Braving a rising mercury voters are lined up across 862 booths in the ongoing civic polls in Guwahati city on Wednesday
Worse is yet to come for Asom Gana Parishad. The party now stands crippled with escalating revolt against president Prafulla Kumar Mahanta.
Amid tight security polling in the Guwahati civic bodies begins across the city. Over 7 lakh voters are free to decide on the fate of172 ward councillors along with 356 area sabha candidates.
Rana Goswami and Bhupen Bora have resigned as parliamentary secretaries a day after their appointment as AICC secretaries in deference to the party’s one-man-one-post policy.
Health minister Himanta Biswa Sarma seeks public apology for the incident at the Mangaldoi civil hospital where four persons tested positive for HIV after they underwent blood transfusion.
In yet another major setback foi AGP, Apurba Bhattacharya will join Congress.
Dimasa Students Union along with Haflong Govt Collelge Students Association organised a sit-in-demonstration in front of the Secretariat Office, N.
Aaranyak and the Numaligarh Refinary Limited organized the 1st Pre-flood awareness campaign for the year 2013 at Convention Hall, Kohora Kaziranga National Park on Sunday (June 16).
The historic ‘Second Mess’, later named as ‘Swahid Ranjit Borpujari (SRB) Boys’ Hostel’ of the Cotton College is going to celebrate its 100th year.
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