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Terror strikes NC Hills mills
Saw mills burned and workers faced bullets in Assam’s North Cachar Hills throughout last night with militants making the most of relaxed security in one part of the district after an incident-free first phase of elections to the autonomous council.<...  | Read.. 
 
Moily to take stock for Sonia
In what is being seen as a damage-control exercise, a worried and shaken Congress high command is rushing former Karnata...  | Read.. 
 
Cartel link in Ram case
Gauhati High Court today admitted a writ petition alleging that slain FCI executive director (Northeast) P.C. Ram had be...  | Read.. 
 
CBI files Ram case
The CBI has registered a case against Ulfa activist Gobinda Deka and others in connection with the death of P.C. Ram, th...  | Read.. 
 
 
Mizoram set to give lessons in harmony
Region’s ‘island of peace’ to build an institute on conflict management

The coincidence looks strange in hindsight. ...  | Read.. 
 
Juicy delight: A woman takes her pick of oranges in Goalpara on Wednesday. Picture by Eastern Projections
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Opposition demand
Several Opposition parties today demanded a probe by a sitting judge o...  | Read.. 
Anti-drugs cry in Manipur
User Manipur, a group of reformed drug users, is set to focus its atte...  | Read.. 
Legislator gets delay breather
The policemen are ready with the cuffs, the neighbours want to see him...  | Read.. 
Centre clears N-E project
The Union ministry of road transport and highways has finally approved...  | Read.. 
Khandu patches up with Nyishis
The Arunachal Pradesh government appears to have “patched up” its diff...  | Read.. 
Gunbattle shatters Tizit lull
The rattle of gunfire shattered the semblance of calm in Tizit this mo...  | Read.. 
After rebels, search for IEDs
After having captured the United National Liberation Front-dominated K...  | Read.. 
Crackdown on fake voters
The observers of the state election commission have asked returning of...  | Read.. 
Rhino translocation awaits security nod
The Assam forest department is waiting for the final security clearanc...  | Read.. 
Chinese whispers miff Tawang
The country’s biggest monastery, the Galden Namgyel Lhatse in Tawang, ...  | Read.. 
Call for funds plan
To enable the northeastern states to use funds allocated under the Jaw...  | Read.. 
Hospitals run sans doctors
Well-equipped operation theatres, X-Ray machines, pathology department...  | Read.. 
Hard-pressed printers draw the line
A printing press owner is not a likely find among casual workers at a ...  | Read.. 
 
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6 men, 5 women qualify
The Manipur Ranking Tennis meet began yesterday with six men and five women ...  | Read.. 
Probe into age fudge
The Manipur youth affairs and sports department has ordered a probe in ...  | Read.. 
Orissa lift first gold
Orissa men bagged a gold and silver in the 69kg category in the 44th M ...  | Read.. 
Vice-captain hat ‘fits’ Nishanta
Seasoned top order bat Nishanta Bordoloi has been recalled as vice-captain of the ...  | Read.. 
Kaushik slays another Goliath
Assam lad Kaushik Das, who caused one of yesterday’s biggest upsets, continued...  | Read..