Nagaland girl died in New Delhi
A north eastern girl died and two others sustained serious injury when they fell from atop a high rise building in New Delhi on Sunday. The incident took in the Humayunpur area of the national capital where the trio who hailed from Nagaland suddenly fell into the ground from their multi storied building in the afternoon.
The girl died on the spot while the two other boys have been battling for life at the All India Institute of Medical Science.
13 Aug 2014 - 9:59pm | AT News
The Centre has assured Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi of more security forces to contain the burning situation along the Assam-Nagaland border a day after the Naga miscreants killed two local people in Uriam ghat in Golaghat district.
Gogoi got the assurance when he talked to Union home minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday morning.
The armed miscreants on the Nagaland side opened fire on a group of agitators demanding release of two school students suspected to have been abducted by a Naga insurgent group.
They also burnt 40 houses triggering the exodus of people from five affected villages. Gogoi has asked Chief Secretary Jitesh Khosla to take up the matter with his Nagaland counterpart and to explore ways to defuse the tension in the bordering areas.
30 Dec 2010 - 8:40pm | editor
Three veteran film personalities have joined the ruling Congress in Assam four months ahead of the Assembly polls. Three film actors are Nripon Goswami, Indra Bonia and Dinesh Das. They formally joined the party at a function in Rajiv Bhawan on Wednesday along with film producer Chitra Patowary, and three retired IAS officers.
Talking to reporters all they said that want Congress to retain Dispur this time also. Goswami, is a strong contender for Tezpur Assembly seat where the Opposition AGP is set to field its former president Brindabon Goswami. Party sources told Assam Times that that Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi and APCC president Bhubneswar Kalita is trying to rope in more and more film and sports personalities to dress the party afresh before the polls.
23 Nov 2017 - 11:52am | AT News
NAGAON: Four persons died and at least 25 others sustained injury when the passenger bus in which they were travelling collided it's head on a truck in Nagaon on Thursday.
The accident took place early in the morning on the National Highway No 37 at Mensing area near Kaliabor where three passengers died on the spot.
Another died as he along with injured others were rushed to a local hospital in Jakhalabandha.
Local residents here have blamed the dense fogs that disrupted the visibility when the loaded truck and the mini bus were coming from opposite directions.