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Two students bring honour to Dibrugarh

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DIBRUGARH, June 15: Two students of Dibrugarh managed to bring honour to their respective schools and the town by securing the fifth and sixth positions in the HSLC examination, the results of which were declared today.

Ashisha Sonowal of St Mary’s School scored 563 and was placed fifth in the state. She is the daughter of Tipuram Sonowal and Minim...

 
Sundarmal Modern School shines in HSLC

From our Correspondent

SIVASAGAR, June 15: This year, High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) Examination result of Secondary Education Board of Assam (SEBA) has brought lots of happiness for Sundarmal Modern English School in Sivasagar.

This year, altogether 20 students, who appeared for the HSLC examination from the school, got first division, out of which five students secured...

 
HSLC toppers want to be Scientist, Engineers

From our Correspondent

NORTH LAKHIMPUR, June 15: In the results of the HSLC Examination, 2012, three secured positions from Lakhimpur district. Gunangajyoti Gogoi got 8th position from North Lakhimpur Government HS School while Chayanika Bora and Chinmoy Sekhar Das has secured 9th and 10th position from St Mary’s School, Lakhimpur by securing 560, 559 and 558 total marks respectiv...

 
Row over selection of lecturers in Kokrajhar Government College

From our Correspondent

KOKRAJHAR, June 15: The selection of lecturers at Kokrajhar Government College is seen to be unsatisfactory as BTC approved candidates who have all requisite qualifications for the posts got deprived. The best candidate in BTC approved list is stated to be a victim of politics.

In a press meet held at Kokrajhar Government College today, the principal of th...

 
National Highway blocked

From our Staff Reporter

DIBRUGARH, June 15: A group of women from Niz Lahoal blocked the National Highway at Lahoal here today demanding the release of an arrested youth.

The demonstration was carried out to protest the arrest of Manik Gogoi yesterday. The youth was picked up in connection with the death of one Biju Dutta of Bakul Majgaon at Assam Medical College. The patient an...

 
Only one TET candidate joins teacher?s post at Jorhat

From a Correspondent
JORHAT, June 15: Out of 604 TET selected candidates for Upper primary schools, Lower primary schools and Amar Porhasali in Jorhat district, only 42 candidates got their appointment letters to join as teachers at Amar Porhasali. These 42 numbers of candidates were selected to join in 38 schools of Jorhat district. Due to embargo imposed by the Sisksha Mitras of different P...

 
Whereabouts of kidnapped labourers still unknown

From a Correspondent
DIPHU, June 15: Even after more than 48 hours of kidnapping of P Das & Company labourers working on a hydro electric project near Longnit under Manja PS their wherabouts are not known till filing of this report. Though Bhupen Bora, Parliamentary Secretary In-charge (Power) visited the project site recently and took stock of the situation, police is clueless about thei...

 
Chief Minister inaugurates pilot project at Jorhat

From a Correspondent

JORHAT, June 15: Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today inaugurated a pilot project on malnutrition of children and anaemia of mothers launched by the Social Welfare Department in Jorhat. The inaugural function was organized at Dr Madhab Ch Das Memorial Auditorium of Assam Agriculture University, Jorhat. Inaugurating the project, the Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi urged the A...

 
Border Minister Siddeque Ahmed visits Kokrajhar

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KOKRAJHAR, June 15: Minister of Border and Co-operative Society, Siddeque Ahmed visited Kokrajhar for official zonal-level meeting. The meeting was held at Circuit House, Kokrajhar where the BTC EMs Reo-Reoa Narzihary, James Basumatary and local MLA Promila Rani Brahma along with others officers of BTC area were present.

In an interview with mediapersons, ...

 
One dies in road mishap

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SIVASAGAR, June 15: One person was killed, while another seriously injured in a road mishap at Bikrampur Charali on NH 37, in Sivasagar in the wee hours of Thursday. According to details, a Maruti Wagon R car bearing registration number AS-04-J-7178 coming towards Sivasagar at high speed hit a stranded truck beside NH37 and as a result, Dilip Gogoi, an ONGC employee and...

 
Ten AAMSU members arrested in Dibrugarh

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DIBRUGARH, June 15: Ten members of All Assam Moran Students’ Union (AAMSU) arrested last night were sent to jail custody today. On the basis of an FIR lodged by the controversial Shivani Gas and Oil Exploration Company and Nabayug Engineering authorities, Tinsukia Police arrested the vice-president, Naba Moran, and general secretary, Jyoti Moni Moran, ...

 
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 Arunachal News
Arunachal approves TBP to MOs, specialist doctors
Missing poll official found dead
Postal ballot fiasco
Joint team constituted
 Meghalaya News
Good Friday observed
PBM Basaiawmoit seeks safety of EVMs
Top three contenders sure for victory in Lok Sabha polls
Gang of thieves on the prowl in city
 Northeast News
Enthusiastic Independent candidates in Northeast poll fray
Presiding Officer allegedly slapped
ACAUT holds interactive session
Minor raped
 Cachar News
Karimganj BJP confident of winning elections
Heritage Foundation unveils calendar with ancient Dimasa alphabets
ACKHSA mourns demise of Dinesh Prasad Goala
Nephew murders uncle
 National News
Mulayam soft on criminals: Modi
Mayawati bares her prime ministerial ambitions
Bihar’s ’Osama’ to contest against Modi from Varanasi
EC to look into Trinamool complaint about Mamata’s hotel room fire
 International News
Women can sound sexy but men just can’t!
Obama warns Russia of new sanctions
Musharraf’s plea against prosecutor’s appointment rejected
Nepal’s Maoist party wants cases against its cadre dropped
 State-1
Mohilary promises peace and stability in BTC
Organizations boycott newspaper
AIUDF leaders campaign for Ajmal in Bilasipara
Six hospitalized in Sivasagar after drinking tea
 State-2
KNLA deputy C–in–C held with arms
Goalpara district geared up for polls
General Observer for Dhubri HPC camping in Goalpara
Poll preparation enters last leg in Rangia
 Local Sports
Don Bosco, Nichols register tight wins
Navarang, Ankurjyoti win
Half Marathon at Chaygaon for boys and girls on April 29
 Sports
World Cup LOC says protests possible but guarantees safety
Brazil confirms Argentina friendly in China
’Best for Vietnam to withdraw from hosting 18th Asiad’
Yes Bank signs sponsorship deal with Indian Golf Union
 Editorial
A Diabolic Poll Pact
A Grim Power Scenario
Aam Aadmi’s Failure a Lesson to India
Letters to the Editor
 Op-Ed (Sunday)
BJP manifesto bids farewell to Vajpayee era
Ex–cons, gangster’s widow among Bihar’s LS candidates
‘Manmohan regarded Pawar as ally against critics in cabinet’
 
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