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<strong>Assam</strong> attracted almost Rs 26,000 investments under NEIIPP

Assam attracted almost Rs 26,000 investments under NEIIPP

19 Dec 2014

Guwahati: The Assam government on Friday said the state has attracted investment commitments of nearly Rs 26,000 crore under North East Industrial and Investment Promotion Policy (NEIIPP), under which registration of new schemes have been suspended.

Assam,   investments,   NEIIPP,   funds,   Assam development,  
<strong>Assam</strong> speaker warns of 'bad days' if ration for <strong>tea</strong> gardens stopped

Assam speaker warns of 'bad days' if ration for tea gardens stopped

18 Dec 2014

Guwahati:  Assam Assembly Speaker Pranab Kumar Gogoi on Thursday warned if subsidised foodgrains to tea garden workers are stopped, then "bad days" will come for the state with likely deterioration in law and order situation and urged BJP MLAs to raise the issue with the Central government.

Assam speaker,   Pranab Kumar Gogoi,   Central government,   subsidised foodgrains,   tea garden ,  
Centre stops FCI foodgrains to <strong>tea</strong> <strong>garden</strong> workers: <strong>Assam</strong> government

Centre stops FCI foodgrains to tea garden workers: Assam government

03 Dec 2014

Guwahati: Assam government on Wednesday claimed the Centre has decided to stop supply of subsidised foodgrains for tea garden workers through Food Corporation of India.

Food Corporation of India,   foodgrains,   Assam,   Pradyut Bordoloi,   Food Security Act,   ,  
<strong>Assam</strong> <strong>tea</strong> at the Nobel ceremony

Assam tea at the Nobel ceremony

10 Dec 2014

Stockholm: There is an Assam connection to this year's Nobel Prize ceremony here with a special tea served at the grand banquet coming from the northeastern state of India.

Nobel prize,   Nobel Prize ceremony,   Assam tea,   Malala,   Kailash Satyarthi ,  
Finish fencing work along Indo-Bangla border in three months to check illegal influx: SC to govt

Finish fencing work along Indo-Bangla border in three months to check illegal influx: SC to govt

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed the Central government to complete fencing work along the Indo-Bangla border within three months to check cross-border influx of illegal Bangladesh nationals into Assam and streamline the process to deport them back.

Indo-Bangla border,   SC,   Bangladesh,   Bangladesh migrants,   Assam,  
Black <strong>tea</strong> prevents alcohol-induced stomach ulcers: Study

Black tea prevents alcohol-induced stomach ulcers: Study

16 Dec 2014

Kolkata: Black tea, known for its immunity boosting potential, can now  also help prevent and mitigate the effects of stomach ulcers caused by alcohol consumption, a scientist said. Excessive alcohol intake can irritate the stomach lining, triggering inflammation - a localized physical condition in which part of the body becomes reddened, swollen, hot, and often painful. Inflammation increases the risk of developing ulcers.

Black tea,   Immunity,   Stomach ulcers,   Alcohol,   Study,  
<strong>Assam</strong> government to bring resolution for implementation of <strong>Assam</strong> Accord

Assam government to bring resolution for implementation of Assam Accord

16 Dec 2014

Guwahati: The state government will bring a resolution in the assembly requesting the Centre for proper implementation of the Assam Accord.

Assam government,   Resolution,   Assam assembly,   Centre,   Assam Accord,   India Bangladesh border,  
'Magic mushroom' in Queen Elizabeth II's <strong>garden</strong>

'Magic mushroom' in Queen Elizabeth II's garden

12 Dec 2014

London: A mushroom with  hallucinogenic properties has been found growing at Buckingham Palace but no one suspects Queen Elizabeth II of cultivating the magic mushroom.

Magic mushroom,   Queen Elizabeth II,   Amanita muscaria,   hallucinogenic properties,   Buckingham Palace,   ,  
Concern in Lok Sabha over honour killings, <strong>tea</strong> <strong>garden</strong> workers' plight

Concern in Lok Sabha over honour killings, tea garden workers' plight

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Issues ranging from honour killings, plight of tea garden workers and "drastic" labour law reforms to electoral representation to people of several villages in Andhra Pradesh were raised in the Lok Sabha on Thursday during the Zero Hour.

honour killings,   tea garden workers,   labour law reforms,   Andhra Pradesh villages,   Lok Sabha,  
<strong>Assam</strong> Assembly Speaker to refer 'non-utilisation' of fund to Privilege Committee

Assam Assembly Speaker to refer 'non-utilisation' of fund to Privilege Committee

15 Dec 2014

Guwahati: Assam Assembly Speaker Pranab Kumar Gogoi on Monday said he would refer to the Privilege Committee alleged inaction over non-utilisation of a two-year old flood relief fund for Sonitpur district despite his ruling on the issue in the last session of the House.

Assam Assembly Speaker,   Pranab Kumar Gogoi,   Privilege Committee,   non-utilisation of flood relief fund,   Sonitpur district flood relief fund,  

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