Rajendra Narzary passes away
Kokrajhar: Former BTC member of council legislative assembly (MCLA) Rajendra Narzary passes away on Sunday around 2.30 pm at a private hospital in Guwahati.
He was in his 50s.
He leaves behind wife Ajanta Narzary, a school teacher, two sons.
His body is being brought to his native place in Gossaigaon.
He last rites will be performed tomorrow.
Narzary also served as president of Gossaigaon unit All Bodo Students Union(Absu).
He was also associated with several organization in the area.
30 Dec 2011 - 3:56pm | editor
The Guwahati Run & Walk isa unique event to raise awareness about a few remarkable persons and theirorganizational work. These individualswith their determination, focus and zeal are bringing positive changes to thesociety. The event is organized on 1st January to spread a messageof hope, inspiration and faith for the year 2012.
Venue:The Run and walk will start and end at the Latashil playground , covering the route passing through the nearbycolleges , schools and Reserve Bank of India . The duration will be aroundone hour.
Date: First January 2012
Time: 10:00 AM.
Wishing your support and presence
4 Jan 2019 - 7:45am | AT New Delhi
The joint parliamentary committee set up to study the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016 will table its report to Parliament on Monday.
Presided over by chairman Rajendra Agarwal, the committee held its last session on Thursday where the draft report was passed without accepting any amendment proposal.
Congress member Bhubneswar Kalita walked out of the meeting for not considering his proposals. Later hr said they would oppose the Bill inside and outside Parliament.
In a related development Congress leader and former chief minister Tarun Gogoi said the Bill if enacted would reduce the Assam Accord, 1985 and NRC into a meaningless sheet of papers.
The AGP leaders met in Dispur in the afternoon and said they have not change their position and that they would pull out of the coalition the moment the Bill is passed in Parliament.
1 Sep 2016 - 9:34pm | AT Kokrajhar Bureau
Services to the Tuberculosis Control Programme in Kokrajhar saw paralyses following strike carried out for three days demanding early release of arrear salaries beginning from Thursday along with rest of the state.
Employee and staffs of Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP) under TB control in Kokrajhar stages strike with banner, placards in front of the district TB control office in RNB civil hospital, demanded early release of arrears salaries which have been remained pending since June month.
Employees demanded early release of pending salaries as soon as possible and make regular monthly salaries so that they should be not face any hardships in their working duties.
Dr Kaushik Das,District TB officer told that patients and OPD face paralyses today due to strike carried out by RNTCP employees. There 813 cases of TB were found positive in the district by July month, among them 36 found multi drug resistant(MDR) of which 16 cured and other 20 are taking treatment at hospital, said Dr Das. Jwngma Brahma, Abishek Chokraborty, employees said that they are deprived from getting regular salaries due to negligence concern department. They demanded arrears salaries be release to meet their hardships.
“We have yet to get three months salaries since June, for which why we stage dharna with three days agitation. We urged government to release arrears salaries so that we can maintain our life in normally manner”,they added.