Bhutan delegation visits BTAD
A four member delegation of Bhutan Royal Government led by Sonam Topgay, Secretary for Ministry of Home & Culture, Bhutan Royal Government met BTC deputy chief Kampa Borgoyary at Circuit House in Kokrajhar on Friday to discuss on friendship and co-operation along borders regions with BTAD administration.
The Bhutan delegation also held meeting with district and police administration, in separate manner where they discussed on the border management in between Assam (India) and Bhutan country.
Bhutan delegation also included Tashi Penjore,Director of Ministry of Home & Culture,Bhutan Royal Government.
Topgay,after the meeting with BTAD administration told that they discussed on the border management to gain peace and security along border region of BTAD districts.
‘We reach here to discuss to about law and order along with border districts coordination meetings in the region, border districts with BTAD-Kokrajhar,Chirang,Baksa and Udalguri.
‘To promote friendship between India-Bhutan,cooperation, peace and integration so that people living in the border area could be held peaceful atmosphere was prime vision of the meeting’, Topgay said.
Kampa Borgoyary,BTC deputy chief said Bhutan delegation team discussed on the prevailing situation along Indo-Bhutan border areas in region.Discussion was stressed to make strong relationship and cooperation in between India and Bhutan country.
‘We have been sharing information about all matter related to border management in between two country. We have over 300 kilometer of border area with Bhutan and many common issues in border areas through which both countries can build healthy integration’, said Kampa adding that they discussed over maintaining of law and order on peaceful and harmony in the region.
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Staff and sales tax inspectors from Superintendent of taxes, Kokrajhar made a surprise checking initiative against in voiceless goods carrying out via trains in Kokrajhar from West Bengal state.
Traders and business men carries goods like clothes, toys, disposal glass, dishes from neighboring West Bengal state markets through trains without paying any taxes for business purposes.On Friday,taxes department official and staffs under the leadership of Manaj Pandey, Sales Tax Inspector made surprised checking and seized five Thelas which were brought without taxes.The seizure goods’ market value would about 22,000.
Pandey told that taxes department has been carrying checking against who brought goods without paying taxes for which why government has been losing taxes in the state. We tuned fined to the found goods that were deceit taxes to gain their business purposes,he added.
25 Oct 2010 - 2:48am | editor
An expert committee set up to study the big dams in Arunachal Pradesh prescribed construction of a small dam instead of the 2000 MW hydel dam at Lower Subansiri in Arunachal Pradesh.
This was what the panel members said as they were interacting with local people at Gogamukh after visiting the Lower Subansiri dam project at Gerukamukh. The experts were of the opinion that a small dam was feasible in the area.
They said sand structure, seismic and earthquake report allows no dam of 2000 MW capacity but have suggested a small dam. According to these experts, the dam will not contain flood as it was not a run of the river project and that the model of the mega dam for lower Subansiri had to be changed.
Notably, Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has favoured big dam citing the expert panel report on effects of dams in the state.
19 Nov 2014 - 12:27pm | AT News
Dhubri police claimed to have captured two jehadis during an operation where Burdwan blast accused Sahanur Alom is believed to have escaped on Wednesday.
Sources told Assam Times that acting on a tip off, a special unit of police launched an operation in Fakiraganj area in South Salmara where Sahanur Ali and Abdul Noor were captured.
However, Sahanur Alom, wanted in the Burdwan blast case managed to escape in the wee hours.