Assam Violence


'Assam Violence' - 172 News Result(s)

  • Trains Blocked For 2 Days, Curfew In Assam Town As Police Firing Kills Two

    Trains Blocked For 2 Days, Curfew In Assam Town As Police Firing Kills Two

    Over 2,000 passengers in Assam were stranded as trains headed for Silchar and Guwahati were stopped midway amid an indefinite curfew imposed in the Maibang area of Dima Hasao district after two people were killed in police firing on Thursday.

  • 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".

  • Top Ranking NDFB(S) Militant Involved in 2014 Assam Massacre Arrested

    Top Ranking NDFB(S) Militant Involved in 2014 Assam Massacre Arrested

    A top ranking militant leader of the NDFB (Songbijit), involved in the Adivasi massacre on December 23 last, was arrested during a joint operation of army and police from Chetnaguri in Kokrajhar district of Assam today.

  • After 16-Hour Hunt and a Gunfight, 7 Militants Arrested in Assam

    After 16-Hour Hunt and a Gunfight,  7 Militants Arrested in Assam

    It took 16 hours for a joint team of the Indian Army and the Assam Police to comb through the dense forests of Assam's Karbi Anglong district, as they hunted for seven top leaders of the militant outfit Karbi People's Liberation Tiger or KPLT on Monday.

  • 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.

  • Month After Assam Violence, Fear Keeps Tribals and Bodos From Returning Home

    Month After Assam Violence, Fear Keeps Tribals and Bodos From Returning Home

    Even a month after 80 people were killed after Bodo militants launched an attack on tribal villages in four districts of Assam, fear is a big factor that has kept about 10,000 displaced people from returning home. They continue to remain in relief camps despite facing hardships and shortages.

  • Nine Bodo Militants Arrested in Crackdown by Joint Team

    Nine Bodo Militants Arrested in Crackdown by Joint Team

    In a crackdown on NDFB(S) militants, nine insurgents, including the chief recruiting officer, believed to be the brain behind the December 23 killing of Adivasis in Assam, and Belsiri 'platoon commander', were arrested.

  • 12 Bodo Militants Arrested in Assam's Chirang, Weapons Seized

    12 Bodo Militants Arrested in Assam's Chirang, Weapons Seized

    Twelve militants of NDFB-Songbijit, which was behind the December massacre of over 70 people in lower Assam, were apprehended during a joint operation by security forces in the Manas Reserve Forest in Chirang District along the India-Bhutan border.

  • 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.

  • Militant Hideout Busted in Assam's Kokrajhar

    Militant Hideout Busted in Assam's Kokrajhar

    A hideout of the NDFB(S) was today busted in a joint operation by commandos of the Assam police and army men in the jungles of lower Assam's Kokrajhar district.

  • Assam Situation Improving, No Incident In Last 48 Hours: Officials

    Assam Situation Improving, No Incident In Last 48 Hours: Officials

    The situation in violence-hit lower Assam districts is improving with no fresh incidents being reported since Friday, even as Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today said confidence-building measures were needed in the wake of death of 81 people following an NDFB(S) militant attack.

  • Assam Violence: Army Chief Dalbir Singh Asks to Keep Up Operations Against Terror

    Assam Violence: Army Chief Dalbir Singh Asks to Keep Up Operations Against Terror

    Army Chief General Dalbir Singh today reviewed the security situation in Assam after NDFB(S) militants killed over 70 people this week and directed his troops to carry out relentless operations against the perpetrators of terror.

  • Assam Violence to Be Probed by National Investigation Agency

    Assam Violence to Be Probed by National Investigation Agency

    The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has been directed by the Union Home Ministry to take up the cases relating to the recent killing of more than 70 adivasis by National Democratic Front of Assam-Songbijit (NDFB-S) militants in two districts of Assam.

  • Army Chief Reviews Operations in Volatile Assam

    Army Chief Reviews Operations in Volatile Assam

    Indian Army chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag on Saturday reviewed the security situation in Assam in the aftermath of the gory killings by Bodo militants, as security forces intensified operations along the international border with Bhutan.

  • Assam Violence: Army Chief to Hold Close-Door Strategy Meeting With Officials

    Assam Violence: Army Chief to Hold Close-Door Strategy Meeting With Officials

    Army Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag will hold a closed-door strategy meeting with senior Army officials in Guwahati to review the situation in Assam where more than 80 people have been killed following attacks by Bodo militants.

'Assam Violence' - 135 Video Result(s)

'Assam Violence' - 172 News Result(s)

  • Trains Blocked For 2 Days, Curfew In Assam Town As Police Firing Kills Two

    Trains Blocked For 2 Days, Curfew In Assam Town As Police Firing Kills Two

    Over 2,000 passengers in Assam were stranded as trains headed for Silchar and Guwahati were stopped midway amid an indefinite curfew imposed in the Maibang area of Dima Hasao district after two people were killed in police firing on Thursday.

  • 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".

  • Top Ranking NDFB(S) Militant Involved in 2014 Assam Massacre Arrested

    Top Ranking NDFB(S) Militant Involved in 2014 Assam Massacre Arrested

    A top ranking militant leader of the NDFB (Songbijit), involved in the Adivasi massacre on December 23 last, was arrested during a joint operation of army and police from Chetnaguri in Kokrajhar district of Assam today.

  • After 16-Hour Hunt and a Gunfight, 7 Militants Arrested in Assam

    After 16-Hour Hunt and a Gunfight,  7 Militants Arrested in Assam

    It took 16 hours for a joint team of the Indian Army and the Assam Police to comb through the dense forests of Assam's Karbi Anglong district, as they hunted for seven top leaders of the militant outfit Karbi People's Liberation Tiger or KPLT on Monday.

  • 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.

  • Month After Assam Violence, Fear Keeps Tribals and Bodos From Returning Home

    Month After Assam Violence, Fear Keeps Tribals and Bodos From Returning Home

    Even a month after 80 people were killed after Bodo militants launched an attack on tribal villages in four districts of Assam, fear is a big factor that has kept about 10,000 displaced people from returning home. They continue to remain in relief camps despite facing hardships and shortages.

  • Nine Bodo Militants Arrested in Crackdown by Joint Team

    Nine Bodo Militants Arrested in Crackdown by Joint Team

    In a crackdown on NDFB(S) militants, nine insurgents, including the chief recruiting officer, believed to be the brain behind the December 23 killing of Adivasis in Assam, and Belsiri 'platoon commander', were arrested.

  • 12 Bodo Militants Arrested in Assam's Chirang, Weapons Seized

    12 Bodo Militants Arrested in Assam's Chirang, Weapons Seized

    Twelve militants of NDFB-Songbijit, which was behind the December massacre of over 70 people in lower Assam, were apprehended during a joint operation by security forces in the Manas Reserve Forest in Chirang District along the India-Bhutan border.

  • 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.

  • Militant Hideout Busted in Assam's Kokrajhar

    Militant Hideout Busted in Assam's Kokrajhar

    A hideout of the NDFB(S) was today busted in a joint operation by commandos of the Assam police and army men in the jungles of lower Assam's Kokrajhar district.

  • Assam Situation Improving, No Incident In Last 48 Hours: Officials

    Assam Situation Improving, No Incident In Last 48 Hours: Officials

    The situation in violence-hit lower Assam districts is improving with no fresh incidents being reported since Friday, even as Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today said confidence-building measures were needed in the wake of death of 81 people following an NDFB(S) militant attack.

  • Assam Violence: Army Chief Dalbir Singh Asks to Keep Up Operations Against Terror

    Assam Violence: Army Chief Dalbir Singh Asks to Keep Up Operations Against Terror

    Army Chief General Dalbir Singh today reviewed the security situation in Assam after NDFB(S) militants killed over 70 people this week and directed his troops to carry out relentless operations against the perpetrators of terror.

  • Assam Violence to Be Probed by National Investigation Agency

    Assam Violence to Be Probed by National Investigation Agency

    The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has been directed by the Union Home Ministry to take up the cases relating to the recent killing of more than 70 adivasis by National Democratic Front of Assam-Songbijit (NDFB-S) militants in two districts of Assam.

  • Army Chief Reviews Operations in Volatile Assam

    Army Chief Reviews Operations in Volatile Assam

    Indian Army chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag on Saturday reviewed the security situation in Assam in the aftermath of the gory killings by Bodo militants, as security forces intensified operations along the international border with Bhutan.

  • Assam Violence: Army Chief to Hold Close-Door Strategy Meeting With Officials

    Assam Violence: Army Chief to Hold Close-Door Strategy Meeting With Officials

    Army Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag will hold a closed-door strategy meeting with senior Army officials in Guwahati to review the situation in Assam where more than 80 people have been killed following attacks by Bodo militants.

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