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Rajnath: BJP not against Bangla pact

BJP president Rajnath Singh on Wednesday said that the party is also willing to resolve the border dispute with Bangladesh but agreement should not be unilateral.

Police encounter fake, says NHRC

In what may be a major setback for the Congress government, the National Human Rights Commission has held an encounter of two persons by the Assam police as fake.

ED suspects Saradha money sent abroad

The Enforcement Directorate, probing multi-crore rupees scam by Saradha Group, has suspicion that majority of the money, collected by the chit fund company from its depositors, was laundered across th

8 migrant miners lynched to death

Eight migrant coal mine labourers were lynched to death by a group of local labourers in Nongalbibra area of South Garo Hills in Meghalaya on Monday.

Ulfa chief trying to contact key govt officials?

Elusive Ulfa chief Paresh Baruah is learnt to have asked his overground sympathisers to rope in senior government officials in New Delhi, security sources claimed.

Rebellion trouble for Gogoi again

Even as a group of about 17 dissident MLAs left for New Delhi on Monday to meet Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi said that he was going to seek permission to reshuffle

Cong MLAs call for overhaul of gogoi Cabinet

Problem for Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi seems to be far from over with a group of seven senior legislators led by former minister Sarat Barkatoky demanding a complete overhauling of his council of ministers on Saturday.
Mr Barkatoky, who called on chief minister on Friday with seven veteran legislators, told reporters, “We met the chief minister to advise him for taking urgent steps for maintaining discipline in the party.”

Gogoi manages to defuse RS crisis

In what has come as great relief for the Congress party in the run-up to the Rajya Sabha elections, Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi has not only succeeded in persuading angry legislators of his party to vote for the party candidates, but has also managed to rope in five votes from outside the party.

Assam Cong MLA ‘assaulted’ by CRPF personnel

Assam Congress MLA Rupjyoti Kurmi, who is one of the most vocal leaders of the dissident camp, here on Friday alleged that CRPF personnel assaulted him when he went to inquire about the kidnapping and subsequent release of two garden workers of his constituency in Upper Assam’s Jorhat district.

AIUDF refuses to retire from Rajya Sabha contest

The fate of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will be decided by voting for two Rajya Sabha seats on May 30 as All-India United Democratic Front refused to withdraw its candidate on Thursday last date for

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