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Settle refugees in Gujarat: HYCP

The move to give shelter to non Muslim refugees from Bangladesh and Pakistan draws sharp reactions across the state with the various organisations criticizing the centre these days. The Hindu Yuva Chhatra Parishad asked the Centre to start the settlement in Gujarat at the earliest.

Addressing a press conference in Golaghat on Monday, the organization president Bolen Baishya that the decision will leave 2 lack bighas of agricultural land vacant in Bangladesh. On the other hand, the land deal has already made Bangladesh richer. He said it will be a threat for Assam which they won’t allow it to happen.

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Woes of flood

13 Jun 2015 - 3:15pm | AT News

The overall flood situation has gone from bad to worse following the incessant rains that cripple normal life in the state during the last one week.
More and more areas in ten districts have come under the surging waters of the river Brahmaputra and its tributaries during the last 24 hours.
Flood waters on Saturday inundated new areas in Barpeta, Lakhimpur, Dhemaji and Sonitpur districts.
Over one lakh people have been reeling under flood in Barpeta district damaging 2,800 hectares of crops.
The Brahmaputra is still flowing above the danger mark in Nimatighat in Jorhat and Dhubri where roads, embankments and bridges were washed away.

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5 killed in mishap at Raha : burnt into ashes

14 Dec 2009 - 6:49am | Dibya J Borthakur

5 persons were killed in a tragic road accident when the Indigo car they were travelling hit with a concreate wall by the NH -37 , at Phulaguri under Raha Police station. The car immediately burnt into ashes soon it hit the concreate wall. The lifeless bodies are still not identified as they turned into ashes. According to Police, the mishap took place at around 1 am today and the car was on the way to Nagaon from Guwahati.


The deceased identified as Pranjal Phukan, asst. General Manager Kalidian tea estate, his wife Dr. Rubi Borthakur who was a lecturer of Digboi women's college and their two daughters Nishita and Rwiti. They all belong to one family where as the fifth occupant of the vehicle was identified as Pradip, their domestic help. The registration number of the vehicle that went up in flames was AS-01-AK-3980.