Kokrajhar ready for Lok Sabha elections
Kokrajhar is all set for upcoming Lok Sabha election on April 23 next as Election Commission of India (ECI) announced dates of the election on Sunday.
Speaking to media on Monday, Returning Officer and Deputy Commissioner Partha Prathim Majumdar said that the election in Kokrajhar Lok Sabha elections will be in held over 2000 polling stations across the Kokrajhar Lok Sabha seat.
Necessary preparation and arrangements are made to conduct the election with smooth environments as per norms of the election commission.
Notification would be issued on March 28,last day of the nomination filling on 4th April, last day of the withdrawal on 8th April, voting on 23rd April and counting would be taken place on 23rd May.
30 Mar 2012 - 2:10pm | editor
For the third consecutive day, the Opposition parties continue to boycott the proceedings in the Assam Assembly. But the House proceedings are going on in the absence of the Opposition members.
The House proceeding began at 9 in the morning. But the Opposition members staged silent demonstration outside the House demanding withdrawal of “unparliamentary” word slammed against AIUDF members by Speaker Pranab Gogoi.
28 Jun 2015 - 10:40am | Hantigiri Narzary
The entrance gate of an ancient temple was lost partially damaged when a moderate earthquke jolted Basugaon along with other parts of lower Assam.
One of the stone made lions installed at the entrance gate of the Gauri temple collpased under the impact of the moderate earthquake on Sunday.
Local residents came out in large numbers to escape the death when the building were shaking. Thousands of local people went to the temple premises to see the damaged walls.
24 Mar 2019 - 9:09pm | Dibya J Borthakur
Nagaon: A team of Flying Squad comprising of Nagaon police and Excise personnel today seized 42 cartoons of foreign liquer at Sialmari from a Tata Magic vehicle bearing no. AS 02 BC 7095. According to sources , the illegal liquors were being secretly transported to Kachua , Kampur by a man identified as Anuwar Hussain. Sources further said that the seized illegal liquors were brought to Kachua by a political leader with an aim to distribute among voters for the ensuing Lok Sabha election.