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archiveSeptember 28, 2020

North East

Cong stitching ‘Mahajoot’ in Assam to dethrone BJP, says state chief

Guwahati, September 28: The Congress is all set to lead an opposition 'Mahajoot' with like-minded parties like the AIUDF, Left and some ethnic groups in Assam to take on the BJP in the assembly elections slated to be held early next year, the state Congress president said. Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) President Ripun Bora also said that the Congress will contest about 90 seats out of the 126 in the state and asserted that the next chief minister will be from the Congress. We will fight the next Assam...
North East

Heroin worth Rs 25cr seized in Assam, 1 held

Guwahati, September 28: Over five kg of heroin worth Rs 25 crore was recovered from Karbi Anglong district in Assam and one person held in this connection, DGP Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta said on Monday. The operation was part of the ongoing action against the drug smuggling activities in the state, he said. "The @karbianglongpol (Karbi Anglong police) last night seized a whopping 5kgs of Heroin at Assam Nagaland border. Kudos to the team," the director general of police said, adding that this was the biggest blow to drug peddlers. Ismail...
North East

Arunachal’s COVID-19 tally crosses 9,000-mark with 135 new cases

Itanagar, September 28: Arunachal Pradesh's COVID-19 tally crossed the 9,000-mark on Monday as 135 more people, including 26 security personnel, tested positive for the disease, a health department official said. The fresh infections have taken the northeastern state's caseload to 9,004, he said. Of the new cases, 62 were reported from the Capital Complex region, 18 from Kra Daadi, 13 from West Siang, eight from East Siang, seven from Lower Siang and six from Papumpare, State Surveillance Officer (SSO) Dr Lobsang Jampa said. Four fresh cases were also detected in...

Free Rabies vaccination camp held at Kohima

Kohima, September 28: Veterinary Hospital Kohima, Government of Nagaland organized a free rabies vaccination camp on its premises at Tin Pati, Kohima on September 28 to mark the occasion of World Rabies Day. Among the several people who turned up with their pets to avail the free vaccine, Gwavalo, a VII standard student of Baptist High Kohima was seen comforting his Pug for the impending injection of rabies vaccine. Gwavalo said his pet ‘Tinkle’ was too choosy but he loved her. “She is my friend and she is a great...
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28 September 2020

ARIES: You seem to stand out for what you do today, or probably more likely, what you've done in the past. Still, there can be a conflict between your indulgent and responsible sides, with neither coming out a clear winner. TAURUS: This is a time for feeling inspired by a deeper connection to a person or project, private matter, or family connection. Even so, you can be more sensitive to how you're received. Passions are strong, but love or fulfillment is complicated, especially because you require some self-nurturing. GEMINI: You...

Reform administration

We know that British rule in India established a strong but unkind system of administration and governance. Their system of governance was unique in many ways based on the principle of divide and rule and hidden agenda of ruthlessness. Every British institution and instrument of governance was devised to pursue sole agenda of exploitation on all fronts. At occasions they brought in some administrative reforms in a bid to give a facelift to their ruthless governance to calm a few liberal voices back home. These efforts of restructuring were ultimately...
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