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Saturday , December 29 , 2012
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ATTSA dubs arson ‘public movement’

“Should even one labourer be arrested in the Konapathar murder case, there would be agitations across the state.” The Telegraph spoke to Prahlad Goala, the ATTSA president on Friday, on his organisation’s stand on the violence at Konapathar tea estate on December 26....   | Read..

No arrests yet, plea to reopen tea estate

Fear of the law and order situation getting worse has kept the police from making any arrest in the brutal murder of Kon...   | Read..

Rise in CBI anti-graft wing conviction rate

The conviction rate of the CBI’s anti-corruption bureau in Guwahati has gone up by 5 per cent this year, with the accuse...   | Read..

Aizawl loses lone flight

This is one New Year gift that the residents of Mizoram would have loved to do without. ...   | Read..

Time to learn from BTAD

Kokrajhar was a flashpoint, not the end of ethnic strife

There is a trust deficit between Assam’s ethnic communities and Dispur. Add to that the new religious divide in the state,...   | Read.. ;
Actress Meghranjani Medhi lights the inaugural lamp of the 8th International Trade Fair organised by Kaziranga Multipurpose Women Society at the Manir ...  | Read
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Bhutan concern over rise in border crime
The Bhutan government has expressed concern over the rise in crime along its border with India ...  | Read.. 
Reangs pour into Tripura
Around 46 Reang families from Assam have poured into the Mitrajaypara area, 3km from Kanchanpur...  | Read.. 

1 molester held, hunt on for other

One of the two accused in the alleged molestation of a 25-year-old wom...   | Read..

Cong candidate list likely next week

The AICC-mandated screening committee is likely to finalise Congress c...   | Read..

Foul-play cry over SSA jobs

The Udalguri district committee of the All Bodo Students Union (Absu) ...   | Read..

Half ton for hostel in Kokrajhar

The two-day golden jubilee celebrations of the Kokrajhar Government Co...   | Read..

Malegarh awaits preservation

Dispur has said Malegarh, a village in Karimganj district along the In...   | Read..

Panel to examine social status

The Manipur government will institute a committee to examine so...   | Read..

Cops to police rallies alone

Manipur home minister Gaikhangam today instructed superintendents of p...   | Read..

Teachers seek changes in act

The Assam High School Teachers’ Association has demanded further amend...   | Read..

Heavy rush in court for ‘loyalty’ affidavits

Lawyers and stamp vendors may be having a field day owing to the heavy...   | Read..

Traffic routes for Jorhat

Jorhat traffic police have chalked out alternate routes for heavy vehi...   | Read..

Mart to gauge tourism potential

Sarusajai sports complex here, the venue of the recent flag-down cerem...   | Read..

Students oppose polls at Dimoria

The Amri Karbi Students’ Union (AKSU) today opposed the holding ...   | Read..

Drink-driving check nets 30

Denizens out to party on New Year’s eve should take care not to ...   | Read..

NGO seeks death penalty for rapists

The Bharat Suraksha Dal, an NGO, echoed the demand made by several loc...   | Read..
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Anchit storms into final
Unseeded Anchit Talukdar kept his dream run going as he toppled ...  | Read.. 
Must-win situation
Assam will lock horns with hosts Goa in their last four-day Ranji Trophy ...  | Read.. 
Bengal in command
A swashbuckling ton by A.S. Saha put hosts Bengal in the driver’s seat against ...  | Read.. 
Barpeta, Guwahati
Guwahati, Barpeta, NF Railway and Assam Police secured ...  | Read..