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Will Akhil get bail in Dudhnoi?

DUDHNOI: A day after getting Akhil Gogoi in their custody, the Dudhnoi police is producing the KMSS leader before a local court on Sunday. KMSS leaders and workers who are gathering in large number at the court premises hope that Gogoi would be able to procure bail in the afternoon. Amid a mammoth security arrangement the Dudhnoi police arrived at 9 in the evening from Dibrugarh in connection with a case where his activists allegedly wiped out the sign board of the Dindayal Upahyay College.   


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Purbanchal Tai Sahitya Sabha committee meet

9 Mar 2011 - 9:47pm | mridulburagohain
The Purbnchal Tai Sahitya Sabha central committee had a meet on March 8 at Demow with delegate. Pronab Gogoi of Margherita has been elected as President and Atul Phukan of Sivasagar as General Secretery. More then 150 deligates attended the meet.

Respite for marooned people; flood waters show receding trend

18 Jun 2008 - 8:08pm | editor
There is somewhat let-up in the overall flood situation in the north Assam districts of Lakhimpur and its adjoining Dhemaji. According to information, the floodwaters start gradually receding and some 300 people have already the makeshift camps.

Sources in the Central Water Commission has said the waterlevel of the river Brahmaputra river and its tributaries are flowing below the danger mark in some places.

Officials here said doctors and paramedics are on full alert and visiting flood-hit areas, although there are no reports of any outbreak of waterborne diseases..

The Thousands of people were returning to their homes in Assam on Wednesday with floodwaters receding as authorities sounded a health alert to prevent the outbreak of any waterborne diseases.

The Assam government has hoped that other marooned people also will be able to return.

The government has set up more than 100 camps and are providing relief materials and medicines to the people.

Meet on cyber laws in Guwahati

20 Mar 2015 - 10:05am | AT News

A crucial meet in Guwahati on Saturday is expected to give more teeth to deal with the cyber crimes across the north eastern regon.

Jointly organized by the Gauhati High Court and the Assam Judicial Academy, the two days regional meeting at the Assam Administrative Staff College in Khanapara will thoroughly discuss the need to sensitise the judges, public prosecutors and investigating officers of the north-eastern region on the issues and challenges pertaining to the field of cyber law.

To be opened by Supreme Court justice MB Lokur, the conference would be attended by Justice Amitava Roy, Justice Uma Nath Singh, Chief Justice (Acting), High Court of Meghalaya, Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva, Judge, High Court of Delhi, Justice S Talapatra, Judge, High Court of Tripura and Madras High Court’s Justice V Ramasubramanian.