Pathetic road condition in Namrup
A brief journey on the Namrup-Sonari road turns no less a nightmare these days suggesting a apathy of the authority for years.
The vital road that touches the Brahmaputra Valley Fertilizer Cooperation Limited, Assam Petrochemicals Limited and Namrup Thermal Power Plant assumes huge importance for many people in the industrial zone in upper Assam.
Moreover, a huge portion of the road is a safe route for many tourists from the country and abroad who have been finding it quite difficult to enjoy the journey.
The pathetic plight has, of late, forced these guests to prefer the Namrup-Naharkatia Road to avoid the sufferings.
The local residents here have been in touch with the authorities. But the things have remained unchanged. They hope the local MLA and Namrup authority would look into it.
12 Sep 2017 - 10:16am | AT News
The All A'chik Youth Federation Assam State Zone (AAYF ASZ) is unhappy with the Assam government for not recruiting teachers in LP School for the Garo Medium LP School.
In a statement sent to media on Monday, the organization slammed the government for recruitment of non Garo teachers in the Garo medium schools.
“How they will teach Garo students at the Garo medium LP Schools if the teachers donot know the language?We have requested education minister Dr. Himanta Bishwa Sharma to evict the non Garo teachers from the Garo Medium LP Schools who even cannot speak or explain Garo language properly.
Notably, the government has recruited many non Garo teachers in the Garo dominated areas in Goalpara and Kamrup districts.
“The problem has been existing for the last 20 years. Now it is time to act properly. This way, Garo language can’t be preserved or promote,” said the organization.
2 Jan 2009 - 3:37pm | editor
Parties cutting across the party barrier have condemned the serial blast in Guwahati minutes after it rocked the city.
Condemning the terrorist bomb blasts in Guwahati, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said that the government would root out terrorism taking the recent anti-terror measures to their logical conclusion.
In a statement he said the government will stay steadfast in its determination to root out terrorism and that the measures initiated recently in this direction will be taken to their logical conclusion.
He expressed his deep condolences to the near and dear ones of those killed in the blasts and sympatheis to those injured. Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, APCC, APYC, AGP,BJP, AASU and others also condmned the blast on the new year's day.
23 Nov 2010 - 3:29pm | Juthika Das
Indian Army in its endeavour to motivate youths to join Indian Army, organised a Lecture cum Talk on “Career in the Armed Forces” at “Dakshin Bijni Adarsh Vidyapeeth Higher Secondary School, Saudarvitha”. The awareness programme was attended by 450 students of different schools of the area. The awareness programme was held under the aegis of Army Camp, Saudarvitha of 12 Kumaon Regiment under Red Horn Division.
The lecture and Talk introduced the students to various career opportunities in the Armed Forces. The students were explained with the help of slide shows and overhead projector on career options for both males and females such as National Defence Academy (NDA), Combined Defence Services (CDS), Officers’ training Academy (OTA). The details on Qualification required for each entry and UPSC Exam being conducted next year were also told to the students. A video documentary on the lives of cadets during the training at IMA (Indian Military Academy), Dehradun was also shown to the students.
The students were also encouraged to focus upon their aim and strive hard for better results. An appeal was also made to all parents to guide their children towards the correct path and encourage the children to join the Armed Forces. The effort of the Army was highly appreciated by the students and school authorities. This endeavour by Army was quite fruitful as it motivated and inspired many students to join the Armed forces and made them aware of the opportunities available in Indian Army.