Poachers managed to kill another rhino at Kaziranga, a world heritage site about 250 km from here, on Sunday, barely a week after the national park was opened to visitors.

GUWAHATI: Conservationists have hit upon a novel plan to monitor the movement of wildlife from their natural habitat in the Kaziranga National Park to nearby human habitations during flood.

Guwahati: The current wave of flood has inundated two very important wildlife protection areas in the state, Kaziranga National Park (KNP) and Pabitora Wildlife Sanctuary, in Assam besides so far a

CBI sleuths, probing poaching of rhinos in Assam (especially in the Kaziranga National Park), suspect that Northeast-based insurgent outfit Karbi People’s Liberation Tigers is actively involved in

At least seven persons have been killed so far as the flood situation in the State remained grim, affecting nearly 3 lakh people in 15 districts.

GUWAHATI, June 25: The Assam government seems to be laying no stress at all on increasing electricity generation in the State by way of setting up mini–hydel projects only because of its interest i

If reports are to be believed, large part of Hamren sub–division is severely hit by a drought like situation due to scarcity of rain water in the area for the past several months.

The Expert Appraisal Committee for River Valley and Hydro Electric Project (EAC), formed by the Union ministry of environment and forests, has said the 120 MW Lower Kopili dam project, planned in A

Six school children were injured and cracks appeared in buildings when a moderate earthquake of 5.5 intensity on the Richter scale rocked Assam on Wednesday.

The Karbi Anglong hills district administration keeping an eye on the upcoming Durga Puja here has geared up for celebrating an eco–friendly Durga Puja this year with the Pollution Control Board of Assam (PCBA) laying out the green and smooth guidelines.

A meeting was held at the Conference Hall of the Kheroni police station today at 12–10 pm here with presidents and secretaries of puja committees of the Kheroni and its adjoin areas, where the Officer In–charge, Badan Chandra Das said the administration will strictly enforce the Board’s guidelines and asked the committees to promote idols made of natural materials.