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Minority Welfare Society felicitates outstanding students in Guwahati

By TwoCircles.net Staff reporter, Guwahati: Speaking as the chief guest at the students felicitation programme organised by the Minority Welfare Society (MWS) in Guwahati, Abu Saleh Najmuddin, former Health Minister of Assam said, “Any community that does not accord importance to education is bound to remain backward. A community’s empowerment can come only from acquiring information and knowledge.”

A village where no leader came to campaign for elections: The story of Khagrabari,...

By Amit Kumar, TwoCircles.net Khagrabari: On April 8, Narendra Modi was in Barpeta for campaigning, but for a village in Baksa district, about 30 kms...

Rijiju allays concerns over China’s dam on Brahmaputra

New Delhi : As China announced the completion of a hydropower dam on the Brahmaputra river, Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju...

Omar Abdullah takes responsibility for defeat, undecided on stepping down

Srinagar : Expressing shock over the rout of the Congress-National Conference (NC) ruling alliance in Jammu and Kashmir, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Friday took...

Tripura, Mizoram officials summoned over refugee repatriation

Agartala/Aizawl : The union home ministry has summoned Tripura and Mizoram officials to New Delhi Jan 30 to discuss the repatriation of Mizoram's tribal...

First-ever PG course on northeast welcomed

By Abdul Gani, TwoCircles.net , Guwahati: The move to include the Northeast in the post graduate course for the first time at Delhi based...

Mahbubul Hoque receives Educlusion award in Singapore

By TCN News, Guwahati: Mahbubul Hoque, Chancellor of University of Science and Technology, Meghalaya and Chairman of ERD Foundation has received the Educlusion Award bestowed by Engineering Watch, India’s most prestigious community of Engineering Stake holders on 15th September 2014 on the occasion of Engineers Day.

Two Kashmir policemen held for robbery

By IANS, Srinagar : Two Jammu and Kashmir Police personnel were Monday arrested for involvement in a robbery here two days back and the looted...

‘Peaceful poll conduct, preventing infiltration challenges for J&K police’

Jammu : Jammu and Kashmir director general of police (DGP) Ashok Prasad Tuesday said the peaceful conduct of Lok Sabha and assembly elections this...

Journalists’ body urges political parties to manifest their gestures towards media fraternity

By TwoCircles.net Staff Reporter, Guwahati: As the nation prepares for the next general election, Journalists' Forum Assam (JFA) has urged all political parties to show their sincerity towards the implementation of various welfare schemes to media persons engaged in both print and electronic media. The Assam based scribes' body also insisted on enrolling a special protection laws for journalists on duty in the election manifestos of all political parties.

Journalists’ Forum urges Nabam Tuki for ending Arunachal media deadlock

By TwoCircles.net Staff Reporter, Guwahati: Expressing concern over the ceasing of publications of all seven daily newspapers in Arunachal Pradesh for successive second day on Sunday, the Journalists' Forum Assam (JFA) has urged the authority to resolve the matter for the sake of thousands of esteemed readers.

BJP showing fake love for Dalits, says BSP chief

Lucknow : Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati on Tuesday accused the BJP of showing "fake love" for the Dalits. The BJP hit back,...

Manipur to get 400 kw power project: DoNER minister

Imphal : DoNER Minister Jitendra Singh on Friday announced that Manipur would get a 400 KW power project at an estimated cost of Rs.124...

Government says committed to development of northeast

New Delhi : The government Thursday said it was "totally committed" to the overall development of the northeastern region. "Prime Minister Narendra Modi has advised...

Tripura CM to skip Modi’s swearing-in

Agartala : Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar will not attend the swearing-in ceremony of Narendra Modi as India's next prime minister because he has...

‘Once passed, proper implementation of the amended SC/ST bill more important’, says former secretary...

“NGOs and political parties claiming to work in the interest of SCs and STs must conduct programmes imparting awareness about the amendments made in...

Mizoram may retire alcoholic, drug addict policemen

Aizawl : The Mizoram government may ask policemen who are chronic alcoholics or drug addicts to leave the job, an official said here Wednesday. "The...

Telangana to up quota for Muslims, STs in proportion to population

Hyderabad : Telangana government will go for a special legislation on the lines of Tamil Nadu to increase the quantum of reservation for Muslims...

Karbi, Muslim militants nabbed in Assam

Guwahati : Security forces engaged in counter-insurgency operations on Wednesday arrested three Karbi militants, a Muslim militant and two linkmen of a Karbi insurgent...

Rahul Gandhi kicks-off campaign for Lok Sabha polls in Manipur

By Dr. Syed Ahmed for TwoCircles.net, Imphal: AICC Vice-President Rahul Gandhi kicked-off the party’s campaign for Lok Sabha polls by addressing a public meeting at the Wangjing Kadampokpi Ground in Thoubal district of Manipur on March 19, 2014.