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  • "Still Time To Talk About Separate State": Students' Body On Bodo Deal

    "Still Time To Talk About Separate State": Students' Body On Bodo Deal

    The All Bodo Students Union (ABSU), which has been spearheading movement for a separate Bodoland state, claimed that the accord signed on Monday was 'call of the time' to 'end armed conflict' and that there is still time to 'discuss about a separate state'. ABSU, however, indicated that it has not yet given up its aspiration for a separate Bodoland...

  • "Historic Accord," Says Amit Shah As Bodo Agreement Signed

    "Historic Accord," Says Amit Shah As Bodo Agreement Signed

    The government today signed an accord with the National Democratic Front of Bodoland - the banned militant group in Assam - bringing to an end the decades-long statehood movement which saw much bloodshed.

  • Bodo Group Leader Gets Bail, Heads To Delhi For Peace Deal With Centre

    Bodo Group Leader Gets Bail, Heads To Delhi For Peace Deal With Centre

    Ranjan Daimary, the chief of National Democratic Front of Boroland (Ranjan faction), has been serving life imprisonment for his role in the 2008 Assam serial blasts case.

  • Another Blow To Northeast Insurgency As Bodo Group Agrees To Peace Talks

    Another Blow To Northeast Insurgency As Bodo Group Agrees To Peace Talks

    Bishnu Goyari alias Bidai, the dreaded commander of the Saoraigwra faction of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB-S), came out of hiding recently. Accused of masterminding a series of attacks on tribals in Bodoland that killed over 80 people, his name had figured on the most wanted list of the National Investigation Agency as well as an...

  • 50 Bodo Insurgents Flee From Myanmar Hideout, May Surrender In India

    50 Bodo Insurgents Flee From Myanmar Hideout, May Surrender In India

    In a major development seen as the end of the Bodo insurgency in Assam, the banned Saoraigwra faction of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB-S) is on its way to surrender and may later join the ongoing Bodo peace process, sources have said.

  • How Poachers Turned Wildlife Protectors In Assam's Manas National Park

    How Poachers Turned Wildlife Protectors In Assam's Manas National Park

    Budheswar Bodo knows Assam's Manas National Park like the back of his hand. A "wildlife protector" for the past 15 years, the 45-year-old begins each day with an evening drill and briefing to fellow volunteers deep inside the woods. He knows that if it's not for those like him, the wildlife reserve will lose all its inhabitants to poachers who snea...

  • Centre May Exempt Parts Of Northeast From Citizenship Bill, Say Sources

    Centre May Exempt Parts Of Northeast From Citizenship Bill, Say Sources

    The centre may exempt parts of Northeast India from the ambit of the controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill likely to be tabled in the winter session of Parliament, official sources said on Saturday.

  • Communal Clashes Erupt in Assam's Hailakandi, Prohibitory Orders Imposed

    Communal Clashes Erupt in Assam's Hailakandi, Prohibitory Orders Imposed

    Prohibitory orders were imposed on Assam's Hailakandi town after communal clashes broke out between two religious communities outside a mosque today. Sources said rioters threw stones and set vehicles ablaze, forcing the police to launch a baton-charge and fire warning shots in the air.

  • Bodo Terror Group Chief, 9 Others Get Life Sentence For Assam Blasts

    Bodo Terror Group Chief, 9 Others Get Life Sentence For Assam Blasts

    The chief of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB), Ranjan Daimary, and nine others were sentenced to life imprisonment by a CBI special court today in the 2008 Assam serial blast case that had claimed 88 lives.

  • Bodo Terror Outfit Chief, 14 Others Convicted In 2008 Assam Bombings

    Bodo Terror Outfit Chief, 14 Others Convicted In 2008 Assam Bombings

    The chief of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) Ranjan Daimary and 14 others were on Monday convicted by the CBI Special Court in the 2008 case of serial bomb blasts in Assam which had left 88 people dead.

  • Kerala Police Detain Three Suspected Bodo Terrorists On A Tip-Off

    Kerala Police Detain Three Suspected Bodo Terrorists On A Tip-Off

    Three suspected Bodo terrorists employed as daily wage labourers at a factory in Ernakulam's Perumbavoor area were today detained by the Kerala police on a tip-off from their Assamese counterparts.

  • Founder Of Legendary Mercedes-Benz Tuner Brabus Passes Away

    Founder Of Legendary Mercedes-Benz Tuner Brabus Passes Away

    Bodo Buschmann, the founder and head of Mercedes-Benz tuning house 'Brabus' has passed away. Buschmann, the man behind some of the most powerful cars in the world was 62 and passed away following a short illness according to an official statement that has been put out by the company. Constantin Buschmann, Bodo's son who was in charge of Marketing a...

  • Parents File Affidavits To Keep Babies Swapped At Birth

    Parents File Affidavits To Keep Babies Swapped At Birth

    Two couples, whose babies were accidentally swapped soon after birth over two years ago, have submitted affidavits in a local court to keep the child they have been raising, and sought that the matter be settled.

  • Two Babies Swapped But Why Their Families Won't Exchange Them

    Two Babies Swapped But Why Their Families Won't Exchange Them

    Two children born in 2015, one to a Bodo family and the other to a Muslim family in Assam's Darrang district, got swapped in hospital soon after birth. Three years later -- after a lot of effort, consultations and DNA tests -- both families agreed to exchange the babies. But then something else happened.

  • CBI To Investigate Student Leader Lafikul Islam's Killing In Assam

    CBI To Investigate Student Leader Lafikul Islam's Killing In Assam

    The CBI will probe the murder of All Bodo Minority Students Union (ABMSU) president Lafikul Islam in Assam's Kokrajhar district early this month.

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  • "Still Time To Talk About Separate State": Students' Body On Bodo Deal

    "Still Time To Talk About Separate State": Students' Body On Bodo Deal

    The All Bodo Students Union (ABSU), which has been spearheading movement for a separate Bodoland state, claimed that the accord signed on Monday was 'call of the time' to 'end armed conflict' and that there is still time to 'discuss about a separate state'. ABSU, however, indicated that it has not yet given up its aspiration for a separate Bodoland...

  • "Historic Accord," Says Amit Shah As Bodo Agreement Signed

    "Historic Accord," Says Amit Shah As Bodo Agreement Signed

    The government today signed an accord with the National Democratic Front of Bodoland - the banned militant group in Assam - bringing to an end the decades-long statehood movement which saw much bloodshed.

  • Bodo Group Leader Gets Bail, Heads To Delhi For Peace Deal With Centre

    Bodo Group Leader Gets Bail, Heads To Delhi For Peace Deal With Centre

    Ranjan Daimary, the chief of National Democratic Front of Boroland (Ranjan faction), has been serving life imprisonment for his role in the 2008 Assam serial blasts case.

  • Another Blow To Northeast Insurgency As Bodo Group Agrees To Peace Talks

    Another Blow To Northeast Insurgency As Bodo Group Agrees To Peace Talks

    Bishnu Goyari alias Bidai, the dreaded commander of the Saoraigwra faction of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB-S), came out of hiding recently. Accused of masterminding a series of attacks on tribals in Bodoland that killed over 80 people, his name had figured on the most wanted list of the National Investigation Agency as well as an...

  • 50 Bodo Insurgents Flee From Myanmar Hideout, May Surrender In India

    50 Bodo Insurgents Flee From Myanmar Hideout, May Surrender In India

    In a major development seen as the end of the Bodo insurgency in Assam, the banned Saoraigwra faction of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB-S) is on its way to surrender and may later join the ongoing Bodo peace process, sources have said.

  • How Poachers Turned Wildlife Protectors In Assam's Manas National Park

    How Poachers Turned Wildlife Protectors In Assam's Manas National Park

    Budheswar Bodo knows Assam's Manas National Park like the back of his hand. A "wildlife protector" for the past 15 years, the 45-year-old begins each day with an evening drill and briefing to fellow volunteers deep inside the woods. He knows that if it's not for those like him, the wildlife reserve will lose all its inhabitants to poachers who snea...

  • Centre May Exempt Parts Of Northeast From Citizenship Bill, Say Sources

    Centre May Exempt Parts Of Northeast From Citizenship Bill, Say Sources

    The centre may exempt parts of Northeast India from the ambit of the controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill likely to be tabled in the winter session of Parliament, official sources said on Saturday.

  • Communal Clashes Erupt in Assam's Hailakandi, Prohibitory Orders Imposed

    Communal Clashes Erupt in Assam's Hailakandi, Prohibitory Orders Imposed

    Prohibitory orders were imposed on Assam's Hailakandi town after communal clashes broke out between two religious communities outside a mosque today. Sources said rioters threw stones and set vehicles ablaze, forcing the police to launch a baton-charge and fire warning shots in the air.

  • Bodo Terror Group Chief, 9 Others Get Life Sentence For Assam Blasts

    Bodo Terror Group Chief, 9 Others Get Life Sentence For Assam Blasts

    The chief of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB), Ranjan Daimary, and nine others were sentenced to life imprisonment by a CBI special court today in the 2008 Assam serial blast case that had claimed 88 lives.

  • Bodo Terror Outfit Chief, 14 Others Convicted In 2008 Assam Bombings

    Bodo Terror Outfit Chief, 14 Others Convicted In 2008 Assam Bombings

    The chief of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) Ranjan Daimary and 14 others were on Monday convicted by the CBI Special Court in the 2008 case of serial bomb blasts in Assam which had left 88 people dead.

  • Kerala Police Detain Three Suspected Bodo Terrorists On A Tip-Off

    Kerala Police Detain Three Suspected Bodo Terrorists On A Tip-Off

    Three suspected Bodo terrorists employed as daily wage labourers at a factory in Ernakulam's Perumbavoor area were today detained by the Kerala police on a tip-off from their Assamese counterparts.

  • Founder Of Legendary Mercedes-Benz Tuner Brabus Passes Away

    Founder Of Legendary Mercedes-Benz Tuner Brabus Passes Away

    Bodo Buschmann, the founder and head of Mercedes-Benz tuning house 'Brabus' has passed away. Buschmann, the man behind some of the most powerful cars in the world was 62 and passed away following a short illness according to an official statement that has been put out by the company. Constantin Buschmann, Bodo's son who was in charge of Marketing a...

  • Parents File Affidavits To Keep Babies Swapped At Birth

    Parents File Affidavits To Keep Babies Swapped At Birth

    Two couples, whose babies were accidentally swapped soon after birth over two years ago, have submitted affidavits in a local court to keep the child they have been raising, and sought that the matter be settled.

  • Two Babies Swapped But Why Their Families Won't Exchange Them

    Two Babies Swapped But Why Their Families Won't Exchange Them

    Two children born in 2015, one to a Bodo family and the other to a Muslim family in Assam's Darrang district, got swapped in hospital soon after birth. Three years later -- after a lot of effort, consultations and DNA tests -- both families agreed to exchange the babies. But then something else happened.

  • CBI To Investigate Student Leader Lafikul Islam's Killing In Assam

    CBI To Investigate Student Leader Lafikul Islam's Killing In Assam

    The CBI will probe the murder of All Bodo Minority Students Union (ABMSU) president Lafikul Islam in Assam's Kokrajhar district early this month.

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