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Modi’s rare humane approach

A new born baby from Assam is battling for life in Delhi after it was airlifted to the capital thanks to Prime Minister’s rare and humane initiatives.

The eight day old baby who was born at the Assam Medical College Hospital in Dibrugarh suddenly slipped into a complicated lungs disease and the doctors who attended on the baby referred the case to the Ganga Ram Hospital in Delhi.

Without any delay, the parents air lifted the new born to the capital on ventilation support. As the baby and the team of doctors landed at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, the ventilation support reached its last stage and it would take around one hours to reach the hospital.

Prime minister Narendra Modi who got to know it ordered green corridor on the route to the hospital. All vehicle stopped on the roads and the ambulance carrying the baby arrived in the nick of the time.

A team of paediatric has been monitoring the baby whose condition is said to be critical. Without Modi’s intervention it would nit have been possible for the baby to remain on life support.

Green corridor in the road is applicable for the president and prime minister’s convoy. 

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Deka to put Sonowal in a fix!

11 Jul 2016 - 1:17pm | AT News

In a major development that could put the BJP-led government in a fix, a BJP MP has demanded an enquiry into the allegations of scams during the 15 year long Congress Government.

Mongoldoi MP Ramen Deka in his recent letter to Sarbananda Sonowal has urged him to constitute a probe in to the major allegations which took place during the Tarun Gogoi regime.

“The allegations of corruption should be probed. This is my request. I have not taken anybody’s name individually,” Deka told Assam Times over telephone from New Delhi.

But the letter bears no less significance when a section of the ministers in the Sonowal Government was known for their vital role in the erstwhile Tarun Gogoi Government.

“Nobody should be spared. Corruption is corruption. We would weed out it. Our Government is firm on tackling corruption in all forms,” said a senior BJP leader in Assam.

A section senior Congress leaders is believed to have been satisfied with Deka’s letter demanding probe into the allegations of corruption in the 15 year long Congress regime.

“We are happy and a BJP leader has asked for an inquiry. We think it would reveal the real source or person behind the allegations of scams,” said a senior Congress leader in Guwahati.

“We dare the Chief Minister Sonowal to probe the allegations of scams and to figure out the person or persons responsible for it. But we will closely watch the action against the indicted person,” he said.

Another Congress leader said,” we are happy to have heard it. But it remains to be seen how the Government will take action against the ministers who till the other day were Tarun Gogoi’s cabinet colleagues and struck media headlines with some stunning allegations of corruption.”

 

Daoharu Mungkhlong football tournament to begin from Sep 22

12 Sep 2019 - 7:13am | AT Kokrajhar Bureau

The 22nd Daoharu Mungkhlong Football Trophy 2019 is going to start from September 22 at Dotma HS School ground, Kokrajhar.

An organising committee was formed with Sangkharlal Brahma as president and Dahit Chandra Brahma as secretary.

Ten football teams are participating in the tournament - Sunrise FC,Guwahati, Bhopal FC, Madhya Pradesh, Bilwgw Club, West Bengal, Nazira RH FC, Sibsagar, Barhoongkha AC, Kokrajhar, Global Football Academy, Gossaigaon, Eleven Star Bongaigaon, Dhupdhara DC, Goalpara, Reserve Bank of India, Guwahati and DASA XI, Dotma.

The football trophy tournament has been organised every year in memory of the Bodoland martyr who sacrificed their lives for the caused of the Bodoland statehood demand movement.

Inter College Youth Festival Kicks off at GU

1 Sep 2019 - 10:26pm | Shajid Khan

Gauhati University Inter College Youth Festival, 2019 kicked off at G.U. premises on 1st September with a 4 day long programme.

The festival is being organised by Post Graduate Students’ Union under GU Sports’ Board. 

The youth festival at GU is centrally organised after Zonal Festivals are held at four different zones. This year around 700 participants from 63 different colleges are participating in the festival after being selected at the zonal level. 

In the inaugural programme, Chief Guest  Prof. Pratap Jyoti Handique, Vice Chancellor, G.U. hoisted the GU flag. Prof. Handique wished all the participants good luck and said that along with academics co-curricular activities are equally important for overall growth of the students.

Attending the programme Lurinjyoti Gogoi, General Secretary, AASU in his speech said that GU Inter College Youth Festival is a noble platform where students can showcase their talents and from time to time they have showcased their talents in national and international arena.

Dipankar Nath, President, AASU inaugurated the cultural procession and praised the students for the vibrant cultural rally showcasing the cultural traditions of Assam.

Attending the programme Dr. Ranjan Kr. Kakati, Director, Students’ Welfare, G.U. and Secretary GU Sports Board welcomed all the participants and team managers.

Dr. Kakati said that the festival is being conducted with all the conditions in mind and utmost care will be taken so that the event meets best possible professional standards.

The programme was attended by Secretary, University Classes, G.U., Dr. H.K. Nath  & PGSU President, Luckymoni Boruah, General Secretary Nayan Jyoti Gogoi along with a host of other dignitaries.