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Tuesday , May 15 , 2012
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Card to ensure free treatment

Rupnath Brahma Civil Hospital, that is battling anomaly charges in implementation of maternity health schemes, today came up with a desperate quick fix in the form of a pharmacy card that would allow patients to pick up medicines not available at the hospital from a shop nearby, but without any cha...   | Read..

Bandh to protest murder peaceful

One of the two persons who shot Dhubri businessman Jhumarmal Jain yesterday is wanted by Kerala police in connection wit...   | Read..

AJYCP strike hits Majuli ferry services

The Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuba Chatra Parishad, a youth organisation, called a 12-hour Neemati strike today against non-moni...   | Read..

Seminar on eco-science in school

Assam Paribesh Vidya Bhawan, an institute of environmental studies, Guwahati, in association with Cinnamara College Jorh...   | Read..

Meanders through music

Documentary projects rhythm as panacea for peace

In the Northeast, music is the elixir that has carried many through a generation of strife. ...   | Read.. ;
An attendant holds up a pharmacy card as a mother lies near her baby at the Rupnath Brahma Civil Hospital in Kokrajhar on Monday. Telegraph picture
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Transporters slam new rule
An apex body of transporters’ organisations in Manipur slammed the Okram Ibobi Singh government...  | Read.. 
Tripura fears rebel rerun
The Tripura government is worried over the prospect of resurgence of militancy in the state in ...  | Read.. 

NSCN-K bags autonomy in 3 Myanmar areas

Myanmar has granted autonomy to the NSCN (Khaplang), a Naga rebel grou...   | Read..

Sleepless in Jorhat after jumbos return

Sleepless nights have come back to haunt the forest department staff a...   | Read..

Naga MLAs woo envoys

Nagaland’s legislators today asked visiting European ambassadors to ur...   | Read..

Army’s medical team saves children’s lives

A team of army doctors proved to be a saviour for a bunch of kids livi...   | Read..

UNC urges Nagas to boycott ministers

The United Naga Council (UNC) today asked all Naga organisation...   | Read..

Shillong resident takes up animal cause

Every time Kaustav Paul saw the municipal board employees rounding up ...   | Read..

31kg ganja seized from Rajdhani

Two persons — Magan Singh, 40, and Kishan Nath, 35 — were arrested alo...   | Read..

Gogoi hits back at Gadkari

Chief minister Tarun Gogoi today hit back at BJP president Nitin Gadka...   | Read..

Students on market recce

The All Guwahati Students’ Union (AGSU) today conducted a survey...   | Read..

NGO fights mental illness myths

Ashadeep, a city-based NGO, has collaborated with the Navajbhai Ratan ...   | Read..

GMC hammer on 4 buildings

After Dona Planet, it is the turn of four more buildings to face the w...   | Read..

CM vow to monitor murder probe

Chief minister Tarun Gogoi today assured the family members of Gadapan...   | Read..

Seafood treat from Konkan coast

Here is some good news for the fish lovers craving for gourmet delight...   | Read..
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Bright Future, LOG move ahead
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N-E chess meet from May 23
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