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Since 1st March, 1999
Minority ranks split wide open
Cracks in the minority ranks widened today with the influential All Assam Minority Students' Association sternly asking 12 organisations, led by the Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind, to campaign for legal safeguards for the 'panic-stricken community' instead of ...  | Read.. 
Court hears blockade woes
The Supreme Court today issued notices to Delhi and the Manipur government, seeking an explanation for their failure to ...  | Read.. 
Gogoi alert on disaster mitigation
Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi today directed the deputy commissioners to be prepared with an “action plan” ...  | Read.. 
CID sounds warning on stolen cars
The criminal investigation department (CID) of Assam police has asked the district transport authority not to register u...  | Read.. 
Gaza jitters for Mizoram Jews
Families of those who migrated to Israel clueless about their fate

The reverberations of the Israeli evacuation of Jewish settlers from the Gaza Strip are being felt in the Northeast, too. ...  | Read.. 
Models walk the ramp in outfits created by designer Dipankar Kashyap during a show, Ek Sandhya, at ITA Cultural Complex on Sunday. Picture by UB Photo ...  | Read
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Northeast Echoes
In India, human rights as a slogan was popularised by groups like Amnesty International when they tr...  | Read.. 
Rights rap on cemetery
The Assam Human Rights Commission has pulled up a 123-year-old Christi...  | Read.. 
College gears up for golden jubilee bash
The Assam Engineering College, the premier institute for technical edu...  | Read.. 
Fashion school designs aspirants’ dreams
A leading fashion institute of the country has set up shop in the city...  | Read.. 
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New SP assumes charge
Train services
Road blocked