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Wednesday , July 16 , 2014

Students protest killings

The Kokrajhar district committee of the All BTC Minority Students’ Union (ABMSU) staged a two-hour sit-in today in protest against the kidnapping and killing of four persons at Labdanguri in Baksa district on Friday. ...   | Read..

Tuki bats for health, education

Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Nabam Tuki yesterday laid emphasis on giving priority to health and education sectors i...   | Read..

Crackdown on milk syndicates

The Dhubri district administration is planning to increase milk production by providing incentives to milkmen, curb the ...   | Read..

Mob lynches extortionists

Five extortionists were lynched at Jambal village under Rongjeng police station in Meghalaya’s East Garo Hills at 2pm to...   | Read..

Alliance Air service resumes

Alliance Air will resume operations to Umroi airport from Calcutta from August 1 while services would also be made avail...   | Read..
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System to track teachers’ data
The Meghalaya education department is working for the implementation of Teachers Information Ma...  | Read.. 
Molest slur on senior cop
A senior Meghalaya police official, Gilbirth Marak, was today sent to 14 days’ judicial custody...  | Read.. 

Uranium mining not likely to begin

The proposed uranium mining project in Meghalaya, which has been hangi...   | Read..

Rally to clear wetlands

More than 500 activists of Kamrup district unit of Sangrami Krishak Sr...   | Read..

Deficit budget in Manipur

Manipur chief minister Okram Ibobi Singh, who is also the finance mini...   | Read..

75% turnout in panchayat polls

The statewise three-tier panchayat elections to eight zilla parishads,...   | Read..

Zeliang holds out hope for Pangteang

Disgruntlement continues in the Naga People’s Front (NPF) because of n...   | Read..

Robbers loot train passengers

Nearly 60 passengers of the Agartala-Lumding passenger train were inju...   | Read..

Diphu’s Goetze celebrates with a buried Scotch

In 1994, Putul Bora had fervently hoped that he would celebrate Germany’s ...   | Read..

8 on NSCN hit list: Minister

At least eight members of autonomous district councils (ADCs) are on t...   | Read..

Jumbo tramples four in Udalguri

Four persons were trampled to death by a wild elephant at Coramore und...   | Read..

CPI-ML tea cell threatens protests

The Axom Sangrami Cha Sramik Sangha — the tea cell of the CPI (M-L) — has ...   | Read..

Tea gardens battle labour crunch

The Assam Tea Planters Association (ATPA) will take necessary steps to...   | Read..

Flooded for the umpteenth time

The Kamrup (metro) district administration today assured the residents...   | Read..

AGSU protests Dispur delay

Over 300 members of the All Guwahati Students’ Union (AGSU) toda...   | Read..

War of words over veggies

Dispur today asked the Kamrup (metro) district administration to lodge...   | Read..

Council goes on strike

The employees of the North Cachar Hills Autonomous Council will go on ...   | Read..

Finer plea to bin entry tax

Finer, the apex industry association of the Northeast, has asked the A...   | Read..
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