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TET teachers for headmaster post

Dispur will promote recently-appointed TET-qualified teachers to the posts of headmasters in several schools in the state to motivate them....   | Read..
 

Subsidy alert for gardens

Tea Board of India has warned gardens that subsidy claims for orthodox tea would not be entertained if they do not confo...   | Read..
 

Turmoil hurdle in PCC changes

The turmoil in BTAD is holding back the delegation of responsibilities to the newly-appointed PCC office-bearers. ...   | Read..
 

Role of N-E youth in security

Liberalisation in India brought with it many foreign companies which did not know how to deal with the huge floating populati...   | Read..
 
 

Creche cradled in a college hopes to grow

Daycare centre plans to open preparatory section, give primary education to tiny tots

The first crèche-cum-daycare centre started by a college here is planning to open a preparatory section to give primary educ...   | Read.. ;
 
Pillars of an unfinished bridge over the Suklai river lie abandoned at Goreswar in Assam. Picture by UB Photos
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HNLC cadre surrenders
It was a phone call that changed his life, perhaps forever....  | Read.. 
Panel to trim traffic chaos
A division bench of the Shillong bench of Gauhati High Court has constituted a committee compri...  | Read.. 
 

Meghalaya legislator passes away

Chokpot legislator Masonsing M. Sangma died this morning in Tura, West...   | Read..

Assam plans riverine force

Assam is planning a double layer of defence in its riverine areas to t...   | Read..

Dispur lists power demands

The Centre has assured Assam that it would meet its demands in the pow...   | Read..

OIL to tap wind energy in region

Oil India Limited (OIL) will sponsor a project to conduct a feasibility st...   | Read..

Jorhat gets modern blood bank

The Jorhat Greater Lions Club has set up a state-of-the-art blood bank...   | Read..

Contractors’ blockade foiled

Police today foiled the proposed blockade of the state secretariat by ...   | Read..

Opposition to oil, gas drill

The Nagaland government’s approval to a draft proposal to allow petrol...   | Read..

December deadline for highway

Union minister of state in-charge of defence Pallam Raju has assured M...   | Read..

Dhubri town reels under curfew curbs

Curfew in the time of Vishwakarma Puja is a first in Dhubri in recent ...   | Read..

Tuki meets Ambika Soni

Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Nabam Tuki called on Union minister f...   | Read..

WWII bomb found

The recovery of a suspected World War II bomb, weighing around 90kg to...   | Read..

Majuli residents gherao officials

Residents of Bhogpur in Majuli today gheraoed and heckled officials of...   | Read..
 
Guwahati

Drains still missing covers

Even after six months, Sagarika Bora’s family is yet to receive ...   | Read..

Support for anti-FDI strike

Shops and businesses across the city will remain shut on Thursday in r...   | Read..

Medical students list demands

Undergraduate medical students of the Government Ayurvedic College tod...   | Read..

Licence breather till 2005

Gauhati High Court today issued an order allowing reopening of bars in...   | Read..

Young Turks set blood donation record

A life-saving record was made on Viswakarma Puja yesterday. ...   | Read..
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Seminar concludes
The concluding day of the three-day seminar here on Develo ...  | Read.. 
Stars shine on Bethlehem
FC Bethlehem, Mizoram entered the quarter-finals of 8th Chief ...  | Read.. 
Southern beat North Imphal 3-2
Southern Sporting Union thrashed North Imphal Sporting As ...  | Read..