The United Liberation Front of Asom is funding a god amount in the upcoming Bangladesh general election. According to Indian intelligence inputs, the banned outfit was funding in the general elections in Bangladesh to come closer to the Sheikh Hasina-led Awami league.
ULFA has recently convened a meeting in an undisclosed location near Hawraghat in Mymeinsing district where they finalised the decision to fund a huge Rs 2.5 crore in favour for the Awami League. The ULFA leadership stayed in Bangladesh for more than 15 years at thanks to the favour of the power-that-be in the country. Details are awaited.
A college student has been remaining traceless in Guwahati from Saturday. Identified as Saidul Islam, first year degree student of the B Barooah College went missing from 3 in the afternoon from Panbazar where he went to buy books. Police operation is going on in the city to trace Saidul who hails from Kokrajhar. Panbazar police station has already registered a case and investigation is going on.
6 Sep 2014 - 7:49am | AT News
The stages are set. Come September 10. Assam Women’s University will begin its classes. The first academic session will initially include graduate and post-graduate courses. The subjects include Travel and Tourism, Mass Communication, Business Management, Information and Computer Science, Cultural Studies and Fine Arts, Fashion Design and Technology, English and Psychology. The classes would take place at the old campus of the Grain Storage Research Institute of AAU in Rowriah. Assam Agricultural University officials have been conducting the admission and recruitment of teaching staff at the initial stage. The authorities have already recruited 16 assistant professors. AAU Vice-Chancellor Dr KM Bujarbaruah has been looking after the entire matters till the appointment of the first vice-chancellor of the women’s university.
The Delhi High Court has issued notice to the government and chairperson of the 59th National Film Awards on a plea seeking quashing the decision of the jury for not accepting the nomination of an Assamese film for the awards.
The court issued notice to the information and broadcasting ministry and Rohini Hattangadi, chairperson and jury, Hiren Bora, jury of the 59th National Film Awards, and the Central Board of Film Certification.
A division bench of Acting Chief Justice A.K. Sikri and Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw sought from all the respondents the reason for not treating the film as an Assamese film.
The petitioner said that inspite of the certification received from the CBFC to be an Assamese movie, the jury of the awards deprived the movie and the Assamese film industry a nominee for the national awards. The bench also directed the National Film Development Corp (NFDC) and the producer of the film to implead as a party in the case.