Guwahati: City based Down Town Hospital will conduct tomorrow’s (26 July 2019) media OPD clinic at Guwahati Press Club, where ENT specialists Dr Chatrajeet Talukdar, MS and Dr Siva Balaji Muvvala will be available for consultations and preliminary treatments to scribes along with their family members. The participants will also get the opportunity to check their blood pressure in the camp between 4 and 6 pm.
Autonomous State Demand Committee (ASDC) Dima Hasao District Committee appealed to the people of Dima Hasao district irrespective of caste, creed, religion and ethnicity for maintaining peace, brotherhood and harmony in the said hill district, stated a press release issued by Publicity Secretary, ASDC Dima Hasao District Committee, Nigendra Naiding
ASDC urged the Central Govt and State Govt to take more effective steps in the affairs of law and order situation of the district, so that such violence would not recur in any parts of the hill district.
2 Apr 2008 - 2:02am | editor
The Centre has released Rs.541 crore for the industrialisation in the North East. According to information, an amount of Rs.766 crore have been released up to 31st of March this year, of which Rs.541 crore have been released on 29 the March this year for industrial units to clear the backlog and speed up the industrialisation in the region.
According to information, with the announcement of Transport Subsidy Scheme, the industrialization in these States/UTs did get an impetus but the pace was quite slow. Ever since the inception of the Scheme till 2004, only Rs.507.61 crore were released in 31 years for the region.
In order to promote industrialization in the remote, hilly and inaccessible areas, the Central Government introduced the Transport Subsidy Scheme (TSS) on 23.7.1971. This Scheme is presently applicable to fourteen States/Union Territories including eight north eastern states. The Scheme provides for subsidy upto 90% of the cost incurred on transportation of raw material and finished goods, for a maximum period of 5 years.
Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi is all set to undergo two complicated bypass surgeries. A team of cardiologists led by Dr Ramakanta pandais closely monitoring Gogoi's health at the Asian Heart Institute in Mumbai. According to information, Gogoi's surgical incision would begin at 8 in the morning on Wednesday at room no. 422. The surgery would continue for 4 to 5 hours. The hospital authorities have restricted the visitors. Only his family members are allowed to meet him.