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Akhil all out against APSC

KMSS is going all out against Assam Public Service Commission alleging rampant corruption that cripple the organization.
The organization will stage hunger strike in front of the APSC office premises on June 15 demanding immediate replacement of chairman Rakesh Paul apart from a CBI probe into the alleged scam in the civil service examinations where several candidates managed to get selection with doubtful eligibility.

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Gangrape accused confess crime

6 Sep 2015 - 8:44am | AT News

The Sonapur gangrape accused confessed to have committed the crime after police caught them on Friday night. During police interrogation, one of the duo said that the victim was his classmate and that he and his friend took her on their car to be gangraped at Byrnihat in Meghalaya.

They warned her of dire consequences if she disclosed their names and dumped her in Ural villages along the Assam-Meghalaya border early in the morning. After confirmation, police arrested the accused on Saturday.

Fresh trouble for Rio as NPP withdraws support

7 Mar 2018 - 10:09pm | AT News

KOHIMA: Fresh trouble brews for Neiphu Rio a day before the swearing in ceremony. In a high voltage drama  on Wednesday evening National Peoples Party has withdrawn support to the NDPP led coalition.

In a letter to governor PB Acharya, Nagaland NPP president Ato Yepthomi urged him not to consider the earlier letter of support since there was no consent from the party high command.
NPP earlier promised with go with NDPP-BJP alliance with two of their MLAs. With this, Rio falls short of two MLAs to touch the magic number a day before the swearing in ceremony.

Udalguri students visit histirical sites

25 Oct 2014 - 7:52pm | Jayanta Kumar Das

Fifteen students and two teachers of Udalguri district returned after successful completion of a 11 days National Integration Educational cum Recreational Tour of the cities of Jaipur, Alwar and Jodhpur on Wednesday.

The National Integration Tour, under the aegis of the Red Horns Division of the Indian Army was flagged off from the banks of river Golandi on 11 Oct 14. For the young students, many of them from remote villages of Udalguri, it was a sojourn to the land of Forts, Palaces and Kings.

The enthusiastic children got an opportunity to see the famous Jai Mahal, Umed Bhawan Palace, Amer Fort and even the Sariska Tiger Reserve Forest to name a few.

At Jaipur, the students also got an opportunity to visit the Raj Bhawan and interact with the Honorable Governor of Rajasthan Kalyan Singh. The Children reached back to Udalguri on the day of Diwali and a grand reception was organised for them later on 24 Oct 14 at Rangiya. Here the students interacted and were felicitated by the GOC of the Gajraj Corps in a brief ceremony.

The enthusiastic children were all praise for such an adventurous trip organised for them and were eager to share their wonderful experience. The students admitted that the tour was enlightening and they would always cherish the memory of this tour which helped them to get to know about the rich diversity and culture of our nation.