MLA visits flooded Salakati road
Former Assam minister and Kokrajhar East MLA Pramila Rani Brahma visited at the eroded Salakati - Kokrajhar road and washed out of crop and houses due to the incessant rain flood waters early this morning in Kokrajhar.
The Salakati and Kokrajhar road was totally washed out and eroded flood by waters at Haloadal village due to Tarrang River eroded river bank and crossed the main PWD road early this morning following heavy rain. The flood waters also broke fishery tank of the villagers at Haloadal where villagers deployed over 10 quintiles of small fishes.
Several villages in the district like Dahalapara, Titaguri, Kokrajhar main town including ward number 8, Santinagar, Vivekananda, Shukanjhora, Kantalguri were covered with floodwaters and residents have to shift to upper places to take safe.
Brahma told that flood waters damaged several property and crops of the common publics in the region.
She has urged govt to take stern step to make peoples free from flood water problems.
Villagers demanded relief materials to the flood affected peoples.
18 Jan 2008 - 5:30pm | editor
People of Tiwa community fishing during Community Fishing, organized as a part of 'Jonbeel Mela' at Jonbill lake, at the ongoing 3-day-long traditional Deu King's Market known as Jonbeel Mela, Jagiroad, Nagaon district on 18-01-08. Hundreds of tribal people gather in the bazaar to exchange their commodities with the other people. The festival mainly organized to exchange commodities between plain and hill tribes here.
This spectacular fair is held every year during the winter at Jonbeel, Jagiroad. A few days before the mela, tribes like the Tiwas, Karbis, Khasis, Jaintias from the Meghalaya hills come down with their various products for this mela.
The significance of this mela is in its theme of harmony and brotherhood amongst various tribes and communities. During the 'mela' these communities perform their traditional dances and music in a befitting manner.
Pix by UB Photos
19 Jan 2016 - 12:13am | AT News Itanagar
The state government has sanctioned 2 Crs. for restructuring of fire ravaged Daying Ering Higher Secondary School, Pasighat. This was informed by the PMC Chief Councilor Denong Tamuk today while chairing a coordination meeting at the auditorium of the said school in presence of Advisor to Chief Minister Bosiram Siram, ZPC Kaling Dai, DDSE Obuk Panor, Dy. Chief Councilor Kaling Darang and councilors, Principal, Vice-Principal and teaching staffs. In his address, Tamuk informed that receiving information the state’s Education Minister Tapang Taloh has expressed shock and his concern over fire mishap that devoured seven rooms of the school in the wee hours and immediately sanctioned Rs. 2 Crs. for reconstruction of a well planned RCC multistoried building on priority. The Chief Councilor himself on behalf of PMC assured to provide 20 chairs and a computer as immediate relief. He also assured to launch a special cleanliness drive in the school. Before concluding his deliberation, Tamuk advised fire distinguishers and other protective measures in all institutions and government installations, adding that foul play cannot be ruled out.
Advisor to Chief Minister Bosiram Siram sought magisterial inquiry before the cleanliness drive and urged the engineering departments to restore water and power supply immediately in the school to bring normalcy. Appreciating the administration, Siram informed that he had good discussion with the DC and DDSE for immediate relief. He asked to prepare list of requirements and proposal and to submit to the DC so that administration can forward to the government. The DC is proactive and has assured to manage to provide computer and printer, cyclostyle/copier machine, some desks & benches etc at the earliest possible so that day to day class room and office transactions are not hampered. Siram asked the DDSE to alert Chowkidars of all schools to guard all institutions properly so that such accidents are not repeated in future. He handed over ten thousand cash to the Principal on the occasion.
Very upset ZPC Kaling Dai extended his thanks and gratitude to the education minister for his prompt and favourable action. He urged the minister and former education minister Bosiram Siram to mobilize the issue at higher level so that fund is released immediately and construction work is started soon.
DDSE Obuk Panor who worked for a long in the said school as Principal informed that the matter has already been discussed with the superior authorities and he would leave no stone unturned for restoration process. Advisory note on preventive measures to avoid such accident in future have already been given to all the school authorities, he further added.
Senior citizen and Ward-5Councilor Kaling Doruk also donated ten thousand rupees from his own pocket and urged the administration and municipality to clear all debris to have a fresh feeling in minds of the teachers and students. He further assured to pressurize the local MLA and administration for immediate relief grant.
Dy. Chief Councilor Kaling Darang who also local councilor of the area informed that Loksabha MP Ninong Ering would visit the school on Jan-24 next and extend all possible help from his discretionary fund. Principal AP Rukbo and Vice-Principal Aroti Padung Pada also spoke and shared their views.
11 Feb 2012 - 3:23am | editor
Union Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal said that around 16 million children do not attend schools in the country. Addressing the convocation ceremony of Tezpur Central University on Friday, he said that the government has taken all possible steps to make them literate within this decade. Assam Governor J B Patnaik said the institution has attempted to strike a balance between global expansion of knowledge and national and regional aspirations. Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi who attended the function urged the students to work to change the society. The Governor presented degrees and diplomas to 1050 students of the university besides awarding doctorate degrees to 50 students.