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KOKRAJHAR: Security forces apprehended six hardcore cadres including deputy finance secretary of the National Democratic Front of Boroland-Saoraigwra faction (NDFB-S) from Ripu Reserve forest, Kokrajhar district early Monday morning. The arrested cadres are Myanmar trained. Police recovered arms and ammunitions from them.

The six individuals were identified as  Bahaigya Basumatary @ Belarwm, Self Styled  Cultural  ​​ Secretary and Deputy Finance Secretary of 39th Batch NDFB(S), Ranjolal Wary @ Gobla @ W Raithab of 42nd Batch NDFB(S),Rubiram Goyary @ G Rwmwgwmw  of 40th batch,Julesh Musharay @ M Jujilang of 42nd batch NDFB(S), Sailen Borgoyary @ B Sibithao of 42nd Batch and  Rajesh Narzary @ N Railang of 42nd batch NDFB(S).

On further questioning, the apprehended cadres revealed the location of a temporary camp site close to the spot of apprehension. The  troops of Red Horns Division immediately moved to the camp site and conducted a thorough search. This led to the recovery of one *M16* Assault Rifle, *six 7.65 mm* Factory Made pistols, twelve magazines, ammunition, medicines, rations, along with several other war like and administrative stores.

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Science model exhibition at Tangla

21 Oct 2013 - 11:29pm | Jayanta Kumar Das

A science model exhibition has been arranged at Arunodoi Academy at Tangla on October 21. The science exhibition has been arranged on the occasion of school's foundation day and will open for visitor till October 23. DN Hazarika,Circle Officer,Harisinga Revenue Circle,Tangla inaugurated the science model exhibition at 10 AM. A total of 65 attractive and innovative science models have been displayed by 128 numbers of students. A grand opening ceremony was held at the school premise on the occasion of the exhibition at 11 AM. Pranabjyoti Das, Principal,A Academy Junior Science College in his welcome speech proudly recalled the day on October 21 in 2006 when the school was established at Tangla.

Attending the inaugural ceremony as the chief guest, Thaneswar Malakar,Deputy Commissioner, Udalguri expressed his happiness at the display of science models. On the occasion DC told students that they had to do many things in their life and so it was very much necessary to be confident with themselves to face any challenge in life. Referring present day unrest and disillusionment among student community, he requested teachers and parents to encourage students even at their failure so that they could face success and failure easily and learn to overcome any hurdles. According to him teachers and parents must not expect too much from students but to guide them according to their own choice of career .Students must understand society and to get involved with all kind of developments. The opening session was also addressed by DN Hazarika,Circle Officer,Harisinga Revenue Circle; Napoleon Daimari,Principal, Arunodoi Academy school and senior journalist Jayanta Kumar Das. More than 800 students and teachers of various schools of Tangla visited the science exhibition on the first day.

Dissident MLAs up ante on Gogoi

7 Jun 2013 - 9:34pm | AT News
A group of rebel Congress MLAs have lodged serious complaints to the party leadership against the autocratic style of functioning of Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi. They alleged that the state is now being run by officials where they have no any say.

The MLAs claimed to have got the support of 40 others. They said till the second term of Gogoi government, the MLAs did not have problems in executing works but they have been facing difficulty since Gogoi came to power for the third time in 2011.

NE hub of organic soil: Patnaik

17 Feb 2012 - 3:17am | editor


Assam Governor Janaki Ballav Patnaik on Thursday urged the Centre to help the north eastern region become a hub of organic cultivation because of its organic soil.


Speaking at a workshop on ‘Policy initiatives for promoting partnership between stakeholders in agriculture with particular reference to rain-fed and dryland farming’ organised by the Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi he said that the sector is not cost-effective due to high value of certification works at the initial stage and needs the Centre’s help and assistance to set up an export market in the region.