BPF condemned Padmabil incident
The BPF party strongly condemned and demanded inquiry into killing of Bishnu Boro,who was killed by unidentified miscreants at Padmabil village under Serfanguri PS on May 1 in Kokrajhar district.
Former BTC MCLA and president of Dotma block BPF committee Indra Mahan Brahma expressing serious concern over the incident termed that it was unfortunate incident in the area.He has denied the allegation levelled against him into incident from BTC MCLA Jyotirindra Brahma said that it was baseless allegation on him.He said that no any party member and activists was involved behind incident.
Brahma also demanded inquiry into incident and punish the involved culprits as per law,besides urging district administration to take stern step into incident.
17 Aug 2016 - 2:14pm | SK Hasan
CPI leaders and activists in Nazira joined the statewide protest on Wednesday outlining the issues of price hike, inflation, Flood and erosion.
Speakers in the protest meeting demanding immediate measures to mitigate the misery of the common people.
In his speech, national executive member Kanak Gogoi said that the central government has been acting as an agent of the capitalists where the common people are bound to suffer.
He said the decision of the central government for 100% Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) will be a
threat to the Sovereignty and urged the people to resist the move.
5 Jul 2011 - 2:56pm | Mowsam Hazarika
Under food grains (Category II), the Union Agriculture Ministry has given the best performance award for the year 2010-11 to Assam. This was informed by the ministry to Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi through a letter. The award will be given away by the Prime Minister at a function to be held in New Delhi on July 16. It carries Rs 2 crore. Gogoi and State Agriculture Minister Nilomani Sen Deka will receive this award.
Last year, that is in 2010-11, Assam was able to produce 52.31 lakh metric tonne foodgrain as per third advance estimate. Likewise during the year, Assam produced a record all time high production of 50.86 lakh metric tonne of rice. The source said that this achievement has come to Assam due to proper implementation of different schemes like National Food Security Mission-Rice, Rashtriya Krishi Vikash Yojana, different irrigation and mechanization programme, newly introduced of hybrid variety of rice etc.
The reward amount for the highest food grain producing State is Rs 2 crore and Rs 1 crore will be given for individual crop category.According to an official source, Assam will utilize the reward amount to improve the working environment in the agriculture offices.
The States are divided into three categories based on the highest production level of food grain achieved by a State in the previous five years. Assam came under category II along with other States like Orissa, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Chhatishgarh, Jharkhand, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir .
29 May 2009 - 8:18am | Dibya J Borthakur
As soon as the results of HSLC exam 2009, reached the Christjyoti School ground , there was joy everywhere as Priyanuj Bhuyan of this prestigious school came top in the list. The same picture was experienced at Raha Higher Secondary School as Rishav Hajarika of this Assamese medium higher secondary school came up with 19 position in the list.