Total bandh hits Raha hard
Normal life in Raha, the name of a historic area in the central Assam district of Nagaon remains heavilly disrupted on Monday following a local bandh call by the former ULFA in protest against the recent attack on a few of their colleagues at Panigaon.
Roads in this entire sub urban area wore a deserted look from 5 in thr morning as vehicles refused to ply.
Shops and markers, schools and colleges, banks and offices remained closed under the impact of the bandh call which began at 5 in the morning.
Apprehending stray incidents, the security forces are patrolling on thr roads from early in the morning. The bandh supporters in many places are moving to enforce the call. There is no report of any incident.
11 Mar 2014 - 9:52am | AT News
In another bizarre incident that sends shockwaves in IIY, Guwahati, a student committed suicide on Tuesday.
The incident took place at Dibang Hostel where M Tech second semester student Syed Shabis Ahmed committed suicide by hanging inside his room.
His body was spotted at 7-30 in the morning when hostel staff did not get any response from him as his examination begins on Tuesday.
His body was sent for post mortem and the family members in Kolkata have been informed by the authorities.
21 Nov 2014 - 6:40am | AT News
President Pranab Mukherjee stressed value based education that shapes the destiny of a nation mired in poverty, social disorder and economic malaise.
In his address at the 12th Convocation of the Tezpur Central University on Thursday, he said that a strong education system is required for superior knowledge. He institutions only a few institutions deserve a better position while many others have been lagging in international rankings.
In his address, Governor JB Patnaik said that knowledge loses its purpose unless it is connected with the people.
Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi and Union minister Sarbananda Sonowal also graced on the occasion. Sonowal assured the university authorities that he would take up the matter to open up a campus of Tezpur University at Jonai. Earlier, Mukherjee landed at the Salonibari airport to be received by chief minister Tarun Gogoi, Governor JB Patnaik.
Towards the evening, Mukherjee attended a cultural function at the varsity campus.
14 Sep 2013 - 11:42am | Jayanta Kumar Das
At least four hundred people including woman and students took part in a protest rally at Tangla town on September 13 demanding action against science teacher Babul Nath of Tangla HS School who allegedly molested a class VIII girl student in his tuition chamber a few days back.The protest rally was jointly organised by Akhil Bharatiya Hindivasi Yuva Chatra Parishad Tangla anchalik and Udalguri District Committee.Oher organisations of Tangla including AASU,Indian Woman Cultural Committee,Tangla Branch participated in the rally which toured the streets of Tangla town shouting sloguns against the teachers. They submitted a memorandum to Circle Officer,Harisinga Revenue Circle demanding arrest and suspension of the teacher.
According to information science teacher Babul Nath,father of a new born baby allegedly molested a minor girl studying in class eight in Tangla Higher Secondary School in his tuition chamber. But the girl informed her parents about the matter and accordingly her father lodged a complaint to Principal of Tangla HSS School on September 4. Seeing no action taken her father again filed an FIR at Tangla police station on September 6. When contacted Inspector of Schools ,Udalguri said that he was aware of the matter and action will be taken against the teacher after receiving formal complaint. It needs mention that academic atmosphere in various schools in the district has been polluted by a few teacher involving with illegal activities. It has also been alleged that another teacher of Tangla HS School was found to be involved in such illegal activities during “Jyanjyoti Yatra” weeks ago.