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Posts for April , 2017
The National Human Rights Commission organised its 'Open Hearing' and 'Camp Sitting' to hear the pending cases and complaints of human rights violations and related grievances of people of Nagaland at Kohima, on the 24th April, 2017.
Narendra Ch | 26 Apr 2017
Chief Minister's camp office felicitated four women PRIs including three Mukhiyas and a panchayat committee member of East Singhbhum on 24th april i.e. Panchayati Raj Day.
neeraja | 26 Apr 2017
Guwahati: After a massive demonstration by Arunachali students at Itanagar on Monday, a patriotic forum ridiculed the Communist China government in Beijing for its 'unwanted exercise' against India. Patriotic People's Front Assam (PPFA), in a statement also asked the People's Republic of China (PRC) to rethink over its policy towards Tibet.
Nava Thakuria | 26 Apr 2017
Jammu, April 25: Jammu and Kashmir Freedom Fighters Association (JKFFA) paid floral tributes to 25 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel who sacrificed their lives for the sake of nation while on duty today.
Rajiv | 25 Apr 2017
'Will politicians send their children to municipal schools', is what parents against the fee-cut seem to be asking.
PoojaKothekar | 25 Apr 2017
The All Bodo Students Union (ABSU) along with NDFB (P) and PJACBM are organizing voluntary blood donation at different places from Kokrajhar to Sonitpur.
Ranjan K Baruah | 24 Apr 2017
The word 'dessert' sweet dish has originated from the French word 'desservir' which means 'to clean the table'.
HARISH DIDO | 23 Apr 2017
The Award was handed by the Prime Minister amidst a pompous and glittering gathering of 3000 civil servants. The Award included a citation and Rs 10 lakhs prize money.
Rattan Sharma | 22 Apr 2017
In response to the letter issued by the Government of India inviting the All Bodo Students Union (ABSU), Joint Action Committee for Bodoland Movement and the NDFB (P) for the Political Level Tripartite talk to be held on the 25th April, 2017, in New Delhi, the Joint movement group has temporarily suspended the 24hr proposed Bodoland Bandh called on 25th April 2017in order to create a conducive atmosphere.
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JAMMU Apr 20: Expressing serious concern over the continuing violence and stone pelting incidents of the Kashmir Valley, Shri Ram Sena, Jammu and Kashmir asked central government to send more troops to Kashmir to bring the situation under control.
Rajiv | 21 Apr 2017
Guwahati: Senior gynecologist from Apollo Chennai Hospital Dr A Vinutha will be available for free consultations to the honourable lady members of Guwahati Press Club on 6 May 2017 under its 'Evening with a Doctor' program . The OPD clinic, which is also open for the spouses (and daughters) of the press club members, will begin at 4 pm and continue till 6 pm.
Nava Thakuria | 21 Apr 2017
Now it is almost official that India hates fun. We ban something outright; we should not think consequences and genuine needs. But it is also clear, for some reason, Indians like bans. Our politicians and courts don't give a serious thought to reconsider a decision that affects lakhs and millions and kill employment.
Dr.Yogesh Sharma | 20 Apr 2017