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Gogoi slams Modi on Dadri incident

Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi lambasted Narendra Modi on Friday allegedly that the Prime Minister has been maintaining a stoic silence on the Dadri incident where a 50 year old man was pu t death amid speculation of keeping beef for consumption. 

In a statement issued in Guwahati, Gogoi said Modi’s silence is stoic which threatened to create a rift in society on communal lines. He said, “ the President who rarely intervenes had to step in to douse the flames that threatened to suck the country into the vortex of communal cauldron." Gogoi asserted. 

 

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HS results on May 30

25 May 2014 - 9:44am | AT News

The stages are set. The Assam Higher Secondary Education Council is all set to announce the results of the HS examinations  on May 30.

The council told Assam Times that the results of the examination conducted in February and March thus year would be available for the 2,60,000 candidates acorss the state at 10 in the morning.

The results for arts, science and commerce streams would be available on www.ahsec.org from 10 in the morning. This is apart from the result booklets to be available for the schools and colleges in the district and sub divisional headquarters.   

Notbly, the Board of Secondary Education, Assam will annunce the results of HSLC examinations on Wednesday   next.   

Subba to file nominations

21 Mar 2014 - 9:14am | AT News

Tezpur Congress leader Mani Kumar Subba is all set to file nominations as an independent candidate on Friday. 

AIUDF sources told Assam Times that Subba will get support of AIUDF workers in some reliable pockets.

The former Congress MP from Tezpur on Thursday took out a huge rally in Joimoti pothar where his supporters in large number pledged to ensure his victory in his upcoming polls.

Kaziranga adds new feature

10 Oct 2016 - 11:48am | AT News

Kaziranga has added a new feature on its cap when the famed abode of one horn rhino found place in KLM flight.

In a major boost to Assam’s tourism front, Boeing 777-300ER belonging to KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has added PH-BVO named after the Kaziranga National Park which flies in between New York & Amsterdam.

Talking to Assam Times in Guwahati, People's Science activist, science writer and environmental activist Mowsam Hazarika said that it was a part of a campaign to spread awareness.

In his tweet, Hazarika said, "We feel proud see the name of 'Kaziranga National Park' in one of your KLM flight. Thank you so much KLM . It will promote tourism of Assam."