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Assam bandh partial

Normal life in parts of the state remains heavily disrupted following the 12 hour statewide bandh to be marred by an orgy of violent incident on Monday.
Vehicles are off from the roads. Shops and markets, schools and colleges, banks and offices are refusing to open under the impact of the bandh call by OBC youth wing.
Bandh supporters in some parts tried to enforce the bandh by burning tyres on the road to disrupt the movement of the vehicles.

 

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Bolero van recovered

10 Jun 2014 - 8:00pm | Hantigiri Narzary

Police recovered a Bolero pickup van from Kokrajhar town near Anikha Hotel on Tuesday.
The Bolero with registration number plate less was parking at the town and suspicion by the public latter informed the police which lead to recover the van. 

The police said that they have been observing the van for owner but none having owner they picked up the van. It is suspected that the car lifter was brought it after theft and parked in the town, police said.

 

Tourists killed in road mishap

25 Jan 2018 - 12:39am | AT News

TINSUKIA: At least seven people were feared dead and five others sustained injury when the vehicle carrying them slipped into a deep gorge in Arunachal Pradesh on Wednesday.

The incident took place near the tourists spot of Mayodia at around 12.00. Local residents told www.assamtimes.org that the vehicle where 15 people were travelling to the tourists spot in Lower Dibang Valley district fell into the steep gorge as it cleared the passage for another vehicle which from the opposite direction.

Local residents and police rescued five people who were rushed to the hospital. Three bodies were recovered while four others are missing and the search operation stopped in the afternoon due to deepening darkness. The search operation is resuming on Thursday morning.

Kaziranga activists released on bail

5 May 2017 - 9:09pm | AT News

Kaziranga activists, Pranab Doley and Soneswar Narah from Jeepal Krishak Shramik Sangha (JKSS) have been granted bail on Friday.

They were arrested by Bokakhat police on April 24 against a case filed on April 19 charging obstruction of public servants from discharging their duty and threatening to burn down a forest office. They were granted bail on Thursday, but arrested again in another case filed on April 24 on similar charges.