18 Sep 2008 - 10:57pm | editor
The Assam Rifles on Thursday has claimed that there are no ULFA camps in Myanmar. Addressing a pres conference in Shillong Director General Assam rifles Lt Gen K S Yadava said the army of the neighbouring country is acting against the Indian rebels using its territory adding that there is substantiate amount of cooperation between the two countries on this issue Lt Gen K S Yadava added that the rebels groups were to set up temporary shelters in the country and they have been coordinating with the Myanmarese army. He said the north east Indian rebels have set up camps in the dense forests along the border and that that’s why it’s quit difficult to flush these forces.
Three political heavyweights in Guwahati filed their nominations on Friday.
All these candidates were taken to the DC office premises with huge processions in Amingaon. Congress candidate Manas Bora filed nominations before the returning office at the Amingaon based office of the Deputy Commissioner.
Bora was followed by his AGP rival Birendra Prasad Baishya who reached the office premises with a huge procession of supporters.
Another candidate to have filed his nomination on Friday is Biju Phukan who is contesting from Guwahati seat with TMC ticket.
The papers would be scrutinized on Saturday while the candidates would be able to withdraw their nominations by Monday.
Polls in Guwahati along with Dhubri, Mongoldoi, Barpeta, Nagaon and Kokrajhar would take place on April 25.
The Mr & Miss India 2017 Guwahati auditions were held in the city on December 29. The four selected for the semi finals to be held in New Delhi next month are Sangeet Kr. Sinha, Shantanu Das, Preety Singha and Deepshika Bordoloi.
Mr & Miss India 2017 is a mega talent hunt being auditioned in several places in India, namely, Haldwani, Noida, Agra, Delhi, Jalandhar, Jodhpur, Ajmer and Jaipur.