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  • Assam's Bodoland Elections: Gains for Perfume Baron While Congress Draws a Blank

    Assam's Bodoland Elections: Gains for Perfume Baron While Congress Draws a Blank

    The Congress has not managed to win a single seat in the elections to the Bodoland Territorial Council, even as the All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF), the party of perfume baron perfume baron Badruddin Ajmal, scored a handful of seats in its debut election. However, the Bodoland People's Front is expected to retain control of the Council.

  • 3 Days Before Assam Massacre, Bodo Militants Sued for Peace

    3 Days Before Assam Massacre, Bodo Militants Sued for Peace

    On December 19 - three days before Bodo terrorists struck in Assam last month, killing at least 80 people in three districts - a peace proposal came from the terrorists. The callers were none other than Bidai and Baitha - the commander and deputy commander of National Democratic Front of Bodoland (Songojit).

  • Bodo Militant Platoon Commander Killed in Encounter in Assam

    Bodo Militant Platoon Commander Killed in Encounter in Assam

    An National Democratic Front of Bodoland NDFB(S) platoon commander, allegedly involved in the recent attack by the outfit on Adivasis, was killed in an encounter in Assam's Kokrajhar district today, police said.

  • 7 Bodo Militants Arrested in Joint Operation by Army, Assam Police

    7 Bodo Militants Arrested in Joint Operation by Army, Assam Police

    Seven terrorists of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (Songojit faction), suspected to be involved in the December 23 massacre of Adivasis (tribals) in Assam's Kokrajhar, were arrested in a pre-dawn operation jointly carried out by the Indian Army and state police.

  • Tension in Assam remains even as situation calms

    Tension in Assam remains even as situation calms

    Parts of Assam, which had been hit by ethnic violence that began on December 23, may be limping back to normalcy. Despite more relief camps being set up and the army taking part in security operations, there seems to be little to assure the victims who are uncertain of their future in the Bodoland Territorial Area Districts (BTAD) region.

  • Assam Fear: He Saw His Neighbours Slit His Brother's Throat

    Assam Fear: He Saw His Neighbours Slit His Brother's Throat

    Phuren Basimatry has seen enough blood and guts in his days as a gunner in the army. But nothing had prepared the retired artillery man for Friday's events.

  • Mamata Banerjee Assures Help to People Crossing Over From Violence-Hit Assam

    Mamata Banerjee Assures Help to People Crossing Over From Violence-Hit Assam

    Assuring assistance to people crossing over from Assam to escape violence, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said several relief camps have been set up at Alipurduar in north Bengal and also promised to establish several more.

  • 12-Hour Bandh Tomorrow in North Bengal Against Assam Massacre

    12-Hour Bandh Tomorrow in North Bengal Against Assam Massacre

    A 12-hour bandh has been called by tribal organisations in six north Bengal districts tomorrow to protest against the attack and killing of adivasis by National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) in Assam.

  • Want Results in Assam, Centre Tells Army: 10 Developments

    Want Results in Assam, Centre Tells Army: 10 Developments

    The army will intensify its operations in Assam against Bodo militants accused of killing 83 people on Tuesday in one of the worst massacres in the northeastern state. Thousands of people have left their homes in fear after the killings. (Watch the Video)

  • Assam Attacks: Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi Warns of Stern Action Against Militants

    Assam Attacks: Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi Warns of Stern Action Against Militants

    Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today termed the serial attacks by NDFB(S) on the tribal community across the state as 'most heinous, most cowardly and most barbaric' and said the government will deal with the militant outfit 'very firmly'.

  • Assam Attacks: PM Sanctions Rs 2 lakh Each For Kin of Deceased

    Assam Attacks: PM Sanctions Rs 2 lakh Each For Kin of Deceased

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today expressed grief over loss of lives in Assam militant attacks and sanctioned ex-gratia relief of Rs 2 lakh each to the next of kin of the deceased and Rs 50,000 to each of the seriously injured.

  • How 70 People Were Killed in Assam in Less Than 24 Hours

    How 70 People Were Killed in Assam in Less Than 24 Hours

    In northern Assam, militants demanding a separate homeland for indigenous Bodo tribesmen went on a killing spree last night. Protesters demonstrating against the killing were fired upon by the police this morning. 70 people have been killed since Tuesday evening. Here are the 10 latest developments:

  • One-Hour Massacre of 62 in Assam

    One-Hour Massacre of 62 in Assam

    How the government failed, writes Nitin Gokhale.

  • Assam Massacre's Victims Include Women, Children

    Assam Massacre's Victims Include Women, Children

    In multiple attacks that lasted an hour, 70 people including children were killed in Assam by rebels demanding a separate homeland for indigenous Bodo people.

  • 55 People Killed by Suspected Bodo Militants in Assam: 10 Developments

    55 People Killed by Suspected Bodo Militants in Assam: 10 Developments

    At least 55 people, including 20 children, were killed in a series of coordinated attacks by suspected Bodo militants in Assam on Tuesday.

  • 55 People Killed by Suspected Militants, Assam on Red Alert

    55 People Killed by Suspected Militants, Assam on Red Alert

    At least 52 people were killed in a series of coordinated attacks by suspected Bodo militants in Assam on Tuesday.

  • 43 People Killed by Suspected Militants, Assam on Red Alert

    43 People Killed by Suspected Militants, Assam on Red Alert

    43 people were killed by suspected militants of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (Songbijit) or NDFB(S) in Sonitpur and Kokrajhar districts of Assam on Tuesday evening.

  • Al Qaeda Trying to Enter Assam: Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi

    Al Qaeda Trying to Enter Assam: Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi

    Days after Al Qaeda issued a video threatening to carry out its campaign in India, Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today claimed that the terror group is trying to set up base in the state and had "tacit understanding" with ULFA.

  • 16-Year-Old Girl Dragged Out of Home, Shot 9 Times in Front of Parents

    16-Year-Old Girl Dragged Out of Home, Shot 9 Times in Front of Parents

    There is outrage across Assam after a 16-year-old girl was executed by militants of the outlawed National Democratic Front of Bodoland (Songbijit) faction in the state's Chirang district on August 20.

  • Indefinite Curfew in Assam's Baksa District, Day after Four Bodies Found

    Indefinite Curfew in Assam's Baksa District, Day after Four Bodies Found

    Indefinite curfew continues in parts of Assam's Baksa district, a day after all four bodies of people kidnapped by suspected National Democratic Front of Bodoland militants, were recovered.

  • Bodoland People's Front Breaks Alliance With Tarun Gogoi-Led Congress Government in Assam

    Bodoland People's Front Breaks Alliance With Tarun Gogoi-Led Congress Government in Assam

    Bodoland People's Front, or the BPF, today snapped its 13-year-old alliance with the Congress in Assam, amid indications that it was planning to join hands with Narendra Modi's BJP, which registered an impressive performance in the state in the Lok Sabha polls.

  • In Balapara, Villagers Want Tarun Gogoi to Match his Statements, With Action

    In Balapara, Villagers Want Tarun Gogoi to Match his Statements, With Action

    On the night on May 1, Kokrajhar's Balapara village was the first to come under attack from alleged militants of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland, the start of a cycle of violence that has in the last four days claimed 31 lives in Kokrajhar and Baksa.

  • Assam Violence: Victims Finally Buried; Curfew Relaxed

    Assam Violence: Victims Finally Buried; Curfew Relaxed

    Curfew in the three violence-hit districts of Kokrajhar, Baksa and Chirang in Assam was relaxed on Monday morning. The death toll in the targeted killings rose to 31 on Sunday evening after two bodies were found floating in the Beki river near Narayanguri village in Baksa district. 30 people have been arrested in connection with the killing of lo...

  • Assam Violence: Relatives of Baksa Victims Perform Last Rites

    Assam Violence: Relatives of Baksa Victims Perform Last Rites

    The family members of those killed in the targeted attacks by suspected National Democratic Front of Bodoland (Songbhijit faction) militants in Assam's Baksa district buried the bodies on Sunday night.

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