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People crossing a makeshift bamboo bridge, which has been lying in a dilapidated state since the last four years, between Dhamdhama and Tamulpur in Baksa district on Monday. – UB Photos
RHAC polls record 71 pc turnout
GOALPARA, Nov 13 – The first phase of the Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council (RHAC) elections today passed off peacefully recording a healthy 71 per cent voter turnout amidst a sense of unease due to poll boycott call made by the non-Rabha and some Garo ...

Epic curtain call awaits Sachin
MUMBAI, Nov 13 (PTI): Without doubt the most enduring phenomenon in modern cricket and India’s biggest sporting icon, Sachin Tendulkar is all set for an epic curtain call starting tomorrow when he steps on the field against the West Indies for his 20 ...

Khurshid justifies decision to attend
COLOMBO, Nov 13 – Brushing aside the demand of political parties in Tamil Nadu for a total boycott, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid arrived here today to attend the CHOGM Summit this week, saying India remains committed to the welfare of th ...

EC pulls up Rahul over poll campaign remarks
NEW DELHI, Nov 13 – The Election Commission today ticked off Rahul Gandhi, expressing displeasure over the “tone, tenor and content” of certain remarks made by him during election campaign and asked him to be more “circumspect” in future, reports PTI ...

APGCL fails to respond to NGO’s queries
GUWAHATI, Nov 13 – The Assam Power Generation Corporation Ltd (APGCL) letter to the Expert Appraisal Committee (EAC) for Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the River Valley and Hydroelectric Projects of the Ministry of Environment and Forests ...

NCW slams CBI chief for rape remark
NEW DELHI, Nov 13 – The National Commission for Women (NCW) today sought an explanation from CBI chief Ranjit Sinha for his controversial rape remark and said it may recommend his resignation to the government after receiving a reply on his “insensit ...

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  • PSU, oil sector officials alerted
  • AGSU stir from Nov 16 demanding 100pc jobs
  • Kampur likely to reap good harvest this year
  • Kukis celebrate Chavang Kut in Dibrugarh
  • AIUDF will win more seats than Cong: Ajmal
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  • Boundary panel visits Arunachal
  • Pension for deserted women
  • MPP vice president shot dead
  • Tt is practice as usual for Tendulkar
  • Anand, Carlsen draw fourth game
  • Saina, Kashyap win openers in Shanghai

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