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Only land owners to go home

The Bodoland Territorial Council today instructed circle officers to collect data about land patta holders within September 4 for placing at the September 6 meeting between it and the group of ministers....   | Read..
 

Road map towards peace on the cards

A rattled Dispur is contemplating to not only lodge cases against those calling strikes but also seek damages from those...   | Read..
 

Centre asks states to deploy more Muslim cops

In the wake of the Assam riots, the Centre has asked all state governments to deploy more Muslim policemen in minority-c...   | Read..
 

Mukul: Cong may go it alone in polls

The Congress in Meghalaya, in spite of infighting within its rank and file, is hoping the people of the state will give ...   | Read..
 
 

Dhoom brigade for motorcycle diaries

Transport department plans training for young riders to spread safety code

They have been setting the roads on fire with their mean machines. But for 50 bike racers in the prime of their youth, a new...   | Read.. ;
 
MP Rani Narah interacts with inmates of a relief camp in Assam’s Chirang district on Thursday. Picture by UB Photos
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Absu submits demands
The All Bodo Students Union (Absu) today submitted a 13-point memorandum to the Centre, demandi...  | Read.. 
Manipur finds 43 ‘foreigners’
Manipur chief minister Okram Ibobi Singh government today launched a drive to detect foreign na...  | Read.. 
 

Riots shift focus to border fence

Presumably awakened by the continuing violence in Assam, the Union hom...   | Read..

NGO calls for Naga sovereignty

The Naga International Support Centre, Amsterdam, said 15 years of sil...   | Read..

Literary treasure trove

Nalinidhar Bhattacharyyar Srestha Sahitya Samalosana ...   | Read..

Action sought in land scam

The National Commission for Scheduled Tribes has sought action against...   | Read..

Strike halts life in Manipur

Life was crippled in Manipur today thanks to an 18-hour strike called ...   | Read..

Meet to boost fish production

Water, water everywhere, but a whopping Rs 100-crore is being spent an...   | Read..

Call to improve jawans’ lot

Nagaland governor Nikhil Kumar has stressed the need to strengthen the...   | Read..

JMCH sets up doc team for Das

The Jorhat Medical College and Hospital has constituted a four-member ...   | Read..
 
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Cops rescue union leader

Police today rescued the general secretary of Tura Government College ...   | Read..

Stress on synergy to check influx

A synergy between traditional institutions and government agencies wil...   | Read..

NCP plea to Speaker on defections

The central leadership of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has ask...   | Read..

Gandhian haven for women

The sound of the looms would catch one’s attention as soon as he...   | Read..

GU for early meet to check ragging

Gauhati University will hold its freshers’ meet two months in ad...   | Read..

GUTA to rally for peace

Teachers of Gauhati University have come out of their classrooms to in...   | Read..

Probe boost in virtual & real world

Solving cases related to misuse of social networking site Facebook wou...   | Read..

Land mafia whiff in murder

Police probing the death of Puja Saikia — a widow whose body was...   | Read..
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Footballers, fencers feted
The United Progressive Adults Association (UPAA) feted their champion ...  | Read.. 
Lajong drub Sikkim 3-0
The match between Shillong Lajong FC and United Sikkim FC to book a pl ...  | Read.. 
Arlen cleared as home player
Assam’s preparation for the Ranji Trophy campaign got a shot in the a ...  | Read.. 
Visit cancelled
Union minister of youth affairs & sports Ajay Maken’s proposed vis ...  | Read..