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BVFCL Model HS School shows flying colors in HS exam

Namrup:  BVFCL Model HS School has stolen the march in the HS examination which was declared on Saturdayt with cent per cent success drawing huge applause from all fronts. In  the second  batch of the school appeared in the science and arts streams conducted by the Assam Higher Secondary  Education   Council where the pass percentage is 100%.

In arts 15 candidates appeared in between that 12 students secured 1st  division and 3 students in 2nd division as well as in science stream total 9 candidates appeared from here 3 students secured 1st division and 6 students secured 2nd division .

In science stream total 13 candidates appeared and the pass percentage is  84.6 %  and  in arts stream  total 116 candidates appeared and the pass percentage is 89.66 % .

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BJP stages protest on BTAD violence

28 Jul 2012 - 3:17am | editor
BJP on Friday blamed it all on Dispur for not taking timely action to rein in the ethnic violence in Assam. BJP activists staged a protest rally in New Delhi on Friday condemning the clash that took a heavy toll in Kokrajhar and Chirang districts. The protestors shouted slogans alleging the utter inefficiency of the state government.

Party leader Vijay Goel accused state government of a delayed action in the deployment of army in the disturbed areas. He further held the illegal migrants responsible for the clash.

NTPC Salakati workers boycot duty

27 Jul 2015 - 7:51pm | Hantigiri Narzary

The constrctual worker and laboureres engaged with the Bongaigaon Thermal Power Project Corporation (BNTPC) situated at Salakati in Kokrakjhar carried out a 72 hours boycotted duties starting from Monday morning and stayed away from duty for negligence of local candidate appointment in the project by the NTPC authority. 

The strike was held under the banner of Salakati Social Action Committee whch has been demanding for employment for the local people in the Group B, C and D since long time.

The project that was approved in the year 2008 a cost of Rs. 4,720.40 crore with the total of 750 Mega Watt, three units with 250 MW each. The foundation stone of the project was laid by the Prime Minister of India Dr. Man Mohan Singh on January 14, 2006 as a gift to newly formed Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC). The project which is built at the old Bongaigaon Thermal Power Station (BTPS) site in the district in an area of 894 hectare of land is progressing.

Derhasat Basumatary, President of the Salakati Social Action Committee said the organization has been demanding for employment for the local people in the Group B, C and D since a long time but the authority is betraying, the NTPC authority has have not maintain the guide line of the project agreement by the state government, where large number of candidate has been appointed in the project depriving the local people from outside of the state.  

On the other hand the Group General Manager - U Chakrabarty said that as per agreement guidelines by the state government, NTPC and local authorities the NTPC has been recruiting for various post posts. 

He also mentioned that a meeting with BTC administration and NTPC would be held at New Delhi regarding the demands.

Later, the Salakati Social action Committee has suspended the 72 hours strike after receiving a invitation to participate in the meeting.

Panic strikes in Ultapani

24 Dec 2014 - 5:54pm | Hantigiri Narzary

Hundreds of people both from Adivasi and Bodo community have been taking shelter at SSB camps at Saralapara and Ultapani a day after NDFB-S militants unleashed violence in the area killing 25 people on Tuesday evening.

Talking to reporters, Kokrajhar police said that 5 bodies were recovered from Pakhriguri in Serfanguri. Twelve in
Ultapani along with eight others from Lungsung area bordering Bhutan.

At least 10 injured people have been battling for life in the hospitals in Kokrajhar and Bongaigaon. Police on Wednesday morning recovered 2 empty cartridges of AK 47 rifles from Ultapani area.

Kokrajhar DC Thaneswar Malakar, MLA Pramila Rani Brahma, BTC executive members Derhasat Basumatary, MonoKumar Brahma visited
Ultapani, Saralpara and Lungsung area and took stock of the situation on Wednesday. Talking to Assam Times, officials said that administration has taken stern measures to deal with these incidents. He said that the situation was under
control.

Bodies which were recovered today from No.1 & No.2: Santhipur of Ultapani and Lngsung were identified as Machis Tudu(60),Karnilian Murmu(5),Lakhi Soren(12),Lupsri Kisku(3),Takur Soren(70),Pindula Soren(60),Pulmoni Tudu(70),Paran Murmu(1),Sunila Hasda(16),Lilima Hasda(17),Som Hembrom(2),Randhan Soren(70),Subash Talukdar(Galokganj,Dhubri) and Sangkhar Talukdar(Bajugaon,Gossaigaon),Raja
Hasda(45),Pisla Murmu(45),Mitias Hasda(29),Lukas Soren(40),Kobras Hembrom(45),Promila Kisku( 16),Rinta Mardi(40) and Sunil Hembrom(45).