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Effigies of Union DoNER Minister Bijoy Krishna Handique burnt

AJYCP, Amgurui Anchalik Samiti members burn the effigies of Union DoNER Minister Bijoy Krishna Handique protesting against his failure in solving the border problems of the state in Nazira, Assam on May 30.


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Sivasagar police recovered huge quantity of explosive on June 5 at Sivasagar Rupohimuk, in a gaze near the Brahmaputra river. Explosives recovered are RDX-3 kg, IED-12 nos, detonator-24 nos, fuse-12 nos and some wire. The explosives are suspected to be hidden by ULFA. Photo: UB Photos
An unidentified dead body was found in Disang river near Akhoifutia Ghat, Sivasgar district on May 31 at around 10.30 am. The dead body is of a male person, approximately 35 years old. No cut or injury symbol found in the body. Update: The dead body founded has been identified as Gobin Ozah of Seleng, Mahmora, Sivasagar district. He was a journalist of Pratidin. He was suffering from mental imbalancement. He went to his brothers home at Kakatibari, Sonari to take some money for his treatment on May 26 and disappeared from then. His dead body has been identified by his family at Sivasagar Civil Hospital. His death is suspected as suicide case.
5 armed Naga personnel entered in the ONGC rig at Gelakey in Sivasagar district on May 21 and asked the employees to remove the rig from there as they claimed the land belongs to Nagaland. They also sent a letter to the Managing Director, ONGC Assam Asset through the supervisor of the rig. When the Boarder Magistrate of Nazira Rajib Thapa came to know about this incident, he visited in spot and sent a letter to Mokokchang DC detailing the incident. Both Sivasagar DC and Mokokchang DCs and ONGC Assam Asset Managing Director are suppose to discuss the matter on May 22.
A woman aged of approximately 45 yrs. died for striking by intercity exp. down at Digboi railway crossing near the station on May 19 at 4 pm. She has not been identified yet
60 kg. of ganja (marijuana) were caught from a one Prakash singh (45) of Bihar by some local youth at Ghilaguri petrol pump in Sivasagar from a night super (BR06D105) to bihar May 15 night. The ganja was brought in a suitcase and two airbags from Dimapur to Simaluguri junction by Intercity Express and then the tried to go to Bihar by Bus.