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Silchar News Today | Assam CM confirms that Durga Puja

Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma Chief Minister of Assam on Wednesday stated that the Durga Puja will surely be celebrated in the State but by following all COVID-19 protocols. During this pandemic, there was confusion among the people, organizers, idol artisans, decorators, and various other peoples who belong to the sectors involved with the Durga Puja, […]Read More

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Assam News | TMCH doctor suspended in Assam for misbehaving

A Junior Doctor from Tezpur Medical College and Hospital TMCH Tezpur (Assam) has been suspended for the harassment of a female MBBS intern at TMCH. Dr. Rakesh Medhi, a postgraduate student of Surgery, has been suspended for six months. The Assam Police immediately responded to the tweet and ordered the accused to be investigated by the Superintendent of Police of the Sonitpur District. Read More

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Assam News | Assam Government  declares Pragyan Bharti Scheme for

On Monday, September 6, the Government of Assam declared the fee waiver Pragyan Bharti Scheme Assam to continue for the academic year 2021-22. Under this scheme, the students with parental income less than two Lakh can get free admission in HS, Degree and MA, MSC, and M.com courses respectively. Students whose parents are working under the Central and the State government cannot take benefits under this Scheme. Read More


Silchar News Today | Relief for Paper Mill Workers

The Govt. Of Assam and the Employee’s Union have come to an agreement on Rs. 650 crore to be paid as liquidation sum by the liquidator. This amount is for the relief of the employees of Hindustan Paper Corporation Limited (HPCL) in Cachar and Nagaon. This marks a clear silver lining for those desolate for […]Read More


Covid -19 Containment measures Extended till 30th June|The Readers Time

Government on Thursday extended the COVID-19 containment measures till 30th of June. An order passed by the government read “In spite of the declining trend, the number of active cases presently is still very high. It is, therefore, important that containment measures may continue to be implemented strictly”. “Any relaxation by states/UTs may be considered […]Read More

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