The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Security shift in strife belt
A gradual shift in violence to the hitherto untroubled western fringes of Karbi Anglong has prompted Dispur to start relocating the bulk of the security forces at its disposal in the troubled district, wracked by rioting and arson since late Septe...  | Read.. 
States invite IT investment
As Infocom 2005 drew to a close, representatives of the IT industry from the northeastern states gathered in the city to...  | Read.. 
Assamese drama loses titan
A debilitating ailment today brought the curtain down on the life of one of Assamese drama’s most successful practi...  | Read.. 
Kids salvage dull book fair
The children’s literature section is attracting a good number of youngsters at the ongoing Seventh Northeast Book F...  | Read.. 
Japan hunts for Darjeeling secret
Tocklai helps Kyoto University to decipher molecular basis of tea aroma

The aroma of Darjeeling tea has been wafting around the world ever since civil engineer Dr Campbell planted tea seeds in his ...  | Read.. 
A Karbi woman and her child at a relief camp in Diphu. The turf war between Karbis and Dimasas has displaced thousands in Karbi Anglong district (AFP)
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Cantonment Buzz
You can take an officer out of the army, but you can't take the army out of an officer. Lt Col Mohit...  | Read.. 
Now, PCOs on wheels
After the one-rupee pay phone, it is the turn of mobile PCOs to make t...  | Read.. 
Maid loots house after drugging employers
A domestic help escaped with cash and valuables after drugging her emp...  | Read.. 
Dispur weighs rainwater option
Dispur is exploring new sources of water in the face of rising publ...  | Read.. 
Guwahati Diary More.. 
Four robbers arrested
Law course
Car burnt
Career talk