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AGP accuses Congress of corruption at panchayat level

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Jan 8: The Congress government is immersed neck deep in corruption at the panchayat level. The infighting between Congress leader is nothing but to secure party tickets to fight the panchayat polls and thus loot the rural people of the various benefits by engaging in corruption. This was said by AGP Information and Publicity secretary Manoj Saikia.

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No financial irregularity in DME: Director

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Jan 7: Denying reports of irregularities in the Directorate of Madrassa Education, the director in-charge of the department Gita Sharma said that the reports were totally baseless and had no grounding.

While refuting the allegations published in various sections of the media recently about widespread irregularities in the department, particularly ...

 
Thin attendance in AXX stall

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Jan 7: The Axam Xahitya Xabha (AXX) stall in the ongoing 14th Northeast Book Fair wore a deserted look with only a handful people seen near the stall during the book fair. The reason behind the thin attendance at the stall is not far to seek. While all other book stalls are stocked with new books, the book stall of AXX is still selling its old collection ...

 
Congress announces list of candidates for panchayat polls

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Jan 7: The names of candidates for the second phase of the forthcoming panchayat polls were finalized by the Congress on Sunday evening, at a meeting of the APCC election committee held in a city hotel.

The meeting was attended by Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, Congress president Bhubaneswar Kalita and members of the election committee. In the meetin...

 
Blaze in city restaurant

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Jan 7: A massive fire broke out in the newly opened confectionary Chocolate Heaven in Jonali at 8 am today. It is suspected that the fire started from a short circuit in the electric oven. Properties worth lakhs were damaged in the inferno, along with cash amounting to Rs 2 lakh being burnt. The fire brigade had immediately rushed to the site to douse the...

 
Karbi Anglong Day observed at 14th Northeast Book Fair

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Jan 7: The 14th Northeast Book Fair celebrated Monday as the Karbi Anglong Day, which was the main folkal theme of the book fair this year.

The programme was inaugurated by noted Karbi film director Dhaniram Tishu while Dr Garima Kalita, lecturer in the Department of English Cotton College and noted story writer Phul Goswami as the distinguished g...

 
Women use poetry to assert their rights: Nirupama Bargohain

From our Correspondent

Guwahati, Jan 7: Women have been using poetry to assert their rightful place in society as also to express their trials and tribulations, noted litterateur Nirupama Bargohain said here on Monday. Releasing a book called Female Voice in Assamese Poetry written by Dr Tapati Baruah Kashyap, the well-known author also said that while Assamese women have been writing p...

 
OBITUARY

Ira Chakravarty, a respected and popular resident of Survey, Beltola and wife of Jamuna Prasad Chakravarty, left for her heavenly abode on January 6, 2013. She was 78.

She is survived by her son and three daughters and a host of relatives.

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Sensation over teenager's disappearance

By our Staff Reporter
GUWAHATI, Jan 7: A sensation was created at Nayanpur area following the disappearance of a girl, Tanya Yesmin from her residence this afternoon. Her sandal was found near a well along with a suicide note. It is suspected that the girl must be jumped into the well. Efforts are on to rescue the girl from the well. Neighbours said Tanya was suffering from depression for the...

 
Trekking expedition conducted by NCC cadets

GUWAHATI, Jan 7: Altogether 72 NCC cadets of 1 Assam Battalion and 60 Assam Girls’ Battalion of Arya Vidyapeeth College conducted a one-day trekking programme on January 5. The team was led by Pabitra Kumar Kalita and Mumpy Gupta of the college. The team covered 35 km stretch of hilly terrain from Lakhara Chariali to Basistha Mandir via Garbhanga Reserve Forest, stated a release....

 
State Science Trade Fair from Januray 10

GUWAHATI, Jan 7: Regional Science Centre, Guwahati is going to organize the State Science Fair in collaboration with the Directorate of Secondary Education, Government of Assam in its premises during January 10 to January 12 on the theme science, society and environment, stated a release. The Science Fair will be inaugurate by Prof Mihir Kanti Choudhury, vice-chancellor, Tezpur University while H ...

 
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 Northeast News
Demand for CBI probe into Manipur scam
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JFA urges Ao Senden to withdraw the ban on Naga editor’s book
NEDSSS celebrates silver jubilee
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 National News
Leopards in human areas not conflict animals: Study
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 International News
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Report clears Obama administration on Benghazi attack
India calls for more transparency in Security Council’s working
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Dibrugarh district bandh called on November 28
Access to quality healthcare service
Steps to revive traditional Karbi music
Bodo artist’s work gets selected for all India art exhibition
 State-2
Wildlife programme organized for students
Science exhibition held at Kokrajhar Don Bosco School
Concern over mushrooming of e–rickshaw agencies in State
Army vets organize seminar at Misamari
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