The Telegraph
Friday , June 12 , 2015

Cong suffers ADC blow in Manipur

The ruling Congress has suffered a major setback in Manipur by managing to retain only one of the six autonomous district councils while the Naga People's Front (NPF), which debuted in the polls,...   | Read..

Former minister's son quizzed

The son of a former cabinet minister of Assam was reportedly questioned by Bangalore police in connection with an alleged rape and death of a woman in the southern city.   | Read..

Tractor firm eyes Assam market

Auto major Mahindra & Mahindra's Farm Equipment Sector is looking to boost sale of its tractors in Assam by cashing in on the state government's thrust on increasing...   | Read..

Protest over proposed dam

 Activists in Arunachal Pradesh today protested against the Centre's proposal to build two massive dams on the Siang.   | Read..

Dispur mulls PPP for schools

Dispur has started exploring possibilities of setting up model schools in the public-private partnership mode after the Centre stopped funding for the project in Assam.   | Read..

Catch them young, nurture them to be leaders

 Unity and discipline. This motto of the National Cadet Corps appears tailormade for the sensitive and insurgency-prone areas of the Northeast that are seeking to wean...   | Read..

Rakibul irked by funds cut

Assam cabinet minister Rakibul Hussain today hinted the state's agriculture sector and rural areas would be worst hit by the Centre's new funding patterns.   | Read..

CBI court convicts man for KVP fraud

 A special CBI court here has convicted a man from Bengal for fraudulent encashment of Kisan Vikas Patras (KVP).   | Read..

BSF submits hideout list

The BSF has handed over a list of more than 30 hideouts of militant outfits, including that of the Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA), located in Bangladesh soil to the...   | Read..

Homeguards killed in accident

 Four Meghalaya homeguards died today in a village in Ri Bhoi district when the truck they were travelling in overturned.   | Read..

No power in Phulbari for 4 days

 Meghalaya's Phulbari town in West Garo Hills, about 90km from here, is without electricity for the last four days. The town is represented in Meghalaya Assembly by...   | Read..

Abducted manager rescued

Meghalaya police today rescued an Assam resident, who was abducted by the Garo National Liberation Army yesterday, from Depa Garet village near Dainadubi in North Garo...   | Read..

Four-day horticulture expo begins in Imphal

The first Manipur National Horticulture Expo kicked off today at Hatpta Kangjeibung here.   | Read..

BJP slams Cong over MCCL

The Meghalaya BJP today slammed the Congress-led government over its failure to revive the oldest cement factory in the state, Mawmluh Cherra Cement Ltd (MCCL) at Sohra and...   | Read..

Second border haat opens in Tripura

The Kamala Sagar border haat, 35km southwest of Agartala town in Bishalgarh subdivision, was operationalised today by senior officials of India and Bangladesh through a...   | Read..

NRL takes up land matter

 Numaligarh Refinery Limited today said it is in discussion with Golaghat forest division for resolution of issues concerning its township.   | Read..

Shillong United in 2nd spot

The 10th match of the ongoing under-19 Shillong Premier League saw Shillong United jump to second place in the standings with a 3-0 win over Royal Wahingdoh here today.   | Read..

Imphal team wins 3-1

Veteran football Imphal, June 11: Veteran Sports Association, Imphal, moved to the final beating TBSFA Tabungkhok by 3-1 goals in the first Kh. Jatra Singh Memorial Veteran...   | Read..

Training for women hit by violence

A two-day training programme on peace initiatives began here today with the objective of encouraging women from the violence-affected areas of the Bodoland Territorial...   | Read..

Container relief for tea exporters

The Tea Board of India has increased the quantum of assistance to exporters who had to bear the cost of empty containers from the port of shipment to the Inland Container...   | Read..

Private institute not beyond RTI: Court

The Itanagar bench of Gauhati High Court has ruled that the state's first private university is not beyond the purview of the Right to Information Act.   | Read..

Pledge to take public opinion

The parliamentary committee on government assurances, which is touring northeastern states, today said it would take the people of the region into confidence before work on...   | Read..

Moran Town beat Rhino FC

Dibrugarh, June 11: Hosts Moran Town Club got the better of Rhino FC, Golaghat, by 3-1 goals in their first Assam State Premier League football tournament match at Moran...   | Read..
A student rows to school in Morigaon on Thursday. Altogether  3.11 lakh people have been affected in 42 revenue circles in 15 districts of...   | Read..
Good Morning
Hello It's Friday , June 12 , 2015
bullet Medical camp
bullet Exhibition
bullet Book fair
bullet Meeting
Northeast Briefs
bullet Ferry services
bullet Man drowns
bullet Murder
bullet Hunger strike
bullet Truck seized
bullet Body spotted