Bijaya Dashami in Kokrajhar
The Bijaya Dashami of Durga Puja was celebrated after four day Durga Puja celebration in Kokrajhar, heart of BTAD on Tuesday. Durga idols were immersed along the Gaurang River where hundreds of devotees and publics gathered to witness the immersion function, at a tight security arrangement. Devotees and views from different parts of the region throng to see immersion function, arranged at Gaurang River near Circuit House in Kokrajhar. Bivekananda Choudhary, DC, Kokrajhar said that district administration arranged stern measures to pass off peaceful of the Durga Puja, a festivity occasion of the state.
2 Apr 2016 - 11:12pm | AT Kokrajhar Bureau
Udalguri district administration of Bodoland Territorial Council(BTC) is all set to conduct the scheduled first phase of Assam assembly election for three constituencies slated to be held on April 4.
A total of 26 candidates are in fray to contesting the assembly election in three LACs that all kinds of preparation and arrangements have so far completed to conduct the election.
Nine candidates are in fray to contest in 64-Panery LAC-Kamali Basumatary(BPF),Durga Das Boro(INC),Swarnalat Chaliha(SUCI),Nandaram Boro(UPP),Dinanath Das(Independent),Prabhat Das Panika(Independent),Dikan Chandra Deka (Independent) and Mahesh Chandra Sarma(Independent).
In 69-Udalguri LAC,six candidates are in fray,included Jamansingh Brahma(INC),Rihan Daimary(BPF),Anjali Prabha Daimary((Independent),Dilip Kumar Boro(UPP),Bipul Narzary((Independent) nad Santash Madahi((Independent).
Eleven candidates are in fray to contest in 70-Mazbat LAC-Charan Boro(BPF),Teharu Gour(AIUDF),Raphael Kujur(INC),Baldev Chouhan(LJP),Abul Quasim((Independent),Girish Chandra(Independent),Manaj Kumar Tamuli(Independent),Rabindra Basumatary(UPP),Lal Soren(Independent),Sunil Sarkar(Independent) and Swapna Dey(Independent).
A grand bike rally was organised by UPP party at Tangla area in support of UPP candidate for Panery LAC Nandaram Boro on the last day of campaigning,besides candidates of parties and Independent candidates also hold their last campaigns in the respective LACs on the last day of campaigning.
25 Mar 2012 - 12:13am | Ritupallab Saikia
The suspense over the abduction of businessman Kailash Ginoria came to an end with the recovery of his dead body at the tributary of Mikang River in Lungsang Basti under Bhandari Police Station in Nagaland located about three kilometers away from Merapani at around 9.30 am in the morning. Kailash Ginoria was kidnapped on 10th March from Jorhat town and since then Jorhat police has launched a massive search operation to trace Ginoria and in this connection had arrested fourteen suspects. Among them it was Rajiv Lala Rahman who spilled the beans about the kidnapping and directed the police team to the very spot where the dead body of abducted Ginoria was recovered. There were two bullet marks on the body of Ginoria and his feet were tied. It was revealed by the kidnappers that Ginoria was killed on 11th March and during all these days his body had deteriorated beyond recognition.
26 Jun 2013 - 2:00pm | AT News
ULFA top leader Anup Chetia will be back to his home by July 15. Talking to Assam Times, home ministry sources said in Delhi that diplomatic efforts are in final stage to extradiate the ULFA top leader. The date would be finalized in a day or two. Chetia of late, movea the Bangladesh government to deport him withdrawing his pending plea for political asylum.