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China, Pakistan not letting India use its own resources: Ahir

China and Pakistan will not let India utilise its resources until the country takes steps to secure borders effectively, Minister of State for Home Hansraj Gangaram Ahir said on Thursday.

Chinese media calls for mechanism with India to share Brahmaputra waters, Beijing downplays

Chinese media calls for mechanism with India to share Brahmaputra waters, Beijing downplays

Chinese official media on Monday said that Beijing is ready for a joint multilateral cooperation mechanism with India and Bangladesh to share the river waters.

Take up Masood Azhar case diplomatically with China: Congress

China has announced putting a technical hold on a United Nations resolution declaring Masood Azhar as a terrorist.

Three sites around Guwahati to be developed as tourist attraction

 Assam government has decided to develop three major sites around Guwahati--Kamakhya Temple, Umananda and Gandhi Mandap--to promote them as places of tourist and spiritual attraction, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said today.

China blocks Brahmaputra tributary in Tibet to build dam amid Indo-Pak tension

China blocks Brahmaputra tributary in Tibet to build dam amid Indo-Pak tension

The blockade of the Brahmaputra river tributary comes at a time when India's reported decision to suspend talks with Pakistan under Indus Water Treaty.

Jammu and Kashmir govt will support Centre's decision on Indus Waters Treaty: Nirmal Singh​

With the Centre hinting at revising the Indus Waters Treaty with Pakistan, Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh on Saturday said the state will fully support whatever decision is taken by the Union government on the 1960 agreement.

Assam's Majuli to be declared India's first island district today

Assam's Majuli to be declared India's first island district today

Assam Chief Minister Sarbanand Sonowal, who represents the Majuli assembly seat, will formally upgrade Majuli to a district from sub-division.

Floods affect 19 lakh people in Assam, 20 killed; Rajnath Singh conducts aerial survey

Floods affect 19 lakh people in Assam, 20 killed; Rajnath Singh conducts aerial survey

As the flood situation in Assam continued to remain grim, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday conducted an aerial survey of flood-hit areas.

Rajnath Singh leaves for flood-stricken Assam

Rajnath Singh leaves for flood-stricken Assam

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday left for Assam to take take stock of the situation in flood affected areas of the state.

Flood situation worsens in Assam, 1.75 lakh people affected

Flood situation in Assam worsened on Friday with nearly 1.75 lakh people suffering across six districts of the state.

Nine-month-old drowns in boat capsize in Assam's Chimen river - Know details

Nine-month-old drowns in boat capsize in Assam's Chimen river - Know details

A nine-month-old baby drowned and two others went missing when the country boat in which they were traveling capsized in Chimen river in Assam's Dhemaji district on Monday.

Monitoring China's biggest hydropower plant in Tibet, says India

Monitoring China's biggest hydropower plant in Tibet, says India

As China completed the biggest hydropower plant in Tibet, MEA on Thursday said India is monitoring the situation.

80% of Assam submerged under water; toll rises to 42

80% of Assam submerged under water; toll rises to 42

Nearly 80 percent of Assam has been engulfed by floods which has affected 20 out of the total 27 districts, claimed 42 lives and affected 18 lakh people, Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) said on Monday.

Assam flood situation worsens, 3 lakh people affected

Heavy rains in the past few days have affected nearly three lakh people in Assam.

Home Minister Rajnath Singh reviews flood situation in Assam

 Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday reviewed flood situation in Assam and assured all central assistance for rescue and relief operations there.

Flood situation in Assam grim, over two lakh people affected

The flood situation in Assam turned grim on Wednesday following incessant rains here in the past few days which have affected nearly two lakh people in over 280 villages in the state.

Flood situation in Assam grim, over 2 lakh people affected

The flood situation in Assam turned grim on Wednesday following incessant rains here in the past few days which have affected nearly two lakh people in over 280 villages in the state.

''China dams unlikely to affect Brahmaputra water level''

 The dams constructed by China in Tibet region are unlikely to affect the water level of Brahmaputra river in India, parliament was informed on Thursday.

India conveys concerns to China over Brahmaputra hydro projects

With indications that China has approved three more hydropower projects on the main stream of Brahmaputra River, India Thursday asserted its user rights as a lower riparian State, saying it has conveyed its "concerns" to the Chinese government at the highest level.

Flood situation in Assam remains grim, over 65,000 people affected

Flood situation in Assam remains grim, over 65,000 people affected

The flood situation in Assam remained grim on Monday as several districts experienced heavy rains in the past 24 hours.