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Militants kill three more BJP members in Kashmir

October 30 2020
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SRINAGAR, Oct 30: Militants shot dead three young workers of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s party in Kashmir late on Thursday, days after his government changed laws allowing people from the rest of the country to buy land in the disputed

Guwahati scribe assigned as PEC regional contributor in India

October 28 2020
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Guwahati: City based scribe Nava Thakuria has been assigned as a regional contributor from India to the Press Emblem Campaign (PEC), an international independent non-profit and non-governmental organization based in Geneva (Switzerland). Moreove

U.S. warns of threat posed by China, signs military pact with India

October 27 2020
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NEW DELHI, Oct 27: The United States and India signed a pact to share sensitive satellite and map data on Tuesday as U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned of the threat posed by an increasingly assertive China.

Blast at Pakistani religious school kills seven, wounds more than 80

October 27 2020
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PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) - A bomb blast at a religious seminary in the Pakistani city of Peshawar on Tuesday killed at least seven people and wounded more than 80, police and hospital officials said.

Assam forum insists on protecting all Hindu shrines in Pakistan

October 27 2020
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Guwahati: Expressing serious concern over the vandalism at an ancient Durga temple in Sindh province of Pakistan recently, an Assam based forum of nationalists urges Prime Minister Narendra Modi to pursue with his counterpart in Islamabad for pr

Suicide bombing at Kabul education centre kills 24, students among the victims

October 25 2020
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KABUL: A suicide bombing at an education centre in Afghanistan’s capital Kabul killed 24 people including teenage students and wounded dozens more on Saturday, officials said.

More scribes die of Covid-19, JFA expresses anguish

October 22 2020
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Guwahati: The Covid-19 pandemic continues to take its toll as more journalists are dying because of novel corona virus aggravated complications across India. Lately Mysuru based senior journalist Pavan Hettur (35), who worked for Kannada daily

JFA expresses grief over Tripura scribe’s demise

October 22 2020
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Guwahati: Journalists’ Forum Assam (JFA) expresses profound grief over the demise of west Tripura based video journalist Jitendra Debbarma (46), who succumbed to Covid-19 aggravated complications on 20 October 2020. Worked for a Kakborok cable

Heavy rains kill 12 people in India, damage crops

October 14 2020
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MUMBAI: Heavy rains have killed at least 12 people in southern India and caused widespread flooding in the city Hyderabad, home to major IT companies and startups, government officials said on Wednesday.

EXCLUSIVE: Over 50 Republican former U.S. national security officials join Biden endorsement

October 01 2020
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LOS ANGELES: More than 50 Republican former national security officials will endorse Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Thursday, joining one of several Republican organizations opposing the re-election of President Donald Trump.

India says three soldiers killed by Pakistani fire in Kashmir

October 01 2020
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SRINAGAR, India, Oct 1: Three Indian soldiers were killed on Thursday in what an army spokesman described as an unprovoked firing of weapons by Pakistani forces at the border in the disputed region of Kashmir, in a fresh eruption of tensions.

PPFA demands to declare Dehing Patkai National Park within Wildlife Week

October 01 2020
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Guwahati: Patriotic People’s Front Assam (PPFA), while appreciating the announcement of State chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal to upgrade Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary as a National Park, urges the State government in Dispur to fulfill the

Indian court acquits Hindu nationalist leaders in mosque demolition case

September 30 2020
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LUCKNOW: An Indian court on Wednesday acquitted Hindu nationalist leaders, including former deputy prime minister Lal Krishna Advani, in a case over the demolition of a mosque at a disputed site 28 years ago, citing a lack of evidence.

JFA mourns demise of news presenter Golap Saikia

September 29 2020
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Guwahati: Journalists’ Forum Assam (JFA) expresses its profound grief over the untimely demise of news presenter and announcer Golap Saikia to the novel corona virus infection aggravated ailments. Saikia (52), who worked as a casual newsreader

Armenian, Azeri forces clash again, at least 21 reported killed

September 28 2020
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YEREVAN/BAKU, Sept 28: Armenian and Azeri forces exchanged fierce fire for a second day on Monday over the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh, with the sides accusing each other of using heavy artillery amid reports of at least 21 deaths and hundreds