Dima Hasao election: result as on 2:20 pm
# 23-Harangajao Constituency: Winning candidate- Amendu Hojai, Indipendent candidate of Dima Hasao Dol.
# 5-Jinam Constituency- Laltlansang Hmar, Indipendent candidate of Indigenous People's Party.
# Hangrum Constituency: Winning candidate- Ihuing Pame, Independent candidate of Indigenous People's Party.
# Borail Constituency: Winning candidate- Athong Lienthang, Independent candidate of Indigeneous People's Party.
(IPP is not a registered political party, yet)
Crowd outside Returning Officers Building, Haflong, on the day of Counting of votes for the 11th N.C Hills Autonomous Council Election 2013.
3 Feb 2013 - 3:28pm | Anup Biswas
To commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, the students of Kendriya Vidyalaya and Jawhar Navadaya, Haflong organised a spectacular procession at Haflong on Sunday.
The procession was flagged off by Sri P S Arora, Commanding Officer, 25 Assam Riffle, Haflong in presence of Principal, Teachers, Guardians and the students of both KVS and JNV.
The procession was taken out from the premises of Cultural Institute Hall marched through Synod Turn, Sambudhan Rotary, Don Bosco then converged at Ramkrisha Mission campus.
The procession was led by several students dressed in Swamiji’s dress and was participated by students, Teachers, Guardians and others prominent personalities of Haflong.
The people of different communities while taking part in the procession were shouting ‘Swamiji amar rahe, ‘jab tak suraj chand rahega- swamiji ka nam rahega’ Bharat ka gaurab kyasa ho- swamiji jeisa ho’.
2 Mar 2009 - 7:26am | editor
BJP Krishak Morcha has alleged that the UPA government and the Centre and the Assam Government in Dispur have not done enough for the well being of the farmer.
Talking to reporters on Sunday in Guwahati, BJP farmer cell general secretary Raghavendra Sarma called the UPA government’s loan waiver nothing but a poll gimmick. Sarma arrived in Guwahti to participate in two farmers’ rally in Guwahati and Rangiya on Monday and Tuesday. Sarma is scheduled to attend a meeting of the farmers at fancy Bazar on Monday. This would be followed by another farmers rally March 3 in Rangiya.
21 May 2009 - 9:09am | editor
The poll battered Asom Gana Parishad topguns are holding a crucial meeting in Guwahati to discuss the post poll situation in the state.
According to information, the steering body meeting is discussing the party's poll debacle and the probable reasons behind this. A section of leaders is understood to have expressed resentment over the alliance with BJP and allowing some vital seats to BJP in the name of seat sharing deal with the national party.
Notably, the party had to faced stool defeat in the just concluded Lok sabha polls with one seat while it lost to Congress in Lakhimpur and Dibrugarh.