All stories by Anurag Kashyap
Gogoi wants Centre to involve Anup Chetia in ULFA talksRediff.com25 Nov 2015
Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Wednesday called upon the Central government to involve ULFA general secretary Anup Chetia in the on-going peace talks.
2 civilians murdered in ULFA-I strike on Hindi-speaking bizmanRediff.com15 Jul 2015
In an attack carried out by the armed militants of the ULFA-I a Hindi-speaking businessman and his daughter were killed in the interior Bijulibon area in Assam on Tuesday night.
6 militants arrested by security forcesRediff.com24 Jun 2015
The self-styled chairman of militant Karbi National Liberation Army and two cadres of anti-talks faction of United Liberation Front of Assam-Independent were among six terrorists arrested by the security forces in Assam during the last 24 hours.
Commander, 4 cadres from Garo ultra outfit, arrested in GuwahatiRediff.com23 Jun 2015
In swift and specific operation Assam Police on Tuesday apprehended five members of Garo tribal militant group.
Bodo miliant killed in encounter in AssamRediff.com20 Apr 2015
A joint team of army and police gunned down hardcore militant Elion Daimary alias Engarlang affiliated with the Bodoland mutant.
Assam: BJP out to saffronise volatile Bodo heartlandRediff.com10 Mar 2015
Twenty odd important political figures and civil society leaders from Assam's conflicts-ridden Bodo heartland have joined Bharatiya Janata Party that has started its 'Mission Bodoland' with bang announcing its intention to provide an alternative to Bodoland people who are fed up with misrule of Bodoland People's Front where has been in power in Bodoland Territorial Autonomous Council over ten years on the trot.
Indian diaspora vulnerable to terror attacks, says IB chiefRediff.com30 Nov 2014
Director of Intelligence Bureau Syed Asif Ibrahim on Sunday said effective intelligence sharing with neighbouring countries like Nepal, Myanmar, and Malayasia, Saudi Arabia would go a long way in helping the country tackle the threat from global terror groups like the Al Qaeda and ISIS.
Assam: 6 arrested for having links to jihadi elementsRediff.com10 Oct 2014
The Assam police have arrested six people for having links with jihadi elements in the Dhubri sector of western Assam along the India-Bangladesh border.
Journalist arrested for 'having links with insurgents'Rediff.com3 Sep 2014
Assam police have arrested a local TV channel reporter for allegedly having links with the banned National Democratic Front of Bodoland (Sangbijit faction) group. Jaikhnong Brahma, a Kokrajhar-based reporter for Guwahati-based satellite TV channel, News Live was arrested on Tuesday evening from his residence.
War of words breaks out between BJP, Gogoi over Rajnath's visit to AssamRediff.com24 Aug 2014
The Congress government in Assam and the opposition, the Bharatiya Janata Party, are engaged in war of words over a purported visit of Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh to the troubled Assam-Nagaland boundary areas where situation is limping back to normalcy.
'The gunning down of 16-yr-old Priya should shame Assam government'Rediff.com24 Aug 2014
A day after it was reported that a teenager was killed at the hands of National Democratic Front of Bodoland (Songbijit faction) cadres, other organisations have slammed the state for failing to resolve the militancy along the border. Anurag Kashyap reports
Assam limps back to normalcy after curfew is liftedRediff.com22 Aug 2014
Curfew was relaxed for 12 hours in Assam's Golaghat district on Friday after the situation limped back to normal in wake of the August 20 mob violence and police firing.
ULFA threatens to use arms against illegal migrants from BangladeshRediff.com28 Jul 2014
The Paresh Barua-led United Liberation Front of Assam has warned of bloodshed and violence if the state and central governments give shelter to any illegal immigrant in the state. The hardlining group has said that it would not hesitate in using arms to evict illegal migrants from neighbouring countries, who have settled down in Assam.
School principal held for sexually harassing student in AssamRediff.com25 Jul 2014
The principal of a reputed private school in Guwahati has been suspended after a student alleged that he had sexually harassed her.
Take decision on Gogoi's ouster by Sunday: Congress rebels' diktatRediff.com17 Jul 2014
Fast running out of patience, dissident Congress legislators in Assam have set Sunday as the deadline for the party high command to take a decision regarding their demand to replace Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi.
Drugs worth Rs 27.5 lakh seized in GuwahatiRediff.com15 Jul 2014
Sleuths from the Narcotics Control Bureau on Tuesday seized contraband drug worth over Rs 27.5 lakh in two separate operations carried out in Guwahati and arrested a total of 5 people, including 3 from Manipur.
On first meeting with PM, Assam CM discusses militancyRediff.com7 Jul 2014
On Monday, Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and discussed the need to set up a comprehensive and coordinated strategy to nip the problem of extremism in the North-East in the bud.
Assam opposes visa-free entry to Bangladesh nationalsRediff.com19 Jun 2014
Opposing the Central government's proposal of allowing Bangladeshis visa-free entry into Assam, Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi said he couldn't allow it, as the state was already facing a problem of illegal migration.
Assam: Four cops suspended for abandoning slain SPRediff.com7 Jun 2014
Following the demise of the Superintendent of Police of the Hamren district during an encounter in Assam, Kiren Rijiju visited the state to meet CM Tarun Gogoi and discuss the law and order situation. Anurag Kashyap reports.
SP, policeman killed by tribal militants in AssamRediff.com6 Jun 2014
A superintendent of police and another police official were killed in an encounter when tribal militants from the Karbi People's Liberation Tigers ambushed them in Karbi Anglong district of central Assam late on Thursday night.