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    Kargil Vijay Diwas: PM Narendra Modi pays homage to Kargil martyrs

    NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday paid homage to all those who lost their lives in Kargil protecting our nation on 'Kargil Vijay Diwas'. India celebrates 'Kargil Vijay Diwas' on July 26 every year to mark the anniversary of the Indian Army's victory against Pakistan in 1999. The armed conflict continued for more than 60 days at Kargil in Ladakh. In a tweet, the...

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    Six Assam Police personnel killed in boundary row with Mizoram

    * Ensure peace: Amit Shah to CMs SILCHAR/GUWAHATI/AIZAWL: The Assam-Mizoram boundary trouble flared up on Monday as six personnel of the Assam Police were killed while 65 others — including civilians and also Cachar SP (Superintendent of Police), Vaibhav Nimbalkar — suffered injuries in the firing by miscreants from across the inter-State boundary with Mizoram, at...

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    1,528 fresh COVID-19 cases detected in Assam on Monday

    STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI: As many as 1,528 fresh COVID-19 cases were detected in the State on Monday when 26 people died of the pandemic. While the positivity rate in the State during the day was 0.92 per cent, the recovery rate was 96.41 per cent. The highest number of positive cases was 199 in Kamrup Metro district. It was followed by Golaghat with 131 cases, Kamrup (R) with 88 and...

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    73 roads along Indo-China border being developed on priority: Centre

    NEW DELHI: The government is focusing on enhancing the road infrastructure along the India-China border for which it has identified 73 critical roads of 4,203 km that are being accorded highest priority with dedicated funding. In a written reply to Naresh Bansal in the Rajya Sabha on Monday, Minister of State for Defence, Ajay Bhatt, said that the government is fully seized of...

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    Unauthorized absence of doctors continues in medical colleges of Assam

    STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI: At a time when many doctors are risking their own lives by treating COVID-19 patients, the unauthorized absence of a section of doctors at the six medical colleges and hospitals in the State has not gone down well with the quality healthcare delivery system. Even though the Health department had sent lists of such erring doctors to the principals of...

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    Assam loses Rs 1,500 crore annually while importing meat, milk and eggs

    STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI: Assam is losing out Rs 1,500 crore to other States every year while importing meat, milk and eggs. Even though Dispur is now providing a thrust for adequate production of egg, milk and meat, it will take some time for the State to become self-sufficient in the production of these three items. "The Veterinary & Animal Husbandry is one of...

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    COVID-19: Assam fast-moving to vaccinate 1 crore people

    STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI: Assam is fast moving towards vaccinating one crore of people. Till Monday evening, altogether 99,67,326 people have been already administered the anti-COVID vaccine. Of them, a total of 81,68,877 people have been administered the first dose of the vaccine; while 17,76, 625 people have got the second dose of the vaccination. Most of the people have been inoculated...

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    Additional tribal belts & blocks mulled in Assam

    STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI: After several decades, the Government of Assam is mulling the creation of additional tribal belts and blocks across the State. This move of the present BJP-led coalition State government is aimed at shielding the land rights of the indigenous protected class. In this regard, the R&DM (Revenue & Disaster Management) Department has instructed all the DCs (Deputy...

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    '333 private companies are into defence production in India'

    NEW DELHI: A total 333 private companies have been issued 539 industrial licences for defence production in India and out of these, 110 companies have started production. In a written reply to Vijay Pal Singh Tomar in the Rajya Sabha on Monday, Minister of State for Defence, Ajay Bhatt, said that the defence industry sector, which was hitherto reserved for the public sector, was...

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    Make anytime your spa time, unplug and snug

    NEW DELHI: As the pandemic rages on, it is causing adverse effects on one's emotional and mental state. It is important now more than ever to undertake your self-care as a priority. This means the old once-in-a-while hobby or an occasional visit to the spa is no longer valid. "It is a lifestyle, a practice, a regime. Issuing strict boundaries in terms of time and religiously devoting focus on...

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