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Daoharu Mungkhlong trophy from Oct 12

A massive preparation has got underway to host 19th Daoharu Mungkhlong Trophy, Dotma at DASA ground beginning from October 12 next in Kokrajhar district.

An Organizing Committee was formed with Sangkhar Brahma,chairman TCLCC, Dotma as president, Prandhon Brahma as secretary and Majen Brahma as treasurer to conduct the trophy in smooth manner.

Football teams from various states of the country, which included Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Sikkim, West Bengal and football clubs from Assam state-ASEB, Guwahati, Green Valley,Gossaigaon,Kokrajhar are participating the football trophy.

Championship of the trophy would be awarded trophy and cash 50,000 and runners up would be awarded trophy along with cash 25, 000, stated a release.

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Another bridge on B’putra

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ABSU declares Boragari as Model Village

1 May 2015 - 6:22pm | Hantigiri Narzary

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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.

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Fierce gunfight in Kokrajhar

26 Nov 2013 - 10:39pm | AT News

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