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Activists of All Assam Students’ Union (AASU) staging a dharna against the failure of the State government to check the price of essential commodities in Guwahati on Thursday. – AT Photo
Govt asks police to trace 38,000 post ’71 infiltrators
GUWAHATI, Sept 15 - The State Government has directed the Assam Police to step up efforts to trace the nearly 38,000 illegal Bangladeshi nationals of the post-1971 stream, who have been evading arrest. ...

Chopper makes emergency landing in Nagaon
NAGAON, Sept 15 - A helicopter belonging to the Sky One MI-2, which was on its way to Itanagar from Guwahati, had to make an emergency landing at Neherubali here this morning due to snags it developed mid-air. ...

Eviction drive near KNP as per HC order
KAZIRANGA, Sept 15 - State Health and Education Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma today said that the upcoming eviction drive in the Bandardubi area near the Kaziranga National Park (KNP) would be carried out as per a Gauhati High Court order. ...

Modi reviews GST roll out
NEW DELHI, Sept 15 - Targeting to roll out the ambitious GST on April 1 next year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has directed that all steps required in this direction should be completed before that date. ...

Climatic conditions aiding pest proliferation
GUWAHATI, Sept 15 - The pest invasion on paddy fields that have hit 22 districts in an unprecedented manner is largely attributable to aberrations in climatic conditions besides changes in traditional agricultural practices. ...

2,031 rhino horns verified in State
GUWAHATI, Sept 15 - The ongoing verification of rhino horns stored across various treasuries of the State that had started on August 11 concluded today with the verification of 118 horns at the Guwahati Treasury. ...

Preparations for Sabha 100-yr celebrations on
GUWAHATI, Sept 15 - Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal today said the Assam Sahitya Sabha is not merely a literary organisation and it should aspire to become a meeting point of people belonging to all ethnic groups, castes and creeds. ...

Brahmaputra can be a boon despite difficulties: CM
GUWAHATI, Sept 15 - The experts of the World Bank have admitted that the Brahmaputra is the most difficult river in the world to deal with, said Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, who had meetings with the experts of the Bank on the proposed mega pla ...

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