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Monday , February 25 , 2013
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‘N-E is good for us’

One of the market leaders in the country’s FMCG sector, Emami has found the Northeast an excellent place to do business. With its products getting good response in the region, the company is looking at setting up its third plant here by 2014....   | Read..

KLO rebel spills stint in Myanmar

Mohan Roy alias Coach, the 30-year-old KLO militant who was arrested from Ghoshpukur near here yesterday, told interroga...   | Read..

... But will turnout prevent a hung House?

If history repeats itself on Thursday, Meghalaya is heading towards another hung Assembly, implying five more years of p...   | Read..

Turnout shows urban apathy...

The “urban apathy” of voters seemed to prevail in “abode of clouds”, judging by the turnout in yesterday’s election....   | Read..

Council promotes agri, tea tourism

Infrastructure in place in & around Titabar

What could be a better way to witness the agrarian way of life first hand than to live right next to sprawling paddy fields,...   | Read.. ;
More than 500 musicians and vocalists from across the globe played 300 different folk instruments together in a bid to create a world record at Court Field in Jorhat on Sunday.
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74% voting in Algapur bypoll
Polling in the byelection for the Algapur Assembly constituency under Hailakandi district passe...  | Read.. 
Northeast Echoes
The problem with deadlines is that one has to write this article a day before the election. Voters of ...  | Read.. 

Nunisa homecoming in March

The DHD (Nunisa) faction which had signed a tripartite peace accord in...   | Read..

Cachar turns haven for agar smugglers

Cachar district has of late turned out to be the favourite conduit for ill...   | Read..

Three-day training on jhum cultivation

The Rain Forest Research Institute (RFRI) at Lahdoigarh here will star...   | Read..

Four youths killed in Baksa

Four youths were killed at Gerua Ashram village under Borbari police s...   | Read..

Caught cheating? Blame ‘tricky’ paper

A “tricky and tough” general science paper led to the expulsio...   | Read..

A cricket game for special kids

Cricket buffs glued to the television for every match may not have wit...   | Read..

Paresh Barua makes appeal

Ulfa leader Paresh Barua today said he has not created any faction in ...   | Read..

Five held for lynching teenager

Five employees of a hotel were arrested today on charges of lynching a...   | Read..

Czech artist to Basistha rescue

She has come all the way from Czech Republic to clean the Basistha riv...   | Read..

Gold’s Gym doubles joy

The city got its second Gold’s Gym today. ...   | Read..

Tea Board eyes boost in exports

Tea Board of India will provide all help and support to the only dry p...   | Read..

Footpaths cleared of concrete structures

The Kamrup (metro) district administration has launched a drive to cle...   | Read..
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Assam thrash hosts
Assam women today registered their second straight victory in ...  | Read.. 
Jorhat triumph
Jorhat tamed Karbi Anglong by 10 wickets in their campaign opener elite ...  | Read.. 
Lalkanhai lifts trophy
N. Lalkanhai Singh annexed the title of the 2nd Roshankanta Golf ...  | Read..