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Tuesday , March 7 , 2017

Govt faces provincialisation backlash

The Assam government today tabled two new bills for provincialisation of venture educational institutions, recognised by the state government till January 1, 2006, amid protests by a few...   | Read..

Teachers observe 'black day'

Teachers serving in educational institutions that have been kept outside the ambit of Dispur's provincialisation move today observed a "black day" and demanded...   | Read..

Rijiju stalled my plans: Pul's wife

Dangwimsai Pul, the widow of former Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Kalikho Pul, today alleged that minister of state for home affairs Kiren Rijiju played a critical role...   | Read..

Parties claim voter support

The Congress and the BJP have interpreted Saturday's large voter turnout in the first phase of polls as the people's support for their respective parties.   | Read..

Italian reveals Salgari novel mismatch

Nearly 150 years after Italian novelist Emilio Salgari wrote four stories with Guwahati as the backdrop, an artist-cum-scholar from the European country has landed in the...   | Read..

CID officer probing agri scam dies in mishap

The death of an Assam CID officer, who was investigating a multicrore-rupee scam in the state agriculture department, in a car accident last night, triggered suspicion that...   | Read..

Cong joins Mancha protest

Janagosthiyo Oikya Mancha today wrote to Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal expressing "great displeasure" regarding the "extreme negligence and...   | Read..

A dozen JMB cadres at large, House told

Around 10 to 12 members of Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), an Islamic fundamentalist group, are currently at large in Assam.   | Read..

Extra fence to get families in

Assam BJP president Ranjeet Dass today said an additional fence would be put up along the Indo-Bangla border in Karimganj district to bring back some of the Indian families...   | Read..

Meghalaya Opposition lampoons government

The failure of the Meghalaya government to tackle the rise in crimes against women and children, unemployment and absence of a policy for youths, including a suggestion to...   | Read..

Donkupar highlights network woes on border

Leader of the Opposition Donkupar Roy today said people along the Indo-Bangla border are still using Bangladeshi SIM cards.   | Read..

Need radical steps: Acharya

Arunachal Pradesh governor P.B. Acharya today said the state government would brook no political interference in recruitment and deployment of teachers to meet the huge...   | Read..

CCRI boost to Northeast citrus

The Nagpur-based Central Citrus Research Institute (CCRI) is providing a helping hand to citrus cultivation in the Northeast.   | Read..

NRL wax for Myanmar

Numaligarh Refinery Limited has now become the first Indian oil company to penetrate the Myanmar wax market, which was dominated by China till now.   | Read..

8 hurt in Silapathar clash

A daylong rally by the Nikhil Bharat Bangali Udbastu Samannay Samitee, demanding that the names of Hindu Bengalis be unconditionally removed from the list of D-voters...   | Read..

Traders threaten strike on March 15

The All Assam Traders Association and All Guwahati Traders Association have threatened to call a statewide strike on March 15 if the government did not respond to their...   | Read..

Stress on proper use of data

A regional workshop on micro data dissemination and creation of data centre, organised jointly by the ministry of statistics and programme implementation (MoSPI) and the...   | Read..

CM salutes PM's 'humanity'

Chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal today thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his timely intervention yesterday that saved the life of a newborn from Moran in Dibrugarh...   | Read..
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