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Army act stays in Nagaland
Delhi has extended the term of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act in Nagaland by another year, much to the dismay of the Neiphiu Rio government and organisations seeking its removal on the ground that it is 'antithetical' to the ongoing peace pro...  | Read.. 
 
MP back as mediator
Rajya Sabha MP and veteran Naga leader Rishang Keishing has resumed his role as an emissary for negotiations between agi...  | Read.. 
 
Bodies of 2 cowherds recovered
Police today recovered the mutilated bodies of two Hindi-speaking persons from a remote area of Assamís Tinsukia di...  | Read.. 
 
Blueprint to streamline traffic
The Kamrup metropolitan administration and city police have together chalked out a blueprint to streamline the cityí...  | Read.. 
 
 
Naga choir out to win UK hearts
Contingent from Nagaland unfazed by terror strikes in London

Nagaland is taking the healing power of faith to terror-stricken Britain. ...  | Read.. 
 
A girl buys rakhi at the ongoing Rakhi Utsav at a city hotel on Friday. Picture by Eastern Projections
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 You share your birthday with...
Daniel RadcliffeYou have high ideals, you're unselfish and sacrificing. Perhaps you should develop your goals and ...Read.. 
Cantonment Buzz
For the army, it was a different ballgame altogether. The Red Horns Division conducted the Sonitpur ...  | Read.. 
 
GU asked to update all accounts
Dispur has asked the Gauhati University administration to update all i...  | Read.. 
Plans afoot to develop park
The Tarun Ram Phukan park will soon tread the path of renovation and s...  | Read.. 
GMDA bylaw draft upsets city realtors
Reacting to the Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA)...  | Read.. 
 
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