The Tata Trust, in collaboration with the state, had decided to set up 19 cancer care units in 2018. Ratan Tata had laid the foundation stone for the cancer care units in the state
Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma asserted that not an inch of Assam's land could be encroached by the neighbouring state
As per official notice, there will be a round-the-clock curfew in these selected districts as all commercial setups, restaurants and shops will remain shut
To qualify for TET, an applicant needs to pass both papers with at least 60 percent marks in each
Two other ONGC employees, who were kidnapped along with Saikia on 21 April, were rescued by security forces on 24 April after an encounter
The online classes in schools and colleges have already begun from 15 May
The prime minister's visit, however, witnessed protests by anti-CAA and anti-NRC protests at several places in the state
Assam govt tables Bill to abolish state-run madrassas, use them as general schools from 1 April 2021
Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said that the 610 madrassas will be converted into upper primary, higher secondary schools with no change in pay, allowances, service conditions of teaching and non-teaching staff
Himanta Sarma Biswa said that while the government-run madrassas will be converted into high schools, Sanskrit tols will be turned into learning and research institutes to study Indian culture
The recruitment examination for the 397 vacancies for the post of Section Assistant was conducted on 1 and 2 February.
State minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said that public money cannot be allowed to be spent on religious education, however, the matter of Sanksrit tols is different from that of the madrassas
Taimur occupied the chief minister's office from December 1980 to June 1981 as a member of the Congress
Assam remains in grip of floods as toll rises to 119; heavy rains disrupt life in two Bihar districts
A total of 28.32 lakh people in 26 of Assam's 33 districts have been affected by the deluge
Assam govt to set up plasma bank in Guwahati for COVID-19 patients, likely to be available from next week
Assam health minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said the state govt has 'already installed a plasma separator at Guwahati Medical College and by next week plasma treatment is likely to start'
The Assam forest department has slapped a penalty of Rs 43.25 crore on PSU major Coal India Ltd for carrying out "illegal mining" inside a reserve forest for 16 years from 2003, officials said on Wednesday
SC seeks explanation from Assam govt over allegations of communal statements by state NRC coordinator Hitesh Dev Sarma
'He should not be saying all this', a bench headed by CJI SA Bobde observed after senior advocate Kapil Sibal drew attention to alleged statement
Sarbananda Sonowal says CAA won’t adversely affect Assam’s indigenous population, claims Centre has ensured ‘protection of Assamese interests’
Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Wednesday asserted that the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) will in no way adversely affect the indigenous population as the Centre has already framed rules for protection of the Assamese interests.
Anti-CAA protests in West Bengal: Mamata Banerjee's miscalculation limits space for political manoeuvering, will likely play into BJP hands
The violence, arson and vandalism that continued unabated for more than three days in West Bengal following the enactment of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) has got Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee worried, but the blame for this ferocious unrest that resulted in inconvenience for lakhs of people, intimidated many and destroyed private and public property worth crores lies entirely at her door.
As anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests rock Bengal, BJP goes all out to woo Matuas miffed by Assam NRC
As West Bengal is rocked by anti-Citizenship (Amendment) Act protests, battle lines have been drawn between the Trinamool Congress and the BJP.
Anti-Citizenship Act protests: Jamia Millia Islamia students call off university lockdown; varsity announces holidays till 5 Jan
Jamia Millia Islamia University administration said those who indulged in violence and clashed with police were 'outsiders' and not students