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Protests erupt in Assam over Citizenship Amendment Bill, NESO calls for 12-hour 'bandh' in Guwahati

DNA Tuesday, 10 December 2019
Protests have erupted in Assam over Citizenship Amendment Bill.
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Assam Assam State in northeast India

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Northeast border row: 'Mizoram decides to withdraw forces,' says Assam Home Secy

A meeting of Home Secretaries of Assam and Mizoram, over the present Assam-Mizoram border situation was held on October 21. Following the meeting, Assam Home Secretary, Gyanendra Dev Tripathi informed that Mizoram government agreed to withdraw forces from the state. "In view of the present situation, we requested Mizoram Govt to withdraw the forces in Assam side which they had deployed. Government of Mizoram has agreed to our request. So, the problem of deployment of forces has been resolved," said Gyanendra Dev Tripathi..

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Assam: Iconic Kaziranga National Park reopens today amid COVID-19

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Guwahati Guwahati Metropolis in Assam, India

Guwahati's Durga puja committees reduce celebration budget amid pandemic [Video]

Guwahati's Durga puja committees reduce celebration budget amid pandemic

Big-budget Durga puja committees in Guwahati decided to lower down the budget this year ahead of COVID-19 pandemic. Bishnupur Sarbajanin Durga Puja Committee has decided not to make a giant pandal this year. The budget of celebration this year has been reduced to Rs. 2 lakh which earlier was Rs. 25 lakh. COVID protocols issued by the government will be followed during the celebration. Around 50 people will be allowed at a time to stand in the ground, which will be regularly monitored and sanitized.

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Durga Puja 2020: Idol makers suffer huge losses amid COVID-19 pandemic [Video]

Durga Puja 2020: Idol makers suffer huge losses amid COVID-19 pandemic

Business of idol makers in Guwahati remained affected ahead of Durga Puja due to COVID-19 pandemic. Idol makers are suffering huge loss this year. An Idol maker said, "We are suffering huge losses this year. We are in trouble."

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Devotees perform 'parikrama' after Kamakhya temple reopens [Video]

Devotees perform 'parikrama' after Kamakhya temple reopens

After months of closure, famous Kamakhya temple in Guwahati reopened for devotees. The inner sanctum sanctorum was closed in view of COVID-19. Devotees were seen visiting the famous temple to perform 'parikrama'. Keeping in mind the COVID spread, 15 minutes have been allotted to each devotee visiting.

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