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Udalguri youths bring home glory

It is really a happy news to find that all nine wushu players of Udalguri District Students’ Olympic Association representing India from Assam in the first South Asian Students’ Olympic Games 2014-15 held from January 15 to January 16 last at National Sports Council at Kathmandu in Nepal bagged eight gold and one bronze medal to their credit. When the jubilant wushu players with their medals and certificates arrived at Udalguri town yesterday, the Udalguri district Students’ Olympic Association and sports lovers greeted them at the Udalguri railway station. Students from seven countries of South Asia participated in the first ever Students Olympic organized at South Asia level at Kathmandu where students from Udalguri area came with flying colours.The students who bagged gold medals in the first ever international sports of the students at Kathmandu are as follows (from left to right): 1 Lucky Daimari (U-14,40kg, gold), 2. Jobita Boro(U-14, 43 kg, gold), 3. Milka daimari, 4. Ejible Daimari (U-14, 45kg, gold,) 5. Ajay Mandal (U-14,28kg,gold),6. Puhor Daimari (U-19,55kg, gold),7.Suniram Tudu (U-17,53kg, bronze),8. Dhaneswar Basumatary (U-23,65kg, gold), and Musui Tudu (U-19,60kg, gold).

 

 

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Ex MLAs son - Asst Manger in Tea Estate abducted

1 Aug 2007 - 3:15pm | editor
Guwahati : Unidentified militants abducted Mr. Anirudha Tanti from Hirajuli Tea Estate last night. Anirudha is the son of Ex MLA and senior congress leader Bhimananda Tanti. He is an Assistant Manager of the Tea Estate. Anirudha was on the way to his official quarter, when he was abducted. Family member filed an FIR about his abduction this evening. Tanti is also the Vice President of Assam Chah Majdoor Sangha. Police are yet to confirm who is behind this kidnapping. Anirudha is about 35 years old.

Chino Basumatary remembered

29 Dec 2016 - 10:33pm | AT Kokrajhar Bureau

Journalist fraternity of Kokrajhar Press Club and Bodosa,a daily Bodo newspaper paid floral tribute to late Chino Basumatary,noted journalist and founder editor of Bodosa on his first death anniversary at Kokrajhar Press Club premises on Thursday in Kokrajhar.

Basumatary,was proprietor of Bodosa,a daily Bodo newspaper published from Kokrajhar,was died on December 29 in 2015 after prolong illness.He was founder president of Kokrajhar Press Club and hold adviser of the club till his death.

Press Club members aid rich floral tribute to late Basumatary and recalled his contribution towards journalism in BTAD region and it’s adjoining districts, on his death anniversary, was jointly organized by KPC and Bodosa,daily newspaper.One minute silence of condolence was also organized to mark the observation.

CM orders probe in to starvation death

4 Mar 2012 - 3:38am | editor


A stunned Cachar district administration discussed the situation prevailing in the Bhuvan Valley Tea Garden after reports of starvation deaths.


Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has asked additional Chief Secretary P K Choudhury to to conduct an inquiry into the alleged starvation deaths. Joint Director from health department Dr Bijoylakshmi Das who visited the affected tea garden said in the meeting that mostly aged people have died and many residents of the garden were suffering from malnutrition.


The garden administration refused to divulge the name of the owners of the estate and the Additional Chief Secretary issued directives that the names of the owners should be immediately provided.