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Truce signal from ambush suspect
The renegade Dimasa faction suspected to be behind the North Cachar Hills ambush that claimed 11 lives last month and stalled the Silchar-Lumding rail gauge-conversion project is ready to lay down the smoking gun and smoke the peace pipe....  | Read.. 
 
Bypoll defeat triggers Cong blame game
The Congress’s defeat in the Jamunamukh Assembly byelection, billed as a prestige fight for chief minister Tarun Gogoi, ...  | Read.. 
 
Arson alert in Manipur offices
A jittery Manipur government asked officials to take turns in protecting their offices from arsonists at night after Mei...  | Read.. 
 
Rally to protest ‘communal’ explosions
The Hindi-speaking population of the state today took out a protest rally to highlight how they have been made sc...  | Read.. 
 
 
Social statement laced with fashion
Meghalaya MLA will walk the ramp to promote indigenous handloom & handicrafts

As a politician, Lambor Malingniang has always promised to walk that extra mile for the cause of his people. Even if that mi ...  | Read.. 
 
Dressed in traditional finery, students of Handique Girls’ College participate in a bridal wear competition in Guwahati on Thursday. Picture by Easte ...  | Read
Hello, it's Friday, November 10, 2006
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Plan panel to focus on connectivity
The Northeast will be given “special attention” in the 11th Five Year Plan, deputy chairman of ...  | Read.. 
 
Centre bans three more rebel outfits
The Centre today brought under its scanner three other outfits who alleged...  | Read.. 
Official killed
The assistant commissioner of taxation, Assam, and his companion were kill...  | Read.. 
Family ties, knotted by placid sub-plots
...  | Read.. 
Spotlight on out-of-the-box strokes
The sight of trousers hanging inside a gallery would surprise anyone. But i...  | Read.. 
Cousins play varied tunes
The Colonial Cousins’ show catered to diverse tastes, making it an evening ...  | Read.. 
Shortage of funds hinders forest patrols
Wildlife patrols in Assam’s protected areas have been facing major con...  | Read.. 
Arrest for cattle theft
Police busted an inter-district cattle smuggling racket yesterday, fol...  | Read.. 
Tips for small tea growers
With small tea growers emerging as big players in the burgeoning tea i...  | Read.. 
Two NLFT militants die in encounter
Security forces engaged in counter-insurgency operations in Tripura ha...  | Read.. 
‘Doctored’ bills bleed ASEB
A nexus between a section of consumers and employees of the Assam Stat...  | Read.. 
Poetry is regaining popular appeal
It is good that English poetry is enjoying a revival at last...  | Read.. 
Office overstays welcome in hostel
Trust officialdom not to bat an eyelid even at such a galling aberrati...  | Read.. 
Twin villages bar politicians
Two neglected villages in this south Assam district have put up “no-en...  | Read.. 
 
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Man stabs wife
Swindler held
Ulfa linkman
Health camp
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Games venues far from ready
Dispur may be claiming that it is ready to host the 33rd National Game ...  | Read.. 
South Barak emerge champs
South Barak Veteran Football Team defeated Lamleng ...  | Read.. 
Imphal West lift trophy
The Imphal West District Football Association won the fourth ...  | Read.. 
Call for medicine centre
One of the country’s leading sports medicine experts, Ashok Ahuja, has ...  | Read.. 
Tazinder Singh opens ton account
Tazinder Singh today became the first Assam batsman ...  | Read.. 
School cricket
Delhi Public School will meet Don Bosco School in the final of the 1st ...  | Read..