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Pilgrims unable to get proper accommodation take shelter on the divider of the road leading to the Ambubachi Mela near Bhootnath, in Guwahati on Friday. – AT Photo
BSF stops 250 Bangladeshi nationals from entering Tripura
Agartala, June 25 (IANS): India's Border Security Force (BSF) prevented around 250 Bangladesh nationals from entering Tripura on Saturday, police said. ...

Rains, landslides block lone Tripura highway
Agartala, June 25 (IANS): Tripura's lone National Highway (NH-8) was blocked after rains caused waterlogging, severely hitting the supply of essentials, foodgrain and transport fuel for the past one month. ...

AAP MLA Dinesh Mohaniya arrested for sexual harassment
New Delhi, June 25 (IANS): AAP legislator Dinesh Mohaniya was on Saturday arrested on charges of "sexual harassment" on the complaint of a woman who visited his office-cum residence two days ago as part of a group to complain about irregular water su ...

Scottish Cabinet meets to discuss response to 'Leave' vote
Edinburgh, June 25 (IANS): First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is holding a Cabinet meeting on Saturday to discuss the Scottish government's response to Britain's vote to leave the European Union (EU). ...

Mehbooba wins Anantnag, popularity test for PDP-BJP government
Anantnag, June 25 (IANS): Making mincemeat of her electoral rivals, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday won the Anantnag Assembly by-poll by a margin of over 12,000 votes -- in what is seen as a first popularity test of the ov ...

Centre to support State on oil royalty issue
GUWAHATI, June 24 - The Central Government will support Assam’s stand in the legal procedure regarding the oil royalty issue. ...

China scuttles India’s NSG bid
SEOUL, June 24 - India today failed in its determined bid to clinch membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) in the face of strong China-led opposition after which it gave vent to its unhappiness over the hurdles created by Beijing. ...

Big-ticket plans for oil sector in Assam
GUWAHATI, June 24 - Public sector oil firms will invest Rs 6,000 crore in Assam during the current fiscal as part of the Hydrocarbon Vision Plan 2030. ...

UK votes to exit EU, Cameron quits
LONDON, June 24 - Britain voted to leave the EU, toppling Prime Minister David Cameron today after the shock defeat in the referendum that triggered a bloodbath in world markets and opened a fresh debate over issues like immigration and advance of th ...

New Govt study for rebuilding Stilwell Road
NEW DELHI, June 24 - The Centre may be in a denial mode over reopening of the Stilwell Road, but a new study commissioned by the Union Commerce and Industry Ministry has recommended rebuilding of the historic road to promote robust trade ties between ...

AASU reiterates stand against post ’71 migrants
GUWAHATI, June 24 - The All Assam Students’ Union (AASU) today vehemently opposed the move of the Central Government to accord citizenship to the post-1971 Bangladeshi migrants and issued a stern warning against taking any decision which may jeopardi ...

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