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Tuesday , December 6 , 2016

ED eye on forex fraud; cashless mission on

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) will slap notices on a luxury resort in Kaziranga National Park and a Guwahati-based businessman for allegedly violating the Foreign Exchange Management Act (Fema)...   | Read..

NSS cadres to spread digital literacy

The Assam government today launched a statewide drive to make people aware of cashless transactions by involving 20,000 National Service Scheme (NSS) cadres.   | Read..

Patowary pitches for investment

Assam commerce and industries minister Chandra Mohan Patowary at the Assam Investment Roadshow on food processing, plastic and bamboo, organised by the government of Assam...   | Read..

2 pregnant jumbos & calf killed

Three female elephants, including two pregnant ones, were killed when a Dibrugarh-bound train knocked them down on the tracks in a remote corridor of Assam's Hojai district...   | Read..

Blockade hits train services

Railway services between the Northeast and rest of the country were affected for over five hours today by the railway blockade called by the Adivasi National Convention...   | Read..

ACA banks on Rs 2cr loan

The Assam Cricket Association (ACA) will borrow Rs 2 crore as overdraft from its bank to bail itself out of the acute financial crisis it is facing in view of the Supreme...   | Read..

Help from 'space' to counter militants

Meghalaya police have sought the help of space scientists to track rebel camps in inaccessible areas of the hilly state.   | Read..

Mukul slams NDA on notes

Meghalaya chief minister Mukul Sangma today claimed that fake currency notes of Rs 2,000 were being circulated in the state and lambasted the NDA government over...   | Read..

AASU blocks highway

The Simen Chapori unit of the AASU today blocked NH 52 for three hours demanding an end to encroachment at Simen Chapori reserve forest.   | Read..

Union plea

Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Pema Khandu today assured BRO labour union of his full commitment to ensure welfare and development of BRO labourers working in the state.   | Read..

CID raids trader's office, home

CID officials today conducted raids at the office, residence and bonded warehouse of liquor baron Rajesh Jalan in connection with an excise duty evasion case and seized two...   | Read..

Envoy in refugee camps

The Union home ministry's special secretary, Mahesh Kumar Singla, will visit the six Reang refugee camps in Kanchanpur subdivision tomorrow and hold discussions with the...   | Read..

Ibobi bats for private players

The industrial sector in Manipur will not flourish without private partnership, chief minister Okram Ibobi Singh said today.   | Read..

Tobacco sold outside GMCH

Tobacco products are being sold right in front of Gauhati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) despite a ban on sale of such products in front of educational institutions.   | Read..

Dimchrang festival begins

Winter is here, so are festivals.   | Read..

Naga team for Myanmar

A delegation of the Naga Mothers Association (NMA) has left for Myanmar to meet the leaders of the Khaplang faction of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN).   | Read..

Funds to pay for rural job scheme

The Meghalaya government, which is yet to clear pending wages of job-card holders under the centrally sponsored Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act...   | Read..

Scribe beaten

The All Manipur Working Journalists' Union today condemned the attack on a reporter, who was beaten up and detained by the state and central security personnel, while he...   | Read..
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