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Tuesday , May 8 , 2012
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Imphal students intensify agitation

Students in Manipur intensified their agitation demanding justice in Richard Loitam and Okram Laaba cases, two Manipur students who died in Bangalore and Chennai under mysterious circumstances....   | Read..

4 held in Dhubri for boat tragedy

Four persons were arrested in connection with the April 30 boat tragedy today, soon after the deadline for deposition in...   | Read..

Protest passes off peacefully

The one-day office picketing called by agitating social organisations in Meghalaya’s Khasi-Jaintia hills passed off peac...   | Read..

Are we use & throw, asks Youth Cong

The Meghalaya Youth Pradesh Congress today expressed anguish over being treated like mere “use-and-throw material” as, s...   | Read..

Cult magazine revived after 11 years

Assamese publication goes to print after disappearing from stands in 2001

A magazine that provided literary fodder to hungry Assamese readers for 26 years before dying an untimely death in 2001 was ...   | Read.. ;
Members of the American heavy metal band FireHouse perform in Imphal on Sunday evening. Picture by UB Photos
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Forum for bona fide residents
On the eve of the all-party meeting tomorrow, a conglomerate of social organisations today dema...  | Read.. 
Two-day fest in Shillong
The Mawprem fest, an inter-locality contest, will be held on May 12 and 13....  | Read.. 

Students call bandh on May 8

The All Tai Ahom Students’ Union (ATASU) has called a 36-hour general ...   | Read..

Minister on recce of saviour route

Manipur’s new works minister Kh Ratankumar Singh has decided to focus ...   | Read..

Convict still hopeful of pardon

Death row convict Mahendra Nath Das, lodged at Central Jail,Jorhat is ...   | Read..

GNLA calls off 300-hr bandh

The GNLA has suspended the 300-hour general strike in Garo hills consi...   | Read..

A union relents, two threaten more strikes

Stray incidents of burning bikes marked the first day of the twin stri...   | Read..

Hosts struggle on Day I

Hosts River Rine Cricket Coaching Centre found themselves...   | Read..

Varsity lifeline for golden langurs

Bodoland University is working on test-tube production of the endangered g...   | Read..

Double watch on drain projects

Civic authorities in the city today urged agencies engaged in de-silta...   | Read..

TET jobs with a rider

Assam education minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said candidates who have ...   | Read..

Host of singers offers ode to Tagore

Manoj and Manisha Murali Nair, a brother and sister duo hailing from K...   | Read..

12th Plan looks to script tea insurance

A Planning Commission panel has proposed an insurance scheme for the t...   | Read..

A-Z of dairy farming in a book, free

A businessman, who has achieved success in dairy farming, has now auth...   | Read..

Suspected NDFB militant arrested

A bullet-hit youth, who had entered the city for treatment, was arrest...   | Read..

Tobacco vendors abound near hospitals

Law prohibits sale of tobacco products inside and within the immediate...   | Read..

Dispur seeks photos of drain repair

Unhappy with the quality of ongoing repairs of city drains, the Kamrup...   | Read..
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Goswami elected president
Veteran organiser and businessman Rana Goswami today replaced health a ...  | Read.. 
Uripok drub Pakhangba
Uripok Cricket Club batsman flourished against the meek pace ...  | Read.. 
Oswal Royals win
Oswal Royals won the match by 11 runs, defeating Jain Jinendra Yuva ...  | Read.. 
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