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Hattigor Sahara Club in swing

Sahara Club under Hattigor tea estate was registered in the year 2011. And since its conception, the club could not run smoothly due to the inconvenience faced by the then president and secretary, the club could not come up with the adopted events such as sports, cultural items etc. But this preceding year under the presidentship of   Ranji Tanti, principal of Bright Star English Medium school, a social worker, a good leader of the society, the club has risen back and is resuming with the said events. Again, in the meantime the club is also going to hold a champion’s trophy cricket tournament in the vicinity of Khairabari playground of Hattigor tea estate from 19th February. So the willing teams are requested to admit in the tournament on or before 19. The tournament will be held in a unique manner with developed features.

Tanti also added that in near future for the all-round development of the area will continue with the favorable events including outdoor games, indoor games, cultural items etc.

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Guwahati hosts NE conflict conclave

16 Aug 2016 - 6:26pm | AT News

Women experts from the north east will rub shoulders in Guwahati on August 22 to discuss in detail the peace and conflict in the region which has already took a heavy toll over the last couple of years.

Jointly organized by the Manipur Women Gun Survivors Network, Control Arms Foundation of India & Northeast India Women Initiative for Peace, the conclave will share the information on the conflict-related incidents to be deliberated in detail.

Many experts have already confirmed their participation in the conclave in Guwahati Press Club.

According to Binalakshmi Nepram, the region that borders five countries and comprises the eight beautiful states—Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Sikkim.

She said over 72 armed groups operate here and the Armed Forces Special Powers Act is in the region since 1958. More than three lakh troops deployed in the region thus become one of the most highly militarized and conflict zones of the country and world. Over 20,000 women are widowed in Manipur alone and 500 child soldiers recorded in the conflict zone.

Raising Day and Passing Out of Cadres at Dah Rehabilitation Centre, Dinjan Cantt

24 Mar 2010 - 1:25pm | manojpandey

After years of terrorism resulting in violence, murder and pain for the loss of a loved one, the people of Assam have banished the scourge of terrorism and stand together as a force reaching out to peace and harmony. The Dah Division in its most sincere efforts under the stewardship of Maj Gen BS Sachar, SM, VSM, GOC, 2 Mountain Division has reached out in an integrated approach with the civil administration and police to ensure that this state of harmony prevails through relentless joint operations against the remaining terrorists and to encourage maximum surrenders and returning of cadres to their families and homes.

On the initiative of Dah Division and with the active assistance from the DCs of Tinsukia and Dibrugarh the ‘Dah Rehabilitation Centre’ was established at Dinjan in Mar 2008. The courses run in the centre include Motor Mechanic, House Wiring, Fabrication and Welding, Mason & Plumber, Basic Computer Applications & Tally-9.0 and Driving. In this centre, multi-dimensional personality development of erstwhile misguided youths is what is being grossly emphasized at. Along with the pass out of seventh batch of welcome trainees, the centre is celebrating its two years of raising.

The major highlights of this seventh batch was that with the growing demand of jobs related infrastructure development and modernization of old pattern houses, Dah Rehabilitation Centre has introduced a new course of Mason & Plumber trade. Once again for the third time 100% placements have been achieved. Applications for Constable of Assam Police have been forwarded for 8 trainees and 6 trainees are being sent for advance training to Hyderabad by General Manager, District Industries Commerce Centre. Industrial visits to RVR projects, Steelsworth Pvt Ltd and Jai Guru Mata Pvt Ltd was conducted for the trainees for a first hand experience. On-Job-Trg at Gargo Motors (TATA) was conducted for seven trainees who are undergoing Motor Mechanic Course. A seminar on Personality Development was organized for the trainees by Mr. Arup Sengupta, General Manager, Centum Learning Ltd, New Delhi. Each trainee has been given four certificates namely, the State Council Vocational Training Certificate, Certificate of Animal Husbandry Department, Apprenticeship Certificate from the Dah Formation and a Driving License.

The Valedictory function for the seventh batch of 31 trainees was held at Dinjan which was presided over by Maj Gen BS Sachar, SM, VSM, GOC, Dah Division,ADC Dibrugarh, ADC Tinsukia and other officers of Dah Division and Police Officers were also present. Officials of ITI Guwahati, Tinsukia, DRDA, KVIC, lead banks and representatives of the industry were present to hand over certificates to the trainees of the Dah Rehabilitation Centre.

Speaking on the occasion, Major General BS Sachar, SM, VSM said that the commitment of the Army together with the civil administration towards the well being of these misguided youth goes well beyond the “Ceremony”. All efforts are also being made to assist them to get their rehabilitation package from the State Govt.

The Dah Division stands resolved in its efforts to bring a smile to these trainees and their families with its quest towards humble service and support to the people of Assam through genuine love and SADBHAVNA.

ULFA bombs oil tankers in Duliajan; threatens more strikes

3 Dec 2011 - 2:38am | editor

Hardly a month after it got reshaped, ULFA’s anti-talk faction struck at two oil tankers in Duliajan on Friday. The outfit further threatened to launch more devastating attacks alleging unabetted exploitation on the state’s natural resources. The banned insurgent outfit bombed two oil tankers causing a ravaging inferno in Tipling on Friday. Around ten fire tenders were called to bring the situation under control. But it took several hours for the OIL authorities to douse the fire.

The insurgent outfit on Friday has owned up the responsibility alleging that these strikes would continue. Notably, a reshaped anti-talk faction of the three decade old insurgent outfit last month warned of a string of devastating attacks at the state’s vital spots.