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Assam to join Himalayan mountaineering



For the first time, A mountaineer from Assam is set to scale the highest peak in the world — Mount Everest. Pranay Bordoloi, a senior journalist with a Guwahti based private satellite channel will join a 12-member international team on their mission to climb Mount Everest in mid-May. He will depart Guwahati in April. Talking to reporters on Friday, Bardoloi said that Wang Fu-Chou, an internationally acclaimed mountaineer of South Korea, will lead the 12- member team from Kathmandu, said Bordoloi. He will leave Guwahati for Kathmandu on 3 April to join the rest of the members of the team.


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Gogoi takes on PM on influx

7 Jun 2015 - 2:32pm | AT News

Chief minister Tarun Gogoi comes down heavily on Narendra Modi alleging that the prime minister did not raise the influx issue when he was on his visit to Dhaka which ends on Sunday.

In his twitter, Gogoi said if Modi and BJP want Assam immigrant free why he did not talk to the Bangladesh prime minister.

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Assam Cruises get coveted tourism award

1 Oct 2009 - 2:03pm | editor

Good news. Assam Cruises on the river Brahmaputra wins the coveted Tour of the Year Destination Development Awards in Japan. Operated by private sector Assam Bengal Navigation (ABN) cruise won the prize for promoting Brahmaputra river cruises on luxurious boats M V Charaidew and M V Sukapha for the Japanese market. According to information, the award was given by Japan Association of Travel Agents recently at the JATA World Congress in Tokyo.


The ABN's first river cruise was on Brahmaputra in 2003 and subsequent cruises were on Hoogly river in West Bengal began from 2005. The luxury river boats 'Charaidew' was commissioned with 12 air-conditioned en-suite cabins followed by the near identical 'Sukapha' in 2006.