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Punishment for nuisance offence

The Shillong police have fined three persons Rs 5000 each alleging offence of nuisance under the influence of alcohol in two different case in the capital city. The first incident took place on August 19 at night  when police picked up Sujjit Singh for nuisance under the influence of alcohol at Keating Road.

 The CJM court in Shillong convicted him with a fine of Rs.5, 000. In yet another case on the same ay, police picked up Panbir Ray Wahlang and Denis Swer for the offence of nuisance under the influence of alcohol at Lachumiere near Horse Shoe building. The CJM Court  in Shillong sentenced them to a payment of fine Rs.5,000/ each. Any default of payment would force them to a undergo simple Imprisonment of 2 days.

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Non violence day in Baksa

2 Oct 2015 - 7:40pm | Hantigiri Narzary

The All Bodo Students Union ( ABSU ) observed International non violence day on the Gandhi Jayanti, birth anniversary of Mahandas Karamchand Gandhi on Friday at Gobardhana Kushrabari in Baksa district.

BTC MCLA Anip Basumatary paid floral tribute at a huge gathering while Dipen Boro hoisted union flag on the occasion. Baksa Deputy Commissioner Mahananda Hazarika attended the function as special guest, Rezaul Karim Sarkar, general secretary of AAMSU, former Rajya Sabha MP Urkhao Gwra Brahma, ABSU general secretary Lawrence Islary were present on the day.

Irrespective of caste, creed and language thronged the observation. The students union has been organising the international non violence day since 2007 and was working for the social integration among all sections of community in the state, said Lawrence Islary, general secretary ABSU.

15 books unveiled in International Book fair

17 Mar 2017 - 11:36pm | AT News

As many as 15 books were released on the second day of the ongoing International Book fair cum literary festival, cultural exchange, food festival being held held at Bagduar Nwgwr, Bijni in Chirang district on Friday.

The international event has been coincided with the celebration of 33rd foundation day of the Bodo Writers' Academy, an organization of Bodo writers in the state of Assam. Several book stalls from different parts of the the country,apart from state,including National Book Trust(NBT),Tripura,West Bengal are participated in the event.

Bijay Baglary,president of the academy hoisted flag in the morning followed floral homage to martyrs on the occasion  by Rajen Basumatary,vice president of the academy.Dr Subungcha Mwshahary,vice president of the academy paid floral tribute toTengfakhri,a legendary heroin of Bodo in the morning.

Several books written and published by different publications were unveiled which included Rebgon,a souvenir of the reception committee on the occasion. Manindra Chandra,SDO(civil),Dhansri unveiled the Rebgon souvenir of the reception committee that brought out on the occasion.Former MLA Rakeswar Brahma also released  two-books written by Dr Rupali Swargiyary, noted writer.

A lecture on the topic of vision & mission of the Bodo Writers’ Academy was held with Bijay Baglary. Rakhao Basumatary,noted writer,Rajendra Nath Boro,president Boro Somaj,Ughen Raften,secretary of India Bhutan Friendship Association(BIFA) graced as speakers on the occasion.

Dr Rupali Swargiary, noted writer of Baksa district was conferred Asha Mushahary Literary Award for her Khwmsi Okrangao Gwrlwi Okhapwr book (short story).The award comprises of cash 10,000,citation and momento.

Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal will grace as chief guest while Hagrama Mohilary, BTC chief will be attending as inaugurator on the open session on the concluding day of the event on March 23.

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