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Music video 'sokute soku thole' released

Lorence Kachari Film's  new music video titled 'sokute soku thole'  is out ..Sung by nakshatra ,cast -Vivek & Ygusmita Kachari, who hogged the limelight in 2015 when he directed a music video for Diphu-based rock band Celestial Sphere.

The music video, titled How I Wish, was aired on VH1.

Fans are already appreciating the entire vibe, and of course turning it into memes. One fan wrote, "THANK YOU FOR THIS MASTERPIECE," while another added, "I TOOK A BREAK AT WORK AND IM WATCHING IT IN THE BATHROOM I LOVE IT LOL." Same.

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More miscreants waiting to sneak!

1 May 2014 - 10:12am | AT News

A major incident of encroachment by Naga miscreants awaits Karbi Anglong bordering Nagaland. The situation along the Assam-Nagaland is likely to erupt in violence at any moment. 

According to reliable police sources, over 200 Naga miscreants are camping at a tiny village in the outskirt of Dimapur town. Backed by the NSCN militants, the armed miscreants have been waiting to sneak in to a number of villagers in Karbi Anglong district. 

Some of them have been trying to encroach upon the forest land beyond their border. But they have not been able to do it because of tight security arrangement along the inter state border because of the Lok Sabha polls. Top ranked police officials are believed to have got wind of the development and have put the security forces on maximum alert to firmly deal with the miscreants. The authorities are ready to deploy more security forces if the situation worsens.

Notably, police alertness have aborted several encroachment attempts by the Naga miscreants on many occasions during the last couple of months.      

Assam observes International Day for Biological Diversity

22 May 2013 - 8:50pm | Abdul Gani

The Assam State Biodiversity Board and the Assam Forest Department jointly organised a function to mark the International Day for Biological Diversity at Hotel Brahmaputra Ashok in Guwahati on Wednesday with the theme ‘Water and Biodiversity’ for this year.

Minister for Environment and Forests Rakibul Hussain who was the chief guest on the occasion said, “It is very important that we understand the need to conserve biodiversity and our water resources. Hence we are stressing on the formation of Biodiversity Management Committees involving local governance bodies to regulate and keep a check on the use of natural resources.”

“Children should be moulded from a very tender age and made to understand the severe implications resulting from loss of biodiversity. In this way we can hope to save our future generations,” the Minister added.

Chief Conservator of Forests (Wetlands) Dr Ranjana Gupta delivering the welcome address said Assam is a state blessed with natural resources and biodiversity. She stressed on the need to conserve biodiversity as it is vital for survival of the human population.

During the function, Minister Rakibul Hussain released two booklets, the Bengali Version of the Biological Diversity Act 2002 & Assam Biodiversity Rules, 2010 and Glimpses of Biodiversity in Assam.

Chief Conservator of Forests (Biodiversity & Climate Change) and Member Secretary of Assam State Biodiversity Board (ASBB), AK Johari made a presentation on the need to conserve freshwater ecosystems and the need to learn to share water resources.

Principal Chief Conservator of Forests & Head of Forest Force, VK Vishnoi stressed on the importance of linking water resources with working plans undertaken to conserve the same.

Secretary, Environment and Forests, Nafifa Ahmed said there is the need to create awareness among the people on the importance of conserving biodiversity and pollution of waterbodies and said it is only with the help of the people that conservation efforts can be given a concrete shape.

Renowned scientists and ASBB Board Members Dr Anil Goswami, Dr Sarat Barkakoti, RC Goswami, Dr PC Bhattacharjee, Dr Aparajita De were also present at the function.

As part of the celebration of International Day for Biological Diversity 2013 a Painting and Quiz competition among school children was also held on May 19 at the Assam State Zoo. Minister Rakibul Hussain and other dignitaries present gave away the prizes to the winners of the competition.

Cong, BJP, AIUDF going neck & neck

16 Sep 2014 - 12:05pm | AT News

AIUDF, Congress and BJP are going neck and neck in the by polls in three assembly constituencies where counting is in progress. AIUDF is likely to retain Jamunamukh as the party candidate Abdur Rahim Ajmal is taking a comfortable lead over BJP and Congress candidates Bilal Uddin and Bashir Uddin Laskar respectively till the 12 rounds of counting. Congress is likely to retain Lakhipur seat where party candidate Rajdeep Goala, the of former MLA Dinesha Prasad Goala continues to take lead over Mukesh Pandey from AIUDF) and Sanjay Thakur from BJP. The ruling Congress is set to lose its Silchar seat where BJP candidate Dilip Kumar Paul is leading over his nearest rival Congress candidate Anjan Majumdar.