ABSU expelled Rinjoy Boro
KOKRAJHAR: The All Bodo Students Union (ABSU) expelled of Rinjoy Boro from central committee for his anti organizational activities.
In a press statement, assistant general secretary of the students union, Khwrwmdao Wary said the student's union after the cabinet meeting held on Friday has decided to take disciplinary action against Rinjoy Boro, who was one of the central committee ABSU, Secretary.
Rinjoy Boro hails from Harisinga of Udalguri district.
23 Sep 2015 - 10:08pm | AT News Dimapur
Properties worth crores of rupees reduced to ashes when a devastating inferno wreaked no less havoc in Dimapur on Wednesday.
The fire which originated inside a small house near the Blue Hills counter on the Golaghat Road in the morning spread to the adjacent buildings at an incredible speed striking panic in the entire commercial capital town of Nagaland.
Fire tenders arrived on the spot to deal with the situation. But by then the inferno ravaged 17 houses including an almirah factory. There was no casualty. But a person sustained burn injury in the incident as he was believed to have been trying to extinguish the fire in its initial stage. Identified as Bhojen Singh from Manipur, he is battling for life at the Sharma Nursing Home.
Talking to Assam Times, Bijay Pandey, an eyewitness said the initially a room caught fire forcing the occupants to come out of it. The extent of loss could have been minimized but the occupants of these houses, mostly, were not available when the fire broke out.
Dimapur DC Kesonyu Yhome arrived on the spot and tried to tame the inferno. The real extent of damage would come to light later. Police investigation is going to ascertain the reason.
23 Apr 2017 - 7:41pm | Shajid Khan
The 25th Rongjali Bwisagu celebration which got underway on Saturday concluded here at Tangla on Sunday. The All Bodo Students’ Union (ABSU) Udalguri district commiittee along with Tangla regional unit in a bid to usher brotherhood,love and prosperity among all sections of the society, observed 25th Rongjali Bwisagu (Rongali Bihu) at Tangla Bordoloi Bhawan field.
As a part of the second day's programme a multi diverse cultural rally representing various ethnic communities was taken throughout the town. The rally was flagged off by Dr. Luke Daimari Principal of Udalguri College which was followed by open session inauguration by Dr. Liladhar Brahma retired medical officer. Cultural troupes representing Bodo, Mishing,Tiwa,Assamese, Rabha and Adivasi community performed on the ocassion. The programme was attended as chief guest by Founder-chief of National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB) D.R. Nabla alias Ranjan Daimary. Daimary said the student body had been organizing the Rongjali Bwisagu every year with an aim to create peaceful coexistence among all sections of the society. He said that Bwisagu (Bihu) is a new day and people of the region should start up with new ideas and thinkings. He also called upon the people to restore brotherhood among all sections of the society and hoped that the new year would bring total peace and tranquility in the region.
Others who spoke on the open session include Dr. Liladhar Brahma ,Dr. Pramila Boro among others. The open session was presided over by Ratendra Daimary President of Udalguri district committee ABSU.The activists of the ABSU, students of different colleges and general masses paid respect to elders and took the blessings on the occasion. Leaders of different organizations, intellectuals, senior citizens including secretary of Bodo Sahitya Sabha, Kameswar Boro,college lecturers and people from all walks of life took part in the programme.
8 Jan 2012 - 4:15am | editor
Four persons have been injured when a fully grown leopard attacked them after storming into a residential area in Guwahati on Saturday.
The leopard ran into a house on the Nabagraha Road in Silphukhuri area at around 12-30 in the afternoon. Immediately after it the leopard attacked four persons one after another. Many others managed to escape. The injured persons were rushed to GMCH. Later the leopard was taken for observation at the Assam State Zoo in Guwahati.