The Nalbari Zila Krishak Sabha has decided to resort to an agitation in demand of land pattas to the genuine farmers who have been deprived due to wrong government policies. The Krishak Sabha, in its recently concluded two-day conference held at Ghograpar, adopted a number of resolutions in the interest of the farmers.


The director of rice under National Food Security Mission (NFSM) in New Delhi, MC Dibakar, recently visited the paddy fields of Nalbari district to take stock of the progress of the newly-introduced System of Rice Intensification (SRI). He also interacted with the farmers to share the experiences of this new system of rice production.

As thousands of migratory birds usually come to the wetlands of Nalbari district during the winter season, the Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Department has sensitised the veterinery doctors, veterinary field assistants and the members of Rapid Response Team (RRT) of the entire Nalbari district about the outbreak of avian influenza (bird flu).



The ambitious National Food Security Mission (NFSM) scheme has taken off in Karbi Anglong. As a part of its first experience, transplanting of rice under the NFSM scheme has been started in several areas in the district. Especially 10 hectare of paddy field of Langparpan and Borjan areas have been absorbed under the ambitious scheme for the first phase. Dr M Angamuthu, deputy commissioner, Karbi Anglong and chairman of the NFSM revealed launching the scheme that the Karbi Anglong hill district received Rs 65 lakh for the implementation of the project.