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Buyer-seller meet held

KOKRAJHAR: A buyer-seller meet was organized at Girls College auditorium hall in  Kokrajhar on Thursday. The meet was organized under the Assam agricultural business rural transportation (APART) by project ATMA Kokrajhar.

The meet has emphasized to build a healthy co-relation among buyer and sellers while bringing fruitful business opportunities in the marketing field in BTAD region.

Nodal officer, Mudiram Patari told that the meet is stressing to gain good relationship among buyer and sellers in the region.

BTC director of Agricultural MM Swargiary attended the event.

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Another ACS officer arrested in Guwahati

28 Mar 2018 - 4:21pm | AT News

 

GUWAHATI: The second huge crackdown against the officers in question in the APSC scam gathers steam as the police have caught yet another ACS officer in Guwahati hours after arresting five others.

The police have arrested ACS officer Joydev Mahanta from Panbazar area in Guwahati in the afternoon hours after they picked up five others from different places in this connection.

They include Nalbari tax inspector Barnali Devi, Mancachar based IRBN DSP Kaushik Kalita, Dhakuwakhana Circle officer Rhituraj Gogoi, Majuli assistant employment officer S Sarkar and Rangiya excise inspector Abhisekh Borbora.

All they appeared in the handwriting test conducted by the investigators two months back. Sources said a few others are likely to be arrested soon.

“We can't disclose anything now. On the basis of forensic report we are proceeding. More officers who ensured recruitment this way would be arrested,”said a senior police officer.

The special operation unit led by Dibrugarh additional SP SS Panesar has already arrested 33 people including APSC chairman Rakesh Paul in this connection.

Ambubachi fair ends

26 Jun 2015 - 1:10pm | AT News

Kamakhya temple premises atop the Neelacjhal hill is set to be fallen silent on Friday as the four day long Ambubachi fair has come to an end.

Lakhs of pilgrims from the country and abroad are waiting on long queues from early in the morning to visit the ancient temple which resumed puja offerings on Friday.

Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi visited the temple at 7-30 in the morning and offered pujas along with Kamrup (Metro) DC amnd commissioner MGKV Bhanu.

Talking to reporters, Gogoi said that he was seeking divine help to restore peace and development in the state.

Police officer suspended for Facebook status

28 Apr 2017 - 5:58pm | AT News

The Assam police on Friday suspended Anjan Bora three days after the  police officer dropped a bombshell against a BJP MLA alleging her involvement in flash trade in Dispur triggering statewide and acrimony.

Dispur police station, has further registered a case against Bora on Thursday hours after  

Inspector  General of Police Pradip Haloi who holds the charge of administration on Thursday moved CID registering a case against him alleging an uncharitable charge against the lady legislator.

Sources confirmed that Bora has been  placed under suspension during period of investigation by CID who would seek evidence from him to substantiate the allegations.

Bora, who is an assistant commandent with a force in Karbi Anglong district, in  Facebook  status revealed that the lady legislator (whom he did not name) has been making money with flash trade.