KKHSOU VC denies corruption allegation
Professor Srinath Barooah, founder vice-chancellor of Krisnakanta Handiqui State Open University (KKHSOU), has denied allegations of financial and other irregularities, leveled against him by his former colleagues. Terming the allegations as baseless he said, in a press conference here on Wednesday, that the his ex-colleagues tried to take revenge on him by leveling allegation of misappropriation fund and other irregularities during his tenure as vice-chancellor of the university. Meanwhile, chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal ordered an enquiry against the former vice-chancellor on complaint of the management of the KKHSOU. The university management alleged that the former vice-chancellor embezzled the university fund to the tune of rupees 12 crore during his tenure from 2008 to 2015. Interestingly, the chancellor as well as the governor of the state ordered separate enquiry against the present vice-chancellor of the university on a complaint lodged by the former vice-chancellor Barooah. The former vice-chancellor alleged that the present vice-chancellor has tried to misappropriate rupees 33 crore buying unnecessarily land for the university.
4 Mar 2017 - 9:06pm | Dibya J Borthakur
Three Adivasi Tiger Force ( ATF ) insurgents were arrested with 5 live grenades from Rajagaon village , Kachua on Friday night.
Acting on a tip off, Raha police and No. 34-B , CRPF nabbed the three militants from Rajagaon village , Kachua in a joint operation.
Five hand grenades were recovered from the ultras . The three have been identified as Dwipen Sarkar ( 30 ) Nirmal Dev Rai ( 28 ) and Dipak Mandal ( 45 ) .
29 Sep 2016 - 12:22pm | AT News
Assam's well known medical institution Dispur Hospitals celebrated World Heart Day on Thursday with a march in the morning for creating awareness about heart ailments. Nearly 100 participants wearing heart day T shirts & raising slogans with placards joined in the walkathan on city streets and tried to aware people about the growing menace of cardio vascular diseases. After the walkathon a general check up camp for all cardiac patients was organised in the hospital premises.
The morning march was flagged of by journalist Nava thakuria and it was participated by Dr Jayanta Bardoloi, Dr Banajit Chaudhury, Dr Chandan Modak, Dr S N Goswami, Ujjal Saikia etc.
10 Mar 2009 - 4:22pm | editor
Atleast 3 persons died and five injured as a truck fell on a deep gorge in Karbi Anglong disitrct on Monday evening. According to information, the incident took place at around 8 in the evening at an inaccessable area in between Neli and Ulukunchi under Baithalangsu.