Tangla English Medium High School lifts 3rd Champak Rai Baruah Memorial trophy
TANGLA, Apr 29: The final match of 3rd Champak Rai Baruah Memorial U-16 Inter school cricket tournament organized by Bhergaon sub-division administration was played here at Tangla H.S playground on Friday.The final match, of the tournament, was played between Tangla English Medium High School(TEMHS) and Tangla Model High School where the former won won the match by 73 runs and lifted the champion's trophy. The TEMHS team scored 146 run losing 7 wickets in 20 overs while Tangla Model High School scored 91 runs in 14 overs.
The programme was inaugurated by Bhergaon SDO(C) D. Hazarika and Udalguri ADC,Anupam Chowdhury. The champions and runners up team was distributed with cash prizes by Trailokya Kumar Baruah and Bipul Deka. While Sauranga Boro of TEMHS was adjudged man of the match abd best bowler ,Remengu Digal was adjudged best batsman and man of the tournament.
1 Feb 2008 - 2:58pm | editor
The Dhubri district administration will cull as many as two lakh poultry along the Assam-West Bengal border in view of bird flu which is dispersing in an area of five kilo meter in the district. The decision to this effect was taken following the instructions received from the Centre. The Dhubri district administration hold a meeting on Friday at the office of the Deputy Commissioner Ganesh Kalita which instructed the animal husbandry and veterinary officials to cull the poultry in the area paying Rs 40 only to the owners for each of the culled poultry. But the culling has yet to begin in the area in the absence of the required materials ansd instruments. Top ranked police officials were also attended the meeting.
17 Jun 2014 - 11:49am | AT News
Gogoi, who is camping in New Delhi is believed to have got the seal of approval from Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Monday.
10 Mar 2014 - 8:22am | Nava Thakuria
A free health camp on manual therapy and pain relief for media persons was organized at Guwahati Press Club today by Indian Association of Physiotherapists (IAP) and College of Physiotherapy & Medical Sciences (CPMS), Guwahati. Over 50 journalists participated in the camp that started at 10 am. Most of the participants diagnosed with continuous pain in neck and back. The camp, conducted under the leadership of IAP president Dr Uma Shankar Mohanty and CPMS principal Dr Ujjal Bhattacharya with physiotherapists Dr Munmun Singha & Dr Kundan Kumar, concluded by 2 pm.