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Assam: BCPL observed 11th death anniversary of Bhupen Hazarika

Assam: BCPL observed 11th death anniversary of Bhupen Hazarika

DIBRUGARH, NOV 6: Brahmaputra Cracker and Polymer Limited(BCPL) Staff Welfare Committee organised a “Shradhanjali Program” on the occasion of the 11th death anniversary of Bharat Ratna, Sudhakantha Dr Bhupen Hazarika at BCPL township Barbaruah in upper Assam Dibrugarh. Various cultural performances on the creations of the legend were showcased by the employee and their family members in the event were organised to pay tribute to the maestro. Renowned cultural icon and radio artist of Dibrugarh Santana Baruah was felicitated by Managing Director of BCPL Reep Hazarika. The…
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Assam: Clash breaks out between AAP members and toll gate personnel, police resort to lathi-charge to control situation

Assam: Clash breaks out between AAP members and toll gate personnel, police resort to lathi-charge to control situation

GUWAHATI, NOV 6:  A calsh broke out between the members of the Aam Aasmi Party (AAP) and toll gate authorities at Bajali district in Assam on Sunday. The clash broke out when members of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) staged a protest against the toll gate authorities at Golia near Bhawanipur in Bajali district of Assam on Sunday. According to reports, the toll gate authorities allegedly attacked the AAP protestors. Later, when the situation seemed to be getting out of control, the police resorted to lathi-charge. The…
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Assam: Vigilance Awareness week organised by Dibrugarh Airport

Assam: Vigilance Awareness week organised by Dibrugarh Airport

GUWAHATI, NOV 6: Corruption is a cancer, a cancer that eats away its citizen’s faith in democracy, diminishes the instinct for innovation and creativity. With the aim of Corruption, free India for a developed Nation Dibrugarh Airport along with its stakeholder organised Vigilance awareness week every year to spread integrity in all sphere of life. This year Vigilance awareness week organised by Dibrugarh Airport management between 31st October to 6th November. The awareness week commenced by commemorating the birth anniversary of “Lauh Purush Shri Sardar Vallabh Bhai…
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After Netherlands beats South Africa, India qualifies for T20 World Cup semifinals

After Netherlands beats South Africa, India qualifies for T20 World Cup semifinals

Netherlands produced an outstanding performance with both the bat and the ball to defeat South Africa in Adelaide and secure their position in the top four of the Super 12, which ensures their qualifying for the T20 World Cup 2024. In the process, South Africa was eliminated from the competition, and India advanced to the T20 World Cup semifinals ahead of their match against Zimbabwe later today. The match between Pakistan and Bangladesh later today will suddenly be a game of life or death, with the victors…
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Results of key bypolls today, prestige battles in Bihar, Telangana

Results of key bypolls today, prestige battles in Bihar, Telangana

The Shiv Sena, the RJD, and the BJP each held one of the seven seats when there was a competitive race between them and the saffron party. The Congress held three of the seats. Today’s byelection results for seven assembly districts across six states will be counted, including Munugode in Telangana, where the TRS, Congress, and BJP engaged in a contentious contest. In Haryana, a family legacy is at stake, and Bihar and Maharashtra are experiencing prestige wars. The results of the November 3 by-elections will also…
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India’s Capital Delhi is drowning into its own garbage

India’s Capital Delhi is drowning into its own garbage

As we continued to ignore basic logic, Delhi’s “solution” to its waste management problem from four decades ago has turned into a full-blown calamity. And it will be a catastrophe if we don’t wake up even now. Early in the 1980s, Delhi faced a problem. Its streets and lanes were strewn with mountains of rotting, foul garbage. The city required a sizable area of land to dispose of its daily waste due to the demand of an expanding population. In 1984, the authorities eventually decided on a…
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Ashwini Vaishnaw says Survey work is set to start for bullet train in Varanasi

According to Rail Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw on Saturday, survey work is being done to begin bullet train services in this area. According to him, the high-speed rail corridor’s projected route will run via Greater Noida, Agra, Lucknow, Prayagraj, and Varanasi. Vaishnaw commented on the construction of the first bullet train between Mumbai and Ahmedabad, saying, “New things are being learned through this (project). This project will continue to develop as it moves forward. The nation will see the construction of more bullet train corridors. In Varanasi, survey…
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England won by 4 wickets, Ben stokes guide team to semifinal

England defeated Sri Lanka by a margin of four wickets to advance to the T20 World Cup semifinals, eliminating Australia in the process. Even though a target of 142 appeared to be comfortably within reach after openers Jos Buttler and Alex Hales produced 75 for the first wicket in just eight overs, the group 1 match’s decisive chase was anxiety-inducing. But six wickets fell in the space of 65 deliveries due to unforced errors, adding only 54. These dismissals were evenly divided among the trio of Wanindu…
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Assam: Dibrugarh police announce Rs 50k cash reward for info on pistol used in attack

Assam: Dibrugarh police announce Rs 50k cash reward for info on pistol used in attack

GUWAHATI, NOV 5: Dibrugarh police has announced a cash reward of Rs 50,000 for anyone who provides information related with the pistol which was used by assailants during the attack carried out on Siddhartha Rajkhowa, an employee of a Dibrugarh Court on the evening of October 31 at Laluka area on the NH-37 in the outskirts of Dibrugarh town. Rajkhowa was injured when he was shot by motorcycle-borne assailants while he was returning home on his motorcycle. Police have so far arrested 4 persons namely Pradipta Rajkhowa,…
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Assam : Consultation meeting with Tea labour welfare officers on child rights and business principles held

Assam : Consultation meeting with Tea labour welfare officers on child rights and business principles held

GUWAHATI,  NOV 5:  As a part of the “Child Rights and Business Principles” program initiated by Assam Branch Indian Tea Association (ABITA) in support with UNICEF, a half day consultation meeting for the Tea Estates Labour Welfare Officers held at the conference hall, ABITA Zone 1 office in uppeer Assam Dibrugarh on Saturday. The meeting primarily focused on developing an Action Plan on subject of importance such as Family Friendly/Welfare Policy, Prevention of Sexual Harassment at Work place etc visualizing the holistic development of the Tea Estate.…
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