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Gogoi to continue as CM: AICC

Amid growing revolt against Tarun Gogoi, AICC has ruled out a change in the chief ministership which has downplayed the dissidence.
Party spokesperson Renuka Chowdhary told reporters in Delhi, “some people have certain views. They have come here to voice those. Concerned people will discuss the issue with them."

Gogoi's recent visit to the capital fuelled speculation that he was demanding that certain ministers in the state opposed to him should be dropped.

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Mr Antony will be the second high-level dignitary to visit Arunachal Pradesh following China's criticism of the visit of the Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh to the frontier state. The minister is set to visit Tawang, where China has her claims. Besides, Defence Secretary Vijay Singh and Eastern Command Goc-in-c Lt Gen V K Singh. He would be briefed by army officials at the headquarters of 4th Corp at Tezpur and is set to interact with army personnel at Tenga in West Kameng district.

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Dr Debo Prasad Barooah no more

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Dr Debo Prasad Barooah no more. The veteran thinker and educationist passes away on Monday. He was 83.

The end came at 4-30 in the afternoon after the International Hospital where he was undergoing treatment for the last 70 hours. His condition deteriorated on Sunday and was kept on ventilation.

Dr Barooah, a Left worker and the was former vice chancellor with Gauhati University was the main force behind the 6 year long Assam agitation for detecting and deporting the Bangladeshi immigrants. Besides, he was the pioneer thinker of regionalism in north east’s politics.

Various parties, organizations and individuals condoled Dr Barooah’s death and conveyed deep sympathy to the bereaved family. His cremation would take place on Tuesday. Meanwhile, people in large numbers thronged at his residence and paid their last respect to the veteran thinker.