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Dispur dodges truce demand
The Ulfa-constituted People's Consultative Group and the Opposition's call for a ceasefire in Assam today evoked a tactful response from Dispur, which put the ball back in the militant group's court and said a truce was possible only after it 'dire...  | Read.. 
 
Secret killings hound Mahanta
The spectre of “secret killings” in Assam during the AGP’s last term in office has returned to haunt form...  | Read.. 
 
Arson rerun in Manipur
Imphal East district of Manipur continued to burn over the killing of a grocery shop owner by police in an alleged fake ...  | Read.. 
 
Power to districts in Gogoi plan
Poll-bound Dispur today earmarked Rs 200 crore as part of its state plan-funded decentralisation initiative that would s...  | Read.. 
 
 
Warts show up in first cinema survey
Condition of halls in Assam, not militant ban on Hindi cinema, responsible for decline

The truth is out. It is not a militant ban on Hindi cinema but the poor condition of halls in Assam that is prompting people ...  | Read.. 
 
Two youngsters walk the ramp during a fashion show at the ITA Centre for Performing Arts on Sunday night. Picture by Eastern Projections
Hello, it's Tuesday, February 07, 2006
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 You share your birthday with...
Ashton KutcherYour strength lies in your ability to forget and forgive. You know the impor ...Read.. 
Northeast Echoes
Fragile peace in Assam ...  | Read.. 
 
Mayor case delayed
The hearing of the mayor’s election case has been delayed because the...  | Read.. 
Protest over GU exam postponement
Gauhati University’s decision to postpone all scheduled examinati...  | Read.. 
Survey to identify street kids
The National Social Service branches of Guwahati-based colleges have d...  | Read.. 
Special grant for drain plan
Chief minister Tarun Gogoi today announced a special grant of Rs 121 c...  | Read.. 
 
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