Skip to content Skip to navigation

Tribute to martyrs in Nagaon

The All Assam Students Union in Nagaon paid tribute to the Assam agitation martyrs Shankar Kotoky and Poroj Bora on Sunday.

Shankar’s mother Makhani Kotoky and Poroj’s mother Surabhirani Kaur along with District AASU leader Gaurishankar Saikia lit up candles at the Swahid Memorials in the evening in presence of many people in the area.

Preparations are on for the Shankar Kotoky Memorial Badminton tourney in Nagaon on February 18 and 19.

Author info

Sanjoy K Kakati's picture

Social activist, journalist from Roha, Assam.

Add new comment

Republish

Republish this content

Bajali AJYCP blocks highway

5 Jul 2016 - 5:18pm | Parshwa Patgiri

Hundreds of AJYCP leaders and activists on Tuesday blocked the National Highway in Bajali area in Barpeta district opposing the Centre’s move to auction 12 oilfields to the foreign companies. Led by AJYCP’s Bajali District Committee Secretary Pranjal Das many activists thronged the National Highway in the morning where they staged one hour long blockade paralyzing the movement of normal traffic till 12.30 noon.

Joint secretary Bijan Bayan and Publicity secretary Mantu Kumar Sarma were also present when AJYCP activists blocked the vital road. Talking to Assam Times, Bayan said that they will continue the uncompromising protest if the Centre refuses to listen to them.

11 candidate fill nomination in Udalguri

17 Mar 2016 - 8:50pm | Shajid Khan

Altogether 11 candidates today filed nominations for the state assembly election in Udalguri on Thursday. Among them were Kamali Rani Basumatari , sitting BPF MLA of Panery,sitting BPF MLA Rihon Daimari of Udalguri, and Charan Boro BPF candidate for Mazbat . It was the second day of submitting nomination papers which began from March 17.

Congress candidates Jaman Singh Brahma and Durga Das Boro filled nominations for Udalguri and Panery respectively.While newly floated UPP candidates Dilip Boro for Udalguri,Nanda Lal Boro for Panery,Rabindra Basumatari for Mazbat also filled their nominations.

All the candidates were accompanied by large number of their workers and supporters from their party offices and marched down to the office of the Zila Parishad. SUCI candidate Charnalata Chaliha  and two independent candidates Dinanath Das and Prabat Panika all of them filled nominations for Panery. 

Party workers and supporters of the candidates carried party flags and raised slogans in support of the declared objectives of their parties and candidates. It was a colourful sight as the procession moved through the streets.People on the way watched with curiosity and interest as the processions moved on. It was no doubt like a fun fare. With hardly more than two weeks left for the polling, the heat and dust generally seen during the elections was seen.

6 crore scheme to promote science education

21 May 2010 - 3:17am | sankal

The Science & Technology deptt. of the Assam Govt.has launched a new scheme on experimental basis to promote science education by adopting a school in each constituency. A total of 126 schools will be covered in this scheme and the deptt on its own will appoint 260 science and maths teachers on contractual basis for 3 years.


Announcing this, the Science & Technology Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sharma on Wednesday said that the schools choosen for the implementation of the scheme will be provided with a science laboratory besides other learning tools and instruments.He was of the view that after completion of the experimental period of 3 years,the outcome will be given to the education deptt. to enhance the project. The 6 Crore project will also include providing science magazines and other tools viz. water testing, soil testing, microscope and etc to the schools, the Minister said adding the appontment process will purely be on merrit basis.