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Activists of Arun Chetana Manch, Delhi Chapter protesting near the Chinese Embassy against the illegal renaming of some townships of Arunachal Pradesh by the Chinese Government, in New Delhi on Tuesday. – UNI
Tripartite talks on Assam Accord today
NEW DELHI, April 25 - The All Assam Students Union (AASU) today reiterated its demand for implementation of the Assam Accord within a specific time-frame during a meeting with Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal here ahead of Wednesday’s tripartite mee ...

Transport strike hits commuters
GUWAHATI, April 25 - Normal life was severely affected across the State today in view of a 24-hour strike called by transport workers protesting the government’s move to amend the thirty year old Motor Vehicles Act. ...

Govt bid for ‘technology’ use to plug border
GUWAHATI, April 25 - Though the riverine international border with Bangladesh is still considered the most vulnerable, it will take more than two years to plug it through “technological solutions” as the real works in implementation of the project wi ...

Govt to review strategy; operations on the anvil
RAIPUR, April 25 - The government promised today to review its strategy on battling Naxalites, as the Chhattisgarh chief minister warned that an operation will be launched “with more firmness” and “vigour” against the guerrillas in the coming days. ...

Call for plebiscite on Bodoland state issue
GUWAHATI, April 25 - Kokrajhar MP Naba Sarania today demanded a plebiscite to determine whether the majority of the people living in the present Bodoland Territorial Administrative Districts (BTAD) areas are for a separate Bodoland state or not. ...

Oxfam India flays State’s draft population policy
NEW DELHI, April 25 - In a setback to Sonowal Government’s proposed two-child policy, Oxfam India has said that Assam’s draft population policy makes women, disadvantaged communities vulnerable. The proposed two-child policy is likely to further skew ...

Foreign experts suggested dams on Brahmaputra to control floods
GUWAHATI, April 25 - Many foreign experts visited the State to advise the government on the flood and erosion-related problems in the 1960s and 1970s. They differed in their suggestions that included measures ranging from a reconnaissance study for d ...

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