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Saturday , April 18 , 2015
 
Northeast
 

Funds promise to NE oil industry

The Centre will increase investment in the hydrocarbon sector of the Northeast to reduce import dependency as part of a vision document being prepared for the region.   | Read..
 

Cong leaders in touch: BJP

The Assam BJP today claimed that some senior leaders of the ruling Congress and the All Assam Students' Union (AASU) would join the party before the 2016 Assembly polls in...   | Read..
 

Cops review ATM security

Assam police headquarters have asked the districts to carry out inspection of ATMs and assess their security arrangements in view of several cases of machines being removed...   | Read..
 

Varsity focus on market mantra

The only cooperative management university in India, Assam Rajiv Gandhi University of Cooperative Management (ARGUCOM) in Sivasagar district, will introduce market-driven...   | Read..
 

A year on, ban on coal mining still rankles

Exactly a year ago, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) ordered the banning of coal mining, which rattled Meghalaya and those dependent on the black diamond extracted from...   | Read..
 

GNLA warns docs to stop private practice

The Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) today warned medical professionals to stop functioning from private clinics.   | Read..
 

Trial on border row from Monday

The Supreme Court has asked Assam and Nagaland, engaged in inter-state boundary dispute, to file additional documents, if any, within two weeks and to record their...   | Read..
 

Probe into workers' deaths

Assam additional chief secretary Shyam Lal Mewara, who was asked by Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi to probe the circumstances leading to the death of 14 migrant labourers...   | Read..
 

KSU opposes farm land handover to air force

Shillong, April 17: The move to hand over 18 acres of farm land to the air force here is likely to face a roadblock with the Khasi Students' Union (KSU) opposing the move.   | Read..
 

PAC rap for land compensation delay

The public accounts committee of the Assembly today pulled up the Meghalaya government over the delay in payment of compensation to landowners for the runway expansion at...   | Read..
 

Church attack condemned

Member of autonomous district council in the Khasi Hills Autonomous District Council, P.T. Sawkmie, today condemned the attack on a church in Agra and other parts of the...   | Read..
 

NPF patch-up bid leaves Cong out in the cold

The ongoing reconciliation process between the two factions of the Naga People's Front (NPF) after months of bitter fighting is likely to seal the fate of the Congress,...   | Read..
 

Swearing-in on Sunday

A 20-member Hagrama Mohilary-led Bodoland People's Front (BPF) is set to take charge of the council administration for the third time on Sunday, with support from an...   | Read..
 

Manipur students march for ILP

Hundreds of students today took to the streets here demanding implementation of the inner-line permit (ILP) in Manipur and prohibiting outsiders from owning land in the state.   | Read..
 

Plant served Rs 14cr bill

The public sector Hindustan Paper Corporation (HPC) is grappling with a Rs 14-crore bill served by the railways for a 4km exte-nsion of the Lumding-Silchar broad gauge line...   | Read..
 

Gionee to rev up NE network

After establishing an extensive distribution network across the Northeast in the past eight months, Chinese mobile phone manufacturer Gionee is eyeing a slot among the top...   | Read..
 

Panel sitting on Tuesday

The one-man commission set up by Dispur to probe the killing of a schoolgirl by NDFB (Songbijit) militants will hold its sitting on Tuesday.   | Read..
 

Third gender seeks benefits

The transgender community in Manipur is seeking welfare schemes for enhancing its members' earnings and also implement the Supreme Court's ruling of April 15, 2014.   | Read..
 

Immolation bid stopped

Residents today stopped 54 muster-roll employees of project Vartak under Border Roads Organisation from immolating themselves over regularisation of jobs.   | Read..
 

CPM leader held for murder

Senior CPM leader Jiten Das was arrested along with his two younger brothers and nephew for their alleged involvement in the murder of his wife, Kalpana, here yesterday.   | Read..
 

Unlawful tag looms over HPC

The Centre is likely to declare the Hmar People's Convention (Democratic), "unlawful" to pave the way for launching a drive to flush out militants of the group...   | Read..
 
Northeast Sports

Thangmeiband triumph

MCA CRICKET   | Read..
 

VKV book final berth

SCHOOL CRICKET   | Read..
 

Gold rush for HTA Wangkhei

STATE TAEKWONDO   | Read..
 

Big wins for host clubs

CLUB CRICKET   | Read..
 

Anurag topplesTop seed

Kaliyani tennis   | Read..
 
Children dress up in traditional attire to perform Bihu at Dhakuakhana in Assam’s Lakhimpur district on Friday. Picture by UB Photos   | Read..
 
 
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