SGBG condoles on former MP’s death
The city based voluntary organization Save Guwahati Bulid Guwahati (SGBG) condoled on the death of former congress MP Santosh Mohan Deb. In a press release the SGBG said that the demise of the veteran politician is an irreparable lost to the organization. “ He (Deb) helped us a great extent when we went to Delhi to meet then Prime Minster Dr. Manmohan Singh to submit a memorandum urging problem of indigenous people’s land problem”, said Dhiren Baruah, former president of the organization. Baruah added that the ex-MP’s death bereaved all the members of the SGBG. Deb, an influential politician of the Barak valley, breathed his last in a hospital at Shilsor, where he was under- going treatment for a couple of days. He was 82. He represented Assam and Tripura in Lok Sabha for seven times. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also condoled on his death.
1 Aug 2012 - 3:54am | editor
Amarjyoti Kalita has been sent to jail after police produced the prime accused in the gory GS Road molestation incident before a lower court on Tuesday. Amarjyoti’s police custody ended on Monday. He was produced before the Kamrup CJM court on Tuesday where he was remanded to judicial custody. Notably, police got remand of Kalita after he was brought back to Guwahati from Vanarash where he surrendered.
9 Oct 2015 - 1:49pm | Hantigiri Narzary
A student of Central Institute of Technology, Kokrajhar identified as Jangila Basumatary, 25, died and a rider received injury early this morning at a road mishap in Kokrajhar town.
Jangila was last year student of B Tech in CIT, Kokrajhar met a road mishap at Habrubari over bridge this morning around 4.30 am with his bike.
Bike rider injury was immediately rushed to Kokrajhar hospital.
Jangila was hailed from Baganpur Nikashi of Baksa district and lived at rented lodging in Kokrajhar.
3 Mar 2013 - 11:47pm | AT News
Two poachers who are suspected to be involved in the recent rhino poaching in Kaziranga National Park, have been arrested during a joint operation by police and forest department in Sonitpur district on Sunday.
Police and forest department officials, nabbed the duo from North Bank of Brahmaputra at Bishwanath Ghat.
They have been identified as Aamir Islam and Moina Das and were suspected to be involved in the recent killing of rhinos and removal of horns in the park.