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Assamese literary icon Padmanath Gohain Baruah remembered in Sonitpur

HT Correspondent TEZPUR, April 21: Several organisations paid rich tributes to noted Assamese litterateur and the first president of the Asom Sahitya Sabha Padmanath Gohain Baruah on the occasion of his 78th death anniversary on Sunday. The Tezpur Sahitya Sabha, Baan Theatre, Asamiya Bhasa Unnati Sadhini Sabha, Padmanath Gohain Barua Sakha Sahitya Sabha and several []

thehillstimes 22 Apr 2024 5:00 am

CAA an overused political tool, says TMC MP Sushmita Dev

The Times of India 22 Apr 2024 4:58 am

Silt removed from drains chokes roads of Guwahati

The Times of India 22 Apr 2024 4:43 am

BJPs contest is with AIUDF in Nagaon, Karimganj: Sarma

The Times of India 22 Apr 2024 4:38 am

People will give a befitting reply to Congress: Assam Minister Atul Bora

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The News Mill 22 Apr 2024 4:00 am

EGH-o mande sakgittamko sootgipa manderangko tarake rimchina dabia

TURA: Adita salrangna skang, East Garo Hills ajani Rongmil jolo donggipa buring damsao, Assam-ni mande sakgittamko sootenba gope galangko police-rangni manani jaman dao Assam-o dingchaoanirangko nikna manengani gimin maming dala aselrang ba sosojengjeng onganirang dongjana gita ia mande sakgittamko soote galanio jak donggipa manderangko taraken rimenba nanga gita sastirangko onchina Garo Hills-ni social activist Cherian [] The post EGH-o mande sakgittamko sootgipa manderangko tarake rimchina dabia appeared first on The Shillong Times .

The Shillong Times 22 Apr 2024 2:56 am

Assam:Naba Kumar Saranias nomination for Kokrajhar Lok Sabha polls rejected

Guwahati:During the scrutiny process, the nomination papers of Naba Kumar Sarania, a two-time sitting MP from Kokrajhar Lok Sabha Constituency in Assam, were rejected by Returning Officer Pradeep Kumar Dwivedi. Sarania, who had filed as an independent candidate, saw his nomination invalidated following a decision by the Gauhati High Court, which upheld the dismissal of [] The post Assam:Naba Kumar Saranias nomination for Kokrajhar Lok Sabha polls rejected appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 21 Apr 2024 11:20 pm

Assam: Girl sold for Rs 60000 by trafficker, returns home after 4 years, one arrested

A shocking case of human trafficking has come to light from Bashbari No.7, under the Manikpur police station's jurisdiction in Bongaigaon district.

thehillstimes 21 Apr 2024 11:11 pm

Assam: 60-year-old accused of sexually abusing minor niece in Baksa

Guwahati:A man has been accused of sexually abusing his 17-year-old minor niece in Baksa, Assam. As per reports, the accused has been identified as Laxmikant Das, 60, a resident of Simla in Baksa. The minor is reportedly now pregnant. It has been alleged that the uncle had been abusing her sexually for a long time [] The post Assam: 60-year-old accused of sexually abusing minor niece in Baksa appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 21 Apr 2024 10:14 pm

Amit Shah attends roadshow in Assam

Amit Shah attends roadshow in Assam Guwahati: Union Home Minister Amit Shah attended a roadshow in Assams Silchar town in support of the BJP candidate Parimal Suklabaidya on Sunday. The Home Minister landed at Silchar airport around 4.30 p.m. He took a chopper and reached the District Sports Association (DSA) playground in the city. The [] The post Amit Shah attends roadshow in Assam appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 21 Apr 2024 9:25 pm

Assam | Ajmal spreading communal hatred among minorities: Pradyut Bordoloi

Guwahati:As the campaigning for the Lok Sabha elections continues, Congress leader and Nagaon MP, Pradyut Bordoloi slammed AIUDF chief Badruddin Ajmal accusing him of spreading communal hatred in minority-dominated areas. He also termed cabinet minister Pijush Hazarika as the mastermind of syndicate in Assam. Speaking to the media, Bordoloi who has been campaigning for the [] The post Assam | Ajmal spreading communal hatred among minorities: Pradyut Bordoloi appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 21 Apr 2024 9:22 pm

CAA game plan by BJP to brand Bengali migrants as Bangladeshis: TMC's Abhishek

CAA game plan by BJP to brand Bengali migrants as Bangladeshis: TMC's Abhishek TMC leader Abhishek Banerjee on Sunday alleged that the CAA was a game plan of the BJP to brand Bengali Hindu migrants and bona fide citizens, who had settled in West Bengal decades back, as Bangladeshis. Addressing an election rally in Ranaghat in Nadia district, the TMC national general secretary claimed that if anyone, despite enjoying citizenship, applies for citizenship under the CAA, he or she will be branded as Bangladeshi. ''The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) is another 'jumla' of the BJP. You must remember how the BJP government in Assam had sent many Hindu Bengalis there to detention camps in the name of the National Register of Citizens. We are always on your side to fight against the BJP's game plan to take away your citizenship,'' the Diamond Harbour MP said at the programme. Banerjee challenged the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre to ensure those applying under the CAA get citizenship within a week from the date of submission of their applications. ''Is there any need to apply under the CAA, if you have voter identity, PAN or ration card? Don't apply for citizenship under the CAA. Did any BJP leader apply to the CAA portal? The answer is no,'' he said at the rally. Describing the NDA government at the Centre as ''anti-Matua community'', Banerjee claimed that Matua leader Mamata Bala Thakur was not allowed to mention names of her communitys icons, Guru Chand Thakur and Hari Chand Thakur, during her oath-taking ceremony as a Rajya Sabha MP. Banerjee, the nephew of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, accused the Narendra Modi government of depriving workers under the MGNREGA scheme by ''withholding'' funds of the rural employment programme. The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act 2005 (MGNREGA) is aimed at enhancing the livelihood security of households in rural areas of the country by providing at least 100 days of guaranteed wage employment in a financial year. ''Eighteen BJP MPs did not utter a single word when the Centre took anti-Bengal steps harming the interest of the poor. Not a single among them had brought a single paisa to the state while our MPs were suspended for raising people's grievances,'' he said. Banerjee apprehended that the ''one nation one election theory by the BJP will take away people's rights'' to cast votes in future elections. He alleged that the ''BJP was curbing the rights of Bengali Hindus to eat fish and other non-veg items in the name of religion and by imposing its diktat''

devdiscourse 21 Apr 2024 8:28 pm

RPF rescues 755 individuals in a year as human trafficking cases see upward trend in North East

Guwahati: Human trafficking is on the rise in Indias Northeast which was evident as the Railway Protection Force (RPF) of the Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) rescued as many as 16 minors in just seven days from different railway stations. Personnel of the RPF rescued these minors between April 13 and April 19 this year while [] The post RPF rescues 755 individuals in a year as human trafficking cases see upward trend in North East appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 21 Apr 2024 8:27 pm

Assam: Five including TV two actors detained for assaulting cop in Guwahati

Guwahati:A police officer from the Basistha Police Station in Guwahati, Assam was allegedly assaulted. As per reports, the police official, Pradeep Basumatary, was assaulted at a pub in Beltola, Guwahati. The incident began with Basumatary responding to complaints about the pub. A confrontation followed and later escalated into violence. Also Read: Assam: Widow accuses in-laws [] The post Assam: Five including TV two actors detained for assaulting cop in Guwahati appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 21 Apr 2024 7:47 pm

BJP let down Bengali Hindus with CAA, says Sushmita Dev

The Trinamool Congress MP from southern Assams Barak Valley said the legislation was much ado about nothing

The Hindu 21 Apr 2024 7:39 pm

Assam Cong chief Bhupen Borah asks Himanta to resign if Gaurav Gogoi wins

Assam Cong chief Bhupen Borah asks Himanta to resign if Gaurav Gogoi wins Assam Congress President Bhupen Kumar Borah on Sunday asked Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, who has been claiming that BJP will win all five seats of first phase polling, to resign if Gaurav Gogoi wins from Jorhat constituency. Addressing a press conference here, Borah also criticised Sarma over his dance moves in campaign meetings and said he should join films if he wants to entertain people. In almost all his campaign meetings, Sarma ends his speeches by dancing to BJP's theme song, being used since the last Parliamentary election -- 'Akou ebar Modi sarkar' (Modi's government, once more). ''The CM is saying that BJP will win all the five seats of Upper Assam. I am directly challenging him: will he resign if Gaurav Gogoi wins from Jorhat?'' asked the Congress leader. During the first phase on April 19, voting took place in Dibrugarh, Lakhimpur, Kaziranga, Sonitpur and Jorhat, from where Gogoi contested against sitting BJP MP Topon Kumar Gogoi. No BJP national figure came to campaign in Jorhat, and the entire campaign was led by the chief minister, who addressed multiple meetings and held several roadshows covering all the 10 assembly segments in the constituency. Several BJP state ministers like Pijush Hazarika and Jayanta Malla Baruah camped in Jorhat. Many MLAs also stayed there for a long period. ''Sarma is telling a lie to the people of Assam. Union minister Sarbananda Sonowal will lose badly from Dibrugarh only because of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act. People have voted against him for his silent support of the CAA,'' Borah claimed. Sonowal is pitted against Assam Jatiya Parishad's Lurinjyoti Gogoi, who is a candidate of the United Opposition Forum Assam (UOFA), formed in the state with 16 parties in line with the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA). Aam Aadmi Party's Manoj Dhanowar, who could make inroads in the tea garden areas, may play a spoilsport in Dibrugarh. Borah claimed that the Congress will lead in 40 out of 48 assembly seats belonging to five Lok Sabha constituencies where voting took place in the first phase. On Sarma's election campaign, the Congress leader said: ''Why does the CM dance in every meeting? He throws the mic and only dances. He does not speak about issues like price rise, unemployment, CAA, Assam Accord and labour wages.'' Borah claimed Sarma dances only to deviate people from real issues. He said, ''Those dance moves are also not anything related to the dances of Assam. If he really wants to entertain, he should join films. Why is he in politics?'' Borah wondered if any other BJP CM anywhere in the country dances during the election campaign instead of talking about issues affecting the public. ''He (Sarma) has lost his mental balance,'' he claimed. Asked about his dance moves, videos of which have gone viral, the chief minister in an interview with PTI had explained that Assam is culturally very rich and music has an important role in everyone's life. ''One of the communications with the people in Assam is music. People feel that whenever there is a song, there is some festivity. We want to convert the election into a festival. ''If you see my election speech, I don't talk about Rahul Gandhi, I don't talk about Congress. I talk only about Modi and development of Assam. Add a little bit of festivity, a little bit of music there -- it becomes lively. So, it is a mode of communication,'' he had added.

devdiscourse 21 Apr 2024 6:59 pm

Amit Shah Holds Massive Roadshow In Assam's Silchar

Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a massive rally in Assam's Silchar.

NDTV 21 Apr 2024 6:00 pm

Assam: Bus hits police constable in Sivasagar, driver flees

Guwahati:A night bus allegedly hit a police constable in Sivasagar, Assam and fled the scene, leaving at least 37 passengers stranded for hours. The incident occurred on National Highway 37 near Khowang Chariali. Traffic police constable Chandra Kamal Ahom of Moranhat police station, travelling home on his motorcycle, was hit by the night bus (registration [] The post Assam: Bus hits police constable in Sivasagar, driver flees appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 21 Apr 2024 4:56 pm

Two-Time Sitting MP's Poll Nomination Cancelled Amid Row Over His Tribal Status

Two times sitting MP Naba Sarania's nomination has been cancelled from Assam's Kokrajhar. He was one of the strongest candidates from Kokrajhar and an independent MP there. And his nomination has been cancelled as the high court upheld the cancellation of his ST certificate. It is a reserved seat.

NDTV 21 Apr 2024 4:37 pm

Assam LS polls: Two times sitting Kokrajhar MP Naba Sarania's nomination cancelled

KOKRAJHAR: The nomination papers of Kokrajhar MP Naba Kumar Sarania, who was looking for a third consecutive term, were cancelled on Sunday, officials said. Returning Officer Pradeep Kumar Dwivedi told reporters the nomination papers of Sarania were found invalid, and hence cancelled. Out of the 16 nominations filed till the last day on April 19, 15 were found valid. The candidates who are willing to withdraw their nominations can do the same by 3 pm tomorrow, he said. The Kokrajhar constituency, which is reserved for Scheduled Tribe, will go to the polls in the third phase on May 7. The authority had adjourned the scrutiny for this seat that was scheduled on Saturday. Besides Kokrajhar, voting will take place in Guwahati, Barpeta and Dhubri in the third phase on May 7. The scrutiny for the remaining three seats was done on Saturday and altogether 37 nominations were found to be valid. Sarania, the chief of the Gana Suraksha Party (GSP) who has been representing the constituency as an Independent since 2014, had filed a writ petition in the Gauhati High Court challenging the striking down of his ST (Plains) status by the State-Level Scrutiny Committee, but it was dismissed on Thursday. Following this, the MP filed the nomination as a member of the Rava community by submitting a certificate from the All Assam Tribal Sangha, issued on November 18, 1986. The community field 'Boro' has been struck off and 'Rava' has been entered without any corresponding countersignature of issuing authority, the returning officer said in his order. Observing that the certificate looked extremely doubtful, Dwivedi said it raised grave apprehensions about its genuineness. The order also noted that Sarania had won the 2019 Lok Sabha elections from the Kokrajhar seat producing a certificate of the Boro-Kachari community that was struck down by the State-Level Scrutiny Committee recently. A person cannot belong to two different communities and cannot hold two ST certificates of different communities, it added.

The New Indian Express 21 Apr 2024 4:00 pm

Assam: Widow accuses in-laws of abusing her in Sivasagar

Guwahati:A woman in Sivasagar, Assam has accused her in-laws of physically and mentally abusing her since the death of her husband. The woman, a resident of Sensuwa village in Assams Sivasagar district, has filed an FIR against her mother-in-law and sister-in-law. Also Read: Assam: 16-year-old student dies by suicide after failing HSCL exam The widow [] The post Assam: Widow accuses in-laws of abusing her in Sivasagar appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 21 Apr 2024 3:49 pm

CAA an overused political tool that stands exposed for its ineffectiveness: TMC MP Sushmita Dev

Sushmita Dev criticizes ineffective CAA in PTI interview, highlighting Hindus' initial excitement turned disappointment. Assam CM alleges anti-CAA stir based on lies, countered by TMC MP Dev. The TMC focuses on Assam polls with Mamata Banerjee's clear interest in the state.

The Economic Times 21 Apr 2024 3:15 pm

Book Review|Xomoyor Prishtha by Anuradha Pujari: An Intellectual Journey Through Time

Anuradha Sarma Pujari, a celebrated novelist and short story writer, expands her literary prowess into the realm of essays with Xomoyor Prishtha (Pages of Time). This collection, aptly titled, presents a captivating journey through various facets of life. As the preface suggests, the essays and articles delve into diverse periods, offering a rich tapestry of [] The post Book Review| Xomoyor Prishtha by Anuradha Pujari: An Intellectual Journey Through Time appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 21 Apr 2024 2:16 pm

Assam Rifles keeps Mizoram-Myanmar border gate closed even after election, locals unhappy

Assam Rifles controversy over Tiau river bridge closure post Lok Sabha polls in Champhai. The Mizoram-Myanmar border sealed without lifting, pending Free Movement Regime suspension response.

The Times of India 21 Apr 2024 1:20 pm

Repolling sought in six polling stations of Manipur

Manipur's electoral office requested fresh polling in six stations of Inner Manipur Lok Sabha constituency due to violence, booth capture, and machine destruction. Congress demanded repoll in 47 stations, alleging booth capture, including Heingang assembly segment.

The Times of India 21 Apr 2024 1:11 pm

Assam: 16-year-old student dies by suicide after failing HSCL exam

Guwahati: A 16-year-old student from Moirajhar at Salbari in Assams Baksa district, died by suicide on Saturday after failing the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination. Reports indicate she consumed pesticides. The results of HSLC exam was announced on Saturday by SEBA, and the girl could not clear the exam. Despite being rushed to the [] The post Assam: 16-year-old student dies by suicide after failing HSCL exam appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 21 Apr 2024 1:03 pm

Homemaker from Assam clears class X exam alongside daughter after 16 years

In Assam, Mazia Khatun's inspiring journey of clearing Class X after 16 years, supported by community, showcases the importance of education and determination, leading by example for her daughter and village.

The Economic Times 21 Apr 2024 12:52 pm

Union Home Minister Amit Shah to Intensify Campaign in Assam, Sets Sights on Silchar

GUWAHATI, April 21: Union Home Minister Amit Shah is gearing up to escalate his campaign efforts in Assam on Sunday, with a pivotal roadshow planned for the evening in Silchar, a significant Lok Sabha constituency in Cachar district. During his visit, Shah will fervently advocate for Parimal Suklabaidya, the Lok Sabha candidate, with the aim []

thehillstimes 21 Apr 2024 11:30 am

We will open 700 new madrasas after Lok Sabha elections: AIUDF chief Badruddin Ajmals poll promise

After the Lok Sabha elections, along with AIUDF MPs from Karimganj and Nagaon in Assam, we will open 700 new madrasas, Badruddin Ajmal said.

OpIndia 21 Apr 2024 11:24 am

Assam: College teacher on poll duty killed in road accident in Lakhimpur

North Lakhimpur: A college teacher engaged in Lok Sabha election duty died in a road mishap in Assams Lakhimpur district on Saturday. Rajib Lekharu, 57, an esteemed Assistant Professor at Bihpuria College, met with the accident on Saturday while returning home after fulfilling his duty as Presiding Officer during the elections. The unfortunate incident occurred [] The post Assam: College teacher on poll duty killed in road accident in Lakhimpur appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 21 Apr 2024 11:19 am

Lok Sabha polls: BJPs Dilip Saikia battles anti-incumbency in Darrang-Udalguri triangular contest

Udalguri: As the second phase of Lok Sabha elections approaches, the political landscape in the newly formed Darrang-Udalguri constituency in Assam is characterized by a spirited triangular contest. Incumbent MP Dilip Saikia, representing the BJP, finds himself navigating the currents of anti-incumbency, while facing formidable opponents in Durga Das Boro of the Bodoland Peoples Front [] The post Lok Sabha polls: BJPs Dilip Saikia battles anti-incumbency in Darrang-Udalguri triangular contest appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 21 Apr 2024 10:35 am

I formed INDIA bloc, will revive it after polls if we win: CM Mamata Banerjee

Mamata Banerjee forms the INDIA alliance and vows post-election revival. Support for Congress outside Bengal. Vivek Gupta attends Ranchi rally. Raiganj, Awas Yojna, and NRC declaration in Assam gain importance.

The Times of India 21 Apr 2024 9:08 am

Arunachal: Polling official, Security personnel die during election duty

Itanagar: Two election personnel engaged in assembly and Lok Sabha elections in Arunachal Pradesh succumbed to cardiac arrests, said a top election official. Additionally, three others were hospitalized following heart attacks. Changdam Yangchang, a dedicated Polling Officer stationed at Balupothar polling station in Bordumsa, Changlang district, passed away en route to the hospital after suffering [] The post Arunachal: Polling official, Security personnel die during election duty appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 21 Apr 2024 8:15 am

Lok Sabha Election 2024: 13 States Will Vote In Second Phase On April 26, Poll Campaigns Intensify

Voting under the second phase of Lok Sabha elections will take place in Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Tripura, West Bengal and Jammu and Kashmir

News18 21 Apr 2024 8:01 am

Weekly Horoscope | April 21 to April 27, 2024: Check your astrological predictions

Weekly Horoscope As the celestial tapestry unfurls, woven with the threads of planets and stars, each zodiac sign steps into a week rich with possibilities and challenges. Ourweekly horoscope(April 7-April 13) unlocks the secrets of your career and love life. Renowned astrologers have charted the course for each zodiac sign, revealing hidden opportunities and potential [] The post Weekly Horoscope | April 21 to April 27, 2024: Check your astrological predictions appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 21 Apr 2024 7:41 am

BJP will sweep all five seats in Assam: CM Sarma exudes confidence in party victory

We will win all five seats in the first phase--five out of five clean sweeps. We will also win the Karimganj seat in the second phase. In the third phase, except for Dhubri, we will win other seats. But there will be a contest in Dhubri and a good campaign is underway, said the Assam Chief Minister.

The Economic Times 21 Apr 2024 7:16 am

BJP trying to destroy Constitution adopted during Congress rule: Mahima Singh

SILCHAR, April 20: Congress leader Mahima Singh on Saturday accused the BJP of attacking and trying to destroy the Constitution which was adopted after Independence during the rule of the grand old party. Addressing a press conference here, the All India Congress Committee (AICC) communications coordinator for Assam alleged that unemployment was at an all-time []

thehillstimes 21 Apr 2024 5:35 am

Assam Rifles organizes cleanliness drive

HT Correspondent BISWANATH CHARIALI, April 20: The Assam Rifles organized a cleanliness drive at Lokra Garrison under Sonitpur district on Saturday. The Assam Rifles in collaboration with local communities conducted a cleanliness drive at the Lokra Garrison. This initiative not only reflects their commitment to environmental stewardship, but also underscores their dedication to fostering positive []

thehillstimes 21 Apr 2024 5:20 am

When royalty jostles for space in vibrant democracy

The Times of India 21 Apr 2024 5:13 am

Torch rally in Kamrup to encourage voters engagement

The Times of India 21 Apr 2024 4:44 am

Topper Anurag Doloi aims to study engineering at IIT

The Times of India 21 Apr 2024 4:43 am

Only 136 PwD voters opt for home voting

The Times of India 21 Apr 2024 4:43 am

BJP trying to destroy Constitution: Congress

The Times of India 21 Apr 2024 4:42 am

Cyber criminals gang busted in Guwahati, 4 held

The Times of India 21 Apr 2024 4:39 am

Hyderabad Police Arrest Three Persons for Kidnapping

Hyderabad: Hyderabads east zone police arrested three people who had kidnapped a seven-year-old child and were demanding a ransom of `15 lakh. The child was rescued and handed over to his parents. Police arrested 18-year-olds Chandan Kumar of Jharkhand and Meghnath Karmakar of Assam and 21-year old Anup Chowdari of Bihar at the Secunderabad railway reservation complex. They had kidnapped the child who was heading to school on Friday in Siddipets Markook mandal, after luring him with chocolates and footwear. When he did not return, the parents searched for the child and then called the police. While the investigation was underway, the father received a call from the kidnappers for the `15 lakh ransom. Officials, based on the call and a tip-off, nabbed the kidnappers and rescued the child. The kidnappers said they worked at a small factory. Hyderabad: The Karkhana police on Saturday nabbed two persons for illegal procuring, transporting and selling 200 kgs of PDS rice. Karkhana station house officer Ramakrishna identified the accused as Vadthya Lakshmi of Thimmapuram of Yadadri district, who had purchased the rice for locals and was transporting it to Koushik Goud of Alwal. She was carrying the rice in four bags in an autorickshaw when she was stopped at the BRO junction. Lakshmi said she had purchased the rice for `8 a kg and was selling it at `16.

Deccan Chronicle 21 Apr 2024 12:24 am

Weather Update: IMD Predicts Heavy Rainfall In Assam, Meghalaya, Check Out 5-Day Forecast

Assam andMeghalaya likely to experience heavy rainfall and snowfall in coming days.

Zee News 20 Apr 2024 11:25 pm

Assam: Student marked absent by SEBA despite appearing in class X exam

Guwahati:After the declaration of the class 10 results by the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA), a student has now alleged that he was marked absent in one of the exams despite appearing for it. Ankur Borah, a student from the Sandipani Vidya Mandir located at Missa in Kaliabor, Assam scored well in all his [] The post Assam: Student marked absent by SEBA despite appearing in class X exam appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 20 Apr 2024 11:23 pm

Manipur: Repolling ordered at 11 polling stations in Inner Lok Sabha constituency

Imphal:The Chief Electoral Officer of Manipur announced on Saturday the decision to conduct repolling at 11 polling stations in the Inner Manipur Lok Sabha constituency on April 22. This action comes in response to a directive from the Election Commission, declaring the previous polls held on April 19 at these stations null and void. The [] The post Manipur: Repolling ordered at 11 polling stations in Inner Lok Sabha constituency appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 20 Apr 2024 11:06 pm

Assam: Huge liquor haul seized during elections campaign

Guwahati:In a crackdown on the illegal liquor trade, the excise department seized three containers filled with Bhutanese liquor on the eve of Lok Sabha elections near Chirang, Assam. The containers were intercepted near Kajalgaon, Chirang, while travelling from Gelefu, Bhutan, towards Delhi. Authorities identified the vehicles by their registration numbers: RJ52GA3533, NL01AB7197 and NL01AH5504. Also [] The post Assam: Huge liquor haul seized during elections campaign appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 20 Apr 2024 10:30 pm

Weather bureau warns of prolonged rainfall, thunderstorms across northeast

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted light to moderate rain in several Northeastern states due to a cyclonic circulation over central Assam, now positioned over northeast Assam and extending 1.5 km above mean sea level.

thehillstimes 20 Apr 2024 9:41 pm

Assam: Minister Ranoj Pegu faces flak over conflicting posts on HSLC exam results

Guwahati:Assams Education Minister Ranoj Pegu has come under fire for creating confusion with contradictory social media posts regarding the announcement of HSLC exam results, allegedly misleading students, parents, and the public. On Friday (April 19) at 9:35 pm, Minister Pegu shared a screenshot from his parody account (peguranoj) on X, claiming it to be fake. [] The post Assam: Minister Ranoj Pegu faces flak over conflicting posts on HSLC exam results appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 20 Apr 2024 9:29 pm

Assam| Barpeta Lok Sabha constituency: Key facts, past winners, and 2019 election results

Guwahati: The Barpeta Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 14 Lok Sabha constituencies in Assam. The date of voting for the Barpeta Lok Sabha Constituency Election 2024 is 7 May (Phase 3) announced by the Election Commission of India in March. Barpeta Lok Sabha constituency literacy rate is 56.3 per cent. According to the [] The post Assam| Barpeta Lok Sabha constituency: Key facts, past winners, and 2019 election results appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 20 Apr 2024 9:15 pm

Assam: 37 nominations found valid for third phase of LS polls; scrutiny for Kokrajhar due

Assam: 37 nominations found valid for third phase of LS polls; scrutiny for Kokrajhar due Altogether 37 nomination papers were found to be valid for three Lok Sabha constituencies in Assam that will go to polls in the third phase on May 7, officials said. The scrutiny of the papers for Kokrajhar, however, is yet to be completed, they said. In the Guwahati constituency, out of 10 candidates who filed their nomination papers, eight were found to be valid, including BJP's Bijuli Kalita Medhi and Congress' Mira Borthakur Goswami, who are expected to be locked in a direct fight for the prestigious seat, which is current held by the BJP. For the Dhubri constituency, 15 candidates were found to have filed valid nominations after scrutiny, with papers of four nominees getting rejected. The minority-dominated seat is likely to witness a triangular contest among AIUDF chief and sitting MP Badruddin Ajmal, seeking to return to the Lower House for the fourth consecutive term, Congress MLA Rakibul Hussain and NDA nominee Zaved Islam of the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP). In Barpeta, one set of nomination papers was rejected, leaving 14 candidates in the fray, the officials said. The fight for Barpeta is also expected to be a three-cornered one among CPI(M)'s Manoranjan Talukdar, AGP's Phani Bhusan Choudhury and Congress' Deep Bayan. Congress' Abdul Khaleque holds the Barpeta seat, but he was not given the party ticket this time. The scrutiny of nominations for Kokrajhar constituency could not be completed on Sunday as per schedule. ''It has been adjourned... it will be done on Monday,'' an official said, without elaborating on the reason. A total of 16 candidates had filed their nominations in Kokrajhar, which is reserved for the Scheduled Tribe (ST) category. Among them is sitting MP Naba Kumar Sarania, whose writ petition in the Gauhati High Court, challenging the striking down of his ST (Plains) status by the State Level Scrutiny Committee, was dismissed on Thursday. He had been representing the constituency as an independent since 2014. The last date of withdrawal of nominations is April 22. Out of the 14 Lok Sabha seats in the state, polling in the first phase for five constituencies was conducted on Saturday, while it is scheduled for another five seats on April 26.

devdiscourse 20 Apr 2024 9:09 pm

Over 78 per cent voter turnout in first phase LS polls in Assam

Over 78 per cent voter turnout in first phase LS polls in Assam Over 78 per cent of the total 86.48 lakh voters exercised their franchise in the first phase of elections to five Lok Sabha constituencies of Assam, the Election Commission (EC) said on Saturday. According to EC data, the total voter turnout on Friday was 78.25 per cent. A poll official said no further change in voter turnout figure is expected, even though details from six polling stations are still awaited. Additionally, she confirmed that no re-polling has been ordered for the first phase of elections. Highest turnout was reported from Jorhat constituency with 79.89 per cent, followed by Kaziranga (79.33 per cent), Sonitpur (78.46 per cent), Dibrugarh (76.75 per cent) and Lakhimpur (76.42 per cent). This is the first election since delimitation of constituencies in the state last year. Boundaries of all the constituencies were re-drawn in the exercise, with Jorhat, Dibrugarh and Lakhimpur seats retaining the old names, while Tezpur and Kaliabor were re-christened as Sonitpur and Kaziranga respectively. The total polling percentage in the 2019 general elections in these constituencies was 78.33, with 82.10 per cent turnout in Kaliabor, 79.36 per cent in Tezpur, 77.50 per cent in Jorhat, 77.25 per cent in Dibrugarh and 75.10 per cent in Lakhimpur, according to official data. Polling was conducted in 10,001 polling stations from 7am to 5 pm sealing the fate of 35 candidates. Kaziranga had the highest number of 11 candidates, followed by nine in Lakhimpur, eight in Sonitpur, four in Jorhat and three in Dibrugarh. Prominent candidates in the fray included Union minister and BJP nominee Sarbananda Sonowal pitted against opposition candidate Lurinjyoti Gogoi in Dibrugarh, and Congress deputy leader in Lok Sabha Gaurav Gogoi contesting against BJP's sitting MP Topon Kumar Gogoi in Jorhat.

devdiscourse 20 Apr 2024 9:07 pm

Assam youth found dead in Hyderabad, family suspects murder

Guwahati:A youth from Assam was reportedly found dead in Hyderabad on Friday night. The body was found in Nanakramguda of Hyderabad under mysterious circumstances. The deceased was identified as 23-year-old Simanta Dutta. He was a resident of Pani Gaon in Lakhimpur, Assam. Also Read: Assam: Illegal timber mills busted in Bongaigaon His family stated that [] The post Assam youth found dead in Hyderabad, family suspects murder appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 20 Apr 2024 8:33 pm

Polling official, IRBn personnel die due to cardiac arrest during Arunachal elections

Polling official, IRBn personnel die due to cardiac arrest during Arunachal elections A polling official and a constable of the Indian Reserve Battalion (IRBn) died due to cardiac arrest during simultaneous assembly and Lok Sabha elections in Arunachal Pradesh on April 19, a top poll official said. Three others have been admitted to hospitals after suffering heart attack, he said. Polling Officer Changdam Yangchang, deployed at Balupothar polling station in Bordumsa in Changlang district, died while being taken to a hospital after suffering a heart attack during polling, Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Pawan Kumar Sain told reporters here on Saturday. Passang Dondup, a constable in the fourth IRBn, died at Tamen in Kamle district while on naka duty, he said. Three other polling personnel also suffered cardiac arrest and have been hospitalised. S K Paul, a presiding officer deployed in Upper Siang district, suffered a heart attack during polling and was admitted to a hospital in Dibrugarh in Assam, the CEO said adding that his condition is stable. ''Dinesh Kumar Panda, a central police force personnel from Odisha, who was deployed in Kurung Kumey district on election duty, also suffered a heart attack and was admitted to Tomo Riba Institute of Health and Medical Sciences (TRIHMS), where he is in ventilation,'' Sain said. The CEO said that Kesang Goiba, returning officer of Rumgong in Siang district, also suffered a heart attack and is presently undergoing treatment at a hospital in East Siang district. ''An amount of Rs 15 lakh will be paid as ex-gratia to the next of kin of the deceased, while others will be paid as per the prescribed norms of the Election Commission,'' Sain said. Polling for simultaneous elections to two Lok Sabha seats and 50 assembly constituencies in the northeastern state was held on Friday. The ruling BJP has already won 10 seats in the 60-member assembly unopposed. The CEO added that the state recorded 76.44 per cent polling for assembly polls, while the turnout in the Lok Sabha polls to East and West seats were 76.37 per cent and 70.11 per cent respectively. The CEO said that re-polling is likely to be held in five polling stations, including four in Upper Subansiri and one in Kurung Kumey district.

devdiscourse 20 Apr 2024 8:27 pm

Assam: Illegal timber mills busted in Bongaigaon

Guwahati:The forest department in Bongaigaon, Assam has raided a timber mill that was allegedly being run illegally. As per reports, the forest officials conducted a successful raid on the alleged illegal timber mills operating in Matraghola. Also Read: Assam: Guwahati police bust gang using bank accounts for cyber financial fraud, arrest 4 This raid targeted [] The post Assam: Illegal timber mills busted in Bongaigaon appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 20 Apr 2024 7:32 pm

BJP trying to destroy Constitution which was adopted during Congress rule: Mahima Singh

BJP trying to destroy Constitution which was adopted during Congress rule: Mahima Singh Congress leader Mahima Singh on Saturday accused the BJP of ''attacking and trying to destroy'' the Constitution which was adopted after Independence during the rule of the grand old party. Addressing a press conference here, the All India Congress Committee (AICC) communications coordinator for Assam alleged that unemployment was at an all-time high but the grand old party would do everything possible to solve this problem if it comes to power at the Centre. ''While the Constitution was adopted during the Congress rule, the BJP is attacking it and trying to destroy it. Demonetisation, wrongful GST, unconstitutional electoral bonds are all results of BJP's 'Mann ki Baat','' she added. On the other hand, the ''futuristic vision'' of the Congress resulted in the implementation of the Right to Education, Right to Information and Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA), Singh claimed. ''The pain and plight of every common Indian will be reflected in their votes this time,'' she asserted. Singh said that for the first time in 140 years, Census has not been conducted in 13 years, while unemployment is at its highest in 45 years. ''During the UPA tenure, 75 lakh people got jobs every year from 2004-2012, while the number was 29 lakh per year from 2013-2019. It dipped further after 2019,'' she added. On inflation, the Congress spokesperson claimed that LPG cylinders have become costlier by 120 per cent, milk by 71 per cent, flour and mustard oil by 59 per cent, diesel by 64 per cent and petrol by 37 per cent as compared to 2019. ''Crimes against Dalits have increased by 48 per cent, the number of migrants from India has more than doubled, and 23 crore Indians have been pushed into poverty under BJP rule,'' she claimed. India ranks 111 out of 125 in the World Hunger Index, while 86 women are raped every day in India, she claimed. Singh claimed that the Congress manifesto 'Nyay Patra' guarantees fundamental rights enshrined in the Constitution.

devdiscourse 20 Apr 2024 7:23 pm

Gang raped and murdered after her Class 10 exam, girl from Assam posthumously secures 1st division

Guwahati: A girl from Bongaigaon who was raped and murdered a couple of days after her Class X exams, on Friday secured first division as the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA)announced the results of the HSLC. The girl was among the 1,05,873 students who secured a first division. The girl went missing on March [] The post Gang raped and murdered after her Class 10 exam, girl from Assam posthumously secures 1st division appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 20 Apr 2024 7:05 pm

Deconstructing the spectacle and stagecraft of a Donald Trump rally

By the time Donald Trump took to the stage for his rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin, some of his most ardent supporters had spent the night in their cars amid frigid temperatures to see the man they hope to once again elect as president. As Lee Greenwoods God Bless the U.S.A. pumped from the speakers inside the convention center, the Republican former president-turned-candidate waved, swayed, clapped and blew kisses. Trump, Trump, Trump, some in the crowd of 3,200 people chanted. A young couple held their baby aloft. A few people got teary. Trumps rallies are a defining feature of his

The Sen Times 20 Apr 2024 6:01 pm

Congress and CPI(M) are helping BJP in Bengal: CM Mamata Banerjee

Congress and CPI(M) are helping BJP in Bengal: CM Mamata Banerjee Malda (West Bengal) [India], April 20 ANI: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee campaigned for Malda North Lok Sabha candidate Prasun Banerjee on Saturday and asked what the BJP has done except causing harm to the people. She claimed that in Bengal, Congress and CPI(M) are helping the BJP. At a public rally here, the West Bengal CM danced and played drums on the stage. Mamata Banerjee said, What has the BJP done for anyone? Has it done anything else except causing harm to people? During elections, we stay in rented hotels but on the other hand, PM Modi uses army benefits such as planes. Have you ever heard of anyone from the BJP or Congress going to Delhi and talking about Bengal? She hits out at incumbent BJP MP Khagen Murmu and asked where he was when funds were stopped for MGNREGA workers for 100 days of work. In Bengal, Congress and CPI(M) are helping the BJP. They suspended our MPs in Parliament but still, we went to Delhi and raised our demands. When the NRC was implemented in Assam, our leaders were stopped at Guwahati Airport; and seven cases were registered against me, she added. She further stated that the BJP won't succeed in Bengal, South India, Punjab and Delhi, and the number of votes in MP and Rajasthan would be reduced to 50 per cent so the target of 400 seats is exaggerated. Last time during the election, they assured Rs 15 lakh in everyone's account. Has anyone received the money yet? she asked. The state's three parliamentary constituencies--Coochbehar, Alipurduar and Jalpaiguri--all of which were won by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, voted on Friday in the first phase of the general elections. Polling in the 42 parliamentary constituencies in West Bengal is being held across all seven phases: April 19, April 26, May 4, May 13, May 20, May 25 and June 1. The counting of votes has been scheduled for June 4. Though the TMC is part of the INDIA bloc, it does not have a seat-sharing arrangement with the other parties in the alliance, like Congress and the Left parties in the state. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the TMC won 34 seats in the state, while the BJP had to settle for 2 seats. The CPI (M) won 2 seats, while the Congress bagged 4. However, the BJP came up with a much-improved showing in the 2019 polls, winning 18 seats against the TMC's 22. The Congress's tally dropped to just 2 seats, while the Left scored a blank. (ANI)

devdiscourse 20 Apr 2024 6:00 pm

Assam CM Himanta Biswa commits citizenship for Bengali Hindus

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma. (PTI File Image) Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma. (PTI File Image) Guwahati: Assam chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma who is campaigning in Bengali dominated Barrak Valley on Saturday said that he would provide citizenship and resolve the issue of Doubtful (D)-voters of Hindu-Bengali in next six months after the elections in the state. D-voters are those who could not provide evidence in favour of their Indian nationality. The issue of D-voters is one of the most contentious topics in Assam's political and social sphere. The concept of D-voters was introduced in Assam in 1997 by the Election Commission. It does not exist anywhere else in India. There are about 96,987 D-voters in the state. Terming the Congress party as an old note which is no longer a legal tender, Mr Sarma pledged freebies---like monthly cash benefits under a state government scheme for 26 lakh families and scholarship for female students among others to woo the voters. He also assured free houses for tea garden workers too. The BJP has fielded Transport Minister Parimal Suklabaidya from the Silchar Lok Sabha constituency, which is reserved for the Scheduled Castes. Polling in the constituency is in the second phase on April 26. Stating that Congress was in the intensive care unit and unlikely to win any election for the next 50 years Mr Sarma also slammed the Trinamool Congress for a reign of terror in West Bengal and discrepancies in social welfare schemes. We will create jobs for youths, provide higher education opportunities for girls, bridge the divide between the (Bengali-dominated) Barak Valley and (Assamese-dominated) Brahmaputra Valley, and grant citizenship for Bengali Hindus, he said. Addressing another public rally Mr Sarma said, Someone who had been thinking of supporting the Congress will not do so if the person sees Rahul baba. Asserting that his government was focusing on inclusive development of all areas, he said that his government has also decided to provide 50,000 more jobs in addition to one lakh jobs that his government has already given.

Deccan Chronicle 20 Apr 2024 5:58 pm

Assam: Guwahati police bust gang using bank accounts for cyber financial fraud, arrest 4

Guwahati: The Guwahati police have arrested four members of a gang involved in large-scale financial fraud in the city. The gang targeted unsuspecting individuals, particularly those facing financial difficulties, by promising them easy money in exchange for their bank account details, Guwahati police said in a statement. Acting on a tip-off, a joint team from [] The post Assam: Guwahati police bust gang using bank accounts for cyber financial fraud, arrest 4 appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 20 Apr 2024 5:56 pm

IN PICS | Assam's Deori tribal women cast votes during the Lok Sabha polls

Deori tribal women arrive to cast their vote during the first round of polling of India's national election in Jorhat, India, Friday, April 19, 2024. The first phase of Lok Sabha Elections concluded on April 19, marking the commencement of the world's largest democratic exercise. Voting was held in 5 seats of Assam, recording more than 70% voter turn out in 1st phase. The Deori tribe is an indigenous community primarily found in the northeastern region of India, particularly in the states of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. The Deori society is organized into clans or Khels, each headed by a chief known as Gaonbura. The Deori ethnic group are mainly divided into four clans, namely Dibongia, Borgoya, Tengaponiya and Pator-goya. The community follows a patriarchal social structure where lineage and descent are traced through the male line. Traditionally, decision-making within the community is collective and guided by elders. The word Deori is derived from Sanskrit word Devagrihik. The meaning of Deori is the people who know Deo or Gods or Goddess and worship with devotion De means God, U means offering and Ri means manner or system. Those who know the proceedings of the Puja, and perform sacrifice before the deities are called Deoris. Industrial development in the Deori territory is very limited. This is primarily due to the fact that eastern India is somewhat isolated from the rest of the country A Deori tribal woman shows the indelible ink mark on her finger after casting her vote during the first round of polling. Deori people have been primarily involved in agriculture, with rice cultivation being a major occupation. They also engage in other traditional crafts such as handloom weaving, pottery, and bamboo crafts. Deori tribal women dance before preparing a feast in Jorhat.

The New Indian Express 20 Apr 2024 4:11 pm

Manipur Lok Sabha Polls: Congress demands re-polling in 47 booths

Guwahati: With the first phase of polling marred by incidents of violence in parts of Manipur, the Congress party has demanded re-polling in 47 polling stations in all booths of Inner Manipur constituency and some in Outer Manipur constituency, the two parliamentary seats in the state, on Friday. The second phase of polling for the [] The post Manipur Lok Sabha Polls: Congress demands re-polling in 47 booths appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 20 Apr 2024 4:05 pm

Jorhats Anurag Doloi Tops Assam Board Class 10 Exam 2024, Boys Outshine Girls

Boys outshone girls in the class 10 board examinations in Assam, results of which were declared today, on Saturday. The overall pass percentage in the High School Leaving Certificate (HSCL) examination held in February-March this year was 75.7 per cent, the Board of Secondary Education, Assam, (SEBA) said. The total percentage was an improvement over... The post Jorhats Anurag Doloi Tops Assam Board Class 10 Exam 2024, Boys Outshine Girls appeared first on Northeast Today .

North East Today 20 Apr 2024 3:36 pm

History slice, songs at 11 theme-based booths

Voters in Sonitpur district queued at Ban Theatre for Lok Sabha polls, engaging with themed model stations on various subjects like history, climate change, and renewable energy, aimed at educating and enlightening the voters.

The Times of India 20 Apr 2024 1:38 pm

Over 300 members of Thapa family cast votes in Sonitpur

Over 300 members of Ron Bahadur Thapa's family, including those from different locations, cast their votes in the Lok Sabha polls. Despite challenges like conflicts and water scarcity, the family hopes for improved living standards through their elected representative.

The Times of India 20 Apr 2024 1:36 pm

Polling peaceful in Mizoram, voter turnout 60%

The Times of India 20 Apr 2024 1:33 pm

Assam Career : Sports Authority of India Recruitment 2024

Applications are invited for recruitment of various administrative positions or career in Sports Authority of India Assam. Sports Authority of India Assam is inviting applications from eligible candidates for recruitment to the post or career of Young Professional on contract basis initially for a period of 02 Years and extendable on yearly basis up to [] The post Assam Career : Sports Authority of India Recruitment 2024 appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 20 Apr 2024 1:21 pm

Manipur: Three arrested for Moirangkampu firing incident on poll day The Assam Tribune

Manipur: Three arrested for Moirangkampu firing incident on poll dayThe Assam Tribune

Manipur 20 Apr 2024 1:09 pm

Doordarshans logo colour change to saffron sparks controversy: Opposition concerned

NEW DELHI: National broadcaster Doordarshan has made a notable change to its iconic logo, transitioning from red to saffron. The announcement was shared via DD Newss official X handle, heralding the transformation with the message, While our core values remain steadfast, we present ourselves in a refreshed avatar. Brace yourself for a news experience like [] The post Doordarshans logo colour change to saffron sparks controversy: Opposition concerned appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 20 Apr 2024 1:03 pm

Manipur Election: 3 Arrested For Shooting Near Polling Shooting Near Polling Site The Sentinel Assam

Manipur Election: 3 Arrested For Shooting Near Polling Shooting Near Polling SiteThe Sentinel Assam

Manipur 20 Apr 2024 12:43 pm

Assam Career : Apply for Research Assistant job in IIT Guwahati

Applications are invited for recruitment of various research based positions or career in IIT Guwahati Assam. Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati Assam is inviting applications from eligible candidates for recruitment to the post or career of Research Assistant in the project entitled Abdul Kalam Technology Innovation National Fellowship at the Department of Mechanical Engineering. [] The post Assam Career : Apply for Research Assistant job in IIT Guwahati appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 20 Apr 2024 12:36 pm

Assam CM Extends Heartfelt Congratulations to HSLC Achievers

GUWAHATI, April 20: In a heartening gesture of encouragement and support, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Saturday extended warm congratulations to the students who successfully cleared their High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination this year. The Chief Ministers message of felicitation came in the wake of the recent announcement of results by the []

thehillstimes 20 Apr 2024 12:15 pm

Assam HSLC 2024 results: Anurag Doloi from Jorhat tops exam

GUWAHATI: Anurag Doloi from Jorhat district in Assam has topped the high school leaving certificate (HSLC) exam conducted by the board of secondary education, Assam (SEBA). Anurag Doloi is a student of the Pragya Academy Senior Secondary School in Jorhat district of Assam. Anurag Doloi scored 593 out of 600 total marks in the Assam [] The post Assam HSLC 2024 results: Anurag Doloi from Jorhat tops exam appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 20 Apr 2024 12:09 pm

Assam HSLC 2024 Result Declared: Pass Percentage at 75.70%, Check Topper's Name Here

The Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) has announced the much-awaited HSLC results 2024. Students who appeared for the Assam board class 10 exams can now access their results online. Let's dive into the details of the SEBA HSLC Result 2024.

Naukrinama 20 Apr 2024 12:08 pm

Assam HSLC 2024 result out at sebaonline.org; check scores of top five, how to obtain marksheets and more

SEBA announced Assam Board class 10th exam results with a 75.7% pass rate after 45 days. Male students excelled with 77.3%, while toppers like Anurag Doloi scored impressively. Students can access mark sheets online and request rechecking if needed.

The Times of India 20 Apr 2024 11:28 am