Ering visits flood-hit areas in Pashighat
MP Ninong Ering carried out a whirlwind tour to Anpum, Paglam, Namsing in Pasighat which have been ravaged by the recent flood. The Mebo-Dhola road have been breached at the several places cutting off the road communication which is causing great inconvenience to the populace. The fury of nature was so harsh that more than 100 houses of Anpum including Loglung villages have been washed away. Hundreds of acres of standing crops has been damaged. The entire areas was submerged during the flood. Though the situation is still grim, the people are struggling hard to cop ups with the situation.
Interacting with aggrieved families at Anpum, the MP expressed profound sorrow and pain for them. He donated one lakh and sanctioned ten lakhs for immediate relief to the effected people.
While attending the Solung celebration at Paglam, the MP lauded the people of the area especially Kalom Ering, Head Master of Paglam Govt. Secondary School for enthusiasm to maintain the culture and tradition against all odds. Celebration of such festivals not only help to maintain culture and tradition but also foster unity and brotherhood, he said.
Ering said that for long lasting solution to the chronic flood related problems of the area, a major project have to be taken up for which, he assured that he will discuss with the Chief Minister. He also assured that he will highlight the grievances and actualnsituation of the area to the central government.
The MP sanctioned three lakhs for development of primary school and seven lakhs for secondary school, Paglam. He advised them to construct the buildings on raised pillers so that flood water does not effect them.
24 Mar 2012 - 4:15am | editor
Assam cabinet sub committee report on NRC would get cabinet recommendation next week. If everything goes well, NRC updating is expected to start from July.
Disclosing this at a press conference in Guwahati, Assam accord implementation minister said, “the cabinet sub-committee on NRC will give its recommendations to the state government by March 27 after which it will be sent to the Centre for final modifications." The issue of updating the NRC in Assam has been a subject of controversy in the last few years. The government had started the work on updating the registrar in 2010, but the process was stalled following opposition by several minority organisations.
20 Aug 2016 - 8:53pm | AT Kokrajhar Bureau
The 9th edition Sujit Narzary All Assam Inter District U-13(boys) football championship 2016-17 has been begins from Saturday at KDSA ground in Kokrajhar.
In the inaugural match Chirang DSA beat Nalbari DSA 3-0, was organized by Kokrajhar District Sports Association(KDSA) for Kokrajhar zonal.The league matches of the championship being organized in four zonal across the state, which included Kokrajhar,Lakhipur(Silchar),Dhemaji and Karbi Anglong. A total of 13 teams are participating in the Kokrajhar zonal.
BTC executive member Doneswar Goyary graced as chief guest on the inaugural.Goyary,in his speech said that championship has been organized every year in memory of Sujit Narzary,who is first martyr of the Bodoland movement.The championship has been creating sporting encouragement among budding sports persons in the state.
Hemendra Nath Brahma,president of Assam Football Association while attending the occasion said it is an noble venture from AFA and KDSA to organize Under-13 football championship for the state in memory of Sujit Narzary,first martyr and footballer in his school days during eighties. He has expressed his hopeful that this championship will create good encouragement to haunt sports talents in the state.
Earlier, Rajib Brahma, BTC executive member and president KDSA and Pradip Dey, AFA executive member hoisted KDSA flag and AFA flags respectively.Mangalsing Narzary,father of Sujit Narzary paid floral tribute to the portrait of Sujit.
11 Apr 2018 - 11:43am | AT News
NEW DELHI: The Joint Parliamentary Committee set up to study the issues centering around the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016 has rescheduled the April 12 hearing for the organizations from Assam in New Delhi to April 17.
According to information, the House panel headed by Rajendra Agarwal has rescheduled the hearing acting on the suggestions to avoid the clash with the Rongali Bihu.
The panel has dozens of applications and memorandums but has figured out only 28 of these to be invited for hearing in the capital which runs into a hail of controversy. These include the All Assam Students’ Union (AASU).
Many organizations have opposed the hearing in Delhi and demands it in Guwahati instead. Some other organizations and individuals want the hearing to be boycotted in the capital.
Meanwhile, the Nagorikotta Aain Songkhudhoni Birodhi Manch has organized a sit in at Dispur on April 12 in protest against the hearing in New Delhi.