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AJYCP hunger strike concludes

AJYCP members have ended the two days hunger strike on Saturday demanding Inner Line Permit system in the state to safeguard the interest of the indigenous people. Hundreds of AJYCP workers started the hunger strike in the morning on Friday which ended on Saturday saying that ILP is the only and best possible way to protect the indigenous people.

Talking to Assam Times, the AJYCP workers said that they won’t allow the Centre to implement the refugee notification and that they want the ILP system to be implemented. “We have been demanding the system since 1978. But the governments at the Centre and state have not been considering it. We will intensify the agitation if the government fails to step in,” said an AJYCP leader in Guwahati.

 

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KNP: death toll mounts to 595

11 Jul 2012 - 2:17am | editor

The flood wave that ravages 27 districts have left Kaziranga National Park worst-hit. The toll of animals in the UNESCO World Heritage has mounted to 595. These include 17 rhinos, 512 hog deers, 28 wild boar, 15 sambars, 10 swamp deers, five porcupines, elephants, hogbadgers and python and one each of buffalo and jackal respectively.

Tragic death of an Indian wild Gaur

13 Oct 2010 - 3:37pm | Jayanta Kumar Das

Frequent deaths of wild animals in the state has been a growing concern for the nature loving people.The causes of deaths had been- reckless driving of trucks and trains,illegal poaching,poisoning by villagers living near reserve forests and accidental deaths caused by forest officials etc.Such an incident occur on October 6 in Udalguri district when a tranquilized male Indian wild Gaur in the process of its rescue operation.The animal was spotted at Daflapota near Gelabil (Orang) on October 4. Hundreds of fun making villagers started chasing the innocent wild animal who had strayed away either from Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh jungles.A team of experts from CWRC (Conservation of Wildlife and Rehabilitation Centre) Kaziranga NP under WTI (Wildlife Trust of India) arrived, at the request of Bankim Sarma,DFO,Dhansiri Forest Division, Udalguri on October 6. The exhausted and empty stomached wild animal finally took shelter at Betali TE near Mazbat where it was tranquilized by Dr.Anil Deka of CWRC,Kaziranga NP.Five people including Dr.Deka got injury in the process of rescuing the animal.The animal was arranged to be released at Sikaridanga in Bhairabkunda Reserve Forest on October 7.But it breathed its last before regaining sense.Environmentalists said that the animal was too weak, exhausted and empty stomached at the time of tranquilizing.They also appeal people not to chase away or disturb wild animals coming out to locality in search of food.

What goes wrong with Fase Pardhi?

9 Mar 2017 - 12:03am | Bg Gogoi

Geneva, March 9: A lesser known tribe and their pathetic plights in the Indian sub continent knocked at the doors of the United Nations which is holding its 34th session of Human Rights Council in Geneva.  The Fase Pardhi community is scattered in Maharashtra, Karnataka.

In his speech at a side event "Women and Child RIghts" dalit rights activist Vishal Kamble precisely threw some lights on the sub human condition of the tribe who are still living outside the village areas without any access to education, healthcare and potable.

According Kamble, the governments have no dearth of schemes. But all of these schemes' have failed to percolate any benefit for them. As a result, these people, have been lingering in the backstage.

In his address, the Kamble observed, "Phanse Pardhi were branded ascriminal’ under the Criminal Tribes Act of 1871, which was later repealed as Habitual Offender Act of 1952. But the history of stigma survives in the form of innate tradition and rituals in this community."

Kamble also highlighted cast council system and women's plight of the Fase Pardhi.

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