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A Karbi woman making chunga pitha at Kaziranga recently. – UB Photos
AAP to contest most Lok Sabha seats
NEW DELHI, Jan 4 (IANS): The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) announced Saturday that it will contest most seats in the upcoming Lok Sabha election. ...

Singh to bow out after LS polls
NEW DELHI, Jan 3 – Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today declared that he would bow out of office after the Lok Sabha elections and strongly backed Rahul Gandhi for the job while warning that Narendra Modi would be “disastrous” for the country, reports ...

Efforts needed for rhino protection: PM
NEW DELHI, Jan 3 – In what can be interpreted as a snub to the Tarun Gogoi government’s failure to check killing of rhinos in Assam, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, describing the one-horned endangered species as a national asset, said that every effo ...

BJP lashes out at PM for attack on Modi
NEW DELHI, Jan 3 – BJP today reacted angrily to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s attack on Narendra Modi, saying it was unfortunate as the party’s PM candidate has come out unscathed after going through unprecedented legal scrutiny not experienced by ...

Mixed response to bandh call
GUWAHATI, Jan 3 – There was a mixed response from the people to the call given by the Socialist Unity Centre of India-Communist (SUCI–C) to observe a dawn-to-dusk Assam bandh today in protest against the Government decision to form an Upper House of ...

850 dowry deaths in last six years
GUWAHATI, Jan 3 – In a disturbing trend, the evil of ‘dowry culture’ had taken nearly 850 lives in the State in the last six years. ...

State Govt agrees to hike advt rates
GUWAHATI, Jan 3 – At a meeting between the State government and the newspaper associations of the State held here today, a decision was arrived at to hike the State government’s advertisement rates for the print media by 60 per cent over the existing ...

Tension prevails in Naharkatia
DIBRUGARH, Jan 3 – Naharkatia town and its adjoining areas witnessed total shutdown today in protest against the police firing during a clash between the public and a police team yesterday at Joypur where one civilian was shot dead and a few others s ...

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