Adivasi Mahasabha session from Jan 18
DIMAKUCHI: Khokhabasti, a tiny hamlet in Tangla is busy with the preparation to host the Adivasi Mahasabha session. The four-days session is beginning from January 18, said the Magasabha officials.
Adivasi leaders Juwel Kawa and Prakash Topno installed the cornerstone of the session venue on Thursday in presence of many digniteries.
10 Jul 2014 - 10:58pm | AT News
Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi said that the budget was very disappointing for Assam.
Hours after Union finance minister Arun Jailtely tabled his maiden budget, Gogoi said that there is no indication of good days (achche din) for common man.
According to Gogoi, “there is no indication of good days (achche din) for the common man in the budget, as BJP's much-trumpeted slogan during the Lok Sabha election campaign claimed to usher in.
25 Oct 2015 - 6:22am | AT New Delhi
A Supreme Court panel set up to study the influx across the Indo-Bangla border suggests the country’s apex court to institute a high level probe in to the entire issue confronting the north eastern region for decades.
According to the Upamonyu Hazarika panel report submitted before the SC, the need of the hours is an independent probe into the allegations of a process that enables a Bangladeshi passport holder to own land in Assam and strangely to contest an Assembly election. It suggests the impending grave danger of the illegal migrant lobby.
Hazarika, in his report suggests a slew of restrictions in the transfer of land only to those who have been citizens of India in the year 1951 and their descendants.
The report further talks of a sterile zone along the international border which will help Assam get rid of the problem. A policy decision is required from Delhi and Dispur although the operational agency in place wants a sterile zone.
The country’s apex court is expected to take up the third repot of the Hazarika panel next week. On the basis of the earlier two reports, the Court directed the Centre and the state to take corrective measures.
13 Feb 2014 - 2:55pm | AT News
The Assam government has proposed yet another bridge on the river Bramaputra.
In his vote on account, chief minister Tarun Gogoi has proposed a bridge the river Brahmaputra linking Disangmukh to Tekeliphuta in Dhemaji district.
He said that the government would introduce the much hyped bill to appoint a Lukyukt in the next session of the assembly.