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Rise in reading, arithmetic skill

Rural secondary school students in the Northeast have better reading and arithmetic skills than the rest of the nation, an education survey has revealed, though the numerical knowledge in some states of the region is below the national average. ...   | Read..
 

Flying cars and bamboo bicycles

Necessity, so the saying goes, is the mother of invention. Well, one of the latest inventions to have gestated out of necessi...   | Read..
 

Evaluation goof-up cloud over exam

The credibility of an examination conducted to fill up some important posts in the Meghalaya directorate of information ...   | Read..
 

Blockade to hit three states

Three northeastern states will be cut off because of the night road blockade for three days starting tomorrow in the fou...   | Read..
 
 

Tree route to record books

100 volunteers plant 40885 trees in an hour at Khalasi

When Scottish poet Alexander Smith remarked, “A man doesn’t a plant a tree for himself. He plants it for posterity,” he coul...   | Read.. ;
 
Volunteers plant saplings during the record attempt at Khalasi in Kokrajhar district on Sunday. Telegraph picture
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Police reject rebel demand
Police today rejected the demand of Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) to stop operations a...  | Read.. 
NGOs fume over cell nomenclature
Meghalaya’s agitating social organisations have asked the state government to be “mature and de...  | Read.. 
 

Cong, Left in bypoll tussle

The upcoming byelection to the Nalchhar Assembly constituency on June ...   | Read..

Field school boost to farmers

The corporate sector has evinced interest in the Assam farming sector for t...   | Read..

Govt push to hospital births

Dispur plans to take sterner steps against those who prevent pregnant ...   | Read..

Appeal for more India role

Tint Swe, heading the National Coalition Government of Burma unit in I...   | Read..

Sabha joins anti-tobacco drive

Asam Sahitya Sabha, the premier literary organisation of the state has...   | Read..
 
Guwahati

BJP for young blood in party

The dismal performance of some BJP veterans in last year’s Assembly ...   | Read..

Clean-drain drive enters phase II

Guwahati Municipal Corporation and the water resources department have...   | Read..

Passport cell at police HQ

The newly opened Passport Seva Kendra at Christianbasti will soon have...   | Read..

Agri hub plans for NEDFi Haat

Buoyed by its successful foray into the handloom and handicrafts secto...   | Read..

Order of action against cop

The Assam Human Rights Commission has ordered the Assam director-gener...   | Read..

Twin ways for power funds

The Planning Commission-constituted working group on power for the 12t...   | Read..

Musical show with a difference

To just say awe-inspiring would be too mild a word. In fact, if you di...   | Read..

Cops get custody of rebels

Four militants belonging to the Meghalaya-based Garo National Liberati...   | Read..

Student scuffle spoils Bihu fun

Over seven Bihu troupes which arrived for a mukoli Bihu program...   | Read..

Alert over highway robber gangs

The CID has asked police in all districts of Assam to step up vigil ag...   | Read..

Himanta tweets ‘jobs’ for teachers

All candidates who cleared the first teacher eligibility test in Assam...   | Read..

Paresh ‘deadline’ to Arabinda

The Paresh Baruah faction of Ulfa today issued a “deadline”...   | Read..
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Khongman, Ideal emerge champions
Khongman Students Club clinched the champion’s title, defeating Lizard ...  | Read.. 
Sahidul, Sanjana win
Saidul Alam Ahmed of NF Railway and Sanjana Sarma of Sivasagar lifted the ...  | Read.. 
NFR crush Silchar
NF Railway today tallied three points by virtue of a first-innings lead ...  | Read..