Medical assistance in border villages
In the series of medical camps,Army camp Borongajuli of Red Horns Division under Gajraj Corps conducted a medical camp at Gariajhar village in Udalguri district on August 30.The medical camp was inaugurated by DN Hazarika, ADC, Udalguri cum SDO (civil) I/C, Bhergaon sub-division.Four medical officers including one dental surgeon from Red Horns Division provided medical check up for the people of the remote Indo-Bhutan border villages.Three specialists along with two nursing staff from Udalguri Civil Hospital also attended the patients mostly children and woman.Free medical check up and distribution of medicines were carried out for 1250 numbers of patients.Special check up was also conducted for the students of nearby schools and 430 numbers of students were benefited. The students were also briefed on the procedure of joining the Armed Forces and way of Army life.Interactive session with students was also organized on the occasion to motivate students to perceive Army as a profession and a career.Cultural programme was also arranged with the Army band. Col. Durgesh Kumar Bansal, Commanding Officer, 14 Dogra Regiment also attended the camp.
13 Jul 2015 - 10:10am | AT News
Chief minister Tarun Gogoi is on a visit to New Delhi on Monday.
Sources confirmed that during his two days visit to the capital, the chief minister is scheduled to attend Sonia Gandhi’s Iftar party in the evening.
State Congress president Anjan Dutta is also attending the function. Dutta’s attendance assumes significance two days after he left the national capital holding a crucial meeting with the Congress president.
7 May 2014 - 9:21am | AT News
Over 50 school goers managed to escape tragic death in Guwahati when a bus carrying the students caught fire on Wednesday.
The incident took place at Nineth Mile area in Guwahati where a city bus carrying at least 50 students was on its way to the CRPF Kendriya Vidyalaya.
The bus driver and his assistant noticed smoke bellowing from the engine and stopped the bus at a stone’s throw distance from the school. Local residents in large number came out to their rescue.
They helped the students get down from the bus quickly. Fire extinguishers were deployed inside the bus and thus the situation was brought under control.
26 Sep 2016 - 6:41am | AT News
An exhibition of portraits of many distinguished personalities in water colour at State Art Gallery Guwahati attracted the attention of art connoisseurs on Sunday. Organized by Tinsukia Durgabari Music College, the show included 114 artworks of energetic portrait painter Sankarshan Parua.
Eminent artist Noni Borpuzari inaugurated the exhibition titled Tulikar Parasat Jiwanta Dapon, where painters Manoj Roy, Champak Borbora, Rajen Khound, Bankim Chandra Gogoi, singer Rumi Goswami, journalist Nava Thakuria were also present.