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Social Science competition at Namrup

A social science cluster level exhibition is being organised by Kendriya Vidyalaya Namrup at Today at B.V.F.C.L Officers Club. The event featured cultural competition  and exhibition by students from 5 schools of Tinisukia area.

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Several organizations joined the All Assam Students’ Union and the Namrup Tai Ahom Students’ Union today and burned the effigy of Assam CM Tarun Gogoi protesting Naga aggression at Uriam Ghat. About 500 school and college students along with the commoners of Namrup joined the protest. The effigy was burnt near the Namrup Police Station. Protestors dared the CM and the police administration in their slogans.
Jeypore Rainforest, a sprawling forest landscape of Upper Assam, interspersed with the meandering Dihing River, is a hotbed of Bio-diversity that can rival the best tropical rainforest sites in South/South Asia. The second Jeypore Rainforest Festival, being organized jointly by Dibrugarh district administration and Assam Tourism Development Co-operation with three days programme began from February 17-19. First day the programme was started with colourful ethnic cultural procession. Hon'ble DoNER Minister Pawan Singh Ghatowar gracing the oceasion as the Chief Guest formally inaugurated the festival. The three-day-long event featured performance...
Dibrugarh District AASU blocked (Rajdhani Express) at Namrup railway station on Friday 8.30 pm to 9.45pm demanding for upgradation of Namrup Brahmaputra Valley Fertilizer Corporation 2nd and 3rd plant and set up a 4th plant.
A NAAC peer team comprising Dr Aribinda Kr. Das, Exve Kalyani University and presently Director International Quality Assurance cell (IQAC) Bardkaman University, Dr.Mehrajuddin Mir. Chairman Peer Team and Prof Dept of Law Kishmir University, Dr. M Nagarajun, Principal-Silvere Jublie Govt. College Karmool, Andra Pradesh, Member NAAC Peer Team a three days visit to Namrup College From Aug 25 to 27 for validation of reaccreditation respect (RAR). On first day the Peer Team interacted with the Principal, Namrup College Internal quality Assurance cell’s (IQAC) Chief Co-ordinator Prof P.R. Sadhanidara and additional co-ordinator Prof Jitu Buragohain respectively on different...
A straight contest among Congress-BJP-AGP are on the cards a 120 Naharkatia LAC of Dibrugarh District in first phase election to be held on April 4. Current MLA Pranati Phukan, AGP Naran Sonowal and BJP candidate Pradip Buragohain will also play vital roles in the forth coming election. On March 28, B.K.Handique Minister for DONER, attend an election rally at BVFCL play ground, and he emphasized on the all around development of the state in last 10 years under the Congress regine. Hera Handique mentioned that they are came forward to set up Namrup IV plant in BVFCL Namrup. Handique said that the proposal has been submitted to the Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizer New...
Candidates from the 120 Naharkatia Legislative Assembly Constituency segment in favour of their candidates include Pranati Phukan (Cong-I), Pradip Buragohain (BJP), Sasa Kamal Handique (CPM), Noran Sonowal (AGP), Karthik Tanti (NCP), Tirtha Gogoi (TMC) submitted their nomination in the District election offices for the ensuring Assembly polls. A total of 1,16,872 voters will exercise their franchise in 171 polling stations in this LAC. However, some Congress-I workers have strongly protested against the candidature of Pranati Phukan who has been representing this LAC since 1996 and defeating her nearest rivals in the last three Assembly elections consecutively.
The lone fertilizer industry of the entire Northeast, the Brahmaputra Vally Fertilizer Co-operation Ltd (BVFCL) at Namrup has been in the doldrums. So a general apathy by the government in revamping BVFCL has caused the AASU to take up agitation. Namrup district AASU members held mass rally near BVFCL Namrup on March 1 demanding modernization of the Namrup II and III manufacturing plants and setting up of a fourth plant. The organisation said the Congress-led government both at the centre and the the state are not showing much interest to revive and upgraded the plants. Now important note that, BVFCL's two units are currently producing urea as follows Unit II-290 metric tonnes...
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Preliminary work on elephant census has begun on February 20 at Jeypore Resurve Forest, which area is surrounded by Namsung, Buridehing and Dilli River. These area are divided into nine compartments as Dilli-Beat, Dilli-Sub Beat, Hukanjuri, Hugaripathar, Kothlguri, Hukanjuri, Jeypore, Nogaghat. This census work will be completed by February 26, inform by Forest Department of Namrup.
A free yoga camp was held on February 21 at Chowkidinghee with a huge gathering in the early morning. Swami Ramdev addresses the gathering and said that in 64 years since Independence corrupt politicians have robbed the nation. He said in these long period since our Independence we are yet to have our own set of laws to deal with crime and corruption. Swamiji called for a jury-based justice delivery system, as is practiced in many countries. He also called upon all to join hands in the fight against corruption in a non-violent way.