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Gadkari warns cement firms on prices

Union minister for road transport and highways Nitin Gadkari today warned cement manufacturers of the Northeast not to take undue advantage of the highway construction work in the region and to...   | Read..

Bullet rips apart villager’s family

Till June 3, five-year-old Sabilal and his three-year-old brother Sanilal played together in the courtyard of their home.   | Read..

Court asks I-T dept to clarify

The chairman of the Central Board of Direct Taxes has sought time from Meghalaya High Court to respond to the clarifications sought by the latter regarding the law under...   | Read..

Cong rallies behind Dutta on dissidents

Office-bearers of the Assam PCC today threw their weight behind state unit president Anjan Dutta, authorising him to take “drastic action” against the five...   | Read..

Trader, bank official jailed for corruption

A businessman and an SBI official were sentenced to four-year imprisonment by a special CBI court here for entering into a conspiracy to defraud the SBI of several lakhs of...   | Read..

Girl goes missing in boat capsize

A 10-year-old girl went missing after a boat capsized in the Brahmaputra at lower Majuli around noon today.   | Read..

12-hour bandh hits life in Chirang

Normal life was disrupted today as a result of a 12-hour Chirang district strike called by the All Bodo Students' Union (Absu) in protest against the custody death of a...   | Read..

Govt order to halt coal transport

The Meghalaya government today said no trucks would be allowed to transport coal from tomorrow as the window for conveying the extracted and assessed coal has ended.   | Read..


Meghalaya director-general of civil defence and home guards Y.C. Modi was today appointed the additional director in the CBI.   | Read..

Delhi to seek wage report

Union minister of state (independent charge) for labour and employment Bandaru Dattatreya today said the Centre would seek report from the Assam government on minimum wages...   | Read..

Plea for House session to plug NRC loopholes

Assam Nagarik Moncho, a platform of different political and social organisations, has demanded a special Assam Assembly session to resolve all issues regarding the update...   | Read..

Gadkari stress on progress

Union minister for road transport and highways Nitin Gadkari today reiterated the commitment of the NDA government at the Centre to the development of infrastructure,...   | Read..

Tech aid for weavers, artisans

The Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Silchar, is going to launch a computer-aided design programme for weavers and artisans of the state.   | Read..

NGO to take steps for vulture conservation

The Bombay Natural History Society, an NGO, will take steps to conserve vultures across nine districts of Assam and two each in Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland.   | Read..

Manipur govt in a bind over prohibition

The Manipur government is willing to lift prohibition, but has not been able to take a decision as it apprehends objections from the strong anti-liquor lobby.   | Read..

Sops for 500 Anganwadis

With an eye on Assembly polls slated for early next year, Dispur has sanctioned a project for five Upper Assam districts, under which 500 Anganwadi centres with 100 in each...   | Read..

HC forbids ordinance

Meghalaya High Court today observed that the state government ordinance empowering headmen cannot be passed as the subject matter is pending before the court.   | Read..
Northeast Sports

Little Master rule

Subroto cup   | Read..

Morning Star & Green Valley lead

Morning Star FC, Diphu, and Green Valley FC, Guwahati, continued to be the group leaders in the first Assam State Premier League football tournament. With 25 points each,...   | Read..

Nangkiew beat Malki

Defending champions Nangkiew Irat ended their under-19 Shillong Premier League campaign with a convincing 3-0 victory over Malki at the JN Sports Complex here today.   | Read..
A wild elephant strolls along the Kaliabhomora bridge; the animal on its way to the Bhomoraguri forest and guards stop commuters from approaching...   | Read..
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