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Heavy rain likely to lash NE states 31.7.2015 Guwahati - City - The Times of India
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Government to revamp oil activity in North-East 31.7.2015 Asian Age: India
The government plans to revamp exploration and production activities in the northeast sector with the aim of restoring it as the country’s hydrocarbon hub. A series of ambitious steps like improving the output in the upstream, midstream and downstream activities as well as reviving the infrastructure are part of a vision document for the region, which is being readied by the petroleum ministry under supervision of the Prime Minister’s office. The document, sources privy to the development said, is likely to be prepared within a month as the petroleum ministry has already set up a committee headed by additional secretary A.P. Sawhney to supervise its preparation. Crisil has been hired by the ministry to provide consultancy for the purpose. The development of north-east region is a key part of the Narendra Modi government’s agenda, and in fact the Prime Minister had earlier stated that by 2022, when the country will be celebrating the 75th Independence Day, he is keen to reduce the total oil imports from ...
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Cyclone Komen hits Bangladesh; heavy rains in Bengal, Odisha 31.7.2015 Hindu: Delhi
Cyclonic storm ‘Komen’ hit the Bangladesh coast on Thursday evening, bringing with it heavy rainfall in Gangetic West Bengal and Odisha, the MET department said.After making landfall in Bang...
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Government Appoints 36 Additional Secys 31.7.2015 newindianexpress.com
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NE states owe crores to Neepco 31.7.2015 The Telegraph : North East
At a time when Neepco is trying to mobilise funds from the people, all the eight states of Northeast collectively owe the PSU an amount of Rs 1,187.58 crore.
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Rs 28 wage hike for workers 31.7.2015 The Telegraph : North East
The Assam government today proposed to increase the wages of tea labourers by Rs 28.5 from the existing Rs 115 to Rs 143.50.
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Lanka tea mogul to share success story 31.7.2015 The Telegraph : North East
The captains of the Assam tea industry will now get an opportunity to know about the success mantra of the globally renowned Sri Lankan tea brand, Dilmah.
Assam bans two products 31.7.2015 The Telegraph : North East
After Maggi was taken off the shelves in Assam in June, Dispur today banned products of two state-based companies for a month.
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Reangs refuse to go back 31.7.2015 The Telegraph : North East
Not a single person turned up on the third day of the seven-day verification camp for Bru refugees at Naisingpara relief camp in North Tripura today.
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Villagers rescue abducted kid 31.7.2015 The Telegraph : North East
Villagers in the remote Bishmuri Bangalbazar area, north of Kokrajhar, today caught a kidnapper and rescued a three-year-old boy, who was abducted from Santinagar in the district two weeks back.
'Security nod' to NGO team 31.7.2015 The Telegraph : North East
The ministry of home affairs has "assured" security clearance to the NGOs' team that will visit Myanmar to impress upon NSCN (K) chairman S.S. Khaplang to resume the abrogated peace process with Delhi.
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Nut factory poses health hazard 31.7.2015 The Telegraph : North East
A cashew nut-processing factory in the West Garo Hills, along the Assam-Meghalaya border, has come under scanner for dumping wastes directly in human habitation in its vicinity.
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Airtel 4G trials in capital 31.7.2015 The Telegraph : North East
 Bharti Airtel Limited today rolled out 4G trials exclusively for its customers here.
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Sabha plea for chair after Neog 31.7.2015 The Telegraph : North East
Asam Sahitya Sabha today requested Dibrugarh University and Gauhati University to create a chair in the name of scholar Maheswar Neog.
Barekuri FC, Namrup win 31.7.2015 The Telegraph : North East
Barekuri Football Club, Tinsukia, edged past Gargaon Football Club by 2-1 goals in the seventh Bodousa Cup Football Tournament, organised by Bodousa Sports Club at Doomdooma Town Field in Tinsukia district of Upper Assam.  Striker Pran Jyoti Chutia netted the first goal for Barekuri Football Club through a shot from the right flank in the 48th minute. 
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Kamrup girl wins gold 31.7.2015 The Telegraph : North East
 Anjali Sahani of Kamrup Metro won gold in the junior girls’ under-44kg event in the 32nd Inter-district Sub-junior, Junior and Senior Boys’ and Girls’ (Kyprug) Taekwondo Championship held at Hari Mandir Prangan in Nalbari from July 23 to 26. Another city girl, Atlanta Debangee Das, won a gold each in individual poomsae and kyorugi (spiring) and a silver in pair poomsae.
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Hectic lobbying over ACA vacancy™ 31.7.2015 The Telegraph : North East
 Hectic lobbying has started within the Assam Cricket Association (ACA) with its governing body meeting asking its secretary Bikash Baruah to step aside by going on leave as legal tangles are pending against the association. 
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Brave Juli scripts new chapter in her life 31.7.2015 The Telegraph : North East
Juli Baruah, who lost both her hands in an accident when she was a student of Cotton College in 2006 and later established herself as a writer, today tied the knot with Ulfa leader Pradip Gogoi.
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APSC asked to file an affidavit 31.7.2015 The Telegraph : North East
Gauhati High Court today directed the Assam Public Service Commission (APSC) to file an affidavit detailing the practices and procedures followed by it while conducting the state civil services exam.
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Heat rethink on vacation 31.7.2015 The Telegraph : North East
With no let-up in the heat wave, the Assam government is contemplating extending the summer vacation of schools.
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