Adhyasradhya of ex MP Charan Narzary
KOKRAJHAR: Adhya sradhya of former MP Charan Narzary is going to be held at his Hatimata residence in Kokrajhar town on Sunday. Narzary breathed his last on July 23 due to age ailments.
He was the founding general secretary of the Plains Tribal Council of Assam (now defunct), former MLA from Kokrajhar east, former professor in Kokrajhar Govt College and associated with several organization. He was also well known writer in Bodo literature besides contributed a lot towards social uplifting in the region.
He was regarded as a prominent political leader among Bodo as well tribal peoples in the state. He born on 28th May in 1933 at Hatimata in Kokrajhar town.He was 86.
A memorial lecture on Narzary will be held on the occasion of adhyasradhya. President of Bodo Sahitya Sabha Taren Boro will attend on the occasion.
4 Feb 2018 - 12:44pm | Mithun Baruah
MARGHRITA: Despite a stepped up counter insurgency operation rebels keep moving to monger troubles along the Assam-Arunachal Pradesh border these days. Security forces claimed to have captured two NSCN-R rebels in Arunachal Pradesh on Saturday and seized some incriminating materials from their possession.
According to information, identified as Jongsham Chena and Chedang Chena, the biker duo were apprehended near New Longtoi bridge by 14 Assam Rifles jawans early in the morning. Two pistols along with ammunitions, brown sugar were seized from their possession.
16 May 2012 - 2:32am | editor
The recent killing of four youths in Sadiya mires in a major controversy when People's Union for Democratic Rights on Tuesday accused security forces of killing the youngmen in cold blood branding them Maoists.
The organization revealed that not a single policeman was injured in this encounter which was said to be a fierce one. In a statement PUDR alleged that the 'encounter' is one among several thousand such custodial killings by the security forces.
The incident took place on May 9, a joint team of Assam Police, Central Reserve Police Force and Indian Army killed the four in Saidya.
The victims were identified as Siddhartha Buragohain, Medang Gogoi alias Rajib Gogoi, Hiren Chetia alias Rajat and Kamala Buragohain. They were aged between 25 and 30 years.
31 Jan 2015 - 5:17pm | Hantigiri Narzary
A cultural rally was carried out on Friday in Kokrajhar town to mark the celebration of Third Annual Bonjar Festival,by Kokrajhar Govt. College Students Union.
The rally was comprised of various ethnic cultural demonstration from among students,teachers and saw the integrated social participation,was started from college complex via Rup Nath Brahma civil hospital Road,RNB Road,DC office Road and ended at the same point.
The festival was observed at college campus with five days long programme scheduled and hosted various discussions about building social integration and restoration of peace and harmony among all sections of society.