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    Assam – RSS Swayamsevaks distributed food materials to 14,513 families, in 410 villages

    Braving Coronavirus terror and country wide lockdown, RSS Swayamsevaks are standing by the poor people of the state. 756 volunteers are working day and night to provide food materials to the poor and needy. As of now, food materials have been distributed to 14,513 poor families in 410 villages, in 22 districts of the state. Barpeta, Nalbari, Kamrup (Metro), Dibrugarh, Jorhat, Sibsagar, Chirang, Darang, Gola ...

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    Organic Vegetables – Bharatiya Kisan Sangh’s praise worthy initiative

    Guwahati. When the entire Nation is under lockdown, farmers who are associated with the Bharatiya Kisan Sangh, along with the cooperation of various district administrations, are providing low priced different Organic Vegetables grown without the use of Chemical Fertilizers and pesticides to the people of the state. This act of Bharatiya Kisan Sangh is being appreciated by one and all in the state. Right no ...

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    CAA – Assam PFI state president arrested for erupting violence

    Guwahati. The state president of Popular Front of India (PFI) Aminul Haque was arrested on Wednesday confirmed Assam Minister Chandramohan Patwari. Haque got arrested in connection with the violence that erupted in protest against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019. The police said that a total of 46 cases have been registered and 27 people were arrested for vandalism. More than 3000 people were detained ...

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    Silchar. A 15 feet fibre-made memorial statue of Rani Gaidinliu, the Naga spiritual and political leader who led a revolt against the British, will be built at Assam University, Silchar. In this regard, a Bhumi Pujan (land worshiping ceremony) was held at its site at the varsity premises on Friday (23.08.2019) in the presence of Prof. Dilip Chandra Nath, Vice-Chancellor, and Dr. Sanjit Bhattacharjee, Regist ...

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    Shun Colonial Mindset to Explore own Potential

    National Seminar in Imphal on ‘Revisiting Colonial Legacy in North East India’ Imphal. Intellectual Forum of North East, Dhanamanjuri University of Imphal, Department of Social work at Indira Gandhi National Tribal University and Centre for Manipur Studies of Manipur University, Canchipur, jointly organised a national seminar on ‘Revisiting Colonial Legacy in North East India, from February 2 to 3 at GP Wom ...

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    Mizoram, Assam face the biggest climate threat out of 12 states in IHR

    AIZAWL/GUWAHATI. The Himalayan region supports about 20 percent of the world’s population. But the ecologically fragile region, the storehouse of the third-highest amount of frozen water on earth, is highly vulnerable to climate change. Among the 12 states in the Indian Himalayan Region (IHR), Mizoram and Assam face the biggest climate threat, according to a Department of Science and Technology (DST) vulner ...

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    Tripura – FCI begins paddy procurement from state farmers for the 1st time!

    Agartala. The eagerly awaited paddy procurement process from state farmers through FCI started at Sonamura under Sepahijala district and is scheduled to continue till January 1st next. Farmers of Boxanagar, Mohanbhog, Nalchhar and Kathalia blocks registered with the Agriculture department will be selling a total of 367 metric tons of paddy to FCI. FCI is procuring paddy at Rs. 1750 per quintal whereas price ...

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    Home Ministry – Gorkhas in Assam can’t be referred to Foreigners’ Tribunals

    Guwahati. Ministry of Home Affairs has issued a clarification to the Government of Assam on the citizenship status of members of the Gorkha Community living in the State as per the Foreigners Act, 1946. This followed a representation from the All Assam Gorkha Students’ Union to the Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh recently as some cases of members of Gorkha community living in Assam were referred to the F ...

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    Meet 82-year old rickshaw puller who set up 9 schools in Assam

    GUWAHATI. Ahmed Ali, an 82-year-old rickshaw-puller from Karimganj district – who set up nine schools in Madhurband village of Patharkandi with his personal earnings – got featured in the 42nd ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on Sunday. Ali’s mention in the monthly address of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the nation set off a sense of festivity his remote village, close to the Bangladesh border. Ali’s efforts are symbolic ...

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    Three try to torch Assam RSS office

    Assam. Three miscreants tried to torch the office of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in Dima Hasao district late on Monday, police said on Tuesday. The three unidentified persons first damaged one of the CCTV cameras and then tried to torch the office at district headquarters Haflong by pouring petrol but failed, said an officer, adding they left soon after. The police said that they have recovered th ...

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