Japanese Enchapalitis claims one in Kokrajhar
KOKRAJHAR: One person died in Kokrajhar due to Japanese Enchapalitis (JE) on Monday. The deceased has been identified as Rijendra Nath Brahma (72) of Patakata, Kokrajhar district.
Brahma was admitted to MRM hospital, Kokrajhar on Sunday. He breathed his last on Monday morning. Earlier, he was discharged from Apollo hospital Guwahati where he was treated for Japanese Enchapalitis. Brahma was a retired block education officer.
District surveillance officer,Kokrajhar, Dr Amol Mochary told the media that so far two persons have died due to Japanese Enchapalitis related in the district. Nine patients with Japanese Enchapalitis positive are under treatment at hipsitals in the district and adjoining areas.He said that necessary measures are taking from the health department ato combat Japanese Enchapalitis cases.
6 Sep 2009 - 12:30am | editor
The Assam Association, Mumbai has celebrated Sri Sri Srimanta Sankardeva Tithi on August 22 at Assam Bhawan, Vashi, Navi Mumbai and August 23 at ONGC Lower Colony, Gakuldham,Goregaon (East), Mumbai. The celebration was started with “Naam Prasang” which is performed by “Bhakats” from different parts of Mumbai and followed with the distribution of “Mah Prakhad” and “Khichidi”. The Association has grateful to the Goregaon ONGC Lower colony people for their all support. The Association has also heartily gratitude to all for success the function.
24 Mar 2014 - 11:30am | AT News
Yet another gangrape incident has made Guwahati to hang its head in shame.
The incident took place in Jalukbari area where three persons gangraped a girl on Monday wee hours.
According to allegations, they forced her to consume highly objectionable with food and then gangraped her one after another.
Later acting on the complaint, Jalukbari police have arrested the perpetrators. The victim is undergoing treatment at the Gauhati Medical College Hospital.
18 Jun 2014 - 9:44pm | AT News
Amid deescalating political temperature in Dispur, chief minister Tarun Gogoi pulls up his sleeves to exercise a drastic reshuffle of his council of ministers.
Sources told Assam Times that Gogoi is under pressure to end the two year long paralyzing dissidence. That’s why, he is believed to have cleared the decks to appoint his deputy in the much-awaited reshuffle.
Who is the lucky one? Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma’s name is doing round the corners. But there is no official confirmation.
A circle of ministers from the pro and anti-Gogoi camps are set to be axed while four of the aspirants from the chief minister’s camp might be accommodated.
Gogoi got the green signal from party high command on Tuesday when he called on Sonia Gandhi apart from three other top leaders.