GORESWAR, Oct 10 – A well-attended representative meet was held at No.

GUWAHATI, Sept 24 – The overall flood situation in the State has worsened further with nearly 14 lakh people in 1,972 villages under 63 revenue circles of 16 districts reeling under flood.

GUWAHATI, Sept 23 – Incessant rains are to be blamed for the present flood situation in the State.

GUWAHATI: Dispur is not taking the Assam’s inter-State boundary problem with Meghalaya seriously and has left the villagers living along the Meghalaya border at the mercy of the neighbouring State. This was alleged by the Greater Baisistha Development Coordination Committee.

According to the Greater Baisistha Development Coordination Committee, several acres of land in the Baisistha locality under Dispur Revenue Circle had been encroached upon by Meghalaya in the last few years. The encroachment by Meghalaya was also rampant at the Boko area in Kamrup district, said the Committee.

Shillong, July 9: In the wake of the assault on RTI activist and Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti leader Akhil Gogoi, the National Campaign for Peoples’ Right to Information (NCPRI) today demanded a st

Guwahati: The flood situation is improving in Assam but at least 13 districts are still under flood waters, the State Disaster Management Authority (SDMA) said Sunday.

The death toll related to floods and landslides had gone up to 124 till Sunday. While 108 persons have died due to floods, the SDMA authorities have recorded 16 deaths due to landslides, the reports said. Another 17 persons remained missing in various districts across the state till Sunday, the SDMA said.

July 4: The Kamrup (metro) district administration will now seek the help of IIT Guwahati to conduct a study into the perennial problem of waterlogging in the city.

Guwahati, June 29 (IANS): The deadly Japanese Encephalitis has claimed three lives in Assam in the past few weeks, health officials here said on Thursday.

Incessant rainfall in catchment areas during the last week have led to a rise in the water level of the Brahmaputra and its tributaries, inundating vast tracts of farmlands and villages in several

Guwahati, May 22: Assam plans to prepare a people’s bio-diversity register, which will document the biological resources in the state, their medicinal or any other use or any other traditional know