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Dhola-Sadia bridge, India’s longest, set to open in Assam

  Dhola-Sadia bridge, India's longest, set to open in Assam The 9.15 km bridge over the mighty Brahmaputra river will link Sadia in Assam and Dhola in Arunachal Pradesh. It is 3.55 km longer than the Bandra-Worli sea link (5.6 km) in Mumbai, making it the longest bridge in India. The bridge which links Dhola to Sadia -- located near the Assam-Arunachal...

Flood, landslides hit Assam

Flood, landslides hit Assam The water level in Brahmaputra river has indicated an increasing trend and is flowing above the danger level in Nimatighat, prompting the officials to suspend ferry services to the island district of Majuli from Jorhat. Ferry services have been suspended in some other stretches as well due to the increasing water level in Brahmaputra river.

Mahapurush Madhavdev birth anniversary today

Mahapurush Madhavdev birth anniversary today "Madhavdev carried forward his guru Sankardev's legacy and established several satras which have shaped the thoughts and beliefs of our land for centuries. Srimanta Madhabdeva (1489-1596) is an important preceptor of the Mahapuruxiya Dharma known for his loyalty to his guru, Srimanta Sankardeva as well as his artistic brilliance. Initially a sakta worshipper, he was converted...

Sankardev Kalakshetra museum displays rich culture of north-east india

Sankardev Kalakshetra museum displays rich culture of north-east india Srimanta Sankaradeva, Sankardev Kalakshetra is an Assamese cultural museum in the Panjabari area of Assam's Guwahati displaying rich culture of north-east. The Kalakshetra attempts to capture and convey the essence of the great seer's spirit, who preached the message of unity in diversity, sang the song of glorious Bharata-Varsha and the universal...

SS Khaplang dies in Myanmar

SS Khaplang dies in Myanmar NSCN-K chief SS Khaplang passed away in an undisclosed location in Myanmar this evening. However, official confirmation is still awaited. The NSCN-K leader was keeping unwell for some time, said Intelligence Bureau sources. His funeral is likely to take place tomorrow in Myanmar itself. “The Naga rebel leader is likely to be buried near the Taga camp...

Tihu College

Tihu College Tihu (Pron:ˈtɪhuː) (Assamese: টিহু) is a town and a town area committee established in 1951 in Nalbari district in the Indian state of Assam. The ancient name of Tihu was 'Dihu'. According to Kalaguru Bishnu Prasad Rabha, 'DI' means 'water' and 'HU' means 'flow'. 'Dihu' is actually a word of Bodo language. The ancient name of the town came...

Tangla College

Tangla College Tangla College (Tangla Mahavidyalay in Assamese) came into existence in the year 1970 as a result of sincere and untiring efforts of some of the leading personalities of the northern part of the undivided Darrang District of Assam. The college is located in a plot of land of 101 bighas 2 kathas 15 lechas reserved by the Government...

Tinsukia Commerce College

Tinsukia Commerce College, TinsukiaA College of Commerce in Tinsukia was thought of in the year 1971 by some members of the then Governing body of Tinsukia College. An Ad-hoc Committee was constituted in 1972 with Late J. N. Bhuyan as president and Sri B. K. Saraswat as secretary. The committee decided to start the college under the name of Tinsukia...