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Heavy traffic jams like this one seen at Ganeshguri on Tuesday, have become a regular feature in different parts of Guwahati city. – AT Photo
Talks with Pak only on cross-border terror: India
NEW DELHI, Sept 17 - India on Tuesday said there is no need to “worry” too much beyond a point about what people will say on Kashmir as it was its internal issue on which its position has “prevailed and will prevail”, remarks that come in the backdro ...

Inspector, lady constable placed under suspension
GUWAHATI/MANGALDAI, Sept 17 - The inspector-in-charge of the Burha police outpost, Mahendra Sarma, and lady constable Binita Boro have been placed under suspension and a criminal case registered against them for allegedly stripping and torturing a pr ...

APW to file two petitions in SC
NEW DELHI, Sept 17 - The Assam Public Works (APW) on Tuesday declared that it is filing two separate petitions in the Supreme Court seeking reverification of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) data and an inquiry into the software used by the NR ...

Security threat in NE high
GUWAHATI, Sept 17 - Long international borders with five countries make the North East vulnerable to security threats and the Centre is of the view that though different border guarding forces are entrusted with the responsibility of guarding the int ...

Cloning has turned tea varieties vulnerable
GUWAHATI, Sept 17 - The growing popularity of cloned tea plants has resulted in the uprooting and replacement of the old seedling teas with such cloned varieties in the major tea estates of the State. This is leading to decrease in the genetic base o ...

Bangladesh proposes museum, war memorial in Agartala
AGARTALA, Sept 17 - In a fresh attempt to take the bilateral relations between Bangladesh and India to a new height, the Bangladesh Government has proposed to set up a museum here in the name of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, considered the father of Banglad ...

Deb backs Shah’s ‘one nation, one language’ call
AGARTALA, Sept 17 - Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb has supported Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s call for ‘one nation, one language’ and said he did not believe that English language was the only key to development. ...

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