Bhupen goswami GUWAHATI : Although known for several decades, Meghalaya’s Krem Puri was recently declared as the world’s longest sandstone cave but what was more interesting about the cave was the discovery of dinosaur fossils inside it, especially of Mosasaurus which was a giant aquatic carnivorous reptile. The fossils were discovered inside the sandstone cave Krem Puri which means “Fairy Cave”, near the village of Laitsohum in the Mawsynram area


16 Ethnic and Tribal Orgs oppose Bhupen Goswami GUWAHATI : Rising Anger in Assam Over Centre’s Decision To Grant Citizenship ,Hindu Bangladeshis Issues. 16 Ethnic and Tribal Orgs oppose Granting Citizenship . After the hearing of the Joint Parliamentary Committee on the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016, 16 ethnic and tribal organisations have opposed the move and have warned the government that they will start a vigorous agitation if the Bill


Chennai : Governor of Tamil Nadu, banwarilal purohit landed in a fresh controversy after he patted the cheek of a female journalist without her consent at a press conference held at the Raj Bhawan, Tamil Nadu. later on he apologizes but the lady journalist is not ready to give up the matter. The Governor held a press conference at the Raj Bhawan to deny links with a woman professor, who allegedly


Involved in alleged tax evasions GUWAHATI : Involved in alleged tax evasions,The Central Bureau of Investigation , CBI preparing to arrest 23 more such businessmen from Assam. Official CBI sources said After the CBI has arrested Guwahati’s Commissioner of Income Tax (Audit), Swetabh Suman along with an Income Tax Officer, two CAs and a Jorhat Based Businessman, the investigating agency is now preparing to arrest 23 more such businessmen from


RAHUL GANDHI TARGETS PM Bhupen Goswami GUWAHATI : A couple of days after ATMs in various parts of Assam went ‘cashless’, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley  Tuesday admitted to teller machines going dry but said the cash crunch was “temporary” and that the matter is being “tackled quickly”. It was reported how people were facing the brunt with several ATMs in Assam not dispensing enough cash ahead of Rongali Bihu.


Delhi : Army Commander’s Conference Commences In the opening address of the biannual Army Commanders’ Conference which commenced on 16 April 2018, the Hon’ble Raksha Rajya Mantri, Dr Subhash Ramrao Bhamre complimented the Indian Army for its contributions in countering myriad security challenges, thus, paving the way for development and progress of the Nation.   He appreciated the Army for continuous training activities undertaken including various joint trainings and exercises with


GUWAHATI : The hearing of much debated citizenship amendment bill has been postponed. The BJP-led coalition state government of Assam seems to be least bothered about the Citizenship Amendment Bill as the date of hearing for the same has been postponed again from  April 12 to April 17. The Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) on April 10 confirmed that the meeting had been postponed. Numerous organisations and union bodies across the state


GUWAHATI : A new technique is being introduced to protect borders. Assam to get its first ‘smart fence’ pilot project to stop risky openings along a 55-km-long stretch of riverbank from India’s borders to Bangladesh, said the Border Security Forces (BSF) Chief. The project is named as the comprehensive Integrated Border Management System (CIBMS) which is a part of the Narendra Modi led government’s plan to completely seal the India-Pakistan and

PSLV-C41 successfully launches IRNSS-1I navigation satellite

IN120WORDS RELEASE: ISRO’s launched its forty third flight, Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle PSLV-C41 successfully, the 1,425 kg IRNSS-1I Navigation Satellite today from Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR, Sriharikota. PSLV-C41 lifted off at 0404 hrs (4:04 am) IST, as planned, from the First Launch Pad.  After a flight lasting about 19 minutes, the vehicle achieved a Sub-Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit with a perigee (nearest point to earth) of 281.5 km and an


GUWAHATI : A joint team of Assam and Mizoram governments have decided that encroached border forest land between the two states will be freed. Conservator of Forest, Silchar, Binay Gupta, said today. The decision was taken at a meeting at Dholai in Cachar district of Assam yesterday. The verification of illegal structures constructed within 509 sq km Inner Line Reserved Forestshall start from April 12, said officials from Mizoram. The