NE Delhi’s top priority: Kohli
Amid an aroused controversy over special status category for the north east, a central BJP leader claimed to have given thrust on the entire region. He is none other Nilon S Kohli who in Shillong told media people on Thursday that PMO has been directly handling the affairs of the region since it came to power.
“Our ministers have been frequently visiting the north eastern region to monitor the process of development,” said Kohli who is on a visit to Meghalaya to campaign for the GHADC polls slated for Sunday.
He slammed the Meghalaya government for failing to live up to the expectation saying that the Mukul Sangma government has failed to implement central government programmes.
12 May 2015 - 3:19pm | AT News
Police claimed to have found some clue on non stopped rhino poaching in Kaziranga when they held a person in Jakhalabandha on Tuesday.
Identified as Abdul Hamid, he was arrested from his residence during a late night operation. Many sensational revelations are believed to have surfaced during the marathan interrogation.
6 Aug 2012 - 2:58am | Ranen K Goswami
A Guwahati Doordarshan team on Saturday visited two relief camps in the violence-hit Kokrajhar district, distributed relief materials among the inmates and expressed solidarity with them.
Debendra Nath Basumatary, Deputy Director General, programme, Doordarshan Kendra, Guwahati, led a team of DDK employees to the trouble-hit Kokrajhar district of Assam, where they visited two relief camps. The first visit was to Rupnath Brahma Memorial High School camp at Gambari Bil. The camp inmates were Bodos. Explaining the reason behind the visit, Basumatary said a sense of fellow-feelings and humanity had brought the team near the people who suffered. The team also had a mission to promote a sprit tolerance and a sense of universal brotherhood between diverse groups of people.
The next visit was to Bhotgaon High School camp at Jaipur. Here the inmates were members of the religious minority. Talking to the victims, Basumatary expressed the hope that peace and tranquility would ultimately prevail in the society. In the holy month of Ramadan, nothing could be a better prayer to the Almighty than this, he added.
The materials the DDK team distributed in the camps included rice, dal, potatoes, sugar, salt, tea leaves, biscuits, mosquito nets, mekhela-sadars and saris. A DDK employee extended a sum of two thousand rupees as jakaat at the Bhotgaon camp.
27 Nov 2013 - 10:12am | AT News
Despite stepped up security measures, Golaghat town has turned into a den of criminals. In a sensational incident, a gang of dacoits looted the Digambor Jain temple after killing the securityman on Tuesday. The incident took place on Wednesday wee hours when the dacoits attacked Parasuram Goala as he was trying to them from entering into the temple at Chandan Nagar. Goala died on the spot before the dacoits looted the temple. Golaghat police have detained 3 persons in this connection.