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Football: Halangbazaar beat Sikla, sail to final

HANTIGIRI NARZARY, KOKRAJHAR: Halangbazaar Indian Star Youth Sports Club in Kokrajhar beat Bardwi Sikla Sports Club from Kachugaon by 4-3 goals in tie breaker shots to storm into the final of the Kanakeswar Narzary Memorial Football Trophy at Rup Nath Brahma ground at Ramfalbill in Kokrajhar. Fwilao Basumatary scored his lone goal in 50th minutes on behalf of For Halangbazaar while Lwitw Basumatary of Bardwi Sikla reduced the goal scored in 75th minutes in the second half and led the match draw 1-1. Later,organisers conducted the match tie-breaker where Halangbazaar beat Bardwi Sikla by 4-3 goals. Barhungka Athletic Club,Kokrajhar will take on Laimwn Sports Club,Aflagaon in the second semi final on Saturday. …………………………..

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Marginal let up in flood scene

AJYCP members distribute relief materials to flood affected people at Teok
3 Aug 2016 - 5:47pm | AT News

Water levels of the river Brahmaputra and its tributaries start receding. But the level of misery of the flood-hit people keeps surging on every passing day.

The flood waters in many areas have gone following the halt of the paralyzing rains. But the affected people have yet to go back as they are yet to get out of the blues.

Many other places in the worst-hit Dhemaji, Lakhimpur, Sonitpur, Jorhat, Dibrugarh, Tinsukia, Sivasagar, Golaghat, Moriogaon, Baksa, Kokrajhar, Bapeta, Nalbari and Dhubri are still reeling under waters.

The famed Kaziranga National park is expected to be clear of floods only after 10-15 days. Many wild animals have been washed away from Kaziranga, Manas and Pobitora by the flood waves.
The government claims to has been providing relief materials to the flood affected people who have been rendered homeless. If the weather remains clear, more areas would be cleared of flood.

AGP-BJP meet underway in Delhi

29 Jan 2009 - 6:46pm | editor

The AGP-BJP seat sharing is concluding in Delhi on Thursday morning without arriving at a consensus. But both the parties have decided to fight unitedly against Congress in the upcoming Lok Sabha poll.

The Asom Gana Parishad leaders are holding a brainstorming round of talks with BJP central leaders in Delhi to finalise the seat sharing deal for the upcoming Lok Sabha poll. According to our correspondent in Delhi, the meeting is underway in Delhi at the residence of BJP president Rajnath Singh where AGP leaders are present.

The BJP stalwarts include Rajnath Singh, Sushma Swaraj while AGP leaders present in the meeting include MPs Sarbananda Sonowal, Dr Arun Sarma, Birendra Prasad Baishya along with Chandra Mohan Patowary and other senior leaders.

Notably, the deal has been finalised for only four seats...two each for BJP and AGP. The AGP retains Dibrugarh and North Lakhimpur while Nagaon have gone to BJP.

NDFB-S denies involvement

13 Jul 2014 - 9:01am | AT News

NDFB-S militants have vehemently denied the allegations of their involvement in the Baksa incident where four traders were believed to have been killed on Friday evening.

In a statement, the anti-talk faction of the Bodo insurgent outfit blamed it all on the on going crisis within the Congress legislative body.

Publicity secretary NE Esara said that the government has been using the Muslims and the Bodos for safety and security of their political purpose.