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Thursday , September 14 , 2017

40000 migrants fall off the grid

Altogether 41,033 people, declared as foreigners by tribunals in Assam, have gone missing since 1985, according to data available with the state government.   | Read..

Probe into job card racket

The BJP-led Assam government will soon order an investigation into a suspected scam involving over 12.5 lakh "fake job cards" under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural...   | Read..

Zubeen apology for tiff on beret

Singer Zubeen Garg today apologised on social media for his altercation with an army officer at New Delhi airport on Monday over wearing a beret.   | Read..

School revamp to recall medical history

The Dr John Berry White Medical School here will soon be developed into a heritage museum.   | Read..

Manipur Kukis observe black day

Kukis in Manipur today observed a "black day" urging Delhi to settle the issue of "Kuki genocide" by the NSCN (I-M) before making an agreement with the...   | Read..

Probe plea into Patanjali relief

The Assam PCC today demanded a high-level enquiry into yoga guru Ramdev-promoted Patanjali Ayurved, which allegedly supplied expired food commodities to flood victims in...   | Read..


A day after tension broke out at Guijan in Tinsukia district following an altercation between youths of two communities, police resorted to lathicharge to disperse a mob...   | Read..

Achievers on one platform

Achievers from the Northeast will share their success mantras with students and youths from the region during the Arunodoi Northeast Students and Youth Summit in New Delhi...   | Read..

Youths lost faith in BJP: Gogoi

Former Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi today said the defeat of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP)-backed candidates in various college and university elections has...   | Read..

HSPDP slams Dispur over Langpih claim

The Hill State People's Democratic Party (HSPDP) today criticised the Assam government for accusing Meghalaya of encroaching into "Assam territory" in Langpih.   | Read..

Chakmas, Hajongs to get citizenship

The Narendra Modi government today decided to grant citizenship to over one lakh Chakma and Hajong refugees, comprising Buddhists and Hindus living in the Northeast, amid...   | Read..

Starburst at film festival

Bollywood filmmakers Vishal Bharadwaj, Abhishek Chaubey, Gauri Shinde and Nagesh Kukunoor, actor Adil Hussain and singer Angaraag Papon Mahanta will lend a touch of glamour...   | Read..

Laptops for bright pupils

The Assam government today began distributing laptops to students who secured over 75 per cent in Class X examination.   | Read..

Severe teacher crunch in Cachar school

A shortage of teachers has been affecting the functioning of the JR Higher Secondary School, Ganirgram, one of the oldest academic institutions in south Assam's Cachar...   | Read..

Demand for Namrup-IV unit

Several organisations, led by the All Assam Students' Union (AASU), today demonstrated in front of the Brahmaputra Valley Fertilizer Corporation Ltd plant in Namrup,...   | Read..

Cops book show for Garg film

Golaghat police embarked on a mission to promote Assamese cinema, booking a full show of Zubeen Garg-starrer Mission China at Gold Digital Cinema here today.   | Read..

Mission martial arts to the rescue of women

A city-based martial arts instructor has embarked on a mission to arm the women of Assam with skills and techniques to help them stave off attackers on the streets.   | Read..

Amul debuts in NE with pouch milk

Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd (GCMMF), which markets Amul milk and milk products, made its formal entry into the Northeast with the launch of its pouch...   | Read..
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