The Telegraph
Saturday , October 17 , 2015

Private schools get breather from HC

Gauhati High Court has put the brakes on implementation of Dispur's directive to private schools to register themselves under provisions of the Assam Non-Government Educational Institution...   | Read..

Black dragon's fruity aroma

The name is derived from a word meaning "black dragon", but Oolong, with its distinctive light-orange liquor and infused flavour of dried fruit, chestnut, and...   | Read..

BJP alleges corruption in BTC

The BJP has sought the intervention of the governor into the alleged misappropriation of funds meant for various development schemes in the Bodoland Territorial Council...   | Read..

RTI shocker on Manipur NRC record

An RTI response has revealed that the Manipur government and directorate of census operations do not have records of the National Register of Citizens, 1951.   | Read..

Bridge mishap haunts Dhubri

A dilapidated bridge, connecting wards 4 and 3 of Dhubri town, has become a bone of contention between the local residents and civic administration after a man died and...   | Read..

Tripura to hold first TET

Tripura's first Teachers' Eligibility Test will be held on December 21 to recruit more than 5,000 teachers, in accordance with the provisions of the education policy, 2009.   | Read..

Spotlight on farmers this Puja

At a time when farmers' suicides are making headlines daily, a Durga Puja committee here has taken up "agriculture" as its theme to boost the morale of the...   | Read..

Dissidents demand Therie's ouster

The dust has not settled in the Congress camp after dissidents locked the official chamber of PCC president today.   | Read..

NFR decries blockade culture

Blockades have virtually put brakes on trains in Assam and other areas under the jurisdiction of Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) this year.   | Read..

Indigenous people's meet

Leaders of around 350 indigenous communities will meet at the first Indigenous Peoples' Parliament to be held next month in Imphal in Manipur to resolve their common problems.   | Read..

Mizoram lists liquor gains

The Mizoram government has earned around Rs 19.44 crore from the sale of liquor in eight months, following the promulgation of the Mizoram Liquor Prohibition and Control...   | Read..

Lajong ease past Wahingdoh


Mukul blames anti-incumbency, slams BJP

Meghalaya chief minister Mukul Sangma and Congress Legislature Party leader today fired a salvo at the BJP, saying that he would ensure that the rival party draws a blank...   | Read..

Conrad nominated for CEM election

The National Peoples' Party (NPP) and its alliance today decided to nominate Conrad Kongkal Sangma as a member of district council (MDC) to elect him chief executive member...   | Read..

HSPDP leader elected

Hill State People's Democratic Party (HSPDP) legislator Ardent Miller Basaiawmoit was today elected leader of the party following the demise of veteran leader Hoping Stone...   | Read..

Court seeks report on MUDA officials

The Meghalaya High Court today asked the CBI to submit an interim report within two weeks on the preliminary inquiry against officials of the Meghalaya Urban Development...   | Read..

BJP alleges corruption in BTC

The BJP has sought the intervention of the governor into the alleged misappropriation of funds meant for various development schemes in the Bodoland Territorial Council...   | Read..

Jorhat rises against fundamentalism

From the Dadri lynching to the returning of the Sahitya Akademi awards, the burning issues of the country were discussed in the first of its kind citizens' protest meet in...   | Read..

Bike rally to sensitise youth

Kendriya Yuba Bahini, the youth wing of Srimanta Sankardev Sangha, is undertaking a motorbike rally across Assam to create awareness among youths on the ill effects of...   | Read..

Anti-dengue measures stepped up

The state health department has intensified preventive measures against dengue, with over 400 cases being reported in different localities in the city.   | Read..

KMSS calls for official's resignation

Guwahati, Oct. 16: A day after Gauhati High Court ordered a CBI probe into allegations of corruption against APSC chairman Rakesh Paul, peasant organisation KMSS today...   | Read..

Rock fest with a difference

What if you were on your way to see your favourite bands perform and instead of being excited about having a good time, had to worry if the venue had wheelchair ramps so...   | Read..


The Centre has provided Rs 35 crore for the development of Kamakhya temple.   | Read..

Modern tame Sarala

UNDER-16 CRICKET   | Read..

Chess meet in city tomorrow

The second RGS International Open Rating Chess Tournament will commence at Royal Global School here on Sunday.   | Read..
Northeast Sports

Bona enters semis


Mt Zion, Montfort in final


Rishav, Debanga dominate meet

AITA TENNIS   | Read..

Powermen win 1-0,Lift trophy

DM SOCCER   | Read..

DPS, Fairyland enter last four


Bogibeel triumph

DSA SOCCER   | Read..
Dancers perform at an event in Gangtok late on Thursday night. Picture by UB Photos   | Read..
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