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New Bongaigaon defeat Rangiya

New Bongaigaon defeat Rangiya TINSUKIA, Feb 12 - New Bongaigaon Railway Workshop recorded a 33-run victory against Rangiya in todays match of the ongoing NF Railway Inter Divisional Cricket Tournament at the Katchujan Field here.New Bongaigaon, after being ... The Assam Tribune, 17 hours ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Ray to contest polls

Bongaigaon, Jan.12: Former All Koch-Rajbongshi Students' Union (AKRSU) leader and general secretary of Koch-Rajbongshi Mahasabha, Biswajit Ray, will contest the 2016 Assembly polls. He will contest from Bijni (in BTAD) and Bongaigaon as an ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago AKRSU chief steps down  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Biswajit Ray gives up AKRSU leadership  Assam Tribune1 month ago Akrsu fears attack  Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago
Calcutta Telegraph

No LPG connection? Try marsh gas instead

Karmakar with his device. (Tejesh Kumar) Bongaigaon, Dec. 1: A septuagenarian here is showing a novel way of producing cooking gas and manure from cow dung and urine, thereby reducing dependence on the "at-times-elusive" LPG refills. Arun ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago

TET teachers vow to continue fight

Correspondent BONGAIGAON, Feb 9 - A meeting between the All BTAD TET Teachers Association (ABTTA) and the Education Department of the BTC on February 6 at the BTC Secretariat, Kokrajhar, failed to resolve the grievances of the former. In the ...
 Assam Tribune3 days ago

AKRSU(B) unhappy over Govt favouritism

Correspondent BONGAIGAON, Jan 3 - Only political interest has compelled the State and the Union governments to favour the Bodo groups by depriving non-Bodo communities of their rights in BTAD, alleged Biswajit Ray, president of AKRSU, at a press ...
 Assam Tribune1 month ago

AKRSU(B) ST status

Correspondent BONGAIGAON, Dec 31 - Coordination Committee of Tribal Organisations of Assam has no right to oppose the ST status to the six indigenous communities, including Koch-Rajbongshi, it is the Government and the Registrar General of India ...
 Assam Tribune1 month ago

Natun Sahitya Parishad Holds its 16th Biennial Conference

THE 16th biennial conference of Natun Sahitya Parishad, a progressive literary organisation of Assam, was held from January 8 to 10 at Manikpur in Bongaigaon district. The conference upheld the view of democratic consciousness and human values with ...
 Peoples Democracy.in16 hours ago

Gogoi for double tracking of Guwahati-Tinsukia line

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. GUWAHATI, Feb. 12 -- Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has requested Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu to include double tracking of railway lines from Guwahati to ...
 HT Syndication17 hours ago

PTI - GOGOI-RAILWAY - Gogoi sends wish list to Railway minister

GOGOI-RAILWAY - Gogoi sends wish list to Railway minister Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Guwahati, Feb 12 (PTI) Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today urged Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu to include double tracking of lines from Guwahati to ...
 Namibia Press Agency20 hours ago

North-east at the centre of NDA's hydrocarbon strategy

Govt planning projects totalling Rs. India is planning projects totalling Rs.1.3 trillion in public and private investments in the north-eastern region to double oil and gas output in the next 15 years with an eye on markets such as Bangladesh, ...
 Livemint.com3 days ago
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