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NRL wax bound for Nepal

The first shipment of paraffin wax exported by Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL) is scheduled to reach its destination in Nepal tomorrow.   | Read..

Seba ban on gadgets in exam halls

The Board of Secondary Education, Assam, (Seba) will matric or to resort to cheating in the examinationsSMSs subject , besides leaking questions, a section of invigilators...   | Read..

Northeast tiger genes unique, says study

The tiger population of the Northeast is genetically different from the rest of the country, an official tiger report has revealed for the first time.   | Read..

'Angry' CM bashes foes, Singham style

Assam has a new "angry young man in the virtual world. Or call it angry chief minister, if you will.   | Read..

Curfew in Kiphire after arson

Around 20 houses and three cars belonging to people from the Yimchunger community were burned in Kiphire town allegedly by members of the Sangtam community this evening, a...   | Read..

BJP creates conflict: Azad

Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha and veteran Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad today accused the BJP of trying to create conflict among the people in the name of religion.   | Read..

Social media helps rescue tortured minor

The cyber crime squad of Manipur police, spurred by a persistent social media, launched a search and rescued a minor girl, from a house in Thoubal on Friday evening. A...   | Read..

Fight cancer, urge survivors

Cancer survivors believe courage to fight the disease, family support, awareness, early detection and diagnosis can ensure survival.   | Read..

March for pride, respect & equality

The city witnessed the seven colours of the rainbow come together today as members of the LGBTQIA community and gay rights supporters came together to hold the third...   | Read..

Flag of indigenous food flutters high

Karma Debbarma, 73, does not really look his age.   | Read..
Northeast Sports

Pak beat visa woes

Squash superpower Pakistan may have started their 12th South Asian Games campaign on the back foot - with India denying entry to both their men's and women's coaches - but...   | Read..

Good show in swimming

Guwahati/Shillong, Feb. 7: Hosts India today added 14 more gold to an overnight 14 to top the tally on the third day of the 12th South Asian Games under way in Guwahati and...   | Read..

Nepal team feels at home

Hundreds of kilometres away from their country, it was like a match at home for the Nepalese women's football team that defeated Maldives 2-0 with strong support and cheer...   | Read..

Today in SAG

• Cycling on NH-37 from LP School Chakanibari, Guwahati, at 7am.   | Read..

India will be the toughest to beat: Qureshi

For Pakistan's ace tennis player, Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi, the South Asian Games is a first, albeit quite late in a career that has seen him tour the professional tennis...   | Read..

'Super hit' match today, says panel

The 12th South Asian Games organising committee today confirmed that the India-Pakistan hockey match tomorrow evening will be a super hit in the ongoing edition of the...   | Read..

Message of courage from Nepal

They played, they lost but they rejoiced.   | Read..

Hopes up for team, women's events

Indian squash team coach Cyrus Poncha said the loss in the men's singles semi-finals to archrivals Pakistan will not affect India's performance in the women's singles and...   | Read..
NRL wax bound for Nepal
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