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HS final examination starts

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Nearly 7000 students are appearing in the HS final examination which beings from Tuesday in 25 centres across the Kokrajhar district.

The examination is conducted under strict observation of CCTV and security deployment across the district. Students appeared in the final examination in a healthy discipline and peaceful as today is English subject on the first day of the final examination. Nearly 6103 students appeared in Arts stream, 759 in Science and 162 in Commerce stream respectively.

Principal of Kokrajhar Govt HS & MP school, Jayanta Kumar Roy told that the final examination is started from today in a strict observation of CCTV and security deployment. He said that the examination is going on healthy,smooth and peaceful manner. The centre is kept on strict discipline besides making strong observation. 

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NE Films in MIFF 2014

5 Feb 2014 - 12:24am | AT News

6 competition films from the North East India have selected in the Mumbai International Film Festival for Documentary, Short and Animation Films (MIFF 2014) 3-9 February. These films are showing in Tata Theatre from 5-8 February.

1. ‘Rahashyar Bitchaku (Assam) by Altaf Mazid

This film is on popular and prolific writer Ranju Hazarika, writing since the 1970s onwards, regaling readers with characters from his work from the time of their childhood. His themes range from detective /horror stories to social romance on subject as varied as alien creatures invading our earth, explorers dying mysteriously in deep Amazon forests, on death silently hitting those who hear mystical musical tune, or an impossible love between two people of diverse social status. His close to 700 published books are nearly all best sellers.

2. Resonance of mother’s melody (Assam) by Dip Bhuyan

Kongthong, a remote Khasi village in Meghalaya of the Indian sub-continent is characterised by a unique age-old practice of communication through whistling. It is perhaps the only place in India where people communicate among themselves through whistling and using different tunes to call each other. After knowing this, a young researcher went to the place with a group to explore the things. She observed it and had interactions with the villagers, headman and others and finally came out with some interesting facts. The researcher could discover that every child has his/her own special tune given at the time of birth by the mother and at a later stage of growth, a shorter version of that tune is used for communication. The documentary film starts with the journey of the researcher and goes on with the things of the place and finally ends with various findings of her research.

3 Lady Musket’ (Mizoram) by Malsawmkima Chhangte

This film depicts an unusual event in the life of the of a young Mizo girl. It attempts to illustrate a different aspect of the role of women in early Mizo life from the stereotypical girl who either stays at home, works in the field or is basically unable to fend for herself.
It starts with a brief narration of the old way of life of the Mizo with visual imagery (sketches) depicting the narration. Emphasis laid on the danger of the life of the people who are always at war with each other. The Scene then dissolves into a scene where the protagonist is being stalked by two warriors from a neighbouring tribe, is abducted and carried back to the enemy village. The ambush party stops for a rest at a thlam (hut) where the girl somehow manages to escape and take revenge on her captors

4. Snake under the bed’ (Manipur) by Romi Meitei

Ningthou who is from a far village, bought a boot for his personal use from a market. He thought his newly purchased boot would be very helpful for agricultural activities. But his fate disheartens him. There was an order issued from State home ministry that no one is allow to use army military accessories. Everyone who posses such items were burning to ash so that they can be safe. But Ningthou doesn’t want to loose his new boot so easily as he didn’t use for a once. He hides his boot one place to another and keeps shifting/changing the places. He has no place to hide, he is really afraid. Finally he throws away his precious boot into a big canal in the middle of the night. The next early morning Army founds his boot.

5. My Grandpa's Home (Manipur) by Alexander Leo Pou

This film captrues the intimate dying moments of the Poumais tradition and culture.

6. The Skiff (Manipur) by Kh. Biswamittra Singh

He is poor. He is in his teens. He is from a rural area closed to Imphal. He has the National characters –hard working, sincerity, punctuality, discipline, firm determination, sacrificial spirit and observes Brahmacharya by controlling his semen. He is Tomcha. In India, people are eagerly looking forward for “Vision 2020”. It is the National ethos and dream of the country. But many plan-periods could not go through the frozen layers of poverty. “Below Poverty Line” is reddish in colour and still found very clear. None of the National Lenders moulds National Pillars of the future. But Tomcha is as poor as the lonely skiff in the stormy ocean of life.

The two other films in the information section of the festival is ‘NH39’ by Waribam Dorendra and ‘Manipuri Pony’ by Aribam Syam Sharma.

Bangla denies Paresh Baruah’s presence on its soil

13 Apr 2008 - 2:17am | editor
Bangladesh has denied the presence of ULFA commander in chief Paresh Baruah but virtually admitted that the most wanted man was very much there. Addressing press joint conference on Saturday in Delhi, Bangladesh Rifles Director general Major General Sakil Ahmed said the ULFA chief “is no longer” on the soil of Bangladesh indirectly admitted that he was there very much.

On its side, BSF handed over a list of 117 northeast militant camps operating on Bangladesh soil to its Bangladeshi counterpart and also asked them to hand over ULFA chief Paresh Barua.

BSF has claimed Barua is hiding in Bangladesh. But Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) chief Major General Shakil Ahmed emphatically stated that Barua is 'no longer staying' in his country.

India had consistently maintained that Barua, 51, against whom Interpol issued a red corner notice in 1997, has been operating from Bangladesh. He is believed to be spearheading the ULFA fight for a separate homeland in India's northeastern state Assam.

Ahmed further said insurgency in northeast was a 'threat' to Bangladesh and his country did not harbour terror outfits groups or provide any support to its leaders.

He said insurgency in the northeast is a threat to Bangladesh. We don't want insurgency in the region because it spills over to Bangladesh. There is no question of any camp being set up and run in Bangladesh. ” However, BSF chief Mitra said that 117 camps of northeastern militant groups are still operating on the soil Bangladeshi

Swimmers ready for National Games

19 Oct 2015 - 10:38pm | AT News

Altogether 54 swimmers are prepared to represent Assam in the National Games in Kolakata slated for November 3 to 7. The entire team comprises 4 Under 19 girls, 8 Under 19 boys, 7 Under 17 girls, 13 Under 17 boys. These are apart from 13 Under 14 boys and 9 Under 14 girls.

 

 

Under 14 (Boys)

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Swimmer

District

Event

  1.  

Abhigyan Madhurja Dutta

Sibasagar

50 FS / 50 BR / 50 BF (100 FSR)

  1.  

Sarman Terang

Jorhat

50 FS / 100 FS / 100 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Anudhan Hazarika

Jorhat

100 FS / 200 FS / 200 BF (100 RFS)

  1.  

Gyan Sandhan Kashyap

Jorhat

200 FS / 400 FS / 50 BF (4 x 100 FSR) (R)

  1.  

Jay Baruah

Kamrup

400 FS / 100 BK / 200 BK

  1.  

Manjim Gogoi

Sivasagar

50 BK

  1.  

Anamitra Phukan

Golaghat

50 BK

  1.  

Debanga Raj Dutta

Jorhat

100 BK / 100 BR / 200 BR

  1.  

Rishikesh Bora

Jorhat

200 BK / 200 IM

  1.  

Tridip Barman

Golaghat

50 BR

  1.  

Garick Wahangbam

Sonitur

200 BR

  1.  

Bikram Chmagmai

Jorhat

200 BF / 200 BF / 200 IM (4 x 100 FSR)

  1.  

Monjul Hussain

Sivasagar

100 BF

 

Under 14 (Girls)

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Swimmer

District

Event

  1.  

Sivangi Sarmah

Kamrup

50 FS / 50 BR / 100 BR

  1.  

Sayeda Antara Zaima

Kamrup

50 FS / 100 FS / 200 FS (100 RFS)

  1.  

Ishani Gogoi

Jorhat

100 FS / 50 BK / 50 BF (100 RFS)

  1.  

Ishika Bhattacharjee

Kamrup

200 BK / 50 BK / 100 BK

  1.  

Kabyashree Oja

Sonitpur

100 BK / 200 BK (100 RFS)

  1.  

Reinita Gogoi

Kamrup

50 BR / 100 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Monali Mishra

Jorhat

200 BR

  1.  

Subhalakhi Hazarika

Jorhat

50 BF / 400 FS (100 RFS)

  1.  

Ashmita Goswami

Jorhat

100 BF

 

Under 17 (Boys)

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Swimmer

District

Event

  1.  

Tanisnam Talukdar

Kamrup

50 FS / 50 BK / 100 BK (100 RFS)

  1.  

Niharjyoti Laskar

Kamrup

50 FS / 50 BR / 100 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Bigang Das

Jorhat

100 FS / 400 FS / 800 FS (100 RFS)

  1.  

Arkit Ray

Kamrup

100 FS / 50 BF

  1.  

Arurag Das

Kamrup

200 FS / 200 BR (100 RFS) (R)

  1.  

Trivarg Arandhana

Kamrup

200 FS

  1.  

Saikh Nur Asadulla

Kamrup

400 FS

  1.  

Udipta R. Handique

Kamrup

800 FS / 50 BK / 200 BK

  1.  

Mayukh Baruah

Jorhat

100 BK / 200 BK / 200 IM (100 RFS)

  1.  

Milantan S. Dutta

Jorhat

50 BR / 100 BR / 200 BR

  1.  

Hrishanta Basak

Kamrup

50 BF / 100 BF / 200 BF

  1.  

Amar Biswas

Kamrup

100 BF / 200 IM

  1.  

Kumar Aditya Narayan Dev

Kamrup

200 BF

Under 17 (Girls)

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Swimmer

District

Event

  1.  

Violina Das

Kamrup

50 FS / 50 BK / 100 BK

  1.  

Nilakhi Gogoi

Sivasagar

50 FS / 100 FS (100 RFS)

  1.  

Vhasati P. Dutta

Jorhat

100 FS / 200 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Darathi Tanti

Kamrup

50 BK / 100 BK / 200 BK

  1.  

Sreya Sampurna Saikia

Kamrup

50 BR / 50 BK (100 RFS)

  1.  

Rajashree Borgohain

Sivasagar

50 BR / 100 BR / 200 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Risha Das

Kamrup

50 BF

 

Under 19 (Boys)

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Swimmer

District

Event

  1.  

Bhuban Talukdar

Kamrup

50 FS / 100 BK / 50 BK (100 RFS)

  1.  

Victor Izak Bhardwaj

Sonitpur

50 FR / 100 FS

  1.  

Leonard Pator

Sonitpur

200 FS / 50 BF / 100 BF

  1.  

Diplabjyoti Baruah

Jorhat

50 BR / 100 BR / 200 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Max. Indu Phukan

Jorhat

200 FS / 200 BR (100 RFS) (R)

  1.  

Samarjit Gogoi

Sivasagar

100 BR

  1.  

Priyanshu Prabal Dutta

Kamrup

50 BF / 100 BF (100 RFS)

  1.  

Mohan Gogoi

Jorhat

200 IM (100 RFS)

 

Under 19 (Girls)

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Swimmer

District

Event

  1.  

Razia Begum

Kamrup

50 FS / 100 BK / 50 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Plabita Sarmah

Jorhat

50 FS / 50 BK / 50 BF (100 RFS)

  1.  

Kabita Singh

Sonitpur

100 FS / 50 BF (100 RFS)

  1.  

Jyotsnali Baruah

Sivasagar

50 BR / 100 BR    (100 RFS)

  

OFFICIALS :        

1)      Shri Rajib Dey, IIT, Guwahati (Coach)

2)      Rinki Bhuyan (Coach -cum- Lady Manager)

3)      Deba Hazarika, Contingent Leader

4)      Deben Konwar, Manager