Maoist leader arrested in Golaghat
Golaghat Police today apprehended a dreaded Maoist leader from Khakandguri under Dergaon. The arrested cadre has been identified as Pallav Charingia Phukan alias Akon alias Phukan who hails from Tinsukia and working as an organiser with the banned organisation. Police sources said that Pallav Charingia Phukan along with his associates were organising a meeting at a place in Khakandguri. Acting on a tip off a special team of Golaghat police led by Additional SP Numal Mahto raided the spot and apprehended the Maoist. However two other cadres namely Diganta Thamong of Arunachal Pradesh and Bikash of Karbi Anglong were managed to escape from the spot. In the meeting plannings were made for Rhino poaching with the help of Naga extremists which unveils the Maoist organisation's link with other insurgents groups in the North East. It is to be mentioned that Golaghat police apprehended the most wanted Maoist leader Aditya Bora from the same place last month.
11 Sep 2014 - 8:32am | AT News
Birdaon Goyary, Gossaigaon: A pall of gloom descends in Sarabeel area in Kokrajhar following the sudden death of Jayananda Narazry on Wednesday. The teacher at the Boshgaon Girls ME school died of heart ailment. He left behind him his wife, a son and two daughters.
13 Oct 2015 - 9:43pm | AT News Itanagar
The District Sports Association is going to conduct the Rebi Ado Memorial Football Tournament at Aalo General Ground from October 16. The tournament is being sponsored by Doi Ado, former minister in memory of his late wife Rebi Ado.
Altogether 23 teams from the district are in the fray for the tournament which will be played on Knock-out basis. The winner of the tournament will bag cash prize of Rs. 120,000/- , the Runners Up Rs. 60,000/-, Highest Scorer and Best player will get Rs. 10,000/- each as cash prizes along with trophies.
22 Jan 2014 - 9:22pm | AT News
KMSS on Wednesday gave one week’s ultimatum to three land mafias to surrender their cultivable plot. Otherwise, these plots would be occupied.
Disclosing this, the peasant body president Akhil Gogoi told reporters in a press conference that under no circumstances the trio Suresh Prithani would be allowed to retain the plots. Gogoi said that these plots would be allowed to be used by the flood and erosion affected people.