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Saturday , November 29 , 2014

Two-pronged security overdrive

Assam has been placed under a thick security blanket for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's two-day visit from tomorrow but officials also attributed the heightened security to the conference of DGPs...   | Read..

Drill irks Manipur residents

Security measures have been tightened across Manipur ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit on Sunday, while the coordination committee (CorCom) of six militant...   | Read..

Tripura on high alert

Altogether 245 border outposts along Tripura's 856km international border with Bangladesh are on maximum alert to thwart any attempt at infiltration by terrorists or Indian...   | Read..

The crude oil phenomenon

More than a century since commercial oil production began, novel microbial populations inhabiting the reservoirs are still producing crude oil. To probe this remarkable...   | Read..

MCCL struggles for survival as project gets delayed

Once a debt-free, cash-rich company, the Mawmluh Cherra Cements Ltd (MCCL) has now become a pauper fighting for survival - a classic riches-to-rags narrative.   | Read..

Talks on plight of stray dogs

Who let the "stray" dogs out? This was one of the questions that witnessed a threadbare discussion on the last day of the winter session of the Assembly today.   | Read..

Olive branch to HNLC rebels

Meghalaya chief minister Mukul Sangma today said the state government was facilitating members of the proscribed Hyn?iewtrep National Liberation Council (HNLC) to come...   | Read..

Mukul to share dais with PM today

Meghalaya chief minister Mukul Sangma, a critic of Narendra Modi before he became the Prime Minister, will get the opportunity to share the dais with him for the first time...   | Read..

Court order to CBI on building records

Meghalaya High Court today directed the CBI to seize records from the office of the Meghalaya Urban Development Authority (MUDA) relating to the building permission granted...   | Read..

Rs 500 lakh spent daily on staff: CM

The Meghalaya government spent more than Rs 500 lakh daily on government servants in the previous financial year.   | Read..

Plea for better ties with China

A city-based social organisation today appealed to the Centre to strengthen the country's diplomatic ties with China so that a joint inspection committee could be...   | Read..

Counsel removed

Dispur today relieved Devojit Saikia from the post of additional advocate-general.   | Read..

HIV on the rise in Assam

Guwahati, Nov. 28: Unprotected sex is the cause of 89 per cent of the HIV positive cases in Assam, the Assam State AIDS Control Society said today.   | Read..

Dispur gives power subsidy

Guwahati, Nov. 28: The Assam government today announced special subsidies to different categories of consumers as a reprieve from the power tariff hike.   | Read..

Birds fall prey to poison in Maijan

Dibrugarh, Nov. 28: Several bird species, including pigeons and sparrows, have died at Maijan here after consuming poisonous substances in the past couple of days.   | Read..

NE to get air cargo service

Mumbai-based Sovika Aviation Services Pvt Ltd will start an air cargo service in the Northeast by February.   | Read..
Northeast Sports

ACA acts against 'outsiders'

The Assam Cricket Association (ACA) has initiated proceedings against District Sports Association, Karimganj, for allowing alleged outstation recruits to represent...   | Read..

Barekuri victorious

Prize Football   | Read..

India B trots into final

Manipur Polo   | Read..
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