The Telegraph
Saturday , May 17 , 2014
CIMA Gallary


The BJP today made huge inroads in Assam and regained one of the two seats in neighbouring Arunachal Pradesh. But elsewhere in the Northeast, it was the Congress, the regional parties and the Left, which held on to their turf....   | Read..

Mandate against ‘victimisation’

Never have the concerns of the Bodoland Territorial Areas District (BTAD) been as grave and grievous as they have in the...   | Read..

Cong retains Arunachal

The Congress got two-third majority in Arunachal Pradesh Assembly election by winning 40 out of 60 seats....   | Read..

Woman MLA after 27 years

A 35-year-old spinster today broke the 27-year-old jinx in Mizoram by becoming the first woman MLA in the male-dominated sta...   | Read..

‘Grandma’ betters tally

The “grandma” had the last laugh today in Gauhati Lok Sabha constituency defeating the “grandson” by over 3 lakh votes....   | Read..
BJP supporters get ready to burst crackers as they celebrate the party’s win in the Lok Sabha elections outside the state party headquarters in ...  | Read
Twin upsets in Barak valley
The BJP’s nationwide wave received a jolt in the Barak valley, where its sitting MP Kabindra Pu...  | Read.. 
AGP in free fall since 2001
The almost deserted AGP headquarters here around 10.30am gave an indication of what the day had...  | Read.. 

AIUDF retains one, snatches two more

The AIUDF picked up three seats — Dhubri, Barpeta and Karimganj — in A...   | Read..

Surprise and shock at loss in tea towns

The defeat of the Congress in two of its citadels in Upper Assam — Jorhat ...   | Read..

Region factor

Regional parties in the Northeast may have taken a battering this elec...   | Read..