Alok Pandey And Sanjay Chakraborty


'Alok Pandey And Sanjay Chakraborty' - 12 News Result(s)

  • 10 Killed, Many Feared Trapped In Arunachal Landslide

    10 Killed, Many Feared Trapped In Arunachal Landslide

    At least 10 people have died in a massive landslide triggered by heavy rainfall in the last three days in Arunachal Pradesh's West Kameng district.

  • In Assam's Kaziranga, Challenges Mire Efforts To Save One-Horned Rhino

    In Assam's Kaziranga, Challenges Mire Efforts To Save One-Horned Rhino

    As night falls at Assam's Kaziranga National Park, a dozen men - some forest guards while others part of a special task force - set out on a raid to a village on the periphery of the reserve, home to the biggest numbers of one-horned rhino in the world.

  • Forest Guards' Arrests For Rhino Poaching At Kaziranga Point To Bigger Nexus

    Forest Guards' Arrests For Rhino Poaching At Kaziranga Point To Bigger Nexus

    A week ago, four poachers were arrested from a highway near Kaziranga National Park's Burapahar Range, which has seen the maximum number of killings of the endangered one-horned rhino.

  • Tension in Assam After Killing of Businessman, Daughter

    Tension in Assam After Killing of Businessman, Daughter

    Top policemen are camping in Assam's Tinsukia amid tension after the killing earlier this week of a businessman and his daughter, both from outside Assam and part of a community that is locally referred to as "Hindi -speaking people".

  • Despite Government Climbdown, No Let Up in Imphal Tension

    Despite Government Climbdown, No Let Up in Imphal Tension

    The committee leading protests in Manipur's capital Imphal has decided to go ahead with a 12-hour general strike tomorrow, despite conciliatory measures by the state government towards those who want strict regulations for the entry of non-indigenous people into the state.

  • Manipur Government's Climbdown After Protests in Imphal

    Manipur Government's Climbdown After Protests in Imphal

    The Manipur government has withdrawn a bill introduced in the state Assembly this March, that was supposed to regulate the entry of outsiders into the state, but was rejected by protestors saying it had no teeth.

  • Despite Curfew, Protests Still on in Imphal

    Despite Curfew, Protests Still on in Imphal

    It's been more than four days since Manipur's capital Imphal is under curfew, but the protesters who are demanding tough restrictions on the entry of outsiders - both Indians and foreigners - in the state are continuing their struggle.

  • Meet the Man Who Planted an Entire Forest to Curb Pollution

    Meet the Man Who Planted an Entire Forest to Curb Pollution

    What started as a simple tree planting exercise to prevent soil erosion in his village in 1979, has now become a massive green cover of over 1300 acres in Assam. Jaydev Payeng started planting trees in 1979, and has single handedly planted most of the trees in the Molai forest, nearly 350 kilometres away from Guwahati.

  • Assam Woman Allegedly Branded 'Witch', 'Punished' by Villagers

    Assam Woman Allegedly Branded 'Witch', 'Punished' by Villagers

    A middle-aged woman was allegedly branded a witch and attacked in her village on the outskirts of Guwahati in Assam last week. Though the woman was not killed after some other villagers intervened, the incident has once again brought into focus the issue of witch hunting in Assam, and across the country.

  • One Month After Assam Violence, Returning Home Still Not an Option for Many of Those Affected

    One Month After Assam Violence, Returning Home Still Not an Option for Many of Those Affected

    16 tribal students at a relief camp in Assam's Deosiri are to appear for their class 10 exams in February. They have only a few books to prepare for the crucial examinations - the rest were burnt when Bodo militants set fire to their homes in December.

  • Asia's Cleanest Village is in Meghalaya

    Asia's Cleanest Village is in Meghalaya

    A toilet for each home, dustbins found everywhere.

  • Battling Hunger and Rebuilding Homes Top Priority for Flood-Hit People of Assam, Meghalaya

    Battling Hunger and Rebuilding Homes Top Priority for Flood-Hit People of Assam, Meghalaya

    More than 70 people have been killed and lakhs displaced in floods and landslides in the two northeastern states of Assam and Meghalaya.

'Alok Pandey And Sanjay Chakraborty' - 12 News Result(s)

  • 10 Killed, Many Feared Trapped In Arunachal Landslide

    10 Killed, Many Feared Trapped In Arunachal Landslide

    At least 10 people have died in a massive landslide triggered by heavy rainfall in the last three days in Arunachal Pradesh's West Kameng district.

  • In Assam's Kaziranga, Challenges Mire Efforts To Save One-Horned Rhino

    In Assam's Kaziranga, Challenges Mire Efforts To Save One-Horned Rhino

    As night falls at Assam's Kaziranga National Park, a dozen men - some forest guards while others part of a special task force - set out on a raid to a village on the periphery of the reserve, home to the biggest numbers of one-horned rhino in the world.

  • Forest Guards' Arrests For Rhino Poaching At Kaziranga Point To Bigger Nexus

    Forest Guards' Arrests For Rhino Poaching At Kaziranga Point To Bigger Nexus

    A week ago, four poachers were arrested from a highway near Kaziranga National Park's Burapahar Range, which has seen the maximum number of killings of the endangered one-horned rhino.

  • Tension in Assam After Killing of Businessman, Daughter

    Tension in Assam After Killing of Businessman, Daughter

    Top policemen are camping in Assam's Tinsukia amid tension after the killing earlier this week of a businessman and his daughter, both from outside Assam and part of a community that is locally referred to as "Hindi -speaking people".

  • Despite Government Climbdown, No Let Up in Imphal Tension

    Despite Government Climbdown, No Let Up in Imphal Tension

    The committee leading protests in Manipur's capital Imphal has decided to go ahead with a 12-hour general strike tomorrow, despite conciliatory measures by the state government towards those who want strict regulations for the entry of non-indigenous people into the state.

  • Manipur Government's Climbdown After Protests in Imphal

    Manipur Government's Climbdown After Protests in Imphal

    The Manipur government has withdrawn a bill introduced in the state Assembly this March, that was supposed to regulate the entry of outsiders into the state, but was rejected by protestors saying it had no teeth.

  • Despite Curfew, Protests Still on in Imphal

    Despite Curfew, Protests Still on in Imphal

    It's been more than four days since Manipur's capital Imphal is under curfew, but the protesters who are demanding tough restrictions on the entry of outsiders - both Indians and foreigners - in the state are continuing their struggle.

  • Meet the Man Who Planted an Entire Forest to Curb Pollution

    Meet the Man Who Planted an Entire Forest to Curb Pollution

    What started as a simple tree planting exercise to prevent soil erosion in his village in 1979, has now become a massive green cover of over 1300 acres in Assam. Jaydev Payeng started planting trees in 1979, and has single handedly planted most of the trees in the Molai forest, nearly 350 kilometres away from Guwahati.

  • Assam Woman Allegedly Branded 'Witch', 'Punished' by Villagers

    Assam Woman Allegedly Branded 'Witch', 'Punished' by Villagers

    A middle-aged woman was allegedly branded a witch and attacked in her village on the outskirts of Guwahati in Assam last week. Though the woman was not killed after some other villagers intervened, the incident has once again brought into focus the issue of witch hunting in Assam, and across the country.

  • One Month After Assam Violence, Returning Home Still Not an Option for Many of Those Affected

    One Month After Assam Violence, Returning Home Still Not an Option for Many of Those Affected

    16 tribal students at a relief camp in Assam's Deosiri are to appear for their class 10 exams in February. They have only a few books to prepare for the crucial examinations - the rest were burnt when Bodo militants set fire to their homes in December.

  • Asia's Cleanest Village is in Meghalaya

    Asia's Cleanest Village is in Meghalaya

    A toilet for each home, dustbins found everywhere.

  • Battling Hunger and Rebuilding Homes Top Priority for Flood-Hit People of Assam, Meghalaya

    Battling Hunger and Rebuilding Homes Top Priority for Flood-Hit People of Assam, Meghalaya

    More than 70 people have been killed and lakhs displaced in floods and landslides in the two northeastern states of Assam and Meghalaya.

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