The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Cops told to battle the bulge
City cops, who are hard-pressed enough as it is ' tackling law and order problems and looking after VIPs ' will now have their work cut out as they fight another kind of battle. The battle of the bulge. ...  | Read.. 
NGO push for sanctuary status
Early Birds, a local wildlife NGO, has decided to urge the Assam government to declare the Rani and Garbhanga reserve fo ...  | Read.. 
Artistes want NEC to run film studio
Artistes from various parts of the Northeast have demanded that the North Eastern Council (NEC) run the Jyoti Chitraban ...  | Read.. 
Satra scholars to teach ancient puthi-writing
You may have seen them in the museum or in some neglected corner of a library. But now you can be a part of them. Artist ...  | Read.. 
Thais aim for region’s sky
Bangkok Airlines is likely to land in Guwahati, soon. ...  | Read.. 
Psychologists motivate minds to nurture Nature
It’s all a matter of perception. So, even though it isn’t a familiar sight, psychologists will be seen in the role ...  | Read.. 
Settlers evicted along Bahini
The metropolitan administration scored a major victory today by removing encroachments along the Bahini river, which has ...  | Read.. 
Recce plea for relic hunt
The state archaeology department will move Gauhati High Court seeking permission to launch exploration at the site where ...  | Read.. 
Residents suspend agitation
The residents of south Guwahati suspended their agitation after the public works department (PWD) took up repairing of t ...  | Read.. 
A scene from Fota Jalor Mach, presented by artistes of Asom Natya Sanmilon, Puranigudum, at the District Library auditorium on Wednesday duri ...  | Read
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