Diphu : Militants again shot dead four Hindi speaking people in Karbi-Anglong district on Saturday late night. Police said a group of 10-15 heavily armed militants abducted six persons of two family, including a woman, from upper Deihori village and took them to Rongbong ghat under Shantipur out post of Bokajan police station, lined them up and fired indiscriminately. Four persons died on the spot while two other managed to escape with heavy injury.
The deceased were identified as Mohan Kanu, 35; his wife Sheela Gupta, 30; Nandalal Swami, 20; and Mahabir Swami, 25. Ram Swami, 30 and Kanu Swami managed to escape from the spot though they were injured by gunshots. Later they informed police that all miscreants spoke Karbi with them and had asked them to leave Karbi Anglong
Where is Ingti Kathar Songbijit? Is the NDFB-S boss preparing to foment fresh trouble? DGP Khagen Sarma has the information.
Talking to reporters in Guwahati on Wednesday, Sarma said the dreaded militant leader has been hiding somewhere outside the country.
“He is advising his fellow militants from outside the country,” said the DGP after he attended a function in Guwahati on Wednesday.
But what about G Bidai alias Bishnu Goyari? The NDFB-S vice-president who unleashed the December-end bloodbath is believed to have been criss crossing between India and Bhutan if Sarma is to be believed.
Sarma said there was no question of withdrawing operation against the Bodo militant outfit.
The 3rd Bodoland Kickboxing championship, 2015 and first triennial conference, was started from today at Titaguri Iragdao community hall in Kokrajhar.
The championship was organised Kickboxing Association of Bodoland Territorial Council, Assam and over 150 participants from four districts of the council are participating in various categories of the competition.
Former MLA and president of Assam Football Association Hemendra Nath Brahma graced the championship as chief guest and inaugurated in the presence of huge crowd of the participants and officials of organising committee.
The championship saw a healthy amusement amongst participant and publics and the competition was von ducted in five categories like Sime contact, light contact, full contact, tigh kick and low kick.
Nripendra Chandra Roy, president of the association told that the championship has been began here with three days programme scheduled and participants from four districts are participating. He said that the association was working to creating sports talents in the region and every year holding championship. He also told that the participants who are gaining to show best performance in the championship, they would be fowrded to take park in the national Kickboxing championship to be held in August next in Msharastra state.
14 Jan 2009 - 8:24pm | gpnarua
Recently a few well known IT companies have decide not to hire present employees of Satyam. There are few thousand of fresh graduates who have been given appointment letters by Satyam but not yet given the date of joining. They are still waiting to be called. Perhaps all of them would have to forget about their career in Satyam for the new board will hardly be able to absorb any more additional manpower without setting the house in order. So in all practical reasons these young graduates having appointment letter would miss the bus of getting the promised job in Satyam without any fault of them. If these fresh engineers are denied employment by other big IT companies now, would it not create a social upheaval?
It is true that IT companies primary function is to run their companies efficiently. The companies are not responsible to manage the social upheaval. But in case of all Satyam's employees are debarred from employment to keep away from the allegation of poaching of employees, by others, it would be sad story of denial of employment to deserving people. Is not it true?
It is true that IT companies are not under any obligation to hire employees in case work do not demand it. But in case there are opportunities to employ qualified experience staff why people should be banned simply because they were employees of a tainted company?
I am sure when intelligent and dedicated employees would like to shift out it may be possible that they would not demand higher compensations. Some one should ask the intending employees of Satyam, who would like to shift out, whether 20% salary cut would be acceptable to them or not?
Let us hope for the best and prepare those IT experts for the worst. Let us ask them whether they are willing to join large reputed IT companies with less compensation than their present job or not? Or would they like to accept a salary cut in Satyam itself?
Another important question needs to be answered is that how fair IT companies are to debar or deny employment to a vast pool of competent human resource simply because they once worked in a taint anted company. Is it correct for large IT companies to keep them away in the premises that Satyam should be allowed to revive with their present employees only? I invoke the reaction of all the intelligent right-thinking professionals in this regards. Let us debate whether debarring of Satyam employees from employment in large IT companies are steps in the right direction? Please contribute.
Assam: The Accord, The Discord – Sangeeta Barooah Pisharoty