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  • Tripura Journalist's Murder Planned, Says His Editor. Police Arrest 2

    Tripura Journalist's Murder Planned, Says His Editor. Police Arrest 2

    Two men have been arrested for the murder of Santanu Bhowmik, a journalist who was abducted while covering a clash in Tripura on Tuesday. The men belong to the Indigenous People's Front of Tripura, a tribal political party demanding a separate homeland. The police had initially zeroed in on four persons. Of the remaining two, one was let off after ...

  • Protests In Arunachal Pradesh Over Citizenship To Chakma, Hajong Refugees

    Protests In Arunachal Pradesh Over Citizenship To Chakma, Hajong Refugees

    Normal life was hit across Arunachal Pradesh amid protests against the centre's decision to honour the 2015 decision of the Supreme Court, granting citizenship to some 54,000 Chakma and Hajong refugees in the state.

  • Talks On For Deportation Of 7 Rohingyas, Arrested As Bangladeshis, In Tripura

    Talks On For Deportation Of 7 Rohingyas, Arrested As Bangladeshis, In Tripura

    At a time when centre has claimed through an affidavit in Supreme Court that the Rohingya Muslim refugees living in India are increasingly becoming a threat to internal security of the country, cases of Rohingya Muslims trying to enter India to move to New Delhi through northeast India has surfaced once again.

  • In Assam, BJP Suspends Its Triple Talaq Face For Supporting Rohingyas

    In Assam, BJP Suspends Its Triple <i>Talaq</i> Face For Supporting Rohingyas

    The Assam unit of the BJP has suspended a minority woman leader of its executive committee for voicing support for Myanmar's Rohingya refugees. A few days back, Benezir Arfan had uploaded a post on Facebook requesting people to attend a fast in protest against the treatment meted out to Rohingyas by the Myanmar government.

  • Manipur Awaits To Deport Rohingya Prisoners From Imphal Jail

    Manipur Awaits To Deport Rohingya Prisoners From Imphal Jail

    At a time when the central government claims that it would identify and deport Rohingyas taking refuge in India, many are wondering if that is even possible as Myanmar does not accept them as its citizens.

  • Amid Rohingya Crisis, Myanmar Buddhists Under Scanner In Manipur

    Amid Rohingya Crisis, Myanmar Buddhists Under Scanner In Manipur

    Manipur, which shares over 300 kilometres of border with Myanmar, has sounded a red alert to avert any attempt by the Rohingyas who are fleeing Rakhine to enter India. The red alert is so intensive that even Buddhists in Myanmar are under the scanner like never before.

  • Red Alert In Manipur Along Myanmar Border Over Rohingyas

    Red Alert In Manipur Along Myanmar Border Over Rohingyas

    Even as the Home Ministry once again reiterated its stand on deporting Rohingya Muslims from India, the focus is now on the India-Myanmar border. The BJP-led Manipur which shares over 300 kilometres of border with Myanmar has already sounded a red alert to avert any attempt by the Rohingya who are fleeing Rakhine to enter India.

  • JetLite Flight Veers Off Taxiway In Jorhat, Passengers Deplaned Safely

    JetLite Flight Veers Off Taxiway In Jorhat, Passengers Deplaned Safely

    A JetLite flight from Guwahati to Jorhat had a narrow escape when after a normal landing at Jorhat airport it veered off the taxi way, all 90 passengers on board the Boeing 737-800 aircraft were deplaned, a Jet Airways statement said.

  • An SOS Tweet To Sushma Swaraj Helped Rescue Tripura Man From Saudi Arabia

    An SOS Tweet To Sushma Swaraj Helped Rescue Tripura Man From Saudi Arabia

    A 32-year old man from Tripura was rescued by the Indian mission in Saudi Arabia after he was kept captive by his employer following intervention by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj.

  • Zubeen Garg's Mission China Might Be A Game Changer For Assamese Film

    Zubeen Garg's <i>Mission China</i> Might Be A Game Changer For Assamese Film

    Zubeen Garg is acting, directing and producing Assam's most expensive yet and hoping it's release on September 8

  • At Meet On Northeast, Amit Shah Spells Out His Goal: A Perfect 8

    At Meet On Northeast, Amit Shah Spells Out His Goal: A Perfect 8

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to "unite" the northeast and the six-party North-East Democratic Alliance should include all eight Chief Ministers from the region, BJP chief Amit Shah said today in what is seen as the clearest hint of the party's plans for the region ahead of the coming round of assembly elections. The second conclave of the all...

  • Manipur Files Case Against Ex-Chief Minister For Alleged Corruption

    Manipur Files Case Against Ex-Chief Minister For Alleged Corruption

    Keeping the promise of investigating the previous Congress regime, the BJP-led government in Manipur filed an FIR yesterday against former Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh along with three former chief secretaries over alleged irregularities in the Manipur Development Society (MDS), which develops key infrastructure for the state.

  • In Assam, Women Shave Their Heads In Protest Against Government

    In Assam, Women Shave Their Heads In Protest Against Government

    A shaved head was a powerful message that some 100 women protesting in Assam against the BJP government sent across today without saying a word.

  • Assam's River Island Residents See Land Sinking As Brahmaputra Swells

    Assam's River Island Residents See Land Sinking As Brahmaputra Swells

    It takes an hour's ride in a rickety motorised boat on the swelling Brahmaputra river to reach the riverine island of Borghul Char in Assam. The island, which is right in the middle of India's widest river, has been sinking as the water level has been rising. The battle to survive has just started for some 150 families who live on this island at th...

  • Assam Flood: Kaziranga Rhinos Flee To High Ground

    Assam Flood: Kaziranga Rhinos Flee To High Ground

    The flood in Assam, apart from destroying crops and homes in the last three months, have killed hundreds of small and big animals in Assam's forests. Officials say some 133 people have also died in the flood

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'Ratnadip Choudhury' - 186 News Result(s)

  • Tripura Journalist's Murder Planned, Says His Editor. Police Arrest 2

    Tripura Journalist's Murder Planned, Says His Editor. Police Arrest 2

    Two men have been arrested for the murder of Santanu Bhowmik, a journalist who was abducted while covering a clash in Tripura on Tuesday. The men belong to the Indigenous People's Front of Tripura, a tribal political party demanding a separate homeland. The police had initially zeroed in on four persons. Of the remaining two, one was let off after ...

  • Protests In Arunachal Pradesh Over Citizenship To Chakma, Hajong Refugees

    Protests In Arunachal Pradesh Over Citizenship To Chakma, Hajong Refugees

    Normal life was hit across Arunachal Pradesh amid protests against the centre's decision to honour the 2015 decision of the Supreme Court, granting citizenship to some 54,000 Chakma and Hajong refugees in the state.

  • Talks On For Deportation Of 7 Rohingyas, Arrested As Bangladeshis, In Tripura

    Talks On For Deportation Of 7 Rohingyas, Arrested As Bangladeshis, In Tripura

    At a time when centre has claimed through an affidavit in Supreme Court that the Rohingya Muslim refugees living in India are increasingly becoming a threat to internal security of the country, cases of Rohingya Muslims trying to enter India to move to New Delhi through northeast India has surfaced once again.

  • In Assam, BJP Suspends Its Triple Talaq Face For Supporting Rohingyas

    In Assam, BJP Suspends Its Triple <i>Talaq</i> Face For Supporting Rohingyas

    The Assam unit of the BJP has suspended a minority woman leader of its executive committee for voicing support for Myanmar's Rohingya refugees. A few days back, Benezir Arfan had uploaded a post on Facebook requesting people to attend a fast in protest against the treatment meted out to Rohingyas by the Myanmar government.

  • Manipur Awaits To Deport Rohingya Prisoners From Imphal Jail

    Manipur Awaits To Deport Rohingya Prisoners From Imphal Jail

    At a time when the central government claims that it would identify and deport Rohingyas taking refuge in India, many are wondering if that is even possible as Myanmar does not accept them as its citizens.

  • Amid Rohingya Crisis, Myanmar Buddhists Under Scanner In Manipur

    Amid Rohingya Crisis, Myanmar Buddhists Under Scanner In Manipur

    Manipur, which shares over 300 kilometres of border with Myanmar, has sounded a red alert to avert any attempt by the Rohingyas who are fleeing Rakhine to enter India. The red alert is so intensive that even Buddhists in Myanmar are under the scanner like never before.

  • Red Alert In Manipur Along Myanmar Border Over Rohingyas

    Red Alert In Manipur Along Myanmar Border Over Rohingyas

    Even as the Home Ministry once again reiterated its stand on deporting Rohingya Muslims from India, the focus is now on the India-Myanmar border. The BJP-led Manipur which shares over 300 kilometres of border with Myanmar has already sounded a red alert to avert any attempt by the Rohingya who are fleeing Rakhine to enter India.

  • JetLite Flight Veers Off Taxiway In Jorhat, Passengers Deplaned Safely

    JetLite Flight Veers Off Taxiway In Jorhat, Passengers Deplaned Safely

    A JetLite flight from Guwahati to Jorhat had a narrow escape when after a normal landing at Jorhat airport it veered off the taxi way, all 90 passengers on board the Boeing 737-800 aircraft were deplaned, a Jet Airways statement said.

  • An SOS Tweet To Sushma Swaraj Helped Rescue Tripura Man From Saudi Arabia

    An SOS Tweet To Sushma Swaraj Helped Rescue Tripura Man From Saudi Arabia

    A 32-year old man from Tripura was rescued by the Indian mission in Saudi Arabia after he was kept captive by his employer following intervention by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj.

  • Zubeen Garg's Mission China Might Be A Game Changer For Assamese Film

    Zubeen Garg's <i>Mission China</i> Might Be A Game Changer For Assamese Film

    Zubeen Garg is acting, directing and producing Assam's most expensive yet and hoping it's release on September 8

  • At Meet On Northeast, Amit Shah Spells Out His Goal: A Perfect 8

    At Meet On Northeast, Amit Shah Spells Out His Goal: A Perfect 8

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to "unite" the northeast and the six-party North-East Democratic Alliance should include all eight Chief Ministers from the region, BJP chief Amit Shah said today in what is seen as the clearest hint of the party's plans for the region ahead of the coming round of assembly elections. The second conclave of the all...

  • Manipur Files Case Against Ex-Chief Minister For Alleged Corruption

    Manipur Files Case Against Ex-Chief Minister For Alleged Corruption

    Keeping the promise of investigating the previous Congress regime, the BJP-led government in Manipur filed an FIR yesterday against former Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh along with three former chief secretaries over alleged irregularities in the Manipur Development Society (MDS), which develops key infrastructure for the state.

  • In Assam, Women Shave Their Heads In Protest Against Government

    In Assam, Women Shave Their Heads In Protest Against Government

    A shaved head was a powerful message that some 100 women protesting in Assam against the BJP government sent across today without saying a word.

  • Assam's River Island Residents See Land Sinking As Brahmaputra Swells

    Assam's River Island Residents See Land Sinking As Brahmaputra Swells

    It takes an hour's ride in a rickety motorised boat on the swelling Brahmaputra river to reach the riverine island of Borghul Char in Assam. The island, which is right in the middle of India's widest river, has been sinking as the water level has been rising. The battle to survive has just started for some 150 families who live on this island at th...

  • Assam Flood: Kaziranga Rhinos Flee To High Ground

    Assam Flood: Kaziranga Rhinos Flee To High Ground

    The flood in Assam, apart from destroying crops and homes in the last three months, have killed hundreds of small and big animals in Assam's forests. Officials say some 133 people have also died in the flood

  • Farmers' Peace Stripped Away Along With Crops In Assam Floods

    Farmers' Peace Stripped Away Along With Crops In Assam Floods

    The floods have taken away a lot from Assam this year, particularly from its farmers. Over one lakh hectares of standing crop across the state has been washed away, spelling losses of around 163 crores for the agricultural sector.

  • Despite Funds, Assam's Flood Fight Is Difficult

    Despite Funds, Assam's Flood Fight Is Difficult

    Dimbeshwar Das of Koilajhari village in Assam's flood-ravaged Morigaon district, about 150 km away from Guwahati, has been living on the village road for more than a month after the second wave of floods displaced him. The second flood wave isn't allowing the 47-year-old to return home, which may have been destroyed.

  • Assam CM Sarbananda Sonowal To Brief PM Modi On Flood Situation In State

    Assam CM Sarbananda Sonowal To Brief PM Modi On Flood Situation In State

    Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, who arrived in New Delhi today, will brief Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the situation in the state's 24 flood-hit districts

  • 'Double Standards': The Lesser-Known Flood Struggle In Assam

    'Double Standards': The Lesser-Known Flood Struggle In Assam

    Lucky Madhua, his wife and daughter brave strong currents of floodwaters to reach a nearby relief camp in Khungkhrajhora village 15 km away from the India-Bhutan border in Assam's Chirang district, about 250 km away from Guwahati. For 44-year-old Lucky, it seems an annual affair.

  • Northeast Rail Link Cut, Lakhs Displaced In Assam, Bihar Flood: 10 Points

    Northeast Rail Link Cut, Lakhs Displaced In Assam, Bihar Flood: 10 Points

    Heavy rain in the entire Himalayan region have triggered floods in Assam and Bihar. The northeastern state has been the worst hit - 15 people have died in the last four days and nearly 23 lakh have been displaced. The rail link to northeast India from the rest of the country has been severed. Water levels in the Brahmaputra and several other rivers...

  • Flood Situation Worsens In Parts Of North East, 4 Dead In Assam

    Flood Situation Worsens In Parts Of North East, 4 Dead In Assam

    With heavy rains for last four days, parts of northeast India are facing extreme flash floods and the situation has turned extremely grim the past 24 hours.

  • 6 Trinamool Men In The Bag, BJP Eyes The Congress In Tripura

    6 Trinamool Men In The Bag, BJP Eyes The Congress In Tripura

    After acquiring all six lawmakers of the Trinamool Congress in Tripura, the BJP is now surveying the Congress. Sources in the BJP claim at least one Congress lawmaker is open to the idea of changing camp. The man is Ratan Lal Nath, a former leader of opposition, who has influence in 10 seats of the state.

  • Agents Of Corporate Houses In Niti Aayog: Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar To NDTV

    Agents Of Corporate Houses In Niti Aayog: Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar To NDTV

    In Tripura, a state ruled by the Left for over 24 years, elections are only six months away. This week, the BJP went from having zero legislators in the state to becoming the main opposition party when six Trinamool Congress MLAs switched over to the BJP. The party claims soon a Congress legislator will follow suit.

  • 6 Tripura Lawmakers Sacked By Mamata Banerjee Join BJP

    6 Tripura Lawmakers Sacked By Mamata Banerjee Join BJP

    Six Tripura legislators sacked by Mamata Banerjee from her Trinamool Congress after they supported Ram Nath Kovind for President of India last month, today joined the BJP. This gives the BJP its first entry in the assembly in Tripura, ruled for the last 24 years by the Left. The Trinamool is down to zero.

  • Assam Urges Centre For CBI Probe In Kokrajhar Student Leader's Murder

    Assam Urges Centre For CBI Probe In Kokrajhar Student Leader's Murder

    Assam government today wrote to the CBI requesting for an inquiry into the murder of student leader Lafiqul Islam Ahmed in Kokrajhar.

  • Student Leader's Killing Leaves Assam's Kokrajhar Once Again On The Edge

    Student Leader's Killing Leaves Assam's Kokrajhar Once Again On The Edge

    Nearly 20,000 people gathered in Assam's Kokrajhar for one last glimpse of a hugely popular student leader - 30-year-old Lafikul Islam Ahmed - president of the powerful All Bodoland Minority Students Union, who was shot dead by unknown gunmen on Tuesday evening.

  • PM Modi To Visit Flood-Hit Assam Today, May Announce Special Package

    PM Modi To Visit Flood-Hit Assam Today, May Announce Special Package

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Assam today to review the damage caused by the recent floods in the state and the relief measures being taken, the PM's office said in a tweet on Monday. PM Modi's proposed visit comes amid criticism by Opposition parties alleging that Centre was apathetic towards the flood situation in the north-eastern stat...

  • As Assam Plans Flood-Blocking Mega Highway, Villagers Voice Doubts

    As Assam Plans Flood-Blocking Mega Highway, Villagers Voice Doubts

    Ajit Phukhan is not sure whether he will benefit from the Centre's plan to tackle floods that cause large-scale damage in Assam annually. The 47-year-old farmer from Rohmoria, a village in Assam's flood prone Dibrugarh district, has lost his home to the Brahmaputra river, which has expanded massively due to erosion and floods in the village. "Earli...

  • TR Zeliang Appointed Nagaland Chief Minister By Governor

    TR Zeliang Appointed Nagaland Chief Minister By Governor

    Dismissing the five-month-old government of Shurhozelie Liezietsu, Governor PB Acharya today appointed TR Zeliang, Naga People's Front (NPF) legislator, as Nagaland Chief Minister. Mr Zeliang, who will take oath at Raj Bhavan today at 3 pm, has been directed to prove majority on the floor of the House on or before July 22.

  • Nagaland Chief Minister Shurhozelie Liezietsu To Face Floor Test In Assembly Today

    Nagaland Chief Minister Shurhozelie Liezietsu To Face Floor Test In Assembly Today

    Nagaland Chief Minister Shurhozelie Liezietsu, who is facing a rebellion from the lawmakers of his Naga People's Front party, will face a floor test today. Governor P B Acharya ordered the floor test after the Gauhati High Court turned down an appeal by the Chief Minister to put a freeze on it.

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