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Zubeen Garg's film Kanchenjongha to release on Sep 6

KOKRAJHAR: Heartthrob Jubin Garg today visited at Bhotgaon in Kokrajhar to promote his upocoming film Kanchenjongha to be released on 6th September next.

Thousands of fans gathered at the Bhotgaon ground to mee their heartthrob.

Jubin was accorded warm welcome at Bhotgaon where he erformed a song.

He said that his film Kanchenjongha is going to be released on 6th September in the state.

He has expressed his hopeful that his film is getting full support and acceptable among viewers in days to coming.

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Three held with 105 gelatin sticks in Udalguri

28 Jun 2017 - 8:21pm | AT Staff Reporter

The recent recovery of huge numbers of gelatin sticks from three persons at Rowta in Udalguri district has alerted police and civil administration.

According to information, acting on a tip off, Udalguri police apprehended three persons namely-Najumullah, Moidul and Fajar Ali at Rowta,under Rowta police station along with 105 numbers of highly explosive gelatin sticks from their possession on June 27.

When asked about their links to any jihadi organisation, Rajveer Sing, Superintendent of police Udalguri told media that the persons were not directly involved with any extremist organization.People suspect that they could have been working as vendors supplying gelatin sticks or any other explosive materials like detonators etc at good prices.It needs mention that gelatin sticks and detonators have been used mostly by PWD or other government departments for construction purposes and the laborers somehow managed to steal some explosives to be sold to extremists organizations. Police action has been welcomed by people.

Uneasy calm in Dima Hasao

10 Sep 2015 - 9:04pm | AT News

Blazing gunfire again seems to have buried the hopes of people in Dima Hasao district. Terror shadow falls again on the peace loving people atop the hills district.

Dima Hasao police claimed to have killed three insurgents at an encounter on Thursday. The encounter took place at Karachand area in Basabari in the wee hours where DHD(A) dreaded leaders Nigu Fonglu, Sibu Kamprai were killed on the spot. The third insurgent was from KPLT who also killed in the encounter.  Police further seized arms and ammunition from the spot.       

 

Trouble brews for Neiphu Rio

9 Feb 2018 - 10:16am | AT News Dimapur

 KOHIMA: All is not well with NDPP where the supremo of the newly floated party in Nagaland suffers serious setback in the run up the assembly polls slated for February 27.

 He is none other than Neiphu Rio, the former chief minister, who hits a major road block with stunning allegations leveled against him by the ruling NPF. Amid an escalating pre poll heat and dust, NPF has moved the Election Commission accusing Rio of trying to forcibly prevent a ruling party candidate from filing nominations triggering widespread acrimony in the entire pre poll political landscape in the north eastern state.

According to a joint complaint by NPF General Secretary cum Nodal Officer to ECI, S. Akho Leyri, the NDPP Chief Ministerial candidate hired some of his party activists at Nerhema in Kohima district on Wednesday who blocked the road ,bereft of any reason, as NPF Chupfu-o Sense was on his way to file the nomination before the returning officer based at Chiephobozou on Wednesday.

Many organizations, social activists and individuals have strongly condemned Rio for his alleged unlawful attempt to get the road blocked only to halt his rival party candidate. In a statement, the Nerhema Youth & Sports Association has slammed the former chief minister for disrupting the rights of his opponent.

 

President Nouvilie Rülho, General Secretary Neilhouvolie Chatsu, Vice President V. Kengurüse and Assistant General Secretary Khriezo Chadi have simply warned Rio of dire consequences if the NDPP chief keeps disturbing his rival party candidates. “The Youth body would 'not remain a mere spectator to such sinister actions,” said the organization.