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CITU activists taking out a rally to protest rise in prices of essential commodities, in Guwahati on Tuesday. – UNI
ULFA talks may begin in next few weeks
Guwahati, Jan 5 (PTI): Hopes of holding formal peace talks with the banned ULFA have brightened with the Centre's interlocutor today indicating that the dialogue may begin in the next few weeks, ahead of the Assam Assembly polls. ...

Cheer to anger - Mood changes over ULFA chairman's release
Guwahati, Jan 5 (IANS): It's no longer 'ULFA zindabad' slogans renting the air in Assam's countryside, but pure expression of revulsion and anger against the euphoria and jubilation after the release on bail of Arabinda Rajkhowa, chairman of the outl ...

Meghalaya curfew relaxed
Shillong, Jan 5 (IANS): Authorities today relaxed for three hours the curfew in Mendipathar in Meghalaya's East Garo district that witnessed ethnic violence, an official said. ...

Govt task forces to tackle land mafia
GUWAHATI, Jan 4 – For the first time in the State, two special task forces have been set up by the district administration at the instance of the State Government to nail the land mafia operating in and around the capital city. ...

Nothing new in IT ruling, says CBI
NEW DELHI, Jan 4 – Pressing for closure of Bofors pay-offs case against Italian businessman Ottavio Quattrocchi, the CBI today contended before a Delhi Court there was “nothing new” in the ITAT order that would obstruct the withdrawal of the over two ...

Cong appoints 4 poll observers for State
NEW DELHI, Jan 4 – The ruling Congress today started the election process today by appointing four poll observers and by forming a tentative party poll schedule. ...

Govt sets terms for lifting ban
GUWAHATI, Jan 4 – The Assam government today said ULFA will have to give up its demand for sovereignty and use of violence before the ban on the outfit was lifted, reports PTI. ...

No important ULFA leader in Bangla
GUWAHATI, Jan 4 – No important member of the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) is active in Bangladesh any more as hardcore militant Drishti Rajkhowa also returned to India recently, highly placed security sources said. ...

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