Believers Eastern Church Satgaon Mission Diocese Cleanliness Drive
In an effort to contribute in Prime Minister’s Narendra Modi clarion call against single use plastic and to pay rich tribute to Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi on his 150th birth anniversary.
Believers Eastern Church Satgaon Mission Diocese, Lanka hit to the streets of Lanka town with an extensive cleanliness drive on Wednesday. The drive began from railway station culminated at main market with a special focus against single-use plastic goods .
“We have launched an extensive cleanliness campaign involving workers, Sister of Compassion, woman and Youths coming from different Parishes Under Satgaon Mission Diocese,” Diocese In charge, Rev Fr Thangho D said.
The participants turned out in large numbers and pledged for a neat and cleaner India. Taking the broom to sweep the streets, cleaning up the garbage, the event was used to pledged to the citizens for a neat and cleaner India and bring awareness for use single plastic.
Holding a placard with the word 'Save Earth,Ban Plastic' and 500 Single use Cotton bag were disturbed to the shopkeepers at Lanka town.
16 Jun 2014 - 9:57am | Monosh Hojai
About five cadres of disbanded Dimasa militant outfits have floated a new group and launched a massive extortion drive in Haflong and Maibang sub divisions of the troubled Dima Hasao district in Assam. Dima Hasao police have told the government’s home department about the newly floated group and an operation is on to catch the leaders. The outfit — Dima Hasao National Army — has its own letterheads and other items, including two pistols.
The development came to light just a week after another newly floated militant group killed Hamren superintendent of police Nityananda Goswami in an ambush in neighbouring Karbi Anglong district. As alleged, that group too has been formed by disbanded leaders of another militant outfit.
Dima Hasao police on Sunday said the fact came to light during the recent arrest of a Dimasa youth from Topodisa near Haflong, who allegedly attempted to collect money demanded in the name of the new outfit. The police recovered three extortion letters from the arrested youth.
“We have received several complaints from businessmen, government employees and villagers about the fresh extortion drive. Operations are on to catch the leaders behind the new group,” said Dima Hasao superintendent of police B. Rajkhowa. Rajkhowa, however, refused to give details about the present cadre strength of the outfit.
7 Dec 2017 - 9:51am | AT News
GUWAHATI: The All Assam Students Union is convening a brainstorming session with the ethnic groups on December 13 in Guwahati to discuss the NRC draft to be published on December 31, 2017.
Talking to Assam Times over telephone AASU leaders said the meeting needs to be convened in view of the rumours and apprehension which is spreading nook and corner of the state. They said the meeting would try to build confidence in the minds of the ethnic groups and tribes who have been resorting to misapprehension. “We want to spread the message of confidence. Those genuine lots have nothing to fear,” said the leaders.
NRC officials have stepped up door to door verification process to meet the deadline on December 31, 2017.
5 Feb 2015 - 11:03am | AT News
The CBI probe into the Saradha scam reached a crucial phase after the country’s premier investigation agency arrested Matang Sinh.
Union home secretary Anil Goswami had to lose his job for allegedly trying to protect the former Union minister for the last couple of months.
Singh is believed to have made some sensational revelations to confirm the nexus with a number of political leaders and top bureaucrats in the multi crore scam.
CBI is set to book two more powerful Congress political leaders who were interrogated two months back.