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Saturday , August 4 , 2012
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Displaced caught in no-man’s land

Fearing permanent displacement given the insistent verification demand by Bodo groups apprehensive of illegal minorities getting rehabilitated in riot-hit BTAD districts, affected Muslims have been advised to lodge first information reports (FIRs) with complete personal and professional details, to...   | Read..

Call for BTC dissolution

A “people’s convention”, comprising five organisations, held in Jorhat today has demanded immediate dissolution of the B...   | Read..

Board closes juvenile case

The Juvenile Justice Board (JJB) today discharged Benjamin Momin in the case for which he had to spend 12 years in jail pend...   | Read..

NSCN-K cadres killed

Three insurgents of National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Khaplang) were gunned down today in the heart of Kohima town...   | Read..

Silk creations in Vogue

Jorhat fashion designers excel at Bangalore Fashion Week

Twins Ravina and Srijana Baruah, designers from Jorhat, first rode Marilyn Monroe to the Vogue honours list and then rubbed ...   | Read.. ;
Displaced people at a relief camp in Gossaigaon in Assam’s Kokrajhar district on Friday. Picture by UB Photos
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Hunt for last link in Pritam case
Chottu Sahani, a native of Makhatakia village near Naugachia railway station, is the “most want...  | Read.. 
Eye on 13 women as Assembly polls draw near
With the battlelines for the 2013 Assembly polls already being drawn, at least 13 women leaders...  | Read.. 

Tribal heads to move Centre

Tribal heads of the region will jointly approach the Union ministry of...   | Read..

CM plea to end ‘paid holidays’

Meghalaya chief minister Mukul Sangma today urged various groups in th...   | Read..

Solar energy powers Tripura villages

Solar power is fast becoming a part of life in Tripura with the govern...   | Read..

Rs 62cr scheme to stem floods

The state government’s water resources department and the PWD (nationa...   | Read..

Assam Rifles lists triumphs

Over the past month, Assam Rifles personnel have repeatedly thwarted a...   | Read..

Meet on biometric card plan

The directorate of census operations today organised a workshop for ci...   | Read..

Lizard hunt sets alarm bells ringing

Tokay gecko (gekko gecko), a harmless Asian lizard, suddenly fi...   | Read..

$2.5m from ADB for Assam erosion-hit

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will provide $2.5 million to t...   | Read..

CM inaugurates home for HIV kids

Though at first sight it never strikes you that these playful young ch...   | Read..

Protests erupt over Jism 2

They hid behind their dupattas, handkerchiefs, school bags and ...   | Read..

Fairs to boost trade scope

A series of theme-based fairs awaits Guwahatians this September....   | Read..

Students convey warning through street plays

The All Guwahati Students’ Union (AGSU) today organised street p...   | Read..

Ekla Chalo in seven languages

Rabindranath Targore’s song, Ekla Chalo Re, has been tran...   | Read..

Man held for drug and loot on train

Railway Protection Force (RPF) has arrested a 66-year-old man for alle...   | Read..
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Thangmeiband drub Indo Burma
Thangmeiband Athletic Union prevailed upon the Indo Burma ...  | Read.. 
SAI RC bring in three gold
SAI RC kicked their way to three gold medals in the 28th ...  | Read.. 
FCI derail railmen 3-1
Food Corporation of India (FCI) SC defeated NF Railway ...  | Read.. 
Contests for Abhiruchi Day
The 29th Abhiruchi Sports Day, celebrating the birthday of Arjuna awar ...  | Read.. 
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