Journalism workshop in Kokrajhar
KOKRAJHAR: Sangbadik Parishad, Assam of Kokrajhar district unit has decided to organise an workshop on journalism and a medical camp in October in Kokrajhar district.
An executive meeting of the parishad was held on Thursday at Kokrajhar Press Club with Hantigiri Narzary, president of the Kokrajhar district unit of the parishad in the chair.
The meeting discussed at length on the welfare and security of the journalists in the state and decided to work for the welfare and uplift of the media fraternities.
The meeting was attended by senior journalist, office bearers of the parishad.
5 Jul 2017 - 11:57pm | AT News Guwahati
Extending supports to the healthcare mission of Guwahati Press Club for the benefit of media persons, Fortis Hospital Bangalore has accommodated one of its senior consultant on joint replacement and trauma surgery for the next Saturday evening OPD (outpatient department) clinic at the club premises.
Dr Chandramouli B, who has performed more than 3700 joint replacement of knee, hip, elbow & shoulders and 12000 trauma surgeries of various fractures, ligament injuries and joint reconstructions till date, will be available for free consultations on 8 July camp starting from 4 pm to culminate on 6 pm. The participants may bring their x-ray or other reports (if any) for specific advices from the doctor.
The last weekly camp under the series of 'Evening with a Doctor' programs at the club premises was conducted by the city based Nemcare Hospital. Dr Amal Dev Goswami and Dr Monowar Hussain from the hospital checked the health status of around 25 participants and advised them accordingly.
Till date, practicing doctors from Apollo Chennai Hospital, Medanta-the Medicity Hospital, Manipal Bangalore Hospital, Down Town Hospitals, GNRC Hospitals, Dispur Hospitals, Wintrobe Hospital, Barthakur Clinic, Narayana Super-Specialty Hospitals, Swagat Super-Surgical Institute, Barthakur Clinic, Government Ayurvedic College, MMC Panbazar etc have attended the camps.
24 Oct 2010 - 6:33pm | editor
There is report of simmering tension at Rongia in the outskirt of Guwahati a day after 3 killed and several others injured in police firing at a group clash on Friday. According to information, the incident took place as security forces opened fire to control an irrate mob of the All Bodoland Minority Students’ Union who allegedly vandalized a number of business establishments on the Rangiya-Bhutan road at Rangiya Tiniali. Three persons died after they were critically injured in the incident.
It may be noted that the entire incident took place a few hours after six youths were physically assaulted by a person. This has forced Kamrup rural district authorities to firmly deal with the situation. Situation is said to be tense.
Senior ministers Dr Bhumidhar Barman and forest minister Rockybul Hussain are on a stock-taking visit to Rongiya. Meanwhile, the authorities have suspended sub divisional police officer along with police station officer in charge Bokul Gogoi on Sunday morning.
1 Jul 2015 - 8:42pm | AT News
Amid simmering differences between Raj Bhawan and Rajiv Bhawan, Governor PB Acharya on Wednesday asked Anjan Dutta to meet him on Friday.
APCC sources told Assam Times that the APCC president received the letter from the governor on Wednesday inviting him for a discussion at the Raj Bhawan at 11 in the morning on Wednesday.
Governor’s invitation assumes significance a week after the Congress leaders and activists staged dharna in front of the Raj Bhawan asking him to refrain from working as BJP agent.