The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Build parks to get perks
In a unique move orchestrated by the Kamrup (metropolitan) district administration and the Kamrup Chamber of Commerce (KCC), councillors are being motivated with freebies to deliver the goods. ...  | Read.. 
A date with masters of filmmaking
After Goa, it is Guwahati's turn. ...  | Read.. 
Traders under cop scanner in fraud case
Police have started probing the role of some unscrupulous traders of the city in the cheating racket that was busted yes ...  | Read.. 
Varsity scam-probe cry gets Gogoi push
Chief minister Tarun Gogoi today said Dispur would move Delhi for a CBI inquiry into the financial scams which had rocke ...  | Read.. 
Evicted kiosks sneak into roadside, again
The kiosks and billboards cleared by the Guwahati Municipal Corporation (GMC) from the roadside are back in the place wh ...  | Read.. 
Street children in science meet
Street children from Delhi will display science projects at the 12th National Children's Science Congress (NCSC) to be h ...  | Read.. 
Pressure groups seek tax hike rollback
Students' unions along with city-based non-government organisations have demanded the withdrawal of the proposed hike in ...  | Read.. 
Disabled wage lonely battle
Guwahati celebrated World Disabled Day with much fanfare at Nehru Stadium on December 3. But does the government's respo ...  | Read.. 
Varsity head rues low footfall at science hub
Facilities at the Regional Science Centre have not been utilised to the optimum, said Gauhati University vice-chancellor ...  | Read.. 
Litterateur Lakhinandan Bora releases an Assamese book, Bodhibriksha, along with the author, Amal Kumar Das, at the Northeast Book Fair on Tues ...  | Read
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