Factional fight between ULFA & NSCN(IM) at Tigit sub-division, Nagaland, 3 km away from Namtola , Sonari (Sivasagar district). One ULFA cadre Mridul Moran of Dumduma, Tinsukia and one civilian S N Kanyak died during the fight. Another ULFA cadre Santanu Maran of Kakopathar, Tinsukia is seriously injured.
The Songbijit faction of the National Democratic Front of Boroland(NDFB) has come down heavily on Indian Army for the notorious killing innocent boys on Sunday at North Auzarguri under Serfanguri PS was reprehensible in Kokrajhar.
BR Ferengga, General secretary of the NDFB in a statement said that the notorious killing of Indian Army to the innocent boys namely Sanjib Basumatary alias Khardes, a student of class ten, of Padmabil village and Jwngswrang Basumatary alias Ladai of village Auzarguri is reprehensible.
‘Sanjib Basumatary alias Khardes was not the hardcore trained cadre of our organization though he was concocted and victimized as they had some sophisticated arms, grenades and some ammunition and have had killed brutally without any proper investigation by the cutting off Sanjib’s hand cutting out the belly of Jwngswrang Basumatary as if they were most wanted cadres of the NDFB by the Indian army on yesterday’,Ferengga said.
On the other hand, on February 8, Lance Corporal B KhIlikhang, a hardcore cadre of 35th Batch of the NDFB was killed in the name of fake encounter by the Indian Army culpably. Having been condemning chauvinist governments’ speeches and attritional policies we strongly denounce it as a total violation of Human Rights by the Indian Government herself and ask to keep aloof from such barbaric activities, he said.
‘With owing our organizational due revolutionary condolence and admiration, we conveyed our regards and enormous debt of gratitude to the bereaved family members. We shall remain ever and ever grateful and declared them as one of the most remarkable brave adamant martyr and devoted waging combatant of NDFB’, Ferengga said.
The socio-cultural scene in China has undergone a sea change if the experts are to be believed. Veteran writer Alka Acharya said that during that couple of years, the Chinese publications have become commercialized.
Participating in a discussion on the changing trends in social and cultural trends in China chaired by scholar Puspesh Pant in the Guwahati Lit Fest on Sunday, Acharya observed that women voice has been dominating the Chinese publications for the last couple of years.
She said that every single issue confronting the Chinese society suggests the changing trends in the neighbouring country. According to her, China has more less been successful in poverty alleviation. But she was quick to add that still millions of people are lingering in poverty.
The great works of the giants on this planet are being translated into the Chinese literature, the expert said as she was responding to a question posed by an audience.