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Wednesday , February 8 , 2017
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Please-all bid in Assam budget

The first full budget of the BJP-led government in Assam makes an attempt to please all by offering something to everyone.   | Read..

Rs 5cr allotted for sports academy

The Assam government proposes to utilise the sports infrastructure at Sarusajai sports complex here for grooming sportspersons in the form of a state sports academy named...   | Read..

Rs 100cr to bridge Guwahati

A sum of Rs 100 crore was allocated in the budget for construction of two new bridges over the Brahmaputra, connecting Panbazar with North Guwahati and Palashbari with...   | Read..

Too many dishes served on platter

The budget again confirms that Assam needs an economic survey before budget presentation so that people know what is going on. It is difficult to get the latest information...   | Read..

'Marathon' efforts for proposals

Assam finance minister Himanta Biswa Sarma's "marathon" budget speech in the Assembly was also a culmination of marathon preparations, which began almost two...   | Read..

Acharya taps Church but impasse still on

Nagaland governor P.B. Acharya today worked hard to convince the influential Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) to talk to the protesters and persuade them to end the...   | Read..

Arunachal nod to posts

The Arunachal Pradesh cabinet today approved creation of 42 posts under the state civil service for filling up of 84 posts at the entry level to man the circle headquarters...   | Read..

New Bodo Sabha body

The 56th Bodo Sahitya Sabha session concluded today at SB Boro High School field in Simen Chapari, Dhemaji district, with the election of a new executive body headed by...   | Read..

Farmers, experts to share ideas

About 75 farmers from across the Northeast will converge with scientists in a three-day conference on soil conservation and water resources at College of Veterinary Science...   | Read..

15 buses gutted in ASTC fire

Fifteen buses under Assam State Transport Corporation were charred and three were partially burnt in a fire at its workshop in Rupnagar just after midnight last night.   | Read..

Myanmar stops fence construction

Myanmar has stopped construction of fences along its border with Nagaland at Noklak in Tuensang district, chief minister T.R. Zeliang said this evening.   | Read..

SC rap for Centre on border fencing

The Supreme Court today expressed strong displeasure over the Centre's plea that it would take at least three years more beyond 2020, to complete fencing of the riverine...   | Read..

Meet on Xankardeb concludes

The four-day 86th annual conference of the Srimanta Sankaradeva Sangha concluded at Romananda Khetra in Gopalpur in Gohpur subdivision of central Assam's Biswanath district...   | Read..

Stone tools excavated in Meghalaya village

A team of researchers excavating in the Rongram-Ganol river valley in West Garo Hills have found large number of finished stone tools from Mishimagre village, on the...   | Read..

Opposition bars minister entry

The Opposition Mizo National Front (MNF) today stopped labour minister Lalrinmawia Ralte and Mizoram Youth Commission chairman T. Sangkunga from entering their respective...   | Read..

Defiant UNC to continue siege

The United Naga Council (UNC) has decided to continue its economic blockade, which entered its 99th day today, dashing hopes of resumption of supply of essential commodities.   | Read..

Bora declines Sabha invite

Writer Lakhinandan Bora today declined to preside over the open session of Asam Sahitya Sabha's five-day centenary celebrations in Sivasagar district beginning tomorrow.   | Read..

4 Bangla youths held by BSF

The BSF apprehended three Bangladeshis from Baghmara in South Garo Hills district and another citizen of the neighbouring country at Lalghat in South West Garo Hills today.   | Read..

Move towards digital society

Union minister of state for railways Rajen Gohain today claimed that the demonetisation move to fight corruption paved the way for a revolution, in which paper currency was...   | Read..

Centre allays fear of influx

Minister of state for railways Rajen Gohain today cited an example of influx from Bangladesh in a Nagaland village "through marriage and not rail line", while...   | Read..
A teacher interacts with children at an inclusive classroom, part of a programme launched by Shishu Sarothi, an NGO, in Guwahati on  Tuesday.   | Read..
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