Category: Gauhati High Court

Centre holds first meet with Clause 6 team

Source: telegraphindia.com he Centre on Wednesday held the first round of meetings on implementation of Clause 6 of the Assam Accord. Union home minister Amit Shah and minister of state for home G. Kishan Reddy attended the meeting. Clause 6 reads: “Constitutional, legislative and administrative safeguards, as may be appropriate, shall be provided to protect,

Rohingya In National Register of Citizens (NRC), Now Cooling Heels In Jail

Source: sentinelassam.com SILCHAR: How fair will the National Register of Citizens (NRC) be? This question has been impinging the minds of individuals and organizations concerned with the preparation of a fault-free and foreigner-free NRC. A person declared foreigner by Foreigners’ Tribunal could get his name enlisted in NRC and when detected dared to challenge it in

Miyah Poets Get Anticipatory Bail From Gauhati HC; Three More FIRs Filed

Source: thewire.in New Delhi: Ten persons, including a group of writers and poets who identify themselves as pursuers of ‘Miyah poetry’, a form of creative expression mostly in Assamese and Bengali dialects, have been granted anticipatory bail by the Gauhati high court. They had been accused of spreading misinformation within and outside Assam about the Assamese

OSD appt: ENSF reacts to NPMSA statement

Source:nagalandpost.com Taking cognisance of the statement issued by Nagaland Planning Machinery Service Association (NPMSA) and published in local dailies on Sunday that named one of its bona fide members, Eastern Naga Students’ Federation (ENSF) has asserted that the former had no legal right or moral authority to question the legally justified decision of the State

Assam: Despite Being in Draft NRC

Source- nenow.in While the Project Elephant Division of the Ministry of Environment and Forest closely monitors trans-location of elephants, did the Assam Forest Department keep New Delhi in the dark about transportation of four elephants to Gujarat? Ranjana Gupta, Assam’s Chief Wildlife Warden, between June 12 and 14 granted permission to transport four juvenile elephants

200 Additional Foreigners Tribunals To Be Set Up In Six District Headquarters

Source: sentinelassam.com GUWAHATI: The State government will be setting up 200 Additional Foreigners Tribunals (FTs) in the six district headquarters of Guwahati, Jorhat, Silchar, Nagaon, Bongaigaon, and Tezpur to deal with the situation arising in the post-publication phase of the final NRC (National Register of Citizens). These 200 FTs will become operational almost one month