Adhyasradhya of ex MP Charan Narzary
KOKRAJHAR: Adhya sradhya of former MP Charan Narzary is going to be held at his Hatimata residence in Kokrajhar town on Sunday. Narzary breathed his last on July 23 due to age ailments.
He was the founding general secretary of the Plains Tribal Council of Assam (now defunct), former MLA from Kokrajhar east, former professor in Kokrajhar Govt College and associated with several organization. He was also well known writer in Bodo literature besides contributed a lot towards social uplifting in the region.
He was regarded as a prominent political leader among Bodo as well tribal peoples in the state. He born on 28th May in 1933 at Hatimata in Kokrajhar town.He was 86.
A memorial lecture on Narzary will be held on the occasion of adhyasradhya. President of Bodo Sahitya Sabha Taren Boro will attend on the occasion.
26 Jan 2015 - 6:00pm | editor
Hours after Tarun Gogoi allocated portfolios to his new council of ministers, the chief ministers exuded his confidence on Monday that the ministers would deliver the goods.
Talking to reporters in Guwahati in the afternoon, Gogoi said that he reposed full faith on the new council of ministers.
He however, has kept social welfare with him apart from retained home, finance portfolios.
7 Aug 2015 - 1:26pm | AT News
Yet another incident of witch-hunting sends no less shock and anger in Golaghat district where local residents mercilessly thrashed an old couple for witchery.
The incident took place at Bhagawan Tea Garden in Borpothar where local residents mercilessly beat up septuagenarian Ticksen Tati and his wife Ratani Orang at a public place on Thursday night.
A section of local villagers told Assam Times that a group of people dragged the couple out of their homes in the evening and charged the couple with practicing witchery.
They denied doing anything of the kind. A section of the people who thronged the spot thrashed them and vanished.
Barpothar police rescued the couple in critical condition to be rushed to the Kushal Konwar Civil Hospital where they have been battling for life.
8 Mar 2018 - 6:14pm | Akshaya Pranab Kalita
NAMRUP: Police and army claimed to have captured a hardcore ULFA-I rebel during a combing operation in Sonari who was among those threatening a section of coal traders in Nimonagarh and Tiru.
Acting on a tip off army troops based at Maibela and Sonari police raided the Hotel Seven Sister where they captured the rebel to be identified as Prasanta Chutia alias Tankeswar.
Police further seized a 9 MM pistol, live bullets, a map along with some other incriminating materials from his possession who hails from Lobginori area.
Interrogation is going on to extract more information on the rebel activities in the area.