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Wednesday , December 19 , 2012
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Rabha students protest rural poll notice

Two panchayat offices, at Dhanubhanga and Kalyanpur, were set on fire by unidentified persons and the All Rabha Students’ Union (Arsu) burnt effigies of chief minister Tarun Gogoi and others in Goalpara district today....   | Read..

Congress bid to woo women voters

The Congress is going all out to woo women voters into its fold in matrilineal Meghalaya in its bid to make a comeback n...   | Read..

Garo hills firms dupe investors

Agents of two companies, which were operating in Garo Hills region, have lodged police complaints alleging that the comp...   | Read..

Plea to call off bandh

Church leaders, NGOs and citizens have appealed to the ANVC (B), the breakaway faction of the A’chik National Volunteers...   | Read..

Rehab demand with 1971 rider

The Bodo National Conference (BNC) has made it clear that the rehabilitation of the people displaced in the violence in ...   | Read..
The panchayat office at Kalyanpur in Goalpara that was burnt down on Monday night. Picture by UB Photos
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Mizo govt bid to revive Hmar talks
The Mizoram government is trying to resume peace talks with the Hmar People’s Convention (Democ...  | Read.. 
CRPF boss lauds Tripura role
The Union home ministry has recognised Tripura as a model state in combating insurgency. ...  | Read.. 

Tea industry wants use of natural gas

The Assam tea industry will ask the ONGC to request the Union petroleu...   | Read..

Governor throws pre-Christmas bash

The elaborately decorated Raj Bhavan in Kohima held its pre-Christmas ...   | Read..

Manipur to recruit 2000 cops

The Okram Ibobi Singh-government will revamp the state police force by...   | Read..

Schemes for self-employed

Upper Assam commissioner S.I. Hussain today asked the North East Small...   | Read..

Workers threaten hunger strike

Around 2,000 work-charged employees of different government department...   | Read..

Minorities in quota plea

Assam's minority leaders will be mounting pressure on the state C...   | Read..

MCI team to test emergency status

The Medical Council of India will visit Assam early next year to ascer...   | Read..

After school

Class II, Holy Child School ...   | Read..

Open up markets, neighbours told

A World Bank study has said closer economic co-operation with Banglade...   | Read..

Bars open, mishaps go up

City traffic police’s drive against drink driving has hardly mad...   | Read..

Medicine website from Saturday

The Assam Pharmaceutical Association will soon launch a website which ...   | Read..

Project delay to top Delhi meet agenda

The Centre has said major projects in the Northeast would require at l...   | Read..

Man jailed and fined for torturing wife

A local court here fined a man Rs 10,000 for subjecting his wife to cr...   | Read..

Rival held for trader murder

After 20-days of investigation, city police yesterday arrested two per...   | Read..

Project to improve school emergency healthcare

The Society for Promotion of School Health has launched the “thi...   | Read..
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CCCC-B, Ex-Team prevail
City Cricket Coaching Centre (CCCC-B) and Ex-Team XI Coaching Centre ...  | Read.. 
Das ton in Bud win
Assam under-25 top-order batsman Rishav Das scored an unbeaten ...  | Read.. 
Bopanna, Bhambri to feature in PSPB meet
Several leading Indian internationals will be seen in action in the 32 ...  | Read.. 
Ahmed, Malik axed from team
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Pratyus, Ronit in semi-final
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