Mohmedan lifts Bodoland Martyrs gold cup
Kokrajhar: Mohmedan Sporting Club, Kolkata defeated Oil Sports Club, Duliajan 4-3 via penalty kick to lift the trophy in the final match of the19th edition of the Bodoland Martyrs Gold Cup football championship-2018 held at KDSA stadium on Sunday evening. Both team were goalless in the full time of the championship.
The winning team was awarded cash Rs. One lakh and a trophy. The runners team was awarded cash Rs. 50 thousand and a trophy.
The annual football championship was organized by Ex BLT welfare society and Kokrajhar district sports association (KDSA).
10 Nov 2011 - 1:13am | editor
Bombay Gymkhana, the elite club and cultural centre of South Mumbai paid a special tribute to Dr. Bhupen Hazarika during their quarterly music concert this week. The big gathering observed silence for his departed soul and payed a tribute to his genius. Music Secretary of the club Dr. Atul Garud mentioned in his tribute that "Bhupen da" was not just a singer and composer but was a powerful writer, poet, lyricist, social activist.. all rolled into one , a rare combination of a musical genuis.
Mumbai based Assamese violinist Sunita Bhuyan gave a classical violin and vocal recital accompanying her mother and guru Minoti Khaund, eminent violinist of Assam. Minoti expressed that she felt blessed to give our humble tribute to our beloved Bhupenda at the Bombay Gymkhana this evening!!.......Sunita expressed- "Mother and I took the audience through a journey of Bhupenda' s magical melodies and the stories behind each masterpiece... samay dheere chalo, dil hum hum kare, the iconic "biyaar nixha", manuhe manuhor baabe and finally ganga beheti ho kyon /bistrinno parore...The audience's reaction was " How can each and every song of one composer and singer be so varied and so eloquent in celebrating the myriad colours of life!" They were overwhlemed by the mastery of Dr.Bhupen Hazarika over melody, rythym and lyrics....a legend who lives on through his music and passion.
27 Jul 2015 - 4:59pm | AT News
Guwahati Press Club has urged the city police commissioner to install closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras at Ambari locality for better surveillance. It argues that besides the press club, Ambari has number public institutions namely Ravindra Bhawan, District Library, State Museum etc, where hundreds gathered every day for various activities.
“So the area should be brought under regular surveillance, where as there is no CCTV camera in this locality,” said a memorandum of the press club, which was handed over to the police commissioner Mukesh Agarwal today afternoon.
The memorandum also added that incidents of bike & car lifting in Ambari area was increasing in the recent past. An acclaimed singer Pulak Banerjee also lost his vehicle (Wagon-R VXI, vehicle no AS 01 AB 9492) on Saturday evening from the location.
It may be mentioned that such incidents took place in a number of occasions, where the miscreants lifted many two-wheelers from the same place, claimed the memorandum.
15 Sep 2012 - 5:33am | editor
Union home minister Sushil Kumar Shinde on Friday said that the overall situation in the violence-hit BTAD areas and Dhubri was normal. Talking to reporters after getting update on BTAD situation from Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi in Delhi, Shinde said that refugees in large number have left the camps. He said that those still remaining would also be rehabilitated.