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APA cadre arrested in Tamulpur

Security forces averted a major disaster in Nalbari district on Thursday when a hardcore Adivasi Peoples’ Army cadre was arrested.

Identified as Suleman Khan, he was apprehended during a combing operation by police and army in Kumarikata area in Tamulpur on Thursday morning. Two hand grenades along with some explosives were recovered from his possession.

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Shock and sensation at AMCH

9 May 2014 - 11:49am | AT News

Doctors at the Assam Medical College Hospital in Dibrugarh have threatened to sit in strike their safety and security in the duty hours.

Talking to Assam Times, the junior doctors said that if the Sarita Toshniwal case is murder then it is a fit case of security lapse.

They further demanded a thorough probe into the entire incident of how a doctor on duty was allegedly murdered with a surgical knife by cutting in her throat. That too in duty hours at the intensive care unit.

Some others slammed the college authority for deploying her alone at the ICU at night. “If the college authority does not listen to us, we have no option but to sit in strike immediately,” told a doctor to Assam Times.

Chopper noselands in Gohpur

14 Jul 2015 - 3:42pm | AT News

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The incident took place at Tetubari near Gohpur area in the morning. The Pawan Hans chopper was on its way to Guwahati from Itanagar.

Suddenly, the pilot found it difficult to remain on the air because of an inclement weather. Since there was no helipad nearby.

Then the chopper had an emergency landing on the road much to the major relief for 25 people who were travelling to Guwahati.   

Local residents in large number thronged the road immediately after the chopper noselanded. But there was no report of any casualty.  


Gogoi to contest 2016 polls

14 Jul 2015 - 1:03pm | AT News

Chief minister Tarun Gogoi makes it plan and simple on Tuesday that he would contest the next assembly polls early next year.  

Talking to reporters after attending a meeting with Rahul Gandhi in New Delhi on Tuesday, Gogoi said, “I would contest this time also.”

He said the party has yet to discuss the poll ticket and that they have time to take up these.