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Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi planting paddy saplings during the launch of the Momai Tamuli Barbaruah Krishak Bandhu Achoni at Timtimia village in Jorhat district, on Sunday. – UB Photos
Govt to complete talks with NSCN(I-M) this year
GUWAHATI, March 15 – The Government of India has decided to complete the process of talks with the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (I-M) within this year, and the leadership of the militant outfit has also agreed to the Government’s decision. ...

Suicide blasts at Pakistan churches kill 15
LAHORE, March 15 – At least 15 people, including two policemen, were killed and over 80 others injured today when two Taliban suicide bombers attacked two packed churches during the Sunday mass in Pakistan’s biggest Christian colony here in one of th ...

Centre to launch ‘Make in NE’ drive
NEW DELHI, March 15 – Taking a leaf out of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s book, the Ministry of DoNER is planning to launch a ‘Make in North-East’ initiative. ...

MPs decry NF Railway functioning
NEW DELHI, March 15 – The functioning of the NF Railways came under close scrutiny in the Lok Sabha, as members belonging to the region decried the inordinate delays in completion of railway projects, including the national projects in the North-East ...

NRC update process under way in Kamrup
MIRZA, March 15 – The NRC updation process in various revenue circle offices of Kamrup district has begun in full swing and a large number of people have come forward to join in the process, according to official sources. ...

Govt fully prepared to tackle swine flu
GUWAHATI, March 15 – Altogether 12 people have so far been infected by the H1N1 (swine flu) virus in the State and two of them have died, but the government is fully prepared to deal with the situation, said State Health Minister Nazrul Islam. ...

DU to launch research programme on NE
NEW DELHI, March 15 – With an aim of encouraging research scholars to study various aspects of North East India, Delhi University is soon going to launch a North East India Studies Programme (NEISP), reports PTI. ...

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