Journo meet in Margherita
Margherita journalist Association gearing up to hold its 12th Bi-Annual convention in January 15. Talking to Assam Times the journalists body said that the event will take place on January 17. The day long event will be held at Ledo,Shankardev High School premises.
30 May 2017 - 11:06pm | Ranjanjyoti Mahanta
Ramanujan Junior College,a premiere institution of Nagaon has once again proved their Supremacy by securing top ranks in HS examination 2017. Total 7 students of the college has done excellent results snatching Six top ranks in the merit lists in Science and Arts streams of HSSLC examinations conducted by the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC), the results of which were declared on Tuesday.
Rajababu Saikia of Ramanujan junior College topped the science streamscoring 482 marks in five subjects while Suman chetry stood fourth scoring 479 marks and Angshuman bhargav bagged the fifth position scoring 478 marks. Similarly, Muzamil ahmed and Bashab Ranjan dahal of the same College stood ninth and Tenth respectively in the Science stream.Muzamil scored 473 while Bashab was just one marks short than Muzamil with 472 marks. Samudrajit Baruah of the College notched Tenth position in Science stream scoring 472.
On the other hand, in Arts stream, Namrata Baruah of Ramanujan junior College stood fourth scoring 471 marks with five letters.
16 Jul 2016 - 9:33am | AT Kokrajhar Bureau
BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary laid foundation stone for constructing of multi-steroid super market complex at JD Road near Assam Oil depot on Friday in Kokrajhar.
The super market complex would be constructed at an amounting of 3.75 crores under Non Lapsable Central Pool Resources (NLCPR) scheme in Kokrajhar town covering 243.87 Sq.m. to facilitate commercial hub in the district under the supervision of Kokrajhar Development authority, which would be constructed within two years.
BTC executive member Doneswar Goyary,former BTC EM Derhasat Basumatary, Daorao Dekhereb Narzary,Chairman KDA were among others prominent attendees on the occasion.
19 Jan 2008 - 7:24am | editor
The Gauhati High Court has ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation to probe into the controversial killing of FCI officials Dr PC Ram. The FCI regional director, who was kidnapped by the ULFA, was killed in a mysterious condition in the night of July 11, 2007. The government has claimed that he was killed in a cross-fire but Dr Ram’s family members alleged that the killing was pre-planned. Taking up a petition filed by his brother on Friday the Gauhati High Court asked the CBI to file an affidavit on the case.