Students take up plantation drive at Tangla College
As a part of World Environmental Day celebration a plantation drive was carried by students and employees of Tangla on Sunday. A total of 150 saplings were planted on the college stadium premises on Monday. The plantation drive was carried out under the joint venture of National Social Service unit and Tangla College Students' Union of Tangla College. Around 100 students and employees of College participated in the drive. I am happy that students have turned up in large number in the drive. It is important to plant trees to maintain the ecological balance," said students' union General Secretary Swdwmsa Boro .
18 Nov 2011 - 11:57pm | Anup Biswas
To expedite the momentum of developmental activities in the District of Dima Hasao and in exercise of the power conferred under Rule 31 (1) of the Assam Autonomous Districts (Constitution of District Councils) Rules 1951, the Chief Executive Member, Dima Hasao Autonomous Council, Sri Debojeet Thaosen has withdrawn the following subject like Excise and Co-operation from Shri Lallungama Nampui, Primary Education from Shri Kali joy Sengyung, Council Transport and Workshop from Subrata Hojai, Irrigation from Lalthansang Hmar, Agriculture.from Shri Ntingbambe Newme, Flood Control. from Shri Moril Masa, I.J.D.P. from Shri Prakanta Warisa and Sericulture from Shri Mayanon Kemprai, Members of the Executive Committee as given below with immediate effect.
It is also stated in the notification that henceforth, those withdrawn subjects should remain with the Chief Executive Member, Dima Hasao Autonomous Council, until further Order.
5 Feb 2011 - 6:01pm | editor
ULFA and the government are well prepared to begin the much awaited peace talks on March 10.
Disclosing this top ULFA leaders told journalists that the talk would be unconditional. Foreign secretary Sasha Chaudhury said ULFA always wants an amicable settlement to the problems crippling the people of Assam.
Vice chairman Pradeep Gogoi said self styled C in C Paresh Barua is yet to respond to their call and that it would in no way hamper the peace initiatives.
Gogoi said Paresh Barua is bound to go with the general council decisions.
6 May 2014 - 8:36am | AT News
A full scale combing operation is going on in the trouble torn BTAD areas after 36 people lost their lives in a string of attacks on the religious people.But there is no report of any notable success.
Army, police and para military forces have cordoned off a huge area in worst-hit Salbari, Gossaigaon, Kokrajhar and Narayanpuri areas in search of the miscreants who have been mongering trouble for the last couple of days.
Indo-Bhutan border has been sealed to restrict the movement of the NDFB-S militants apart from the round-the-clock vigil along the Kokrajhar-Dhubri inter district border.
A parallel operation is also in progress to seize the illegal arms in the entire BTAD areas. Security forces have been deployed in the remote and vulnerable areas in search of the miscreants. Moreover, checkings in the vehicles on the streets have been intensified to seize the illegal arms.