Tchoukball premier League begin
The first ever Indian Tchoukball Premier League, 2016 has been kicked off from Friday at Govt HS & MP school ground in Kokrajhar district. BTC executive member Doneswar Goyary inaugurated the league. He said it is a league of sporting of tchoukball. A total of eight states are participating the premier League, included Maharastra, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Delhi, Kerala, Haryana, Goa and Assam. Madhav Prasad Sarma, Deputy Commissioner, Kokrajhar and sports personality were also attended on the inaugural session.
12 Jul 2011 - 4:04am | Anup Biswas
The Indigenous Students’ Forum, the students’ wing of Indigenous People’s Forum has threatened to launch economical blockade throughout the district of Dima Hasao district very soon if the government fails to fulfill their demands of bifurcation of N C Hills district in to two districts with separate autonomous council within this month.
This was disclosed in a press meet held today (Monday) at the office of the Indigenous Students’ Forum, Muolhoi near Haflong in presence of Sri L. Hlima Keivom, President, ISF, Seiminthang Thangngew, Gnl Secretary, Namrang Zeme Secretary. Information & Publicity, Ngamrothang Khobung, Convenor, Media Cell, H. Sangkhum Riengsete, President, Hmar Students Association and Paoram Zeme, Gen. Secy, Zeme Students Union.
It is stated that the NCHISF was deeply disappointed to see the delay of the Govt. of Assam in processing Bifurcation of the N.C.Hills District (Forcefully renamed as Dima Hasao District/turning of their ancestral land into (Dimasa Home-land) by the Govt. of Assam. A Group of Ministers to look into the Demand of the Indigenous People's Forum (IFF) was constituted way back on 16th July 2010. But the Group had to be dissolved again in the wake of the Assam Assembly Elections in April 2011 before holding a single Talk with the IFF. And after formation of the new Govt. the Group of Ministers is yet to be formed again.
The NCHISF has adopted democratic and peaceful means of Movement in its demand for Bifurcation of the District. However, its Democratic means of Movement have not bee paid due consideration by the Govt. of Assam. Now, it tends to lose faith in the Democratic means of Movement and was badly upset. The Forum might be compelled to intensify its agitation programmes in the near future if a due consideration was not paid to its peaceful means of Demand for the Bifurcation. It was surprising to see the inclination of the state Government a well as the Central Government towards the violent Movement of the DHD.
It earnestly prayed the Govt. to kindly see the security of the non-Dimasa Indigenous People of the District by expediting the Bifurcation Process and Bifurcate the District: One exclusively for the Dimasas and the other for the Indigenous Non-Dimasa People of the District prior to initiating anything further in the interest of the Dimasas, it is added.
3 Jun 2008 - 1:01am | editor
Police have arrested two poachers during an operation in Karbi Anglong district in the wee hours on Monday and recovered skins and bones of wild animals from their possession.
According to information, Amal Ingty of Langhing Manikpur was picked up firstly during a routine check up. Later on the basis of confessional statements Montu Gogoi of Howraghat was arrested. Police recovered skins, bones of wild cat from his possession. Later on Monday Montu Gogoi of Howraghat was arrested on the basis of confessional statements of Amal.
Meanwhile, forest guards have arrested a poacher on Sunday night while he was trying to enter into the Bagori range of the Kazirnaga national Park. He is Lakhidev Saikia of Rangsali. Two others namely Thaneswar Hazarika with two of his aides accompanied him managed to flee. Hazarika is a resident of Dholpur in Lakhimpur while the two others were from Manipur.
Acting on confessional statements from Saikia, forest guards on Sunday midnight picked up Bijoy Das, Pranab Baruah, Joyprakash Das, Prasanta Das, Hiramon Das and Rintu Hazarika from Rangsali and Telegoni areas respectively.
23 Sep 2012 - 9:19pm | editor
Dispur has deployed at least 16 teams of the National Disaster Response Force, 60 army teams and 18 teams of the State Disaster Response Force in relief and rescue efforts in worst flood affected districts. IAF has deployed four helicopters in the Sadia subdivision in Tinsukia district to air drop necessary food items and rescue marooned people. Ferry services have also been stopped at Sadia and Majuli in Jorhat district as the Brahmaputra river is over flowing. Several villages have been submerged in Sadia and Majuli.