GUWAHATI:At least 14 former rebels appeared before a special CBI court to face fast track trial in connection with the serial bombings in 2009 where over 100 people lost their lives.
Out of 23, only 14 rebels whom CBI chargrsheeted in the case appeared as the court starts fast tracking of the trial on Monday. Rajan Daimary, the then NDFB chief remained absent from the trial on the day one even after CBI indicted him.
In fact, a couple of months after the serial explosion most of the accused rebels struck peace deal with the Centre and started staying at their designated camps.
7 Sep 2012 - 4:08pm | Mubina Akhtar
It was a joy ride from Darjeeling to Ghum. My co-passenger, a Mexican in his late sixties, was nodding playfully to the chug-chug of the doughty engine as the tom thumb coaches struggled uphill. His...
26 Jan 2012 - 4:58am | editor
The Centre on Wednesday announced Param Vishisht Seva Medal for Air Marshal Anjan Kumar Gogoi.
He would be conferred the award for his distinguished service to the nation. Bestowed the highest...
11 Nov 2010 - 2:18pm | Abdul Gani
The maiden edition of the Regional Short Film Festival of India, with the theme ‘The Natives of A Nation’, will be organized by the Meghalaya chapter of North East Film and Television...