Youth must take over management and development of country: Manmohan Singh
"India needs young people like Debabrata to lead the country in years to come, the youth must take over the management and development of our country," said former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
Assam NRC: 19, 30, Or 50L? Chasing aliens or ghosts?
In 1998, then Assam governor Lt Gen S K Sinha (retd) had sent a report — ‘Illegal Migrat...
Assam BJP expresses distrust in updated NRC, seeks nationwide citizens list
BJP Assam President Ranjeet Kumar Dass said the final NRC contain...
NDA government pressured me to go ahead with "secret killings": Tarun Gogoi
Gogoi was referring to extrajudicial killings of the late 1990s when masked men, allegedly sponsored by the government, would kill suspected ULFA militants and their kin.
Prime Minister alleging I did nothing for Assam not true: Manmohan Singh
The former Prime Minister said that the people will "reward the Congress for the good work it has done for the people of the state for the last 15 years".
Debabrata Saikia the new legislature party leader of Congress in Assam
What is being seen as a move to ease out former chief minister, Tarun Gogoi, congress leadership has chosen Debabrata Saikia as the new legislature party leader.
A look at the shadow Chief Ministers of West Bengal, Assam, Kerala & Tamil Nadu
Mannan played an important role in bringing the CBI to investigate the Saradha chit fund scam by filing a petition to the Calcutta High Court.
Lok Sabha polls: No Modi wave in country, says Manmohan Singh
To a question, Singh said, "I don't think Congress is losing ground. Wait for the results on May 16. We will win a majority."
Mizoram observes 17th statehood anniversary
Mizoram observed the 17th anniversary of attainment of statehood today as all government offices and educational institutions remained closed.
PM to cast his vote in Assam
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who did not cast his vote in 2004 parliamentary elections and also skipped the Assembly polls two years later, would exercise his franchise in Assam on April 23 for the Guwahati Lok Sabha constituency.
Why the militant group ULFA matters ahead of Assam Assembly Polls
It is feared that the ULFA (Independent), the breakaway faction led by Paresh Baruah, may disrupt BJP this time in some pockets of Dibrugarh, Tinsukia districts.
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