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Local youths, with hope and uncertainty writ large on their faces, coming to board the special train that left for Bangalore from Guwahati railway station on Saturday. – UB Photos
Cancellation of coal blocks after IMG report: Jaiswal
KANPUR/NEW DELHI, Sept 2 (PTI): Against the backdrop of opposition pressure, the fate of 58 coal blocks will be reviewed tomorrow at a meeting of an Inter-Ministerial Group (IMG), on whose recommendations wrongful allotments and cases in which mining ...

India gain initiative in 2nd Test
BANGALORE, Sept 2 (IANS): India had New Zealand on the ropes as the visitors slid to 123 for four at tea on the third day of the second Test here Sunday, with an overall lead of 135 runs. ...

Army stages flag march in Nagaland
KOHIMA, Sept 2 (IANS): The army Sunday staged a flag march in Dimapur district in Nagaland after clashes a day earlier between Naga tribes Sumi and Angami, an official said. ...

Manipur pushes back 60 suspected Bangladeshis
IMPHAL, Sept 2 (IANS): Authorities in Manipur have pushed back into Assam 60 suspected Bangladeshis, an official said Sunday. ...

Army moves to seize illegal arms in Kokrajhar
GUWAHATI, Sept 2 (IANS): The army, deployed in Assam's troubled Kokrajhar district, has started an operation to seize all illegal arms and ammunition there, informed sources said Saturday. ...

BJP insists on PM's resignation, defends its CMs
NEW DELHI/ MUMBAI, Sept 2 (IANS): The BJP Sunday said it stood firm on its demand that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh resign in the alleged coal scam but would allow parliament to function if the allocations were cancelled and an independent probe ord ...

De-allocation of coal blocks by Sept 15
NEW DELHI, Sept 1 – A deadline for September 15 has been set by the government for initiating action on de-allocation of coal mines to many of the 58 allottees to whom show-cause notices have been issued, reports PTI. ...

Train of hope leaves city
GUWAHATI, Sept 1 – As they embark on the journey back to Bangalore today from where they fled in mid-August as largescale violence rocked Assam, the returnees, mostly factory workers, expressed confidence the scary experience won’t recur, reports PTI ...

Cong councillor named in FIR
GUWAHATI, Sept 1 – The recent clashes in Barpeta on August 28 has put the ruling Congress in an embarrassing position as a local leader of the party was named in the FIR of the case for his alleged involvement in the violence. Meanwhile, though the s ...

State law specifies ownership of land
NEW DELHI, Sept 1 – The Centre may have pleaded ignorance about special provisions to protect tribal lands but Chapter X of the Assam Land Revenue Regulation Act specifies that no person other than tribal can own and possess land in the notified trib ...

Mysterious fire in OIL pipeline at Makum
TINSUKIA, Sept 1 – A mysterious fire broke out in an oil pipeline of the Oil India Ltd at 1 am at Chandmari village of Makum town in Tinsukia district last night. ...

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