AJYCP president Manoj Baruah has tendered his resignation paving the way for Ranjit Changmai to take the rein of the organization on Sunday.
Baruah formally resigned at the special session organized at the Hotel Alankar in Guwahati. Baruah will soon join BJP. Changmai will formally take over as the party president untill further arrangement.
26 Aug 2008 - 7:35pm | editor
An inclement weather has forced Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh to cancel his Kokrajhar visit scheduled for Tuesday morning. After attending a meeting at the IIT campus in Guwahati, the Prime Minister is leaving for the national capital. Notably, on Monday Dr Singh has laid the foundation stone of the Jorhat medical College Hospital but canceled the Nagaon public rally due to bad weather. Later in the evening Dr Singh attended a cabinet meeting and assured steps to resolve the problems confronting the statre for years. A delegation of the Assam Pradesh Congress Committee too called on the prime minister and submitted a memorandum to him requesting him to solve the flood and erosion problems of the state. Bangladeshi problem also figured in the meeting.
Meanwhile, The opposition parties of Assam have felt humiliated and ill-treated by the staff of the Raj Bhawan after they were denied a meeting with the Prime Minister Monday evening. As per the itinerary, a delegation of the opposition parties comprising the AGP, BJP, AUDF and the Jamiyat had gone to the Raj Bhawan to meet the Prime Minister at 5.30 PM. However, till 7.30, no communication was sent by the Prime Minister. They also alleged that no staff member inquired during their waiting hour forcing the opposition members to walk out of the Raj Bhawan.
A public rally supporting the early completion of Martyr’s Memorial at Dighalipukhuri is going to be held on January 13, 2016 (Wednesday) at the northern bank of the historic pond. Initiated by All Assam ESM Welfare Association, the rally is scheduled to start at 11.45 am. The organizers have appealed to the citizens of Guwahati to join the mission to complete the monument at the earliest.
It is with our deepest sympathies that we regret to inform you that our dear Manju Mami (Mrs.Manju Barkataki), wife of Dr. Nripen Barkataki, left us on Tuesday evening, 15th October 2013. She passed away peacefully at her residence.
This has been a great loss, not just to our family, but to the entire community. Though married to our family, to my mum's brother, she was more than a family member and loved us selflessly.
Bright, creative and always full of energy Manju Mami was a Gold Medallist in Anthropology from Cotton College Guwahati. Her enthusiasm bound our family together.
The family is in shock and devastated by her sudden untimely death.
The funeral service will be held in Durham, England on the 25th of October, 2013. Please find details in the attachment included in this email