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Major's wife in ransack drama
Taking orders from an officer's wife, army jawans yesterday ransacked a weaving centre in the central Assam town of Tezpur and assaulted the owner's daughter and an employee, all for a salwar-kameez. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sadist slur on Manipur police
A fresh burst of anger coursed through perennially surcharged Manipur after the woman whose arrest had led to a general ...  | Read.. 
 
Subcontinent’s longest cave found in Meghalaya
An international team of experts has discovered the longest cave system of the subcontinent in Meghalaya’s Jaintia Hill...  | Read.. 
 
Change in NOC rules
The Guwahati Municipal Corporation has decided to amend the rules regarding the setting up of factories and other manufa...  | Read.. 
 
 
Dispur plans to make IT happen
Assam govt ties up with Genpact, NIIT to produce BPO employees

It is time for a real-IT-y check and Dispur is not going to get swayed by hype. ...  | Read.. 
 
One of the injured kites being taken for medical treatment after it was hit by the Satabdi Express on Friday. Five kites were killed and eight injured ...  | Read
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Cantonment Buzz
It was an evening to remember. Troops of Gajraj Corps recently organised the mega cultural show, Kaz...  | Read.. 
 
Drive to stop Dendrite abuse
The World Vision of India under its Guwahati Street Children Project (...  | Read.. 
Thai parlour to heal mind & body with massage
A cosmetic products company of Thailand has decided to tie up with loc...  | Read.. 
Brainstorming on development
Frustrated with the government’s lackadaisical attitude towards i...  | Read.. 
 
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