ABSU declares Boragari as Model Village
The All Bodo Students Union (ABSU) has adopted and declared the Boragari village as Model Village,birth place of Bodofa Upendra Nath Brahma,former president of the students union on his 25th death anniversary observation on Friday at Thulungapuri Dotma in Kokrajhar.
An open session meeting on the occasion was organised with Promod Boro, president of the students union in the chair.
Noted journalist Adhip Phukon graced the occasion as chief guest,who had met UN Brahma during Bodoland movement was in peak in Assam seeking separate Bodoand state.He said that Brahma was a leader of high thinking and philosophy who had launched movement for Bodos and other down trodden communities in the state.He said that rulers in Assam government that time had not regarded the movement led by ABSU in a welfare of which why the movement got gain momentum in the region.He said that Brahmas’ contributions towards Bodo was endless and it has been enfluencing upon society.He has thanked ABSU and its workers for adopting the Boragari village as Model Village in memory of Brahma which will highlight ideology and philosophy among coming up generations.
Nina Khado, former adviser of the All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union(AAPSU),who met UN Brahma in 1988 at a conference held at Basbari in Kokrajhar district also graced the occasion.He recalled his meeting with Brahma during Bodoland movement and demanded recognition of UN Brahma as Father of Tribal movement in India instead of Bodofa UN Brahma(Father of Bodos) who had dedicated his whole life for working of irrespective caste, creed and communities in the country.
Among others,Dr Kameswar Brahma,Bodo sahitya sabha,ex MP Urkhao Gwra Brahma,former MLAs Karendra Basumatary,Parmeswar Brahma,former ABSU leaders Daorao Dekhreb Narzary,Deben Boro,BTC MCLAs Rwngwra Narzary,Jiran Basumatary,Guneswar Goyary,Jatirindra Brahma,Anip Basumatary,Maoti Brahma Hazoary,Jatindra Brahma,former ATWWF and ABWWF leaders Malati Rani Narzary,Supriya Rani Brahma were present and addressed.
25 Apr 2014 - 8:54am | AT News
A soaring mercury level has forced the authorities to keep schools and colleges closed in Guwahati.
Kamrup (Metro) district administration has asked all schools and colleges to remain closed on Friday and Saturday because of unprecedented heat.
The Goalpara district administration has also followed the suit asking the schools and college goers to keep at home to get rid of the sweltering heat on Friday and Saturday.
Notably, parts of Assam have been burning in 40 degree Celsius for the last couple of days. The meteorological centre in Guwahati has predicted hardly any respite during the next couple of days.
10 Jul 2016 - 2:16pm | AT News
The Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) has gone global when the organization promoting the spirit of nationalism has launched its own website on Sunday.
Noted journalist Adip Kumar Phukan launched the website at a function in Bishnu Nirmala Bhawan in Guwahati attended by many AJYCP leaders and activists.
In his brief address Phukan said that the website would help the organization approach the people with a clear message at a time when a number of issues have been confronting Assam and its people.
He further said that the pressure groups need to mount pressure on Delhi and Dispur to stop exploiting the valuable resources which belong to Assam.
The website contains the organization’s manifesto, constitution along with the details of the organizational structure and activities and latest news.
Website address: www.ajycp.org
4 Jul 2018 - 9:32pm | Shajid Khan
TANGLA: A month long summer dance workshop organized by D-dance Academy here in Don Bosco H.S school,Tangla started on Wednesday. The inaugural programme was graced by dancers winner and runners up of popular dance reality show,Super Dancer Chapter 2, Bishal Sharma and Kunal Jyoti Rabha. Both of the resource persons mostly concentrated the dance form into popular Bollywood free-style. Many noted citizens of Tangla including Ashim Roy were present on the unveiling of the workshop along with Fr. Ranjit Xalxo. Bishal Sharma shared many valuable inputs on mastering the art and craft of dance. "The main motive of this summer dance workshop is enhance different dance forms among children as well as the face and body expressions." said the chief instructor of the academy, Biki Donal Nandi. "The children enjoy dancing and they are always keen to learn something new." He added.