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2 held in Chirang

Kokrajhar: Security forces apprehended two youths who were allegedly involved in arms dealing from Basugaon area in Chirang district on Sunday morning.

Based on an inputs about movement of youths,security forces belonging to Assam police and 15 Garhwal Riffles of Indian Army, have carried out a search operation along the Basugaon area in

Chirang police apprehended the  two youths who were moving towards Basugaon town.

The arrested duo were identified as Parman Ali and Mafizul Islam of Mozabari under Sidli Police Station in Chirang district.

A country made pistol, five rounds of  live ammunitions and cash Rs.55,000/- were  recovered from their possession.

Parman is a known criminal and was earlier arrested in connection with kidnapped case in the area.

The arrested persons got the arms from a person at Ranchaidham area and were bringing them to Basugaon to sell.

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Protest Rally at Maibang

19 Aug 2012 - 1:26am | Anup Biswas

Demanding immediate restoration of electricity and proper water supply etc. the students community of Maibang organised a protest rally at Maibang on Friday.


Thousands of students from different colleges, schools of Maibang took out a procession from Dishru Cultural Club Play ground marched through the major parts of Maibang town converged at the Office of SDO (civil). They also submitted a memorandum to the Governor of Assam through the SDO(Civil), Maibang.


Mention may be made here that the people of Maibang Sub-Division are deprived of electricity since June 26th last. They had also boycotted I Day celebration to register their grievances but the authority concerned seemed to be ignorant about their problems, they alleged.


They further warned if the electricity was not restored immediately they would be compelled to close all the government offices in Maibang. Talking to this correspondent Sri Ashok Langthasa, President, Dishru Cultural Club disclosed the Chief Executive Member, Dima Hasao Autonomous Council Sri Debojeet Thaosen following the boycott of I Day met the power minister Sri Pradyut Bordoloi who has assured that the electricity in Maibang would be restored within 48 hours and one AGM of ASEB would camp at Maibang till the restoration was done. Langthasa also thanked the CEM for his initiative in this matter.

Golden Jubilee preparation of Kolongporiya Aalochana Chakra

12 Aug 2010 - 4:08am | DigantaTalukdar

The one of the oldest literary organization of Assam, Kolongporiya Aalochana Chakra of Nagaon will celebrate its 50th anniversary in the month of September this year. The organization was established in the year 1961 by some of the well-known literary personalities of Nagaon. To promote the literary activities in the state, the organization has been working since its establishment day .To carryout the celebration of golden jubilee, a reception committee has been formed at the meeting which held at Govt. Boys Higher Secondary School Nagaon in the month of July The programs of the year long celebration, from September 2010 to September 2011 has also been fixed in the meeting as stated by Pranjal Bordoloi, the convener of Golden Jubilee Celebration Committee. For successful celebration of the year long programme, Dr Sanjib Kr Borkakati was selected as president, Professor Muhiuddin Ahmed as working president, Haren Hazarika as general secretary and Pranjal Bordoloi, Gita Saikia Bharali and Budhen Kumar Saikia as Assistant General Secretaries of the celebration committee. In the month of September, the organization will hold its inaugural function. In the month of October, the organization will hold a literary workshop at Borjoha, some 15 km away from Nagaon In November the organization will present Kolongporiya Xahitya Award along with the release of the journal “Kolong Jyoti”. The organization will also release a book written by its members in the month of December. Beside all, the organization will also organize literary competitions, felicitation program and Dr. Sarbeswar Rajguru memorial lecture respectively.

ST status: Govt facing wrath

24 Mar 2015 - 8:54pm | AT News

Six ethnic communities are up in arms against the Centre and state government after their demand for ST status was turned down citing lack of required criteria.

The All Assam Tai Ahom Students Union threatens to launch a massive agitation in Delhi and Dispur alleging that the government has failed to keep its promises.

Talking to Assam Times in Dispur on Tuesday, AATASU leaders said that they are fully prepared to face eventuality if the Ahoms do not get ST status.  

“We will stage dharna even in New Delhi if need be. It is our due. Both BJP and Congress have prised a lot before the polls. But only to woo the voters,” said a senior AATASU leader who was in Dispur to stage dharna in protest against the Centre’s decision.

Koch Rajbanshi students are equally angry with the Centre’s denial of ST status. Talking to Assam Times that they said that they won’t remain silent if the government fails to keep its poll promises.

“We won’t wait for indefinite period. We only demand our due. Why the Centre needed so long period to reject the demand,” said a senior Koch Rajbanshi student leader who would soon hit the streets.

Same sentiments echoed when Muttock student leaders told Assam Times after the Centre rejected the demand for ST status along with five other communities.

The Muttock student leaders blamed both Delhi and Dispur for the impasse. “Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has failed to properly take  up the issue with the Centre to keep his promises which he has been making for the last ten years. BJP can’t escape the responsibility for it as they made lots of promises in the time of electioneering,” said a Muttock student leader.