69th R-Day celebrated at Tangla
TANGLA, Jan 27: The 69th Republic Day was celebrated with pomp and gaiety at Tangla. EAC Bhergaon,Rittutam Bora unfurled the national flag at Tangla HS School play ground in the presence of a seizable gathering. .Speaking on the occasion he requested people to maintain peace in the society and to remember those who had sacrificed their lives for the freedom of the nation. He reiteirated the goodwill schemes of PM Modi led government including PMGAY,Swach Bharat among others.Twenty contingents of NCC,Scouts and Guides and teams of various local schools took part in march past event.The students of Sadhna Sangeet Kala Academy also entertained the audience by their performance. While Tangla HS school,Tangla English Medium HS (TEMHS), Don Bosco High School won first three places respectively.
10 Dec 2012 - 3:09pm | editor
Stung by incessant criticism, Dispur police grilled Congress MLA Eanmul Haque in connection with a huge Rs 270 crore scam in irrigation department a month after a senior accounts officer committed suicide blaming Haque who was OSD when the scam took place.
Haque arrived in the Dispur before police station at 9 in the evening on Sunday where he was grilled for nearly three hours. The Congress MLA is understood to have made some startling revelations during his interrogation. His name surfaced after head accountant Mothur Chandra Nath hanged himself at his residence leaving a suicide note blaming it all on the MLA. In a 22-page suicide note, he Nath alleged that during the last assembly polls in 2011, he was forced by Laskar, who was then an Officer on Special Duty in the Irrigation department, to collect huge amount of cash from contractors working for the department to fund his election expenses.
11 May 2017 - 8:00pm | AT News
After a ling wait, the three day special Assam assembly session on Thursday passed the Assam Goods Services Tax,2017 opening a new leaf in the country’ tax regime.
This would pave the way to simplify the country's tax structure which Parliament has already passed recently.
Apart from it, the government tabled six other bills which include the Assam College Employees (Provincialization) Amendment Bill, the Assam Appropriation Bill (No VI), the Assam Taxation (specified land) (Amendment) Bill, the Plantation Labour (Amendment) Bill, the Payment of Bonus (Assam Amendment) Bill, the Assam Board of Revenue (Amendment) Bill.
17 Oct 2015 - 8:07pm | Hantigiri Narzary
The All Bodo Students Union(ABSU) of Kokrajhar dsitrict unit submitted a memorandum to the deputy commissioner, Kokrajhar & superintendent of police demanding prohibiting organising of gambling and etc. at various melas during puja occasions in Kokrajhar disrict.
It was in a statement by Premjit Narzary and Nion Mushahry,secretary of the ABSU Kokrajhar district unit. The union placed some reasons in support of stopping the gambling at melas during puja occasions as it is seen that illegal games like gambling etc are found available within the puja Melas causing misuse of time and money to young people(generation) as well as society at large.
It creates intolerable public noises to residents of adjacent places of puja melas and it degrades public morals and decency.
Selling and extensive use of intoxicating substances, even by some boys of tender age is found within the puja mela premises posing trouble for their physical and mental health.
The scene of riding bike with over-speed by the youngsters on public road is seen frequently around the puja melas causing inconvenience to the passers-by.
Many unnoticed legal and social crimes crept in during these puja Melas, inside and outside the puja mela premises that does not come under the direct notice of police and society.
No engagement of volunteers are found available in any puja mela for the reason of security of public in need.
The union has urged district administration to check and stop of all kinds of gambling during puja melas before its organized in the district.