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Some forces trying to destabilise Centre and state: Gogoi

Appealing to students and people from Assam living in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh not to panic, Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi said on Thursday said that unidentified forces were fomenting violence in lo

Ajmal responsible for mass exodus: AASU

The influential All Assam Students Union on Thursday held prominent minority leader and president of the All India United Democratic Front Badaruddin Ajmal responsible for the mass exodus and fear psy

Assam resents student exodus

Resentment prevailed in Assam on Tuesday following the report in local media claiming that some students of the state are threatened in Hyderabad and other cities of Kerala, Karnataka and Maharashtra

About three lakh inmates still in 228 relief camps

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Altogether 2,92,852 inmates are currently living in 228 relief camps in four trouble-torn districts of lower Assam, while 10,636 inmates having left the camps during the last 24 hours.

In Kokrajhar,

Jamiat: No role in Mumbai violence

Assam Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind president Badruddin Ajmal here on Sunday condemned the violence in south Mumbai, while asserting that organisation outside Assam did not have any business in raking up issues

‘Cong has lost moral right to stay in power’

Former Assam chief minister and Asom Gana Parishad president Prafulla Kumar Mahanta here on Sunday slammed the ruling Congress government for its failure in containing the violence and restoring peace

Not seeking to remove Gogoi: AIUDF chief

The veteran minority leader and president of All-India United Democratic Front Badruddin Ajmal here on Sunday clarified that he was not lobbying to remove Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi .

7 N-E militant outfits call for I-Day boycott

In what has become a customary in Assam, seven militant groups of Northeastern states including the outlawed Ulfa and National Democratic Front of Bodoland hardliners have jointly given a call to boyc

7 N-E militant outfits call for I-Day boycott

In what has become a customary in Assam, seven militant groups of Northeastern states including the outlawed Ulfa and National Democratic Front of Bodoland hardliners have jointly given a call to boyc

Assam violence: Four more bodies found, toll rises to 77

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Four more bodies were recovered on Wednesday in lower Assam, which witnessed fresh incidents of violence, taking the toll to 77, police said.

"Two bodies, that of a male and a female from the mino

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