Jorhat, Jan.

GUWAHATI: The Assam Sanmilita Mahasangha has expressed alarm at the fact that the indigenous people of Assam are slowly losing their land rights.

Assam Sanmilita Manasangha working president Matiur Rahman said, “It is the responsibility of the State Government to protect the land rights of the sons of the soil. But unfortunately, this government appears to ignore the issue of protection of the land rights of the indigenous people.

Jorhat, Oct.

Guwahati, Oct.

Jorhat, Sept.

The scheme for Extending Green Revolution to Eastern India was introduced under the Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana (RKVY) in 2010-11. It was aimed at increasing agricultural production through use of new seeds and advanced agricultural technologies. Assam was included under the scheme in the later part of the 2010-11 fiscal. Rs 17.50 crore was allotted to Assam under this scheme, said sources in the Agriculture Department.

Nagaon: In what should send alarm bells ringing, the drinking water sources in 571 rural areas in Assam are fluoride contaminated.

Borholla (Jorhat): With peace and normalcy gradually returning to Assam, small-scale ventures like dairy farming are increasingly gaining popularity in the region.

JORHAT, Aug 9 – At a time when different species of local birds have become endangered in the region, the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited and the State Forest department have decided to set

Jorhat, Aug. 2: The veterinary department here has brought out a leaflet of dos and don’ts for people residing in areas where pigs are reared to prevent the spread of Japanese encephalitis.