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Aug 17, 2018
Assam Police arrest 10 in Biswanath lynching case; prime witness says he is lucky to have escapedThe Assam police on Thursday arrested 10 people in connection with the lynching case in the Diplonga Tea Estate of Biswanath district that left one dead.
Aug 16, 2018
Assam lynching: One killed and three injured in Biswanath district on suspicion of cattle theftFour people were brutally beaten by a mob on suspicion of being cattle thieves at Diplonga Tea Estate under the Sootea police station in Biswanath district in Assam. One person succumbed to his injuries, while other three remain injured in the hospital.
Aug 20, 2017
Assam floods: Four more deaths reported, ASDMA says 18.65 lakh people still affectedThe flood situation in Assam improved slightly on Sunday, though four more deaths were reported and nearly 19 lakh people still affected in 15 districts of the state
Aug 17, 2017
Assam floods: As 8 rivers flow above danger level, third wave of deluge exacerbates situationHeavy rain over the past few days has worsened the flood situation in Assam, with eight rivers flowing above the danger level.
Aug 11, 2017
Assam floods: Third wave of deluge hits 15 districts on Friday, three lakh people affectedA third wave of floods hit Assam on Friday, inundating over 700 villages in 15 districts and affecting over three lakh people.
Jul 20, 2017
Assam floods: Situation improves marginally but two lakh still remain affected across 13 districtsThe flood situation in Assam improved marginally on Thursday, although over two lakh people are still affected across 13 districts in the state.
Jul 17, 2017
Assam floods: Death toll reaches 60; 12 lakh people, thousands of animals affectedClose to 12 lakh people in 24 districts of Assam continued to reel under floods as the death toll reached 60 in the northeastern state
Jun 04, 2017
Assam flood, landslide disrupts rail connectivity to Barak Valley; over 13000 affected due to spateAt least 13,000 people in Assam have been affected by the year's first wave of floods. Also, landslides triggered by incessant rain disrupted rail connectivity.