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Political parties in Assam go all out to woo tea garden workers

Guwahati, March 24: Assam's tea garden workers, are being wooed by political parties of all shades with promises of sops galore, as they comprise a hefty share of the State's electorate. In the ongoing Assembly polls leaders from the ruling BJP as well as challenger Congress besides the regional outfits-

Rajni Basumatary pens open letter to National Film Awards Chairperson for not awarding any Bodo film

Guwahati, March 25: Director Rajni Basumatary has penned a open letter to the Chairperson of the National Film Awards for not awarding any Bodo movie under the Bodo Film category or any other category this year. Here is what she wrote: Open Letter to Mr N. Chandra, ?the Honorable Jury

BJP fielded weak candidates to help Ajmal: Dilip Kr Paul

Former Deputy Speaker and two-time legislator from Silchar Dilip Kumar Paul who is contesting as an independent candidate from Silchar LAC has alleged that may be it is the Bharatiya Janata Party which is helping Congress ally AIUDF by fielding some ‘weak candidates’ in key Assembly constituencies.

Karnataka CM meets Assamese delegation, discusses issues related to community's welfare

Bengaluru, March 25: Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Thursday met a delegation of the Assamese community here and discussed with them various issues related to their welfare. The delegation met the chief minister to seek regularisation of a piece of land in Bengaluru where an Assamese 'naamghar' was

Grand alliance will make massive impact on villagers: Patacharkuchi Congress candidate

Tihu, March 25: Opening the election office at Tihu, Santanu Sarma, Congress candidate for Patacharkuchi LAC segment of Bajali election district, said that the grand alliance of Congress will surely win this election and form the government. He mentioned that the five guarantees given by the Congress leadership will make

Akhil a key factor in 3-corner fight in Sivasagar

Manoj Kr Borthakur SIVASAGAR, March 24: Junmoni Hazarika, 35, a housewife of Natun Gatanga Gaon, a remote Sivasagar village near Ajan peer’s Dargah in Konwarpur mouza, was busy on her handloom, when this correspondent approached her to ask a few questions in the thick of the electioneering by various

Amit Shah to visit Barak Valley on March 26

STAFF CORRESPONDENT Silchar, March 24: Union Home Minister Amit Shah will be on a visit to Barak Valley on March 26 to woo voters ahead of the second phase of Assembly election scheduled to be held on April 1. According to Bimalendu Roy, BJP district president in-charge, the Union Home