The Telegraph
Sunday , October 23 , 2016

AASU to launch protest against act

The All Assam Students' Union (AASU) today resolved to launch an agitation to put pressure on the Centre to immediately scrap the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016.   | Read..

Rail blockade for Bodoland tomorrow

Train services are likely to be affected in Assam's Chirang and Udalguri districts on Monday with pro-Bodoland groups, led by the All Bodo Students' Union, preparing to...   | Read..

Mizoram mulls new gas bottling factory

The Mizoram government is mulling a new LPG bottling plant to address the frequent crisis of cooking gas in the state capital, Aizawl.   | Read..

Mentor plan for students

Assam will engage IAS, IPS and IFS officers to mentor 3,000 underprivileged students in the current financial year to help them pursue careers of their choice under a...   | Read..

Journalist passes away

Assam journalist Tilak Hazarika breathed his last at the GNRC Hospitals here late last night. He was 95.   | Read..

Meet focuses on border terror

India and Myanmar reviewed the relationship between the two neighbouring countries and discussed the border situation, including terrorism, during a four-day meet here.   | Read..

Singpho chief keeps alive tea tradition

His hands trembled but his deft skills did not waver as the octogenarian went about meticulously performing a nearly two centuries-old ritual.   | Read..

Outfit flays Zeliang comments

The militant Manipur Naga People's Front today condemned the statements made by Nagaland chief minister T.R. Zeliang during a conference of Naga village authorities in...   | Read..

Jan. deadline for Reang repatriation

The repatriation of 35,000 Reang refugees, sheltered in six camps in Kanchanpur subdivision of North Tripura district, has been postponed till January next year.   | Read..

Agri lessons for Nepal team

A group of 41 students from Nepal's Agriculture and Forestry University visited Krishi Vigyan Kendra at Kahikuchi in Assam's Kamrup district today under an international...   | Read..

Happiest fest mesmerises

Farhan Akhtar signed off at 10pm last night, but the music, the bonhomie and the bonfire at the camping sites went on throughout the night.   | Read..

Section 144 in Kokrajhar

The Kokrajhar district administration promulgated Section 144 CrPC across the district today to maintain law and order.   | Read..
A girl plucks green tea leaves in Goalpara on Saturday.  Picture by UB Photos   | Read..
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