Rajkhowa stresses Gandhian path
Arunachal Pradesh governor JP Rajkhowa on Thursday hoped that the Gandhi jayanti celebrations would strengthen the spirit of unity among all the people across the globe and promote universal peace and tolerance.
In his message on the occasion, he said that Gandhi is the embodiment of peace and non-violence. Gandhi’s path of non violence and his commitment to democracy and humanity are universal and are revered throughout the world.
28 Mar 2014 - 10:09pm | AT News
The businessman who was shot at by miscreants in Sonari succumbed to his injuries at a private nursing home hours after he was rushed to it in Dibrugarh on Friday.
Identified as Golap Lunawat, the local trader in Sonari breathed his last at 8-30 in the evening two hours after he was rushed to the Aditya Hospital.
He sustained serious injuries at his womb when two motorcycle born youths pumped several rounds of bullets at him in front of the Sonari College in the evening.
Lunawat fell on the spot and the miscreants managed to flee from the spot immediately after the firing.
23 May 2017 - 6:54pm | AT Kokrajhar Bureau
A two day Cancer Screening camp has began from Tuesday at Marowary Yuba Mancha Bhawan in Kokrajhar to bring awareness and screening of cancer diseases among common masses in the region.
BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary inaugurated the camp, which was organized by Marowary Yuba Mancha and Jagriti, Kokrajhar.
Nearly 200 persons from different areas of the district took part in the camp. Specialist doctors from Kokrajhar RNB civil hospital screened the attended persons and checked their health.
Gautam Bhura, organizer of the camp said that the awareness camp has been organizing to make awareness among citizens in the region. 'The camp is facilitating to identify the cancer diseases among human life', Bhura said. Chandani Sarma, president of Jagriti Kokrajhar said that cancer screening camp is very much needed to check up health.Detected patients would be forwarded for medical treatment, she said.
4 Nov 2008 - 4:03am | VikashMaheswari
After K.N.L.F. killed three Bihari People in Borlalungaon of Sikanjuri under Samaguri at 5.30 A.M. this morning, Akhil Assam Bhojpuri Chatra Parishad took out a protest rally to protest against the killings. Speaking to the media the leader of the said organisation Narendra Chouhan said Parishad appeals for President's rule in Assam as Gogoi government has failed in ruling the state and the security to the people of Assam is at Stake. Thereafter they met the Deputy Commissioner of Nagaon Dr. J. Balaji who assured them that they will put there effort for complete security during Chat Puja and a proper compensation for each of the member killed in the incident. He also gave 15 thousand rupees for the funeral. A CRPF camp is also set up in the gaon to make sure no more such accident take place.
Forest Minister Rockybul Hussain and Former Chief Minister Prafulla Kumar Mahanta also visited the spot and condoled the family member of the deceased.