BU organizes Sports meet in Kokrajhar
KOKRAJHAR: The first ever inter-college sports meet of Bodoland University has been kicked start from Monday at Bodoland University ground with three-day colourful programme scheduled in Kokrajhar. BTC council head of department (CHD) for sports, Jajnabati Basumatary inaugurated the sports meet in the presence of mamooth participants. Altogether 18 colleges from different districts of Lower Assam region participated in the sports meet, which was organized by Bodoland University in association with Bodoland University Students Union (BUSU). In the sports meet, competitions of football, Kabbadi for both boys and girls have been organized and participants showcased good sporting talents. In the Kabbadi(girls),Mushalpur College beat Auxilum College,Udalguri in 2-1 sets in the inaugural match. Basumatary extended her best greetings to the organizers for organizing such a gala sports meet among students . "Sports is an integral part of human life, so students can also opt for sports as a career prospect’, She said. The organizer of the sports meet, Dr Prahalad Basumatary informed that there 18 colleges which participated in the meet and took part in the football, Kabbadi events. He appreciated the efforts of the Bodoland University and hoped that sports meet will encourage budding sports persons from the region.
25 Nov 2007 - 9:05am | editor
The historic Stillwell Road may be reopened by the Centre if the security related aspects are found to be in order.Disclosing this on Monday morning, Union commerce minister Jairam Ramesh said Commerce Ministry, Defence Ministry and Ministry of External Affairs are considering the case and will take a decision soon to this effect. The minister hopes that the north eastern region will make a giant leap in the growing business with the those countries which is considered to be very crucial in the region’s economic development. Also, the center is studying a proposal by the Arunachal Pradesh government for clearing decks to open trade with China and Myanmar, says the minister adding that the state has borders with China and Myanmar and trade with those two countries could be beneficial.
30 Apr 2016 - 7:48pm | AT News
Assam Press Correspondents’ Union (APCU) observed its foundation day at its newly opened office on Saturday and honored popular Assamese writer-journalist Anuradha Sarma Pujari for her contribution to the local media. Earlier the new office of APCU at Bhetapara locality of the city was inaugurated by distinguished journalist Ajit Kumar Bhuyan in presence of APCU members & well wishers. The city based Dispur Hospitals also supported the organization with Hepatitis-B vaccination program for its members on the occasion.
Speaking on the occasion, Author Anuradha appreciated the initiative taken by the APCU to empower the rural reporters of the State for more than two decades. The editor of Sadin & Saatsori also expressed happiness that the Ritamala Dutta memorial award conferred on her would inspire the women journalists of the region to dedicate more time, energy and space for the growth of the media.
Addressing the meeting, presided over by APCU president Manoj Singh, the chief editor of Parg News Bhuyan highlighted various challenges in front of the media fraternity and also encouraged them to pursue critical journalism with a missionary zeal.
Inaugurating the Hepatitis-B vaccination camp, in presence of Dispur Hospitals’ official Ujjal Saikia, journalist Nava Thakuria emphasized on creating more health awareness among the media persons. He also opined that the overall health of journalism and also the physical health of working journalists were the matter of equal concern.
Social worker Akan Saikia, who donated the office to the APCU, a number of APCU office-bearers including secretary general Hemanta Saikia, working president Mousam Jyoti Baishya, adviser Sobhit Chetri with few others also addressed the meeting.
16 Nov 2017 - 7:27pm | AT Kokrajhar Bureau
A free medical and health awareness camp was organized to facilitate medicines among remote villagers at Laimuti in Chirang district on Thursday.
The camp was organized by the People's Aid, a charitable trust, Kokrajhar in association with National Health Mission, Kokrajhar. Doctors and nurses from the NHM attended the camp and checked healths of the attending patients from the Laimuti, Daoraigabnai, Sonapur areas.
Free medicines were distributed among the needy persons being supplied from Health and Family welfare department.
Malaria and TB test were also done during the health camp, besides nurse/ANM worker along with the members of the Peoples Aid made a visit door to door at the villages and distributed medicines among villagers.
The camp has been organized to create awareness on health care and services among remote areas in the region, said a member of the peoples aid.