When will Anup Chetia be back to his birthplace? Again this question hits media headline after a brief silence. The answer is uncertain. New Delhi and Dhaka have been holding several rounds of meetings. But the solution eludes time and again.
The issue figured in the home secretary level bilateral talks in New Delhi on Tuesday. Despite repeated requests, Dhaka refused to indicate anything. As the issue came up for discussion,
Bangladesh home secretary Dr Md Mozammel Haque Khan avoided the plea and instead mounted pressure for ratification of the Land Boundary Agreement (LBA).
When the direct reply was sought from the reporters, Bangladesh Home Secretary Mozammel Haque Khan said that the top ULFAleader will be returned which is nothing new.
Union Home Secretary LC Goyal, his Secretary for Border Management Sneh Lata Kumar, and Director General of Border Security Force DK Pathak attended the meeting.
ONGC extends financial assistance of 7 Crores to Assam Medical College and Hospital, Dibrugarh under their CSR initiative for setting up Catheterization laboratory and facilities for open heart surgery. The said project is likely to be complited soon. B.K. Barooah, ED/Asset Manager of ONGC Assam Asset was invited by the Assam Medical College Hospital as the chief guest during the signing of MoU ceremony amids presence of other senior officers from Assam Asset on May 28.
Enajoree.com is organizing an essay competition ‘Reflexion 2010, to commemorate the death anniversary of the renowned Assamese littérateur and film director Dr. Bhabendra Nath Saikia. The competition has been organized at the International level under two age groups, the junior group is from 13 to 18 and the senior age group is from 19 to 28 years.
The theme for the junior section “Assam of my Dream”. For the senior section the theme is “In my view, three fundamental problems of Assam and their practical solutions”. The participants can address any three fundamental problems faced by Assam along with their solutions which are constructive and effective. The participants can participate from all over the world and the prize for the first, second and third ranks in the Junior section has been fixed as Rs. 5000/-, 3500/- and 2000/- along with a certificate. For the senior section the prize for the first three ranks are &7500/-. 5000/- and 3000/- along with a certificate. The competition will take place in both Assamese and English language and the last date of submission of the essays is July 25. The essays can be sent either by post or email. The participants from the junior section have to send a proof from the Head of their Institution as their age proof. For the senior section, the participants will have to submit a photocopy of any government to legal document as age proof. For the entries sent by email, a scanned copy of the age proof has to be sent.
The essays have to be sent in the following address: Enajori.com, c/o Srishti, First Floor, G R Kalita Commercial Complex,Skylab Building, Opposite to SBI, South Guwahati Branch, Ulubari, Guwahati-7. Email entries: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Security forces claimed to have killed yet another NDFB(S) militant-responsible for the gory Adivasicarnage in December last year. Identified as Rinsar Narzary alias Gaitha, he was killed at an encounter at Amteka area in Chirang district on Tuesday wee hours. The encounter took place in the wee hours during a joint operation by police and CRPF's Cobra battalion. Police further claimed top havre captured one 9 mm Browning pistol, one 36 HE (high explosive) grenades, one magazine, five live rounds and four fired rounds.