Three polling officials sustained injury when KPLT militants targeted three buses carrying them to Diphu on Tuesday.
The incident took place at Howraghat in the evening when the three buses carrying Electronic voting machines and officials from Nagaon and Tezpur.
KPLT militants who were hiding on the roadside started indiscriminate firing at the buses as soon as they arrived in the in Rongpi Tiniali.
Minutes after the attack, the militants managed to vanish from the spot. Security forces arrived in the spot and launched combing operation to nab the militants.
Normal life remains heavily disrupted in the entire hills district under the impact of the 100 hour long bandh by the Karbi militant outfit who have asked the voters the boycott the Lok Sabha polls salted for April 12.
Guwahati: A new e-magazine strikes no less attention among the internet commuity in Assam and abroad after it was launched at an event in Cotton University on Friday.
The venture by the ESCALATE , a Scientific and Social Youth Society is expected to get huge response in view of the organization’s objective to make people scientifically sound for the welfare of the society.
The occassion was marked by launching of e-magazine titled "The light-illuminating minds".
Organizers said the magazine is a collection of scientific articles from students and professors from various fields and institutions.
A section welcoming creative minds to contribute their work of art has also been included in the magazine, they said.
The magazine will be published quarterly entertaining articles from different walks of life with respect to science and social awareness which will soon be made available in blog and official FB page of ESCALATE.
30 Jul 2008 - 5:14am | Ritupallab Saikia
A children drama workshop was organized by Sisur Umola Chora at Golaghat town from July 6 to 26, 2008. The workshop was attended by noted drama personality of Assam, Sri Gunakar Deva Goswami. About 46 children participated in the workshop. As told by Jafrul Imtiaz of Sisur Umola Chora, this workshop was fourth of its kind. He further told that they also organized a Satriya dance workshop earlier. Sisur Umola Chora is trying to infuse the children with the rich culture and heritage of our folk culture, he added.
On July 26 the children participated in the workshop staged two plays named “BHOI” and “NO”. Bhoi was based on tales of Panchatantra. It was scripted and directed by Gunakar Deva Goswami. It is to be mention here that the play “BHOI” was staged with help of body language expressed by the artists without using any props. The other play “NO” was scripted by Naren Patgiri and it was directed by Gunakar Deva Goswami. Both these plays were highly acclaimed by the audience.
Assam: The Accord, The Discord – Sangeeta Barooah Pisharoty