ABMSU new committee took oath
The new committee of the All BTAD Minority Students Union (ABMSU), which was formed recently in its annual session in Udalguri, took oath of office on Sunday at a programme held Kashipara union office in Kokrajhar. Moynul Haque, founder president of the students union and chaired the session, administered the oath taking ceremony in the presence publics and union members.
Sayed Sahabudding Sheik and Lafikul Islam Ahmed, president and general secretary, both retained their portfolios for second term respectively took oath of office and secrecy along with other executive members. Sheik and Ahmed said that the students union wax working for the welfare of the community in the region to build a healthy society.
The leaders have eyed equal and integrate society among various communities resides in the region as well in the state to gain more development. The students union leaders urged govt to take firm actions against rising jehadi and militancy activities in the state which are creating resented.
4 Nov 2017 - 10:24pm | AT New Delhi
The Assam government has announced a slew of steps to uplift the agriculture and horticulture sector. This was what Additional Chief Secretary and Agricultural Production Commissioner, KK Mittal said in New Delhi on Saturday. Attending the ongoing World Food India, Mittal said the upcoming horticultural entrepreneurs of Assam would get all sorts of schematic support for development of value chain for the benefit of farmers in the field of agriculture and horticulture .
He met several Agri-Horticulture entrepreneurs, who participated in the World Food India, 2017.
On the other hand, Prabin Hazarika, Director of Horticulture and Food Processing, Assam along with Mowsam Hazarika, Assistant Director of Agriculture, Khagendra Sarmah, SDAO ( Hort )and Bakul Saikia, Senior ADO and Nodal Officer, FPC has discussed with Joost A W van Dalen , Director International Marketing & Acquisition, Province Noord- Holland , Nederland regarding technology support in the field of horticulture in Assam, at World Food India Exhibition, New Delhi today (4.11.17). They also discussed regarding export possibilities of Agri-Horticulture produces of Assam to Dubai with Rakesh Kumar Gambhir, Country Director, Government of Dubai. During the both discussion, they agreed to render all sorts of relevant cooperation in the respective fields.
Naoaki Miyauchi and Kaishu Endo of Endoseian Co. Limited of Japan has expressed their interest to import organic molasses of Assam from Jirsong Agro Producer Company Limited, Diphu, Karbi Anglong, Assam at World Food India , 2017 held in New Delhi.
8 Dec 2012 - 4:25am | editor
An interesting study claimed to have found that climate change leads to natural disasters affect the livelihood options of people in the state. According to the study carried out by the Centre for Environment, Social and Policy Research in collaboration with the Indian Network on Ethics and Climate Change, the impact of the climate change is most pronounced among marginalised women, but it has also pushed people from prosperous families into taking up work of domestic assistance and daily wage labour. The study was conducted in the six flood-affected districts of Sonitpur, Baksa and Dibrugarh, Lakhimpur, Jorhat and Morigaon.
25 Mar 2018 - 9:16pm | AT News
BIJOY K BURAGOHAIN
JORHAT: Hundreds of people hit the streets in Golaghat demanding Justice for the minor girl in Dhing whom three miscreants gangraped and burnt alive on Friday afternoon.
Organized by the Golaghat unit of Asom Premi Yuva Chatra Samaj, over 500 local residents spilled to the roads asking the authority to immediately arrest the main culprit Zakir Hussain, who is still on the run.
The participating protestors demanded capital punishment for the perpetrators saying that this measure is the only way to firmly deal with these raising cases of rape and murder.
The incident took place in Lalung Gaon where Zakir along with two juvenile gangraped a minor girl inside her house and burnt her alive who succumbed to injuries on the way to Guwahati.