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IEDs recovered in Dhing

The Nagaon police have seized a huge cache of explosive materials during a raid in Dhing area on Wednesday. Acting on a tip off, police, army and para military forces conducted a raid in Tuktuki area where they recovered nine crude IEDs.

Two people who were picked in this connection are being interrogated.

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A rare species of tortoise has been saved after being found trying to cross over the Dhing-Nagaon connecting road adjacent to Batadrava police station on Thursday night.The approximate weight of the tortoise is 6 kg.It was collected by a man namly Rajib baruah on the road,luckyly there was no vehicle passing at that time. Rajib Baruah is officer in charge of Batadrava police station. The rescued tortoise later was released in fresh water of Akakhi ganga,the waterbody located inside the Batadrava than.
Four young greater adjutant storks, a highly endangered stork species,were found at Chakalaghat in the Nagaon district on Wednesday. Some locals spotted the young adjutant storks close land adjacent to Barbhety Simolutol PWD road and rescued them with providing initial care. The storks were later handed over to Forest officials of Nagaon. It may be mentioned here that Near to chalaghat their was a tall tree where Some greater adjutant storks had nested in. But few days back the owner of the land have cut down the tree for which the young storks  fallen out from the nest.
MLA of Batadrava, Angoorlata deka on Tuesday laid foundation stone of two important link roads from Itakhuli to Kapahera via khandajan and Kapahera Sunaruguri to Bakarichuk. Itakhuli to Kapahera link road via Khandajan to be constructed at an estimated cost of 2.4 Crore and Kapahera Sunaruguri to Bakarichuk link road to be constructed at an estimated cost of Rs. 66 lakh under RIDF XXII NABARD FUND( 2016-2017) will provide road connectivity to the people of at least dozens of villages and other adjoining areas.
As part of the nationwide 'Swachhta Hi Seva' campaign to commemorate the 148th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi,under the aegis of Raha revenue circle and in joint collaboration with  Raha town committee and Raha police station,a massive cleanliness drive was conducted today at Raha town in the Nagaon district. The drive was led by Pallavi kachary,Circle officer of Raha Revenue Circle where Raha town committee members, Raha police personnel and many locals of Raha town participated with great enthusiasm. During the drive they cleaned up the roads and footpaths of all Seven wards under Raha town committee.
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