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    Arrow What is happening in Assam? - Keep Updated!

    Hey friends,

    I thought, why not start a discussion here on what is happening in your home state Assam. Be the first to share a news and start a discussion.

    Keep Posting!

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    Thumbs up Re: What is happening in Assam? - Keep Updated!

    Here I post the first post, which is about hope and goodwill for Assam.
    Guwahati, deprived of international cricket due to reasons varying from weather to security, was among the seven cities picked by BCCI on Wednesday to host the India-Australia one-day series scheduled in October-November this year.

    Delhi, Mumbai, Mohali, Hyderabad, Nagpur and Jaipur were the other six cities chosen for the series. Guwahati was scheduled to host the final India-England ODI last year in November but Kevin Pietersen and his men returned home midway through the series after the Mumbai terror attacks.
    What should the administration and the people do to encourage normalcy through sports?

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    Default Re: What is happening in Assam? - Keep Updated!

    That's great news Nabanita! We all wish Assam will return to normalcy, I also believe people should also stand up for their right to live peacefully and what better way than SPORTS to enliven the spirit. Just recall how the T20 world cup win for Pakistan brought smile and cheers in the faces of the terror torn state of Pakistan. And, as far as I know Assamese are by far peace lovers.

    Good Luck to all

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    Unhappy Floods wreak havoc in Assam

    Every year the floods in Assam leave a trail of destruction, washing away villages, submerging paddy fields, drowning livestock and causing loss of human life and property. And 2009 has nothing different in store for the people of Assam.
    FLOODS WREAK HAVOC IN ASSAM
    Flash floods triggered by heavy monsoon rains in Assam have displaced an estimated 200,000 people in the past two days with the state government sounding an alert as more than 300 villages were inundated, officials said Friday.

    "Four districts of Lakhimpur, Dhemaji, Jorhat and Nagaon were hit by the current wave of flooding that has left about 200,000 people displaced in some 350-odd villages during the past two days," said Assam Revenue and Rehabilitation Minister Bhumidhar Barman.Most of the displaced people are now lodged at makeshift shelters on raised embankments."We are providing food and medical support to the flood-hit people," Barman said.

    There have been several breaches in embankments in Dhakhukhana area in the eastern Lakhimpur district; besides at least two dikes have been washed away in South Asia's biggest river island of Majuli in Jorhat district, about 320 km east of Assam's main city of Guwahati.

    A Central Water Commission bulletin Friday said the main Brahmaputra river and its tributaries were flowing above the danger level in at least eight places and in full spate.An Assam government statement said a total land area of 3,000 hectares was affected.

    Source: The Hindu
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    Exclamation 1 drowned, 4 lakh people hit by Assam Floods

    Hi Friends,

    The Flood situation in Assam is very grim. I know many of you might be having your near and dear ones in the flood hit areas. Here is an update on the latest situation.

    One person drowned and at least 4 lakh people affected as the flood situation in Assam turned critical today with upper and lower parts of the state coming under water overflowing from Brahmaputra river and its tributaries whose water level was above the danger mark at several places.

    The water level of the river and its tributaries was about danger mark in Dibrugarh, Jorhat, Morigaon, Barpeta and Guwahati following incessant rain in catchment areas, official sources said here.

    The situation at Majuli, the world's largest river island, was grave with almost the entire island under flood waters and a person was reported drowned on Saturday.

    The situation in lower Assam districts of Barpeta, Bongaigaon, Dhubri and Baksa worsened with flood waters submerging nearly 50 villages and affecting more than one lakh people.

    In the worst-hit districts of Lakhimpur, Dhemaji and Jorhat vast tracts of land were submerged following breaches in embankments due to heavy rainfall in the foothills of the Himalayas in Arunachal Pradesh. In Dhemaji district, water of Semen river inundated vast tracts of land in Jonai sub-division while Gai and Jiadhol rivers were in spate, the sources said.

    The situation in Lakhimpur was very grave following a breach in the 100m embankmnent constructed by the Malaysian company Sueskira, which caused submerging of 200 villages. National Disaster Rescue Force had been pressed into service and were engaged in rescuing the affected people.

    Source: The Hindu, July 4, 2009
    Do you have relatives staying in the affected areas?

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    Default Re: What is happening in Assam? - Keep Updated!

    Many many thanks for updating news from Assam. I feed very touched whenever I get any news from my hometown. Its heavily raining at Guwahati but there is no sign of rain at North India i.e. Delhi.


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    Smile Re: What is happening in Assam? - Keep Updated!

    Thank you Nabanita. Bor bhaal thread start korisa dei. At least, we all can stay connected.

    Saswati, Narayan aapunalukok log pai bhaal lagise. Why don't you tell us about yourself and your life in Delhi as people from the NE in the following thread:
    http://www.indusladies.com/forums/de...delhi-ncr.html

    Tell your friends to join in too! Perhaps we can build a community here too.

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    Default UN Report on Assam Floods

    Thank you all for your active participation. I hope more people will share news and get connected to their home state. Keep Posting!

    This is the latest report on the Flood situation as per a July 6, 2009 report by the United Nations.


    On 5 July, the water level in the Brahmaputra River started to recede in North Lakhimpur and Dibrugarh districts of Assam. However, as of 6 July morning, parts of North Lakhimpur district reported a rise in water level, due to continuous rain in the catchment areas of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.

    Official reports state that the situation could remain grim if there is heavy rainfall and discharge of water in the upstream of the Brahmaputra River. Official sources from the sub-division of Dhakuakhana report that the flood water will remain until September 2009 since the Brahmaputra river course has entered through the breach portion of the Matmara Dyke.

    The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall over northeastern States, West Bengal & Sikkim, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Vidarbha, Orissa, Kerala and Lakshadweep in the next 48 hours. According to the Central Water Commission, the River Brahmaputra at Dibrugarh is flowing at 105.25m against the danger level of 104.24 m with a steady trend and at Neamatighat is flowing at 85.17m against the danger level of 85.04 m with a falling trend.

    On 6 July, the National Disaster Management Division (MHA) reported that 144,575 people in 201 villages in seven districts have been affected in the State due to floods so far. The affected districts are Lakhimpur, Dhemaji, Jorhat, Nagaon, Bongaigaon, Barpeta and Morigaon . Media reports claim that one person drowned in Majuli island (60 year old man whose boat capsized) and as many as 400,000 people have been displaced. The state government has set up 3 Relief camps and 2 shelter sites on the embankment.
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    Thumbs up Film Museum for Assamese Movies

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    Xagoroloi Bohu Door (
    সাগৰলৈ বহু দুৰ) (1995) aka It's a Long Way to the Sea
    Konikar Ramdhenu (
    কণিকাৰ ৰামধেনু)(2003) aka Ride on the Rainbow
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    Well, here is some good news for you all. The glorious history of Assamese film industry will now be preserved for posterity and thrown open to the public at a film museum proposed to be set up in Guwahati.The cultural affairs department has embarked on a project to set up a museum and archive of Assamese films at Jonaki a multipurpose cultural complex at Panjabari.

    Dispur has taken up the project to conserve <st1:country-region w:st="on"><st1:place w:st="on">Assam</st1:place></st1:country-region>s cinematic history and heritage, which are in danger of being lost forever. The film museum and archive will be set up and maintained by the Assam State Film (Finance and Development) Corporation Limited. This way, many iconic Assamese films, threatened with extinction for want of scientific efforts to preserve the prints, could be saved.

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    Don't you think this will be great for us?



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    Thumbs up Re: Film Museum for Assamese Movies

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    Mayuri, this is indeed a good news for Assamese movies and its preservation. Such a museum will offer a heritage to the forthcoming generations about our rich culture and the predominance of Assamese directors and films in national film history.

    Who can forget those unforgettable films by Jahnu Barua and Bhupen Hazarika's soulful music that still are fresh in our memories and will inspire more youngsters from our state to achieve that height of cinematic glory.



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