Sudden inspection in Rangia-Rangapara North section
Chahatey Ram General Manager, North East Frontier Railways, conducted annual inspection of Rangia-Rangapara North section along with his team comprising of senior officers on Saturday. Inspection of stations, colonies, bridges, level crossing gates and ongoing works by local registered contractors were done. Ram carried out inspection in Rangapara North, Mazbat, Rowta Bagan, Udalguri and Tangla railway stations.
During his brief stopover at Tangla railway station local people, members of student bodies feted him. ABSU and AABYSF activists jointly submiitted a 16-point demand memorandum citing various necessities and demands including stoppage of superfast and Naharlagun-New Delhi AC express trains at Tangla railway station. They also submitted memorandum citing various necessities including potable drinking water facilities, ATM facility, waiting room among others.
Rajya Sabha MP Santius Kujur also apprised GM Ram on the people's demand for stoppage of Naharlagun-Delhi AC express at Tangla railway station.
8 Dec 2012 - 4:25am | editor
Electronic Media Forum Assam (EMFA) has welcome the verdict of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Kamrup in regards to the sensational GS Road Molestation case, where the accused journalist has been acquitted. In a judgment, delivered on Friday, the CJM has convicted eleven out of fifteen accused. The EMFA expresses happiness that its unanimous decision in respect of Gaurav Jyoti Neog, the than reporter of News Live, was vindicated by the CJM court.
It may be mentioned that the EMFA in a general meeting at Guwahati Press Club on July 16 had resolved that the visual related to July 9, 2012 GS molestation case was insufficient to convict Gaurav Jyoti. However the meeting reposed full faith on the judicial system of the country and decided to wait for the verdict.
As court was has acquitted Gaurav Jyoti, who had resigned from the organization with an aim to cooperate with the investigating agencies, the EMFA has welcome him in its fold again.
29 Mar 2009 - 9:03pm | editor
Assam's noted astrologer Amal Das, popularly known as Kero Young was arrested on Sunday by police four days after income tax officials conducted a raid at his residence and business establishments in Guwahati.
According to information, the astrologer was absconding following his implications in tax evasion cases.
Moreover, he was implicated under a few stringent wildlife Acts after the skins and bones of wild animals were recovered by forest officials from his business establishments during the income tax raid before it was sealed.