Tangla College students visit Kalaigaon park
More than 30 students of Tangla
College with botany as
major subject visited Kanaklata Das Bio-diversity
Park at Kalaigaon on October 28.The members of the team studied various locally available species of plants,creepers, grasses including a few rare species namely -white sandal wood,red sandal wood, Ashoka,Arjunas,Bhairas etc.The members of the team also studied a few species of local plants with medicinal values.Students were delighted to watch thousands of water birds ,birds and species of fauna.It was known that the bio-diversity
park was established in 2009 at a plot of land measuring 10
acres,which was donated by Freedom Fighter Late Pani
for the establishment of the man made forest for smaller animals and wild birds with a water tank of the size of 200 m X
100 m.The park had been attracting several species of water birds during last seven years.It also houses various species of reptiles and smaller wild animals namely-Cobra,mongoose,monitor lizard,patrige, python
, tokay gecko,jungle fowl etc.The team was guided by Sarojini Talukdar,HOD,Dept of Botany;Anima Bhuan,HOD,Dept of Zoology;Anaru Boro, Associate professor,Dept of Botany,Tangla
2 Dec 2016 - 5:37pm | Jayanta Kumar Das
Asom Diwas was celebrated at sub-divisional HQ Bhergaon in Udalguri district with gaiety in memory of Chaolung Sukapha on December 2 with day long programme.The programme was organised by Bhergaon sub-divisional administration in association with Udalguri district administration.The celebration started with garlanding of the image of Sukapha at 10 am by DN Hazarika,ADC, Udalguri cum SDO (Civil),Bhergaon followed by an open discussion session on "Role of Sukapha in forming a greater Assam'.Noted teacher Binoy Kumar Medhi,retired vice principal of Tangla College attended the discussion session as the appointed speaker.Speaking on the occasion,Medhi highlighted role of Sukapha in forming a great Assam under Ahom dynasty.He also spoke on the significance of Sukapha's political maturity and diplomacy in creating a cordial relationship with with other contemporary kings and leaders.More than hundred people including woman,students and media person attended the discussion. session.Earlier DN Hazarika,ADC,Udalguri cum SDO (Civil)Bhergaon welcomed all the guest and people.On the occasion he requested all to study history of Assam.
Lakhyajyoti Das,Circle Officer,Khoirabari Revenue Circle while speaking as a distinguished guest requested people on need for studying the ideology of Sukapaha in order to create an atmosphere in Assam among different ethnic groups of Asasam.Wildlife activist JK Das and ITI instructor Dhrubajyoti Boro also spoke a few words on the occasion.Elisa Boro,a student of Tangla College and Partha Pratim Kachari performed a melodious song to much delight of all on the occasion. Bhergaon administration decided to hold a special programme on environment and wildlife for school children at Bhergain shortly.
25 Sep 2010 - 5:04pm | Smrity Rekha Kalita
Umesh Roy (14), son of Sivsaran Roy, was found dead on September 20 at Namrup. The reason of the death was believed to be regular consumption of gutkha (sikhar). According to his parents, he goes to school as well as works in a shop to support the family. Sometimes he suffered stomach pain and on September 20 he was vomiting and died on the way to hospital. According to local people who are close to Umesh, he use to consume an average of 20 packets of sikhar daily. The post mortem report said stomach ulcer and bleeding.
29 Feb 2012 - 4:22am | editor
Altogether 21 parliamentary secretaries are scheduled to take oath of office a secrecy on Wednesday.
Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi is all set to administer them at a function in Kalakshetra at 11 in the morning. The government has already announced the names of the 21 MLAs to be sworn in as parliamentary secretaries. They Rajendra Prasad Singh, Raju Sahu, Jibontara Ghatowar, Pradan Baruah, Sarat Saikia, Jonjonali Baruah, Sukur Ali Ahmed, Chandan Kumar Sarkar, Bidya Singh Engleng, Monilal Gowala, Mansingh Rongpi, Abu Taher Bepari, Ilias Ali, Bibekananda Dalai, Rana Goswami, Bhupen Bora, Sumitra Doley Patir, Bolin Chetia, Rekibuddin Ahmed, Maneswor Brahma, Rakeswor Brahma.