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Weaver birds near their nest hanging from a tree in Agartala on Monday. – EP
Missing SULFA man's body found
GUWAHATI, April 10 (PTI): The body of a surrendered ULFA activist missing for the last 14 days was recovered from a forest at Sonapur near here today, police said. ...

Maoist leader's wife freed, Odisha hostage crisis continues
BHUBANESWAR, April 10 (IANS): An Italian and an Odisha legislator continued to be in the custody of Maoists Tuesday even as a top rebel's wife - whose release from jail had been demanded as one of the conditions to set free the hostages - was acquitt ...

Squalls, hailstorm kill seven in Tripura
AGARTALA, April 10 (IANS): At least seven people, including two children and an elderly man, were killed and over 30 injured as cyclonic storms accompanied by rains lashing several parts of Tripura since Friday left behind a trail of devastation, off ...

Education brings hope to Assam's flood-hit villages
MOHURAMUKH (Assam), April 10 (PTI): The Right to Education Act has brought cheers into the miserable lives of villagers living on the banks of the Brahmaputra in Assam''s Golaghat district who are under constant threat of flood and land erosion. ...

India 'well prepared' in case of war: Antony
NEW DELHI, April 10 (IANS): India is well prepared to defend itself in the face of a war, Defence Minister A.K. Antony said Tuesday, dismissing as "rumours" reports about shortage of ammunition for the armed forces. ...

Bangladesh allows fencing on zero-line in Tripura
AGARTALA, April 10 (PTI): The neighbouring Bangladesh has agreed to allow erection of barbed wire fencing on Zero-Line of Indo-Bangla international border in some patches of Tripura, official sources said here today. ...

Centre claims progress in ULFA talks
NEW DELHI, April 9 – The third round of dialogue between pro-talk ULFA and Government concluded on a positive note, with the Centre claiming to have made tangible progress. ...

Census records 2,505 rhinos in State
GUWAHATI, April 9 – The rhino census-2012 recorded the presence of 2,505 pachyderms spread across four protected areas – Kaziranga National Park, Orang National Park, Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary and Manas National Park – of the State. ...

Multi-disciplinary centre at AEC
GUWAHATI, April 9 – Oil India Limited (OIL) Chairman and Managing Director, NM Borah has appreciated the success of Assam Engineering College alumni in various spheres, especially their achievements in the energy sector. He mentioned that many of the ...

Govt urged to explore political solutions to NE problems
GUWAHATI, April 9 – Renowned political scientist Prof G Haragopal of the University of Hyderabad today said that it is time for the Indian Government to examine and explore political solutions and not armed solutions to the problems of NE India. ...

Cong failed to tackle boundary issue : AAPSU
ITANAGAR, April 9 – The All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) has charged the ruling Congress of having failed to tackle the decades-old boundary dispute with Assam. ...

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