The Telegraph
Thursday , June 22 , 2017
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Nilachal hill sees scores of devotees

Assam chief minister today inaugurated the annual Ambubachi Mela, which is being projected by the state government on the country's tourism map, as tantriks, sadhus and devotees from different...   | Read..

Bend it like yogis is the new health mantra

Assam health minister Himanta Biswa Sarma announced opening up of two Ayurvedic colleges and at least 100 yoga kendras (units) in the state on the third International Yoga...   | Read..

Tea Board promotes auctions

The Tea Board of India has advocated the sale of 100 per cent of produce through auctions, saying that it is the most secure way of marketing.   | Read..

Mukul push to young trader dreams

Meghalaya chief minister Mukul Sangma today urged the people of the state to create opportunities for youths in the fields of entrepreneurship and business.   | Read..

Inmate death report sought

The Assam State Human Rights Commission today directed Kamrup (metro) district magistrate M. Angamuthu to submit a detailed report on the death of an inmate, Krishna...   | Read..

Influx fears spark rail link protest

Several organisations staged a sit-in at a parking lot near the additional secretariat here today to pressurise the Meghalaya government to put the construction of the...   | Read..

Rhino carcass found

The carcass of an adult female rhino with its horn missing was recovered by forest guards in flooded Kaziranga National Park today.   | Read..

Farmers appeal for loan waiver

With low returns on agricultural produce causing distress, farmers from the fertile farms of Meghalaya's East Khasi Hills today sought loan waivers and minimum support...   | Read..

Chapaguri church vandalised

Unidentified miscreants vandalised the Catholic Cathedral Church at Chapaguri, beside National Highway 31C, in Chirang district last night and decamped with some valuables.   | Read..

Sabha opposes TET directive

The Asam Sahitya Sabha today opposed Dispur's decision to allow candidates only with English-medium backgrounds to appear for the Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) for...   | Read..

Flood situation worsens in Barak Valley

The flood situation in south Assam's Barak Valley, especially in Karimganj district, has worsened in the past 24 hours after a brief span of normality.   | Read..

Training to tackle dementia

Dispur Hospital in Ganeshguri will organise a month-long training for relatives and professional caregivers of dementia patients from June 26.   | Read..

GMDA pins hope on two drains

The Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) today said waterlogging in the city will come down by 30 per cent once the Noonmati-Bondajan and the Pibco-Silsako...   | Read..

Syndicate heat on BJP

The Opposition Congress in Assam today said "syndicate raj" exists under the BJP-led state government, which came to power last year. The Congress had routinely...   | Read..

Cops fail to catch rape accused

Police have failed to catch the two accused who allegedly drugged and raped a 16-year old girl at a staff quarters of Bongaigaon civil hospital on Monday, even 48 hours...   | Read..
Nilachal hill sees scores of devotees
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