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KMSS secretary Akhil Gogoi along with his team holding talks with the Group of Ministers of the State government at the State Secretariat in Dispur on Thursday. – UB Photos
Consensus on new expert panel
GUWAHATI, Jan 5 – The agitation against transportation of construction materials will continue even as the first round of talks between the State Government and the groups protesting against construction of Lower Subansiri Hydroelectric Project LSHEP ...

AASU seeks white paper on mega dams in NE
GUWAHATI, Jan 5 – The All Assam Students' Union and its ally organisations today demanded a white paper on all the underconstruction and proposed mega dam hydel projects of the NE region. They also threatened fresh agitational programmes if the const ...

Cong, PAPA trade charges of rigging
DIPHU, Jan 5 – Congress and PAPA today have levelled allegations against each other of indulging in rigging, booth capturing, using goons to scare genuine electors. Both the Congress and PAPA have been complaining after the end of polling that the di ...

BJP moves President for Spl House session
NEW DELHI, Jan 5 – BJP leaders today met President Pratibha Patil to complain about “subversion” of Parliament over Lokpal issue and sought her intervention to re-convene the House to enable voting in Rajya Sabha on the crucial Bill. ...

Workers’ body for review of Centre’s move
DIBRUGARH, Jan 5 – Centre’s bid to set up a new plant of Brahmaputra Valley Fertilizer Corporation Limited (BVFCL) at Namrup under a joint venture instead of as a public sector undertaking has not gone down well with the workers of the fertilizer ind ...

Probe on into NE ultras’ investments in city
GUWAHATI, Jan 5 – The security agencies are probing into the possible investments by members of militant outfits of the North Eastern region in Guwahati after receiving some vital inputs in this regard. ...

Growing man-elephant conflict threat to conservation
UDALGURI, Jan 5 - The escalating man-elephant conflict in areas bordering Bhutan in Udalguri district continues to pose a grave conservation challenge. A spurt in the conflict this year has seen the death of 20 persons and three elephants as against ...

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