9 Jan 2008 - 12:57pm | editor
Large scale violence in the form of booth capturing marred the third phase of panchayat polling in Nagaon district on Wednesday. The incident took place in the early hours at the two booths at the 48th and 49th Rajabari Muktab School. In the morning a group of five youth Congress activists suddenly forcibly stormed to the booths. The polling officials and the waiting voters prevented them from voting. The polling was suspended till 10-30. Later two ballot boxes were examined in full view of the Nagaon superintendent of police and some voters. No anomalies were found and the polling resumed.
Two students of Raha, Kuranga Nayan Hazarika, Salmara H.School, Demow and Nishant Bora, Pranjal Memorial Academy, Garmari, bagged the 11th and 19th positions respectively in the H.S.L.C examinationsdeclared on Tuesday.
Kuranga Nayan Hazarika, the only child of school teacher Narendra Nath Hazarika and Sumi Rekha Hazarika of Kujarbori village, Demow, Raha with 95.8 % earned the 11th position. He secured 92in English subject, 92 in Assamese, 100 in General Math, 96 in General Science, 95 in Social Science and in Adv. Maths 100.
On the other hand Nishant Bora, son of a school teacher Manabendra Bora and Gitumoni Bora of Raja gaon, Raha with 94.5 %grabbed the 19th position. He secured 94in English subject, 86 in Assamese, 96 in General Math, 94 in General Science, 98 in Social Science and in Adv. Maths 99.
Assam: The Accord, The Discord – Sangeeta Barooah Pisharoty