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Children drown in Tinsukia

Three children drowned and one went missing in Assamís Tinsukia district and two girls were feared drowned in Sonitpur district today as several areas at Pandu in Guwahati were inundated by the Brahmaputra....   | Read..
 

Estate to discuss issue

The Jalpaiguri deputy labour commissioner has issued a letter to the management of Ramjhora tea estate asking them to pa...   | Read..
 

Polygraph test plea to solve case

Government Railway Police have filed a petition in the court of judicial magistrate to conduct a polygraph test on Chhat...   | Read..
 

Rebels held

Karbi Anglong police have arrested two NSCN (I-M) cadres from Dillai and recovered a 9mm pistol and some ammunition from...   | Read..
 
 

NIT Silchar to set up solar energy plant

100KW capacity plant will soon come up on the campus, biogas unit also on the cards

The National Institute of Technology, Silchar, will soon start work on producing clean solar energy to meet its energy needs...   | Read.. ;
 
Models walk the ramp during the closing ceremony of a buyer-seller meet in Imphal on Sunday. Picture by UB Photos
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IED blast rocks Imphal
Another bomb blast rocked Imphal today though the town is on high alert following the recent at...  | Read.. 
Northeast Echoes
It was shocking to learn that one of the oldest colleges of Assam has imposed a dress code for its girl students...  | Read.. 
 

Power supply to Garo hills restored

Power supply to the entire Garo hills in Meghalaya was restored this e...   | Read..

Soren word on UPA

JMM supremo Shibu Soren today cast aside possibilities of his party wi...   | Read..

Automobile sales dip by 18% in N-E

High interest rates on loans, rising fuel prices, coupled with an unstable ...   | Read..

Bangladesh ban hits hilsa trade

Fish lovers of the Northeast who relish their hilsa are paying ...   | Read..

Club appeal against bandhs

General strikes have become so common in Manipur that organisers of an...   | Read..

Break-up cloud on polls in Tripura

The withdrawal of support by Trinamul Congress from the UPA government...   | Read..

Stress on need to study weather

The Centre has submitted before the Intergovernmental Group on Tea on ...   | Read..
 
Guwahati

Traders frown on fish probe

A section of traders in the wholesale fish market at Paltan Bazar is p...   | Read..

Officials rule out dengue epidemic

The health officials of Kamrup (metro) district health service have di...   | Read..

Data onus on headmasters

Dispur will take legal action against headmasters of venture schools w...   | Read..

Rainwater harvest in 1000 schools

Dispur has entrusted the Assam public health engineering department wi...   | Read..

Brahmaputra inundates Pandu

Floodwaters submerged several areas in Pandu today and many had to lea...   | Read..

A day of poetry and fun at Cotton

Members of Nabin had a busy time in the past three days organising a p...   | Read..

Delhi pledge to develop mines

The ministry of mines has assured the northeastern states of all help ...   | Read..

Tuki mulls legal action

Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Nabam Tuki today said he would initia...   | Read..

WHAT’S NEW

Sony Xperia Ion, a high-end model tagged at Rs 35,999, hit the smartphone o...   | Read..

Twists and turns

Life has been a series of twists and turns for this hockey player-turned ho...   | Read..
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NISA upset Anouba
North Imphal Sporting Association upset Anouba Imagi Mangal 1-0 in the ...  | Read.. 
Nagaland cops in last eight
Nagaland Police marched into the quarter-finals of the 61st Bharat Ratna ...  | Read.. 
Armymen enter semi-finals
Hosts 119 Territorial Army entered the semi-finals of the 8th Chief Executive ...  | Read..