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Kerala lifts Indian Tchoukball Premie

Kerala lifted the first ever Indian Tchoukball Premier League, 2016 defetaing Goa in the final match being played at Govt HS & MP School ground on Sunday in Kokrajhar district.

Kerala defeated Goa 2-1 sets in the premier league, was organized jointly by All Bodo Youth Sports Association and All Assam Tchoukball Association with three-day programme scheduled.Madhav Prasad Sarma,Kokrajhar Deputy Commissioner gave way cash one lakh and trophy to championship team while Shyamal Prasad Saikia,SP Kokrajhar handed over cash 75 thousand and trophy to runners up team. A total of eight states of the country are participated the Premier League, included Maharastra, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Delhi, Kerala, Haryana, Goa and Assam. Ashok Goyary,Secretary Organizing Committee and Ajay Singh, Secretary of Indian Tchoukball Federation told that it was a first ever premier league in the country, which is being organized at Kokrajhar of BTAD in Assam.

The league was successfully concluded with smooth and healthy environment as spectators enjoyed the games. Participants expressed their happy over the conduct of games in healthy successfully manner.

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Pathetic road connetion to Namrup

25 Feb 2010 - 12:26pm | editor

The roads leading to Namrup from Sonari to Namrup as well as Nahakatia to Namrup are in very bad condition. It is hard to imagine such pathetic roads in this twentieth century. Specially in an industrial area like Namrup which houses three very important industries i.e. Bhrahmaputra Valley Fertiliser Corporation Limited, Namrup Thermal Power Plant and Assam Petrochemical limited. The suffering encountered by every people coming to Namrup because of the road, compel them to think twice before coming. The people of Namrup deserves demands better road communication. The concerned authorities and local MLA must take strong initiative for a better Namrup.


Kausikranjan Bora, Namrup



One-man inquiry commission for Sualkuchi episode

13 Apr 2013 - 12:06am | Abdul Gani

Assam government has constituted a one-man commission of inquiry headed by Justice (Retd) SK Kar, Retd Judge of Gauhati High Court, Guwahati to inquire into the incidents of violence at Sualkuchi, Kamrup on March 29 and 30, 2013, leading to injury to several persons including police personnel and loss of public and private property.

The commission will ascertain the root causes leading to the violence at Sualkuchi and also ascertain the facts of procurement and selling of Benarasi Silk clothes under the banner of Sualkuchi Silk/ Assam Silk and misleading the people at large. It will also identify individuals and/or organizations responsible for such activities and fix responsibility.

Besides, the Commission will determine lapses, if any, on the part of any organization/ department/ administration to properly address the issue leading to the escalation of tension and violence in the area. The Commission will also give appropriate recommendations for addressing the critical issues of Sualkuchi silk weavers and remedial course of action and any other matter which is relevant to the inquiry as may be decided by the Commission.

The one man commission of inquiry will submit its report within six months from the date of issue of the notification.

AASAA to hit the streets!

10 Jun 2015 - 2:09pm | AT News

The All Adivasi Students’ Association of Assam is likely to hit the streets again with indefinite road blockade if the government fails to ensure a revised daily wage amount
Talking to Assam Times, AASAA officials say that they would block the transportation of tea products across the state if the government downplays the demand.
They said the wage advisory board in its meeting on May 15 and 16 suggested a slew of measures to fix the revised wages for the workers. But of no avail.