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Police officer gets death threat

Yet another police officer probing the corruption cases received death threat sending anger across the state. He is none other than SS Panesar.

The senior police officer who is probing the cash for job scam has received a mobile message where he was threatened of dire consequences if he proceeds with the probe.

According to sources, the uncompromising officer got the message from the Garo National Liberation Army who wants jailed APSC chairman Rakesh Paul to be protected.

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Student injured in group clash

27 Aug 2012 - 1:17am | editor

Four boys were injured when group of students clashed in Morigaon on Saturday. The incident took place at a boys' hostel of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya at Morigaon Saturday night. According to police, hostel inmates of Class 11 and Class 12 were involved in the clash, in which both sides used sharp weapons. Police rushed to the school and brought the situation under control. Hostel inmates have vacated the place on Sunday morning fearing further violence.

Train drivers kidnapped in Karimganj

21 Oct 2011 - 9:36pm | editor


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Mark Tully releases Subir Bhaumik’s book

17 Nov 2009 - 10:28am | editor

The eminent BBC journalist Sir Mark Tully has released a book titled ‘Troubled Periphery: Crisis of India’s North East’, which has been authored by the senior BBC journalist Subir Bhaumik and published by Sage, today in Kolkata.


Inaugurating the book, Padma Bhusan Mark Tully commented that the Indians in general should go through the book to know more about the troubled northeastern part of India, and the Northeasterns themselves should study it to understand their problems in a better way.


The inauguration ceremony witnessed the attendance of many distinguished personalities like Tripura Rajmata Bibhu Devi, former British minister Ian Macartney, US consulate-general Beth Payne, UK deputy high commissioner Sanjay Wadhwani, Chinese consulate-general Mao Siwei, Sage vice-president Sugato Ghosh etc. All honoured guests were felicitated with the traditional Asomiya Ghamochas.