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Debate over good teacher

Dispur has locked horns with college teachers over the definition of a perfect teacher. ...   | Read..
 

Bandh hits tea gardens

Production almost came to a halt in five major tea growing districts of the Brahmaputra Valley following the non-supply ...   | Read..
 

NGO bats for trafficked girl

A local NGO has sought help from the Centre to bring back a trafficked 14-year-old Assam girl from Kuwait....   | Read..
 

Womanís body recovered

The body of an unidentified woman, dumped under the floor of the Rotary Club office here, was recovered by Meghalaya po...   | Read..
 
 

Alight for half a millennium

Lamp fuels record claim

The year was 1528. Madhavdeb, the key disciple of saint-reformer Srimanta Sankardev, stooped to light a lamp in a naamghar a...   | Read.. ;
 
Police personnel enjoy a respite from the heat as they scramble for cover during a downpour in Nagaon on Friday. Picture by UB Photos
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Marak seeks Cong ticket
Independent legislator Ismail Marak will seek a Congress ticket to contest the coming Assembly ...  | Read.. 
Leopard cub rescued in Titabar
A leopard cub was rescued from Kharkhowa in Titabar subdivision of the district today and hande...  | Read.. 
 

India seeks river dredging

An Indian delegation has renewed the demand of dredging of some Bangla...   | Read..

UN body urges army act repeal

UN Human Rights Council Working Group adopted its report on Indiaís hu...   | Read..

Call to save regionís turtles

Herpetologists of the Northeast have called for more synchronised and ...   | Read..

Trinamul mulls offices in Meghalaya

West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee-led All India Trinamul Cong...   | Read..

Ranvir Sena chief shot dead in Ara

Brahmeshwar Singh, the chief of Biharís outlawed private militia of landlo...   | Read..

Dhaka prodded on haats

Meghalaya has impressed upon Bangladesh to open up more border haat...   | Read..

Agartala collects record taxes

The taxes and excise department of the state government has achieved a...   | Read..

MLA assault probe begins

Additional chief secretary P.K. Chowdhary began his two-day visit to i...   | Read..

Experts mull solutions at roads meet

Important policies and technical issues on development of roads and br...   | Read..

5 poachers held at tea estate & Pobitora

Three poachers were arrested by Pobitora forest authorities and police...   | Read..
 
Guwahati

Solar light for Garbhanga

Once upon a time not too long ago, Garbhanga was one of the thousands ...   | Read..

First VC of Cotton varsity takes charge

Dhrubajyoti Saikia today took charge as the first vice-chancellor of C...   | Read..

Children to dolphins’ rescue

The endangered Gangetic river dolphins here have found a new set of me...   | Read..

Help to watch Venus transit

Miss this date and one will have to wait for another 105 years, to exp...   | Read..

Guitar’s tryst with Bhupen song

Take your guitar, rush to the Sarusajai stadium on Sunday, play Bhupen...   | Read..

Cheque hurdle for power bill

City residents who went to pay their electricity bill today through SB...   | Read..
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Relief for Lajong
Shillong Lajong FC captain and one of the most valuable players during the ...  | Read.. 
Ramya, Talom win
Arunachal Pradesh boy Mingki Talom and Tamil Nadu girl Ramya ...  | Read..