The Telegraph
Monday , November 21 , 2011
Since 1st March, 1999
Centre raps Assam on scholarship
The Assam government has failed to utilise central funds meant for granting scholarships to minority students, prompting Delhi to ask Dispur to either come up with a transparent procedure or drop the scheme altogether....  | Read.. 
Paresh forms new panel
The Ulfa group led by its “commander-in-chief” Paresh Barua today announced that its new central committee would compris...  | Read.. 
Rebels release loco driver
The locomotive driver of the Northeast Frontier Railway who was kidnapped by a Reang militant outfit on October 20 was r...  | Read.. 
Job-scheme training for rural councils
The Meghalaya government is planning to launch a training programme on the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (N...  | Read.. 
India, Bhutan suggest a seamless Manas
Officials of both countries decide on national park without borders to make it more tourist-friendly

Tourists to the Manas National Park would soon be able to move freely into its Bhutan-based portion, thanks to a joint initi ...  | Read.. 
Gun salute: Nagaland IRB personnel give a gun salute during the funeral of Mhasivikho Kirha, a jawan of the 10th NAP (IRB)’s F Company, at Chumukedima ...  | Read
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Bordoloi Trophy
Book fair
Flight Timings
Hope floats for HC judge from Meghalaya
After nearly six years, a person from Meghalaya could be a high court judge. ...  | Read.. 
Govt fails to stem timber smuggling in Ri Bhoi
The rampant felling continues unabated whether it is for charcoal or for the wood-based industr...  | Read.. 
Merger, poll on UDP agenda
The United Democratic Party (UDP), the main regional party, will hold ...  | Read.. 
Mystery shrouds death
The recovery of the body of 32-year-old Asterwell Kharbuli from a fish...  | Read.. 
Drug, cattle seized
A joint team of the BSF and customs officials yesterday detecte...  | Read.. 
Shock over police move
A women’s organisation today expressed shock over the reinstatement of...  | Read.. 
Training on NREGS in Meghalaya
The Meghalaya government is planning to launch a training programme on...  | Read.. 
Merger, poll on UDP agenda
The United Democratic Party (UDP), the main regional party, will hold ...  | Read.. 
Hospital performs highest cataract surgeries
Jorhat Lions Eye Hospital, a charitable hospital run by Lions Club, ha...  | Read.. 
Dhubri flouts child labour ban
Employers in Dhubri district are blatantly flouting the ban on employi...  | Read.. 
Tourism treat for tea experts
The Assam government is gearing up to showcase the state as a tourism ...  | Read.. 
Nagaland chilli eyes Guinness record
Nagaland has set its sights on a record for the longest chilli plant, ...  | Read.. 
Tripura students clash before college polls
Incidents of student unrest have come to the fore even before election...  | Read.. 
Love for Bhupen, packed in a CD
A poem, which had left a deep impression on the people of the state af...  | Read.. 
Vendors link eviction to bribery
A day after the Kamrup (metro) administration carried out an eviction ...  | Read.. 
Lessons for poor kids
Samida, 11, is very happy today as her knowledge of English will no lo...  | Read.. 
Neramac opens more outlets
The North Eastern Regional Agricultural Marketing Corporation Limited ...  | Read.. 
Battling scourge of epilepsy
Five in every thousand people in the city are estimated to suffer from...  | Read.. 
Memories of innings past
Ranji cricketer Parag Das rues the fact that had he set greater goals for h...  | Read.. 
District BriefsMore.. 
Tribute to Bhupen
Bomb found
Northeast SportMore.. 
Big win for Don Bosco
BUD CRICKET ...  | Read.. 
South Point emerge champions
U-14 SCHOOL CRICKET ...  | Read.. 
Green Valley in last 8
BUD CRICKET ...  | Read.. 
3-0 win for Youth Club
Manipur hockey ...  | Read.. 
Top coaches
The AIFF has announced the names of 27 coaches for the AFC ‘C’ certifi ...  | Read..