IAF chopper crash: The incident took place at Sumoimari Chapori, a police officer told IANS, adding that Defence and IAF personnel were on their way to Majuli.
Dipankar Bose, Group General Manager of NTPC’s Bongaigaon operation, blames the railways for the problem, saying the railways have not been able to provide rakes to move more quantity of coal to NTPC’s Bongaigaon plant from the Central India Coalfields despite the latter having enough coal.
While the country’s first gas-based fertiliser plant was set up at Namrup in the early 1960s by the Fertiliser Corporation of India, the Namrup plants were bifurcated from the former’s successor Hindustan Fertilizer Corporation Ltd in 2002 to constitute the BVFCL in 2002.
A Guwahati-based NGO that works for cancer patients as well as raising awareness about cancer, the children’s centre has been named Sishu Ashray Sthal.
Due to the adoption of new methods of payment by the department, fund disbursals to genuine job-card holders have been expedited, senior officials of the department informed Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal at a review meeting.
“There were multiple burn-like injuries on her chest. We are trying to ascertain the cause of her death and have sent the body for post-mortem,” Morigaon superintendent of police Swapnaneel Deka said.
Tarun Gogoi, the former chief minister of Assam and a veteran Congress leader, said that intelligence did not inform him about the bureaucrat’s proximity to the RSS when he was appointed at this post.
The young founder and creative director of Studio Bordoloi, Ranjan Bordoloi, has been selected for the Forbes India 30 Under 30 2018, a prestigious list of achievers across 15 categories.
Kenichi Yokoyama said Assam was at a very advantageous position being geographically located at the centre of the regional cooperation framework in Asia.
On Sunday, stamp released to honour the man who captained the national football team of independent India in the 1948 London Olympics.
Mumbai-based filmmaker Bidyut Kotoky’s Xhoixobote Dhemalite (Rainbow Fields) is based on true events and depicts stories of children growing up amid violence and brutality around them.
Participants from Nagaland, Manipur and Assam staged a demonstration after the organisers allegedly discriminated against them and hurled racial slurs.
Both families began suspecting within days that the respective babies were not theirs, but it took them two years nine months for them to establish this, with DNA tests of the two babies and the four parents.
The disconnect of North East with the rest of India can also be attributed to the absence of stories about the culture and society in the region on the silver screen.
Hard copies of the draft NRC will be on display for people to check in the NRC Sewa Kendras (NSK) in respective villages in rural areas and wards in urban areas.