The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Fault lies in faraway Dibrugarh
Large parts of the city plunged into darkness after a power line snapped in faraway Dibrugarh, forcing the Assam State Electricity Board (ASEB) to resort to loadshedding....  | Read.. 
Three great men through the lens
The longing for peace has never been stronger than in these times of discord. After criss-crossing several countries, 'T ...  | Read.. 
2 held for selling half-filled cylinders
Sleuths of the Bureau of Investigation (Economic Offence) busted a racket involved in duping unsuspecting consumers by s ...  | Read.. 
Security overdrive ahead of Ulfa day
Police went on a security overdrive 48 hours ahead of the Ulfa's raising day to thwart any sabotage attempt by the outfi ...  | Read.. 
CBSE wins over state board
Several city-based private schools affiliated to the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (Seba) are planning to shift to ...  | Read.. 
Black inspiration for Good Samaritans
Inspiration in reel life is proving to be useful for ...  | Read.. 
Plea for change in commerce course
Representatives of several city-based higher secondary schools and colleges today moved the Assam Higher Secondary Educa ...  | Read.. 
Protest plan by lab technicians
Trainee laboratory technicians at the Gauhati Medical College Hospital (GMCH) have vowed to disrupt the interview for ad ...  | Read.. 
Beware of fraud, students tell donors
The B. Borooah College Students Union (BBCSU) today appealed to the public to avoid donating money to organisations that ...  | Read.. 
Gautam Bardhan of Lumding draws a sketch of Pakistan President Gen. Pervez Musharraf on a ferry at Pandughat for peaceful ties between India and Pakis ...  | Read
DC scans schemes' progress
Dental camp
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