A US team is on a visit to Assam to find out the mortal remains of their four soldiers who died in air crash during the World War II. Led by David Gooch, the team under the banner of Joint Prisoners of War/Missing in Action Accounting Command is visiting Sivasagar district.
The focus of attention is a tiny village in Charaideo where the US team along with the officials of archeological survey of India is searching the remains of the US soldiers. The team starts search operation from Wednesday till November 5. The mortal remains, if found, would be handed over to the family members.
The crash took place on June 26 in 1944 when the US war plane crashed with eleven soldiers in Kothiakhunda village. Bodies of seven soldiers were recovered. Four others were left out because of an unavoidable circumstances.
NEW DELHI: A soon to be convened tripartite talks over the Assam Accord is expected to clear the citizenship controversy. This was what the impression of Dr Samujjal Bhattacharya after the AASU adviser along with Dipankar Nath and Lurinjyoti Gogoi called on Union home minister Rajnath Singh in the capital on Thursday.
The three member AASU delegation has warned Singh that they were not prepared to compromise the implementation of the Assam Accord and the cut off date for detecting and deporting the Bangladeshi immigrants.
The AASU team told the reporters here that they have made it plain before the home minister that they won't allow the Centre to proceed with the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016 to grant citizenship to the Hindu immigrants.
"Singh assured us within the next couple of weeks the Centre would convene a tripartite meet to discuss the Assam Accord implementation where chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal would be present," said Dr Bhattacharya.
Bessie Memorial English School (BMES) of Kokrajhar is all geared up to celebrate its 25th Anniversary with two-day long colourful programme scheduled from January 31.
Located at Balajan Tiniali, Haltugaon,the school since its establishment in 1991, has been rendering a noble service in the upliftment of the educational scenario of Kokrajhar and its adjoining areas.
“I have been a student of this school and have spent about 12 years. I passed out from this school in 2011. A lot memories, both good and bad is attached with this school and I am happy to know that it is going to celebrate its silver jubilee. I will definitely participate in the programme”, said, Dhandev Shah, a former student.
The programme will kick off on January 31 at 2 P.M. with the arrival of members and invited guests. A praise and worship and thanksgiving service will be held from 4-6 P.M. A musical cum entertainment programme too has been lined up in the late evening of the same day to entertain guests and members.
The main programme of February 1 next, will begin with the hoisting of flags in the morning at around 6 A.M. An open session will begin from 9.30 A.M. and would continue up to 4 P.M. The highlight of the day will be the cultural nite which will be participated by the staff, students, alumni, parents and well wishers of the school.
It is worth mentioning that R.S. Borgoyary, Director of Education, BTC, will grace the occasion aschief guest.