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AJYCP stages protest against big dam construction

From a Correspondent

GOLAGHAT (Dhekial), Aug 3: The members of Assam Jatiyatabadi Yuba Chatra Parishad (AJYCP)  Golaghat District Committee staged a protest near the Deputy Commissioner’s office  in Golaghat on Thursday against the construction of the big dam of Lower Subansiri  Hydro-electric Project. The AJYCP carried out a mass rally which was started from the di...

 
Stalemate over payment of compensation to land owners resolved

Construction of 52 Trans-Arunachal National Highway

From our Staff Correspondent

Dibrugarh, Aug 3: The stalemate arising over payment of compensation to the owners of occupied government land  at Moran and Tingkhong Revenue Circle  since the last one decade, an issue which has not only stalled the construction work of 52 Trans-Arunachal National Highway at Tingk...

 
Oikya Sena Asom stages NH-39 blockade

From a Correspondent
GOLAGHAT (Dhekial), Aug 3: The activists of Oikya Sena Asom, Golaghat district committee on Thursday  staged an hour NH-39 blockade at Purabangla of Morangi mouza  over the pathetic  condition of Bokial-Purabangla road, illegal carrying of sand and stone from Kaliani river and various burning issues of the region. The president and secretary of the organiza...

 
Deputy Commissioner reviews preparations for Gunotsav

From a Correspondent

GOLAGHAT (Dhekial), Aug 3: Deputy Commissioner Gaurav Bothra on Thursday reviewed the preparations for the Gunotsav programme which will be held in Golaghat from November 6 to November 9.

Presiding over the meeting, the Deputy Commissioner reviewed the functioning of the Block-level Monitoring Committees and asked all concerned to ensure smooth conduct of th...

 
Government's alleged apathy towards Tea Tribe community decried

From a Correspondent

DOOMDOOMA, August 3: The BJP- led NDA government in Assam  has indulged in double standard so far as raising the quality of life of the tea-tribes community is concerned. This was alleged by local MLA Durga Bhumij  at a press meet convened at Doomdooma Press Club on Thursday.

 MLA Bhumij termed the current  agitation launched by Assam Tea...

 
One dead

FROM A CORRESPONDENT
Golaghat, Aug 3: On Thursday,  a person lost his life due to electrocution in Golaghat.  Robin Munda (31) from Jatipotia in Doigrung under Golaghat PS was installing a tube well when a high pipe touched with a nearby high tension wire of 11KV leading to his death....

 
Tribute paid to slain ABMSU president

From a Correspondent

MARGHERITA, Aug 3: All Assam Muslim Yuba Parishad Margherita subdivision committee and Margherita Regional Committee, All Assam Adivasi Students’ Association Margherita Regional Committee and local people of Margherita on Thursday paid tribute by lighting candles at Segunbari Tiniali, Margherita to Lafiqul Islam Ahmed, president of ABMSU who was  brutally...

 
BCPL donates to CM Relief Fund

From our Staff Correspondent
Dibrugarh, Aug 3: The employees of Brahmaputra Cracker and Polymer Limited (BCPL) and employees of GAIL currently posted here at BCPL, showing a gesture of solidarity with the people of Assam who have been affected by the unprecedented flood in recent times. They voluntarily contributed one day’s salary to the Chief Minister Relief Fund on Wednesday. Directo...

 
GST implementation assessed

From a Correspondent

DOOMDOOMA, Aug 3: As per directive received from State Finance Department, the Secretary, Soil Conservation and Veterinary,  Anowarul Haque paid a visit to Doomdooma on Thursday and had  interaction with the business community here  at the conference hall of Doomdooma Town Committee to make an assessment of the after-effect of implementation of Genera...

 
Lafikul Islam's killing condemned, Sonowal government slammed

From a Correspondent

MARGHERITA, Aug 3: Assam Bihari Nagarik Bikash Manch president Dr Om Prakash Sahu of Margherita has slammed and criticized the Sonowal government for not being able to maintain law and order. He condemned the killing of dynamic youth leader and All Bodoland Minority Students’ Union (ABMSU) president Lafiqul Islam Ahmed by unidentified assailants in broad dayli...

 
Summer meet of Sira Seuj Moina Parijat

From a Correspondent
DOOMDOOMA, Aug 3: Sira Seuj Moina Parijat, Rupaisiding during its summer meet organized a symposium titled ‘Ami Okoni Dexar Dharani’ among children recently with Jagriti Handique as its coordinator. It was addressed by Saradi Bhajani, Richita Baruah and Rahul Khanikar while Kironmoyee Baruah, president of Moina Parijat, conducted the meeting. The second editio...

 
Newborn baby recovered

FROM A CORRESPONDENT
JORHAT, Aug 3: A newborn baby was found at Dhekiajuli-Majgaon under Cinamora police outpost on Thursday morning. The baby was kept in a bag which was found near bamboo fencing. The local people heard the cries of the baby and informed the Cinamora police outpost. The baby girl was taken to Jorhat Medical College and Hospital. The baby is doing well, said JMCH authority. <...

 
Five-day training programme underway

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DEMOW, Aug 3: The Department of Cultural Studies of Tezpur University, in collaboration with UNICEF, Assam, has organized a five-day training programme which started in Athabari Community Hall from Thursday for the students belonging to adolescent groups regarding social welfare and awareness through their respective folk songs. In the training programme, Sahnewaz Hussain...

 
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