Major General R S Chand, officiating GOC, Gajraj Corps felt the recent violent attacks carried out by anti-talk faction of militant outfit NDFB might be an attempt to frustrate the outcome of peace parleys with the pro-talk NDFB faction and the government.
State govt wants sale of tea waste to be made compulsory via auction centre.
Assam gov’s decision to increase VAT by 1 percentage point on items subjected to 4% and 12.5% tax under Schedule II of the VAT Act has come under attack both from the opposition and industry bodies.
With the impasse between the management and the workers of Assam Carbon Products Ltd (ACPL) not ending, the management has sought government intervention to bring back the unit to good health.
In order to set quality benchmark and attract global buyers to quality tea, the Assam government will initiate two-pronged certification measures.
With some suspected foreigners going untraced, the Assam government has authorised police officers to obtain fingerprints and photographs of suspected foreigners before or at the time of referring their cases to the foreigners tribunal.
The congress Party won the AP elections with two thirds majority.
The non-governmental organizations (NGO) opposing the pre-project development activity proposed by Uranium Corporation of India (UCIL) in the uranium rich area of West Khasi Hills are planning a fresh series of agitation.
The government of India is readying a comprehensive proposal for solving the decades old political conflicts in Nagaland. Already, the militant outfit NSCN-IM has submitted a charter of demand.
The first tea park of Northeast India is likely to come up in Assam. The state government has moved the union ministry of commerce for setting up the tea park.
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