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Free Akhil tears apart Sonowal, Himanta

DUDHNOI: KMSS leader Akhil Gogoi tore apart the BJP-led Assam Government alleging that democracy no longer exists in the state.

Talking to reporters immediately after coming out of the Goalpara Central Jail on Wednesday morning he said he was put behind the bars on flimsy ground.

"The charges brought against me are fabricated and baseless. This has been proved beyond doubt," said Gogoi.

He said,"we KMSS will help the authority complete an error free NRC and we won't allow anybody to settle immigrants who came here after the cut off date "

In his scathing attack on Chief minister, Gogoi said Sonowal is no longer a national hero. The real hero these days is none other than Justice Ranjan Gogoi.

Sonowal is a puppet who along with Himanta Biswa Sarma have been agents working on behalf of New Delhi.

Gogoi who was sent to judicial remand in Mid September came out of the Goalpara Jail in the morning to be greeted by his fans and followers who thronged in front of thr jail premises from last night.

A local court on Tuesday granted him bail to facilitate his release.

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Public Felicitation for NASA Astronaut Mike Fincke by FASS

31 Aug 2009 - 6:47am | subhamoy



“Jowai of Asom” and NASA Astronaut Colonel Michael Fincke will receive public felicitation in Guwahati, the capital of Assam, in presence of Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi as chief guest at Pragjyoti ITA Centre for Performing Arts on 2nd September 2009. The public felicitation function has been organised by Friends of Assam & Seven Sisters (FASS). Mike Finke is ‘Jowai’ (son-in-law in Assamese language) of Assam – he is married to Assamese-American Renita Saikia, who also works in NASA.


NASA Astronaut Edward Michael “Mike” Fincke was Commander of the Expedition 18 mission to the International Space Station (ISS), and once talked live to the students of Axam Jatiya Vidyalaya at 1.24 pm on January 7, 2009. The talk was for about 10 minutes. Its still is the students mind.


“Friends of Assam & Seven Sisters (FASS) had been trying for quite a long time to bring Colonel Edward Michael Fincke to the North East. Finally FASS received a confirmation letter from NASA on 12th August 2009.” – informed Bidyananda Barkakoty, Secretary General FASSS (India Chapter).


During Colonel Fincke’s second Space mission in 2008-09 he carried one Assamese ‘Gamosa’ to Space with due permission from NASA. During his six months stay in Space aboard the International Space Station (ISS), he talked live with the students of four educational institutes of the East. He danced Bihu in zero gravity in the ISS.


Colonel Michael Fincke fell in love with Assam on his first visit to Assam many years ago. Colonel Fincke has gone to Space twice and during his first mission in 2004 he literally took hundreds of pictures of the North East, its scenic beauty and the river Brahmaputra from space.


It’s because of his love and devotion for the people of the North East, that in the first week of September he is coming to Guwahati & Shillong especially to meet and interact with the students, said Mr. Barkakoty.


To mark his appreciation and commitment to the people of the North East, Friends of Assam & Seven Sisters (FASS) has organised this Public Felicitation function of Colonel Michael Fincke.


Colonel Fincke will be a ‘State Guest’ of Govt. of Assam. The felicitation function will start at 5 pm, at ITA Machkhowa in Guwahati.


Friends of Assam & Seven Sisters (FASS) is a non-profit, non-Governmental organization, an international think-tank which is aimed at providing an inspirational energy and a motivating force for overall revival and development of the North-East India in all its spheres. FASS has its India HQ at Guwahati, Assam and International Headquarter at Texas, USA. FASS has International Directors in many countries across the globe.



Face of criminal: More trouble time await Gogoi cabinet

8 Jun 2008 - 4:49pm | editor
The more Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi is trying to extricate himself from on going trouble the more his is getting sinking in it. In yet another development, former Rajya Sabha MP Basanti Sarma is seeking CBI probe into the assassination of her husband Manabendra Sarma. Talking to a private satellite TV news channel that beamed the story Mrs Sarma said only a CBI probe could identify the real culprit behind the murder of her husband.

The Opposition parties are demanding a CBI probe into the case which that Government has been denying where health minister Dr Himana Biswa Sarma's name comes up the Opposition leaders ae to be believed. Also the Opposition finds it strange why and how the file having evidence to implicate Dr Sarma has been missing.

On the other hand, another minister Gautom Roy is allegedly involved in the killing of NRI businessman Pratul Deb in Karimganj district.The Opposition is set to intensify the demand for CBI probe into these two high profile cases.

Both Dr Sarma and Mr Roy are known to be acolytes of the Chief Minister and if the Chief Minister is forced to handover the cases to the CBI, then it will be a final disaster for the Congress government. The Opposition leaders now will not allow the government to remain in peace. The July Assembly session which is said to be a brief will be a stormy one..

The entire development has come up after the arrest of education minister Ripun Bora by CBI while he was trying to bribe a CBI official who was probing a murder case.

12 hour bandh hits DImapur

2 Feb 2008 - 11:09am | editor

School children's walk passes by the closerd shops at Circular road, Dimapur on 02-02-08. The normal business establishment in the commercial hub of the state has been affected by the 12 hour bandh by the business community ion Dimapur where some unidentified gunmen adducted a poultry owner on Monday and shot dead on Friday morning.

Pix by UB Photos.