Flood submerged several villages in Kalaigaon Revenue Circle
The over flooded Noa river has created havoc in Kalaigaon Revenue Circle area submerging more than 30 villages including Kalaigaon town. At least 20 thousand people have been effected. Four feet deep flood water has disruptted normal traffic at several places on PWD roads namely Mcanzy Road,Kulsipar – Moromichowk Road etc. Non completion of embankment at Noa river at Gerua and Sagunbahi has been the cause of the severe flood as told by villagers. Badly hit villages are -Gerua, Sagunbahi, Bholabari, Bhehguri, Beltoli, Rupatol, No.7 Kalaigaon of Kalaigaon town. Flood waters have submerged several places of Kalaigaon town including Kalaigaon Town LP School and Kalaigaon IB. Kamal Prasad Sarma,Mouzadar, Kalaigaon who toured effected villages with this correspondent said that non completion of embankment at Gerua and Sagunbahi near river Noa had been the cause of sudden flood at Kalaigaon. Unfortunately no public representatives have so far visited Kalaigaon to the dismay of effected people.
13 May 2013 - 10:55am | AT News
Normal life comes to a grinding halt in Guwahati following the incessant rains that inundated the city roads and by-lanes for the third consecutive day on Sunday.
The RG Baruah Road, GNB Road, Chandmari and Silpukhuri and the Maniram Dewan Road have come under the surging rain waters. Parts of Ganeshguri and Panjabari are also feeling the heat of water logging.
20 Mar 2017 - 9:34pm | AT News
Patriotic People’s Front Assam (PPFA) welcomes Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness The Dalai Lama to the city and expresses hope that his visit would strengthen the pre-historical bond between the people of Tibet and northeast India.
The Nobel peace laureate, who is scheduled to attend the concluding function of The Assam Tribune’s platinum jubilee and Dainik Asom’s golden jubilee celebration on 1 April before proceeding to Tawang of Arunachal Pradesh. The Dalai Lama will also grace a number of religious functions in the Tibet bordering State during the visit.
It may be noted that the China’s Communist regime in Beijing has been opposing his visit to Tawang claiming that it is a disputed locality. However the Union government in New Delhi repeatedly asserted that Arunachal is an integral part of India and as an honoured guest of the country, the Tibetan spiritual leader’s visit to Tawang should (must) not irritate anyone.
“We wholeheartedly support the cause of Tibetan freedom movement and sincerely believe that the Tibetan people would soon get their homeland in Lhasa,” said a statement issued by Rupam Barua, Nava Thakuria, Jagadindra Raichoudhity, Anup Sarma, Soumyadeep Dutta etc for the PPFA adding that the Beijing administration should honour the Tibetan dream without further delay.
20 Sep 2017 - 8:07am | AT Kokrajhar Bureau
The medium of instruction will be both Assamese and English language for the undergraduate programmes in the Bodoland Univesity while giving educational curriculum, said Vice Chancelor id the Bodoland University.
Speaking the Press Conference on Tuesday, Prof. Hemanta Kumar Baruah, Vice Chancelor of the Bodoland University said that the executive council of the Bodoland University has been modified the examination regulations , 2015 for undergraduate programmes with making examinations (honours and regular courses),the medium will be in both Assamese and English.
He said that the university has modified the medium of instruction through an executive council meeting of the university.Baruah said tha there are 46 colleges from the region are affiliated under the university to give education among students.
'In the executive council meeting held on Monday, the Bodoland University has been resolved to modified a clause in the examination regulations, 2015,for undergraduate programmes, Bodoland University. It is notified to all concerned that allah undergraduate examinations (honours and regular courses), the mediun would be both Assamese and English ',Baruah said.