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Hope for young men

Borengajuli Army Camp under XIV Dogra Regiment in collaboration with the Bhergaon District Committee Youth, BPF jointly undertook an initiative to motivate and guide the young men to join the Army and Assam Rifles recently.

As part of the initiative the units established Help Desks at Bhergaon, Borengajuli, Kochubil, Tangla, Khoirabarii and Kailaigaon to provide single window information on recruitment procedures into the defence services.

Information pertaining to the eligibility conditions, selection parameters, conduct of the recruitment process and entrance examinations is provided to the aspirants. These young men are also given a free medical checkup and are thereafter given sustained guidance and training to prepare them for the recruitment.

These initiatives, a first of their kind in the district have generated tremendous confidence, enthusiasm and interest in the people to join the defence services and are in consonance with the primary interest of the Army and Assam Rifles in assisting the youth of the area to become useful citizens of the nation in this erstwhile militancy affected district.

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Jangostiya Aikhya Manch

18 Jul 2014 - 10:18pm | Hantigiri Narzary

A delegation team of the Jangostiya Aikhya Manch,an umbrella organisation of non-Bodos will leave for New Delhi on August 3 next and meeting with Prime Minister and Home Minister to place about prevailing situation of BTAD region of Assam.

Motiar Rahman,General Secretary of the manch while talking exclusively to Assam Times said that the state government is totally failed while maitaining law and order in the region as the common publics are facing several hardships.

He said that Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi led Congress government in the state of Assam has totally failed to providing safe and security to the common peoples in the state,especially in BTAD region innocent peoples have to faced several hardhsips in their livings.He has allegged that though social organisation and various parties were intimated all situation on occasions to Chief Minister,yet CM has not been stepping any mesaures to maintaining any law and order in the region,of which why unwanted incidents have to occurred repeatedly among society.

He said that a delegation team of the manch will leave for New Delhi on August 3 next and would meet Prime Minister and Home Minister and to discuss about prevailing situation of BTAD region. He has slammed Chief Minister for his negligence about security mesaures to the publics in the state and demanded stern step from centre itself and held good governence in the council so as to meet healthy environment.

He has also expressed serious concern over the repeatedly arisen of unwanted situations in the council said it is due to the negligence of the government and main involved culprits should be nabbed and punished.

Rahman said that the manch will contest the coming council in its stand which is scheduled next year  and the manch will not be come in alliance with any party or organisation and hope that manch will win in large numbers,he added.

 

 

Disruptive bandh in Guwahati

25 Feb 2014 - 10:07am | AT News

Roads in Guwahati city are not wearing a normal look on Tuesday following 12 hour bandh called by KMSS in protest against Pramod Boro’s death after self immolation attempt.

Bandh supporters in several places are trying to disrupt normal movement of traffic by burning tyres on the streets.

Bandh supporters in Jorabat area burnt down a truck before staging a road blockade which lasted for two hours.  Police have already detained at least 20 bandh supporters for disrupting normalcy in the city.

Rail blockade in Dima Hasao on February 27

24 Feb 2013 - 11:14am | Anup Biswas

Reacting sharply on the decision of N F Railway in regards to the extension of Hill Queen train up to Silchar, The joint Action Committee of several apolitical and social organizations like All Dimasa Students Union, Dimasa Students Union, Bengali Yuba Chatra Parishad have decided not to allow running any goods train through Dima Hasao from February 27th for an indefinite period if the Railway authority fails to rethink judiciously its decision of extension of Hill Queen train.

In this connection, a well attended serious and solemn meeting, convened by the Public Service Forum was held at the premises of Waimijing, where in representatives from various organizations like Jadikhe Naiso Hosom ( Dimasa Apex Body) Waimijing, All Dimasa Students Union, Dimasa Students Union, Bengali Yuba Chatra Parishad etc were present.

After prolong discussion the house resolved to submit a memorandum to the Union Railway Minister with a copy to the General Manager, N F Railway on February 25th and after the submission of the said memorandum, if the railway does not change the decision of extension of the Hill Queen, they will be compelled to go further more.