strong> Board asked to allow mini and micro <strong>tea</strong> factories

Tea Board asked to allow mini and micro tea factories

14 Oct 2014

Guwahati: The Assam government and tea stakeholders in the state have requested the Centre to direct the Tea Board to ensure that small tea growers are allowed to set-up mini and micro tea factories within their plantation area.

Guwahati,   Assam government,   tea stakeholders,   Centre,   Tea Board,   small tea growers,   Tarun Gogoi,  
PM to push for his pet projects during high <strong>tea</strong> for NDA MPs

PM to push for his pet projects during high tea for NDA MPs

26 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ambitious projects such as the Clean India campaign and the MP Model Village scheme will be taken up during the high tea for NDA MPs this evening with a view to seek their support and participation for its success.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   Clean India campaign,   MP Model Village scheme,   NDA MPs ,  
70 labourers injured in bus mishap in <strong>Assam</strong>

70 labourers injured in bus mishap in Assam

27 Oct 2014

Jorhat (Assam): Seventy labourers were injured when an over-crowded bus carrying them fell into a ditch on NH-37 here during wee hours on Monday. According to Jorhat district SP Amanjeet Kaur, the bus was carrying 70 passengers from Barpeta to Tinsukia against its capacity of 35 persons.

70 labourers injured,   bus accident,   Assam,   over-crowded bus,   NH-37,   Barpeta to Tinsukia,  
Shiv Sena MPs to attend PM's <strong>tea</strong> meet, Uddhav not going

Shiv Sena MPs to attend PM's tea meet, Uddhav not going

25 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Amid signs of a rapprochement, all Shiv Sena MPs will attend the high tea being hosted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi on Sunday for NDA MPs even as RPI leader Ramdas Athawale said Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray was "very keen" on forming a government with BJP inMaharashtra.

Shiv Sena,   Shiv Sena MPs,   PM's tea meet,   Uddhav,   BJP,   Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,   BJP-Shiv Sena,   politics,  

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