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Saturday , September 17 , 2011
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Drunk guards open fire, one dead
Three homeguards allegedly in an inebriated condition opened fire on a group of villagers at an ONGC installation at Merapani along the Assam-Nagaland border in Golaghat district late last night, killing one person and injuring another. ...  | Read.. 
PM reviews Northeast security
The situation in the Northeast has seen a “gradual yet substantial” improvement, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said toda...  | Read.. 
Technology route to expedite recruitment
State public service commissions of the region were today urged to adopt modern technology to expedite recruitment proce...  | Read.. 
NGOs for bill amendment
Social organisations in Meghalaya today sought the intervention of chief minister Mukul Sangma on the Centre’s Land Acqu...  | Read.. 
Colourful triumph of human spirit
Artist Pulok Gogoi depicts sheer joy of living

Through the bylanes of subversion open the roads to freedom. ...  | Read.. 
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and intelligence bureau chief Nehchal Sandhu in New Delhi on Friday. (PTI)
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Flight Timings
Oriental treat at trade fair venue
Students of a Thailand university will perform traditional and classical dance forms here for 10 da...  | Read.. 
School plans to shun exam tradition
Assam Valley School, a prominent residential school in the country, wishes to liberate the educ...  | Read.. 
BTC leaders concerned
The Kokrajhar district administration and the Bodoland Territorial Cou...  | Read.. 
Rural health plan lessons for legislators
The maxim — it’s never too late to learn — aptly applies to Meghalaya ...  | Read.. 
Final call on Monday
The disciplinary action committee of the Meghalaya PCC will meet tomor...  | Read.. 
BTC appeal to ease norms
The Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) will ask the Assam government f...  | Read.. 
Assam pastors visit Nagaland
A group of Baptist preachers from Assam has ended its pilgrimage to Mo...  | Read.. 
Mishap forces NH37 closure
Road communication between Upper and lower Assam remained suspended si...  | Read.. 
Film on Majuli makes it to Houston festival
A film on Majuli made by a California-based NRI from Jorhat is set for...  | Read.. 
Tea industry frowns on job lure
The tea industry, hit hard by rising absenteeism among workers availin...  | Read.. 
Women worst hit in strife, says report
Women bear the maximum brunt of conflict, being forced to endure broke...  | Read.. 
Life term for wife murder
A man who had hacked his wife to death over adultery was sentenced to ...  | Read.. 
Hearing on rhino horn yet to be held
The Assam forest department has still not been able to hold the public...  | Read.. 
CCTVs to capture langur breeding
Away from the maddening crowd and in an ambience resembling their orig...  | Read.. 
Image revamp for DC’s office
A permanent resident’s certificate within seven days, ration card...  | Read.. 
Funds elude graveyard
The Athgaon graveyard committee has given its hopes of getting help fr...  | Read.. 
Troupe takes drama route to understand witch-hunting
Nearly 62 years after American playwright Arthur Miller probed the absurdi...  | Read.. 
Honour for rickshaw banker
Pradip Kumar Sarmah, the founder of rickshaw bank in the city, was tod...  | Read.. 
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7 cadres surrender
KMSS protest
Man missing
Fatal fall
Man released
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Talent hunt
Troops of the 19 Battalion of Madras Regiment of the Red Horns divisio ...  | Read.. 
Naorem Youth move to semis
Naorem Youth Volleyball Association (A) moved to the semi-final, defeating ...  | Read.. 
Kangpokpi claim title
Kangpokpi boxers lifted the champion’s title of the State ...  | Read..
Amlan Gosthi beat Moran 2-0
Hosts Amlan Gosthi defeated Moran Town Club 2-0 in the ...  | Read..