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Mini van overturns in Paneri

UDALGURI:   In yet another road mishap,in Panery of Udalguri, 17 childrens were injured when the Mahindra Supro, van they were travelling in overturned at Christianbasti area under Panery PS in Udalguri at about 8.45 am on Monday morning.The injured childrens were immediately rushed to Tangla CHC with the help of locals. The childrens dressed as Bol Bom devotees were purportedly going to attend religious programmes.The attending doctors have stated that the childrens are out of danger. The locals have blamed rash driving to be the reason behind the accident.The driver of the vehicle sustained minor injuries.

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Recipient of The Annual Colosseum Awards 2014 & 2015 (by The Assam Tribune group), Shajid Khan is a journalist based in Tangla.In his stint of journalistic experience he has contributed numerous political, socio-political stories for bountiful national,international as well as Assam based publications. He also pens down analytic commentary on print and web based publications.
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BJP slams Union budget, sees nothing for Assam

18 Mar 2012 - 4:41am | editor


BJP and All India United Democratic Front have slammed the Union Budget 2012-13 a day after it was presented by finance minister Pranab Mukherjee in Parliament on Friday.


Talking to reporters, BJP MP Ramen Deka said that the Centre should declare a separate time zone for the northeast for increasing the pace of development and work efficiency in the region. Party MP Romen Deka raised the issue of a separate time zone for the northeast under rule 377 on March 14. Deka told a press conference here on Saturday that there was nothing significant for the northeast in the budget and the increase in taxes would cause problems to the common people.




ULFA meets for peace

ULFA built a gate for the 86th Srimanta Sankaradeva Sangha session at Gopalpur
12 Feb 2017 - 5:30pm | AT News

In a bid to resolve the decade old armed conflict in Assam, the former ULFA rebels unanimously resolved to revive the negotiation with the government leaving no less hopes for millions of people in the state.

The former ULFA leaders held a brain storming session in Nagaon on Sunday where they unanimously agreed to get Paresh Baruah involved in the negotiation with the government.

ULFA chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa, general secretary Anup Chetia, publicity secretary Sunil Nath, foreign secretary Sashadhar Chaudhury, Mrinal Hazarika, Kalpajyoti Neog have said that the commander in chief, if need be, must take the lead for the greater interest of Assam and its people.

The daylong convention further set up a panel to revive the initiative to be sent to the elusive military head for his consent and consideration.

Sources told Assam Times that Baruah is quite aware of the move and the panel has been set up at his instance.

The former rebels also discussed the hardships they have been facing since they came back to the national mainstream.

Notably, during the UPA regime prime minister Dr Manmohan Singh opened the formal negotiation and after a few rounds of talks, it refused to progress. The Narendra Modi government at the Centre has yet to take any step to revive the process.

Expert emphasizes better tie with Myanmar

21 Apr 2016 - 8:30pm | AT News

Journalist and democracy expert Bidhayak Das, who is presently based in Yangon, the former capital of Myanmar, emphasized on better tie with the neighboring country. Delivering a talk on the changing political scenario of Myanmar at Guwahati Press Club today, the media personality from Assam also expressed hope that the Union government in New Delhi would play a pro-active role in framing policies to deal with Indo-Burma issues.

Das observed that Myanmar has been adopting a kind of democracy which would be beneficial for the people of northeast India to get involved with bilateral trade with the southeast Asian country. He opined that the last general elections held in November 2015 had politically empowered National League for Democracy chief Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. Myanmar was ruled by military generals for decades and Suu Kyi was also put under house arrest. But slowly the country has opened up for the world. Das commented that Nobel laureate Suu Kyi is respected by almost all communities of Myanmar and she can definitely help the country to reform for a perfect democracy in near future.