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Since 1st March, 1999
Assembly boils in Ulfa heat
Pandemonium in the Assembly reflected the Ulfa-triggered mayhem outside with AGP and BJP legislators walking out of the House twice today after lambasting the Tarun Gogoi government for allegedly making light of the violence since Saturday....  | Read.. 
More gas, powerlines blown up
Terror attacks continued in Assam for the fourth day today, with a killing in Karbi Anglong district and power and gas l...  | Read.. 
Curfew puts Shillong to sleep
Caught between a government curfew and another clamped by two women’s organisations, Shillong shut down completely ...  | Read.. 
Ibobi unhappy with highway condition
The Manipur government has expressed dissatisfaction with the Border Road Task Force’s tardy progress in revamping ...  | Read.. 
New protection net for tigers
Kerala conservation model recommended for Namdapha reserve

Convinced that guns, guards and fences are not enough to safeguard the endangered tiger, the Tiger Task Force has recommende ...  | Read.. 
Revenue minister Gautam Roy (left) and forest minister Pradyut Bordoloi play with Gimi, the bear adopted by the former under a new scheme, at the stat ...  | Read
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Teaching workshop
 You share your birthday with...
Antonio BanderasYou're a smooth talker, and your charm is devastating. You have a keen pow ...Read.. 
  Deluge of apathy
  Migrants’act repeal
  Power shortage
Plea for transparency
Students of the fire- ravaged B. Borooah College are on a warpath with...  | Read.. 
GMDA forms panel for park renovation
The Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has formed a 21...  | Read.. 
Students in cry to oust principal
The ongoing crisis at the Gauhati Commerce College deepened today as t...  | Read.. 
House lessons for students, legislators
With Assembly elections due next year, the people’s representativ...  | Read.. 
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Two held in fake note haul
Suicide case
Bomb scare