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Candlelight tribute to October 30 blast victims in Diphu

Around 5,000 musicians and music lovers from Guwahati, Karbi Anglong, NC Hills and Dimapur lighting candles in remembrance of the October 30, 2008 serial Assam blasts victims in the 1st Karbi Anglong Beats Contest, organized by Eastern Beats Music Society as part of the 7th Rongthe’ang Traditional Dance and Music Fest, in Diphu on Thursday. The 1st Karbi Anglong Beats Contest was organized by Eastern Beats Music Society – the first comprehensive music society of the region.


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Aiyushman Dutta's picture

Journalist and Founder Secretary, Eastern Beats Music Society.

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Agastyi's picture

We all will pray, but there has been no true justice. Just as PM of Pakistan appeased the Lashkar-e-Taiba by blaming the LTTE for March 4, 2009 attack on Sri Lanka cricket team in Lahore, CM of Assam Tarun Gogoi and state health minister appeased ISI-Huji by passing the blame of Oct 30, 2008 blasts on NDFB and ULFA. Compare these blasts with those in Islamic countries. Everyone knows who the culprit is, except for the Congress and AUDF.

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