Two days after unidentified gunmen opened fire at five persons in Assam's Tinsukia, two extremists were thrashed by mob in Silchar on Saturday morning.
Two extremists were thrashed by a mob in.. Credit: DNA - Published
The strike is viewed by a section of officials as an attempt by ULFA to shore up its flagging support base as it coincides with a wave of protests sweeping many districts in Assam's Brahmaputra Valley.. Credit: Firstpost - Published
Guwahati (Assam), Apr 22 (ANI): With increase in rainfall on the higher parts North-Eastern states of India, there is a significant rise in the water level of Brahmaputra River. Flood warning has been..
Though no militant outfit has claimed the responsibility of the killing, police did not rule out the involvement of Ulfa (Independent) militants. On October 13, Ulfa (I) was involved in a low-intensity.. Credit: IndiaTimes - Published
At least four people were killed and two were injured after suspected United Liberation Front of Assam-Independent (ULFA-I) opened fire at them in Assam’s Sadiya, which falls under the jurisdiction.. Credit: DNA - Published
China on Monday said the flood situation in Yarlung Tsangpo river has "returned to normal" after it posed a threat to India's northeastern states following the formation of an artificial lake created.. Credit: DNA - Published
The Indian authorities sounded a high alert in Arunachal Pradesh last week after a landslide occurred in Yarlung Tsangpo River in Tibet that enters as Siang in Arunachal Pradesh and is known as the.. Credit: Firstpost - Published
In today's world, travelling from Mumbai to Pune or vice versa is a breeze. For those of us who remember the two-lane road and its serpentine traffic jams, the Expressway came as a much needed relief... Credit: DNA - Published
The artificial lake created by a landslide on the Yarlung Tsangpo mainstream in Tibet Autonomous Region breached in the wee hours of Friday and water levels went up in downstream Siang in Arunachal.. Credit: DNA - Published
The Spokesperson of the Chinese Embassy in India, Counselor Ji Rong, claimed that India was "immediately" informed about the landslide which occurred in the lower ranges of Credit: Sify - Published Also reported by •newKerala.com
The Spokesperson of the Chinese Embassy in India, Counselor Ji Rong, claimed that India was "immediately" informed about the landslide which occurred in the lower ranges of Yaluzangbu river in Tibet.. Credit: DNA - Published