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Shishya recorded its name in history with fifth consecutive Guinness world record for the largest display of earthen oil lamps at Ram ki Paidi on the eve of Diwali, after over 9.5 lakh earthen lamps were lit up in one go. The grand Deepotsav program was celebrated at Ramnagari Ayodhya. UP CM Yogi Adityanath said that the mega event in the holy city is scaling new heights every year. 

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For the first time in Assam, civil administration and police went out to arrest the land brokers operating under the well-knit land mafia led to put as many as 520 land brokers behind the bar. The target list of land brokers were 700, but limited to 520, as many of them picked up were later found having no linkage with illegal land deal.

Land brokers across Assam not only grabbed the government khas land but also encroached upon satras, namghar, and debattar land of temples allegedly converting the name of individuals in connivance with circle and revenue officers.

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For over six decades, Naga Nationalists have fought the Indian state for a sovereign ethnic homeland that would include Nagaland as well as the Naga-inhabited areas of Manipur, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Myanmar across the border. Over the decades, the Naga armed movement split into several factions. Talks between the NSCN (I-M) and the Centre began in 1997, when the rebel group signed a peace treaty with the government.

In 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government signed a “framework agreement” with the NSCN (I-M) – a development publicised as a major breakthrough by both sides.

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On 22 September, the world witnessed a unique event in Assam of Northeast India, where the authority set 2479 rhino horns on fire as a mission to spread the message that the horns do not have any aphrodisiac value, because of which the gigantic animals, officially known as the greater one-horned rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicorns),  are hunted in Asia and Africa. The pledge of World Rhino Day was to drastically reduce the incidents of rhino-poaching with the government initiatives and full public support.

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