Bikash Singh

  • Crisis in Meghalaya takes new turn

    Crisis in Meghalaya takes new turn

    The crisis in Meghalaya is taking a new turn everyday. Now, the Speaker of the legislative assembly which is placed under suspended animation following President Rule, has stated that the court order is not binding on him.

    BJP to move EC citing violations of the model code of conduct

    BJP to move EC citing violations of the model code of conduct

    A day after Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi admitted receiving donations from the tea lobby in Kolkata for fighting Lok Sabha elections, BJP has decided to move election commission (EC) citing violations of the model code of conduct.

    'President's Rule in Meghalaya unfortunate'

    'President's Rule in Meghalaya unfortunate'

    Meghalaya information and public relations minister Manas Chaudhuri on Wednesday termed the union cabinet’s decision of clamping President’s Rule in the state as unfortunate.

    Kaziranga employees go for flash strike

    Kaziranga employees go for flash strike

    Employees of the world heritage site of Kaziranga National Park (KNP) in Assam went on a flash strike after one of the rangers was allegedly beaten up by two independent MLAs Jiten Gogoi and Kushal Deuri.

    Four killed in Guwahati blast

    Four killed in Guwahati blast

    Four people were killed in a blast, according to initial count, at Maligaon, 2 km from Kamakshya Temple, in the heart of Guwahati city.

    Bird flu hits more areas of Assam

    Bird flu hits more areas of Assam

    More areas of Assam are coming under bird flu virus. Fresh cases of bird flu have been detected at Khanapara in Guwahati, Dikom area of Dibrugarh district in Upper Assam and Bejera area of Kamrup district.

    Plantation sector gets a lifeline

    Plantation sector gets a lifeline

    In a move that may work as a sweetener for the tea industry, the Government of India has, in principal, agreed to share 50% of social infrastructure cost of the plantation industry. The overall cost is around Rs 2,800 crore for the next five years.

    Tourism also to be casualty in Assam

    Tourism also to be casualty in Assam

    The aftershocks of the serial blasts are likely to resonate across Assam’s tourism industry For the moment, national security forces have thrown a tight security blanket at strategic installations like oil refineries, pipelines, gas installations and railways.

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