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Jab at Neepco in blame game
Seared by protests over the power crisis that has come along with summer, Dispur today passed the buck to the North Eastern Electric Power Corporation (Neepco) but held out hope for restoration of normality 'within a week'....  | Read.. 
 
Youth killing sparks arson
Manipur erupted yet again today after a militant outfit gunned down a 20-year-old youth on charges of peddling drugs in ...  | Read.. 
 
AGP & allies
The AGP-led group of seven today indicated a major strategy shift, including its original plan of readying a common mini...  | Read.. 
 
Renaming of Assam irks sabhas
More than two months after the Tarun Gogoi cabinet decided to “rename” the state, the tribal sahitya sabhas...  | Read.. 
 
 
Shillong gasps for Air Supply
Australian band to perform in Meghalaya capital this Sunday

If it's music, count on Shillong to be excited. ...  | Read.. 
 
She has played the screen bride umpteen times. But on Monday, Barsha Rani Bishoya looked every bit the coy bride as she dressed for juron, the ...  | Read
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 You share your birthday with...
Billy JoelIf you were less tough and easier to approach, opportunities might not slip by. ...Read.. 
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After cash and taps, relics stolen
Thieves broke open the main door of the forensic museum of the Gauhati...  | Read.. 
Flout copyright & face the music
City’s posh hotels, restaurants, bars and shopping centres are li...  | Read.. 
Meet pins hopes on Kamakhya rail station
Railway employees today called for development of Kamakhya as the seco...  | Read.. 
 
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Jawan commits suicide
Talent search
Cannes jury
Conference
Bhupen shifted
Malaria