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Life imprisonment for 2 terrorists in Faizabad court blast case

Ayodhya, Dec 21: Two terrorists, Mohammad Tariq and Mohammad Akhtar, were given life imprisonment and fined Rs 50,000 each by a special court here on Friday for their involvement in the 2007 serial blasts in Faizabad, Lucknow and Varanasi. A…

Wild elephant herd enters villages, tea gardens in Dhekiajuli

GUWAHATI, Dec 20: Residents of various villages and workers of tea estates in Dhekiajuli are passing sleepless nights with a herd of wild elephants creating havoc in the locality. The elephant herd, villagers said, entered villages and tea gardens leading…

Mobile Internet services resume in Assam, police cautions people against rumors

GUWAHATI: Mobile internet services resumed in Assam on Friday, ten days after it was suspended following protests and violence in some parts of the state Broadband services, however, resumed from December 17. The Assam Police has cautioned people to use…

Assam govt to submit GoM’s recommendation to Centre for giving ST status to 6 communities

Dispur, Dec 19: Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Thursday said that his government would submit the recommendation of Group of Ministers (GoMs) for giving Schedule Tribe (ST) status to six communities of the state to the Central Government within…

High School TET exam postponed in Assam

Guwahati, Dec 20: The Secondary Education Department has postponed the High School Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) exam in Assam for January 19. The exam was earlier scheduled to be held on December 22 but got postponed after Assam recently witnessed…

No one can steal rights of sons of the soil of Assam: CM Sonowal

Guwahati, Dec 20: Amid the ongoing protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said here on Friday that Indian Muslims and people living in the state should not worry as no one can steal their rights.…

Curfew relaxed for 16 hours in Shillong

Shillong: Curfew was on Friday relaxed for 16 hours in Shillong, as the city limped back to normalcy after week-long protests and stray incidents of vandalisation of public property over the amended citizenship law, an official said. With the Assembly adopting…

West Bengal peaceful, no fresh violence reported over CAA

Kolkata: The situation in West Bengal was peaceful with no fresh incident of violence over the amended Citizenship Act reported so far on Friday, police said. Vigil has been stepped up by the police in several parts of the state to…

Jharkhand assembly polls: Voting begins for final phase

Ranchi, Dec 20: Voting for the fifth and final phase of Jharkhand assembly elections began at 7 am on Friday, amid the presence of heavy security at the polling booths.  Voting is underway across 16 constituencies in the final phase.…

Protests turn violent in Lucknow; police station set on fire, vehicles torched

GUWAHATI, Dec 19: Violence broke out in Lucknow and other cities of Uttar Pradesh over the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and NRC with protesters setting fire to a police station while buses and other vehicles were also torched. Here are the…

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