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DERGAON, Dec 13 - �Assam police has its glorious existence and the police force will be modernised so that it can serve the State and the nation as well.� This was stated by Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal at the Police Training College here yesterday.

Taking part as the chief guest at the passing out parade of the 43rd batch of Deputy Superintendent of Police (Probationers), the Chief Minister urged the Assam Police officials to be more dedicated while serving the people. "The Police Training College (PTC) has a long tradition and the college will be developed at par with the National Police Academy (NPA) ", the CM revealed.

Earlier the CM received salute of the parade of the 41 Deputy SPs (Probation), led by Deputy Superintendent of Police Farooq Ahmed.

In the colourful programme, State Agricultural Minister Atul Bora , CM's Media Adviser Rhishikesh Goswami and MP Ram Prasad Sarmah took part as the guests of honour while MLA Bhabendra Nath Bhorali and MLA Mrinal Saikia participated as the distinguished guests.

In the programme, state DGP Mukesh Sahay offered the welcome address while PTC Principal Moinul Islam Mandal administered the oath to the probationers. In the programme Farroq Ahmed received the all round best prize along with the other prize winners at specific field.

Death anniversary of Upen Kakati: The 38th death anniversary of Upen Kakati will be observed tomorrow with a day-long programme. The people of Dergaon will recall his contributions in a day-long programme. Late kakati played a key role in developing Assamese cinema. But strangely enough , the State Government is yet to recognise him.

He began his career as a music director in a drama Cheneh luit suti written by his elder brother late Khanindra Nath Kakati in 1965 at the age of 24. Later, he directed the music of his first cinema Rashmirekha. In the field of cinema he became popular with his song Mone khane khane binai kio. After that he successfully directed the music of the popular Assamese cinema Pranganga, Phaguni and Boari. From his school days, he started literary works and wrote several novels and dramas. His published several novels, including Mitha Jengrai, Pran Gangar paar, Mon durasar, Podumare panesoi, Sipare chinaki ghat, Matri, Dillighat and Maram iyate suise (incomplete). Similary he composed the full stage dramas namely Sambhranta atithi, Matir talar dhan and Manab rakhsy .

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Assam Police to be modernised : CM

DERGAON, Dec 13 - �Assam police has its glorious existence and the police force will be modernised so that it can serve the State and the nation as well.� This was stated by Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal at the Police Training College here yesterday.

Taking part as the chief guest at the passing out parade of the 43rd batch of Deputy Superintendent of Police (Probationers), the Chief Minister urged the Assam Police officials to be more dedicated while serving the people. "The Police Training College (PTC) has a long tradition and the college will be developed at par with the National Police Academy (NPA) ", the CM revealed.

Earlier the CM received salute of the parade of the 41 Deputy SPs (Probation), led by Deputy Superintendent of Police Farooq Ahmed.

In the colourful programme, State Agricultural Minister Atul Bora , CM's Media Adviser Rhishikesh Goswami and MP Ram Prasad Sarmah took part as the guests of honour while MLA Bhabendra Nath Bhorali and MLA Mrinal Saikia participated as the distinguished guests.

In the programme, state DGP Mukesh Sahay offered the welcome address while PTC Principal Moinul Islam Mandal administered the oath to the probationers. In the programme Farroq Ahmed received the all round best prize along with the other prize winners at specific field.

Death anniversary of Upen Kakati: The 38th death anniversary of Upen Kakati will be observed tomorrow with a day-long programme. The people of Dergaon will recall his contributions in a day-long programme. Late kakati played a key role in developing Assamese cinema. But strangely enough , the State Government is yet to recognise him.

He began his career as a music director in a drama Cheneh luit suti written by his elder brother late Khanindra Nath Kakati in 1965 at the age of 24. Later, he directed the music of his first cinema Rashmirekha. In the field of cinema he became popular with his song Mone khane khane binai kio. After that he successfully directed the music of the popular Assamese cinema Pranganga, Phaguni and Boari. From his school days, he started literary works and wrote several novels and dramas. His published several novels, including Mitha Jengrai, Pran Gangar paar, Mon durasar, Podumare panesoi, Sipare chinaki ghat, Matri, Dillighat and Maram iyate suise (incomplete). Similary he composed the full stage dramas namely Sambhranta atithi, Matir talar dhan and Manab rakhsy .