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Ethnicity fuels rebel turf war
The big daddies of militancy in the Northeast are fighting a major turf war in Manipur, using ethnic rivalry as their main weapon....  | Read.. 
 
Heat on OIL for well blaze
Another calamity, another post-mortem and the usual suspects grappling for answers....  | Read.. 
 
Ulfa team on new mission
The Ulfa-constituted Peopleís Consultative Group has decided to send a seven-member team to Upper Assam on Tuesday ...  | Read.. 
 
Storm brews in tea cup
The tea industry is headed for a showdown with the apex labour union of Assamís Barak Valley over the rate of Puja ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Separated one Puja, united before another
Calcutta Samaritans return lost-and-found mother to family in Assam

There's still more than a fortnight to go for Durga Puja, but the Kundus of Khetri in Assam's Kamrup district will tell you ...  | Read.. 
 
Students at the Northeast Mega drawing and painting competition organised by the Kiran Memorial Art and Cultural Society in Guwahati on Sunday. Pictur ...  | Read
Hello, it's Monday, September 19, 2005
Fashion Week
Workshop
Book fair
Talk
 
 You share your birthday with...
Jeremy IronsYour keen mind helps you cut through red tape and makes you a good diplomat. R ...Read.. 
New eco norms for builders
Dispur has decided to change the norms for granting permission for construction of buildings, p...  | Read.. 
 
Status quo for Garbhanga road project
It is official: the project undertaken to widen the Garbhanga Road int...  | Read.. 
Blood camp to say thanks
Around the time the city was soaking in Vishwakarma Puja festivities y...  | Read.. 
Computer courses to empower disabled
The Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Handicapped will assist physi...  | Read.. 
 
Guwahati Diary More.. 
Moderate quake hits city
Man arrested
Rescheduled
Free check-up
Agri meet
Essay contest