The Telegraph
Sunday , August 27 , 2017

Students to lose MBBS, BDS seats

Nearly 30 to 35 successful candidates are likely to lose their MBBS/BDS seats in Assam for the 2017 session starting September following a Gauhati High Court ruling which wants Dispur to abide by...   | Read..

Speaker, MLAs donate eyes

Four legislators and a mediaperson pledged to donate their eyes at the inauguration of the Eye Donation Campaign Fortnight here yesterday.   | Read..

Panel finds flaws in land law

A public committee, comprising people from different sections, today said the Assam Land and Revenue Regulation, 1886, has not been able to protect the land rights of...   | Read..

Logo, trophy unveiled

Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal and Fifa under-17 World Cup tournament director Javier Ceppi today unveiled the host-city logo and the trophy at Indira Gandhi...   | Read..

FAO body moots Tea Day

The Food and Agriculture Organisation's inter-governmental group on tea (IGG) has urged member countries to declare an International Tea Day to help generate more interest...   | Read..

Blockade delays train run

Hundreds of protesters, backed by AASU and the Assam Jatiyatabadi Yuba Chatra Parishad (AJYCP), today blocked train tracks at Kampur in Nagaon district for an hour from...   | Read..

Jammin' harvest in the hills

The musical jamboree, Bacardí NH7 Weekender, will be back in the hill state for the third consecutive year in October where 36 international and Indian artistes and...   | Read..

Woman's body found on train

The body of a 40-year-old woman was found on Dalkhola-Dibrugarh special train at the railway station here this morning.   | Read..

Protest threat over Barak holiday cuts

The All Cachar Karimganj Hailakandi Students' Association today threatened to stage protests across Barak Valley against the state government's decision to scrap a number...   | Read..

Eviction at Amchang on hold till tomorrow

The eviction drive at Amchang reserve forest here was today put on hold till Monday following requests from settlers and for "better planning" to make the...   | Read..
Assam agriculture minister Atul Bora feeds a rhino calf at the Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation Centre in Panbari on Saturday. Picture by...   | Read..
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