List of Karbi Doctors who have qualified for the post of GMDO and M& HO -I of APSC

March 25, 2012

1.  APSC Rank : 29  (Roll No : 892) Dr. Bireshwar Bey ……………..GMDO

2. APSC Rank : 304 (Roll No: 902) Dr. Tenzing Engti …………….. M&HO-I

3. APSC Rank : 326 (Roll No: 903) Dr. Ananda Kathar……………M&HO-I

4. APSC Rank : 359 (Roll No: 894) Dr. Irine Beypi ………………..M&HO-I

5. APSC Rank: 407 (Roll No: 866) Dr. Mili Ronghangpi …………M&HO-I

6. APSC Rank: 416 (ROll No:888) Dr. Tilenda Teronpi…………..M&HO-I

7. APSC Rank: 421(Roll No: 887) Dr. Dhan Kr. Engti ……………M&HO-I

8. APSC Rank : 424(Roll No. 867) Dr. Ram Ch. Rongphar…….M&HO-I

9. APSC Rank: 426(Roll No. 886) Dr. Sarsing Enghi……………M&HO-I

10. APSC Rank : 429 (Roll No: 857) Dr. Longsodar Kathar…..M&HO-I

11. APSC Rank :430 (Roll No: 884) Dr. Cliffterjones Phangcho..M&HO-I

 

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Karbi Anglong organisations resent nomination to KAAC

March 22, 2012

DIPHU MARCH 21 : In the midst of demand for nominating selected ‘Member of Autonomous Council’ (MAC) from sixth schedule tribes, who cannot elect its own representative like the Rengma, Kuki, Shyam etc. most important pressure groups of Karbi Anglong ‘Karbi Students Association’, Karbi Cultural Society, Karbi Anglong Ingenious Youth Association, Dimasa Sahayta Sabha, Karbi Students and Youth Council, have expressed its resentment over nomination of non indigenous persons to the KAAC.

These organizations have alleged Congress ruled KAAC of violating the Indian Constitution by selecting non indigenous tribes to the house of KAAC. The organizations have demanded to revoke its choice.

Alike the Karbi civil societies the association of Kuki village headman of Karbi Anglong have resented the decision of the congress ruled KAAC for not inducting MAC to the council from Kuki community.

P T Kipgen chairman of the association has cautioned the present executive committee of the council that if the quandary of the Kukis and their suffering is not looked after, then they will adopt its own policy to fight for the legitimate rights.


KPLT linkmen held

March 11, 2012

Diphu 12 Mar : Based on specific information provided by Gagaraj core of army intelligence, Borpathar police arrested two suspected linkman of KPLT Sunday night from Chokihola.

The arrested persons have been identified as Khorsing Teron 29 and Biren Singnar of Rong Hanse village, Koilamati. Bokajan sub-division.   Police recovered two KPLT extortion notes and three mobile hand sets from them.  Police also seized TVS motor cycle (AS 05E0840) used by the linkmen


21 selected , 20 MLAs take oath as Parliamentary Secys

March 1, 2012

Dr. Mansing Rongpi of Hamren Constituency absent during the oath

Bidya sing Engleng and Dr. Mansing Rongpi from Karbi Anglong amongst others .

Guwahati 1 March :Twenty MLAs were today administered the oath of office as Parliamentary Secretaries at a function at the Srimanta Sankardev Kalakshetra.

Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi administered the oath to the MLAs who would later be assigned their departments.

The MLAs who were inducted into the Government as Parliamentary Secretaries included Rajendra Prasad Singh (Tinsukia), Raju Sahoo (Chabua), Jivantara Ghatowar (Moran), Pradan Baruah (Jonai), Sarat Saikia (Mahmora), Jon Jonali Baruah (Morigaon), Sukur Ali Ahmed (Chenga), Chandan Kumar Sarkar (Dakshin Abhayapuri), Bidya Sing Engleng (Diphu), Monilal Goala (Patharkandi), Abu Taher Bepari (Golokganj), Ilias Ali (Dolgaon), Bibekananda Doloi (Jagiroad), Rana Goswami (Jorhat), Bhupen Kumar Bora (Bihpuria), Sumitra Doley Patir (Dhemaji), Bolin Chetia (Sadia), Rekibuddin Ahmed (Chhaygaon), Maneswar Brahma (Barama) and Rakeswar Brahma (Majbat).

Twenty-one MLAs were supposed to be administered the oath but Mansing Rongpi was absent today.

Of the 21 MLAs, 19 belong to the ruling Congress and two are from its ally the Bodoland People’s Front (BPF)

Chief Secretary-in charge PP Varma conducted the oath-taking ceremony


Police Outpost attacked by Villagers in Karbi Anglong, nine injured

February 26, 2012

Diphu, 26 Feb: At least nine people, including four policemen, were injured in central Assam’s Karbi Anglong district Sunday after a clash between police and villagers.

Four armed constables of 23rd IRB including five civilians were injured when a mob of around 500 persons attacked Deithor police outpost at around 10.30 am Sunday, which is believed to be the stronghold area of KPLT.

All the injured police personals and civilians were rushed to Golaghat civil hospital. The outpost is under Borpathar police station in Bokajan subdivision.

According to Siraj Ingti, officer in charge of Borpathar police station “some armed persons” in the midst of the mob fired on the police constables camped inside,meanwhile  havildar Nripan Kalita and constable Diganta Deka sustained bullet injuries in their abdomen.
The rampaging horde also destroyed the food stock of the reserved police, he said.

A Sumo patrolling vehicle and a motor bike used by the police have also been damaged by the crowd.
The office in-charge said that to disperse the mob, police had to fire more than 50 rounds in air, and in the cross firing at least four police personnel sustained injuries, a portion of the outpost have been torched by angry mob.

According to Shiraj Ingti, police patrolling party detained three youth on “suspicious” from a village near Deithor outpost on Saturday.
However, they were released on Sunday as the police did not find anything objectionable against them.

Police said that the youth after their release went back to the village and came back with more men to attack the police station.
After the incident an additional police force including CRPF has been deployed in Deithor to take stock of the situation.

“The situation turned worse when the group attacked the policemen and two of them were seriously injured,” police said adding that they had to resort to firing to control the mob.

“Four policemen and five villagers were injured during the incident,” police said adding that all the injured have been shifted to Jorhat Civil Hosiital in Jorhat.

Both Superintendent of police and deputy commissioner rushed to Deithor to take stock of the situation.
While talking to this reporter from the place of incident, Deputy Commissioner of Karbi Anglong Rakesh Kumar said “our priority is to arrange to save the injured, all the eight persons are being shifted to Jorhat Medical College and now the situation is totally under control”.


Karbi Anglong Bandh on Feb 27

February 26, 2012

Diphu 26 Feb : KSA ( Karbi Students’ Association) , KUYA (Karbi Unemployed Youth Association), KSYC ( Karbi Students’ and Youth Council), KHRW ( Karbi Human Rights Watch) has called for 12 Hrs Karbi Anglong Bandh on 27 Feb 2012 to protest against the recent recruitment of non local in Treasury Office as Junior Account Assistant.


Stormy KAAC budget session

February 25, 2012

DIPHU 25 FEB :  Non congress members of the Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council Friday walked out of the emergency budget session of KAAC protesting against various anomalies in both plan and non planned financial statement.

ASDC and PAPA backed MAC Jagat Sing Engti, Kang Jang Teron, Robin Son Kro later held a press meet at ASDC (P) office in the evening and blamed the ruling congress for its total failure in protecting the interest of the autonomous district.

Jagat Sing Engti said that the so called KAAC budget has been prepared by Assam government where no provision for proposed medical college, polytechnic, has been made.