A Maulvi’s job is to teach religion, education of students is the govt’s responsibility: Himanta Biswa Sarma on madarsas
Answering to Badruddin Ajmal's allegations, Himanta Biswa Sarma stated that Hindus do not attack Mosques, it is Ajmal's own ancestors who had attacked and destroyed Hindu temples.
“Young generation of New India has a zeal of combating troubles with enthusiasm”, says PM Modi addressing students at Tezpur University
PM Modi emphasised on how the Govt prioritised the development of North-East India opening new avenues for younger generations
NIA charge-sheet says Akhil Gogoi was planning to stoke violence by inciting Assamese people against Bengali population in Assam: Report
The NIA said that the Akhil Gogoi and the witness addressed a massive crowd of over 6,000 people which later turned violent.
Assam police unearth tunnel used by infiltrators and smugglers to enter India illegally from Bangladesh. Read details
The police discovered the tunnel while probing a kidnapping case involving two cattle smugglers.
Badruddin Ajmal's NGOs accused of receiving funds from terror-linked foreign organisation, MHA starts probe.
Sarma stated that the bill does not concern private institutions. The government-funded madarsas will be converted to regular schools and only Quran teaching will be stopped.
NCPCR investigation into six children home established by Badruddin Ajmal: Funds from Turkish org linked to Al-Qaeda, mistreatment of children and more
NCPCR found irregularities in six childcare institutions. running under the aegis of "Markazul Maarif", established by Badruddin Ajmal
The first Human Milk Bank in Northeast was inaugurated in Satribari Christian Hospital (SCH), Guwahati, Assam
Massive victory for BJP in Tiwa Autonomous Council election in Assam, wins 33 out of 36 seats while ally AGP gets 2, Congress wins...
The Tiwa Autonomous Council covers parts of Morigaon (19 seats), Nagaon (10 seats), Hojai (1 seat) and Kamrup (Metro) (6 seats) districts in Assam
There are around 1000 state-run madarsas in Assam and that the state spends about Rs 260 crore annually on them.