Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi ton Saturday directed that a committee be constituted to study the flood problem of Guwahati city and suggest remedial measures to solve the problem.

Police, settlers clash as eviction drive enters eighth day

GUWAHATI: Premchand Shah (60) has no option but to look to the government for financial help after his family's sole bread winner, his 18-year-old son Bivek, drowned in the overflowing Bharalu rive

Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Sunday convened a high–level meeting to discuss the post–flood scenario in Guwahati.

Unabated encroachment on the hills around Guwahati city is said to be one of the main reasons for the waterlogging problem in the city and unfortunately, because of the failure of the Government to

Can a family make do with two litres of potable water a day? The residents of a number of areas in Guwahati get only two litres of potable water, supplied by the administration, a day.

The Assam government has earned severe criticisms from the people and the civil society members for the unnecessary delay in cleaning up the Bharalu and Bahini rivers in the city and the misuse of

It wont be long before the dry spell is over and the rains come down on Guwahati.

The Gauhati high court on Monday asked the state government to set up a high-level committee to examine the steps taken by it and the Brahmaputra Board (BB) to check erosion in Majuli and also aske

GUWAHATI, February 19: Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Wednesday clearly said that land pattas will not be given to those families who are residing in forest and wetland areas of the city.