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Pathsala is getting ready for the 2nd phase of assembly election on Monday.

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Achyut Lahkar, the father of Assamese mobile theatre died on SUnday morning at around 7.30 am. Lakhar born in the year of 1931, founded the Nataraj Theatre, the first mobile theatre in Assam way back in 1963. Known as ‘Mancha Pravakor' he was a pioneering dramatist, actor, director and producer who staged numerous memorable plays in mobile theatre. He has written various plays such as Arena,  Ajoya Vietnam, Usha, Black Money, Doctor Babu, Ami Henu Manuh Nohoi etc. He was an editor of a magazine caled Dipawali. Lahkar was awarded with Kamal Kumari National award, Atul Chandra Hazarika Bota.
Adjacent roads of Pathsala (Lasit Nagar) was blocked by a group of women demanding immediate reapair of the roads on Thursday morning. The group of local women came out from their homes to protests against deplorable roads near Anandaram Baruah Academy Schools & Colleges in the heart of Pathsala town. According to them, The goverment failed to take development to the people.  The conditions of roads is very poor and people can't walk in the road in rainy season. Later, Executive Magistrate Saifudaullah Khan  with the sub-divisional police visited on the spot and cleared the blockade.
World Environment Day is observed in Pathasala at Bajali subdivision by many organizations and unions like Zubeen Friends club, Kalita Janagusti Satra Santaa, Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chhatra Parishad and, Bajali college students Union, Rickswa thela Union Pathsala with  Town committee  on Sunday. Zubeen friends club organized a tree planted program at Tapoban Special Children Home.   Member of Green Misson, state vice President of kishan morcha and BJP  Nagen Choudhury said "Today we celebrated World Environment Day to raise awareness of the importance of protecting our planet". There are near about ten thousand trees planted by Green Mission in Bajali subdivision, he...
Three students from Pathsala brought glory to the town bagging three ranks among the top 10 in the higher secondary examination 2016 results declared on Thursday. Ilakshi Najir of Krishna Kanta Junior College ranked 6th (Arts) with 474 out of 500 (94.8℅) marks. Ilakshi is the daughter of Dilip kumar Nazir and Mina Nazir from Howly. Ilakshi used to study about seven to eight hours daily. 10th  position secured by Nirupama Roy of Raipur  village, daughter of Jogeswar Roy and Dipali Roy with 468 (Arts) marks from Bajali Higher Secondary College. Suranjan Dev Sarma of Bajali college secured 474 out of 500 (10th position,  Science). Son of Late Pobin Sarma and Hira devi Sarma,...
Five students from Bajali brought glory in the HSLC 2016. Jyandeep Baishya: 12th position, Himjyoti Thakuria: 13th position. Himjyoti is the  son of Dipika kalita Thakuria and Ogendra Kalita of Uttar Bajali. Partha Pratim Patgiri scored 570 out of 600. Partha is the son of Ranjit Patgiri and Jamuna Patgiri of Pathsala. Nitish Kakati scored 567. Nitish is the son of Debeswari Kakati and Jonali Das Kakati of Santipur. Himjoyti Thakuria, Jyandeep Baishya, Nitish Kakati and Partha Pratim Patgiri were from Sankardev Sishu Vidya Nikatan Pathsala. Apekha Das daughter of Dinanath Das and Nirmala das, bagged the 14th position (572) from Sankardev Shishu Vidya Nikatan Patacharkuchi of...
Two youth died on the spot in a fatal accident at Baghmara, Monday around 2.30 pm. The incident happened at Bajali when the duo's speeding motor cycle collided with a truck head on after hitting a cow near the Baghmara police station. The dead have been identified as Kumar Boro and Bhakta Boro both from Gargoan. The bodies meantime were shifted to the Barpeta Medical College for postmortem.
AGP's Pabindra Deka won the Patacharkuchi constituency MLA election with votes with 64558. The total votes of the Patacharkuchi constituency is 129000. Independent candidate, former MLA Manaranjan Das got 8227 vote and Congress candidate Sailen kalita got 12582 votes.
Two persons travelling in a  private car (AS15 9G 8863) died on the spot when their car hit a truck (AS19C 4827) at Bachkuchi, near Patacharkuchi Police station. The two passengers Jeherul Islam (40) and Mohela Khatun (30)  on the spot. Jeherul Islam son of Bishamuddin Islam from Bakhbar Pathar and Mohela Khatun daughter of Baharul Islam from Baghbar Gaon both from Barpeta district.
Finally, patients started running out of the people in Pathsala on Saturday who have been alleging the prevalence of country liquor business beside the railway station. A group of local women came out of their homes in the evening and vandalized a few country liquor shops without the presence of police. Initially, a few of the illegal traders tried to resist. But they fled finally in the face of the fierce mob who set these shops on fire. Talking to Assam Times, a few local women said that despite repeated appeal, the northeast frontier railway authority remained idle forcing them to spring upon the illicit country liquor shops        “A number of domestic...
The organising committee of Saderi Rangali Bihu xanmilani cancelled the program due to bad weather conditions which was scheduled on today 5 may. The event is now rescheduled for 23 may. The cultural evening performed by many artists including guest singer Priyanka Bharali, and the organising committee expects the people supports and appreciation.