Ailing journalist gets help
Namrup: The Dibrugarh District administration would take the medical responsibility of Bipul Bhagwati, a senior journalist suffering from a critical illness. Hearing about the health condition of the ailing journalist, the Deputy Commissioner, Dibrugarh assured the Assam Press Cooresspondent Union local unit today that the administration would extend all medical assistance to Bhagawati.
8 Oct 2015 - 3:00pm | Hantigiri Narzary
Bongaigaon XI Star Club beat Coochbehar Municipality FC,West Bengal 3-1 in Thursday’s match of Daoharu Mungklong Trophy being played at Dotma DASA ground in Kokrajhar.
A Adindu of Coochbehar Municipality netted first goal against Bongaigaon in 30 minutes and led thd match 1-0 in the first half. For Bongaigaon, Joseph Frank scored first goal in 47 minutes, Sukursingh Basumatary scored two goals in 62 minutes and 65 minutes in the second half which led the team to win the match 3-1 and forwarded for another round.
Tomorrow, DASA XI, Dotma will take on Kashibari Youth Club, Udalguri. Meanwhile, Udalguri BA FC defeated 16 AP Bn, Marigaon 1-0 in the ongoing B Bwhwithi memorial Gold Cup held at Jaraguri ground under Gossaigaon subdivision in today's match. Manipur IWDSA XI will clash on Barhoongka AC, Kokrajhar on Friday.
6 Jan 2018 - 12:13pm | Shajid Khan
UDALGURI: The Sikh community of Udalguri and Darrang celebrated the 350th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Gobind Singh with religious fervour at Tangla in Udalguri on Friday.
They celebrated the occasion at the Gurudwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha. Sikh devotees, including women and children, from different parts of the district gathered at the Gurudwara since morning and offered their prayers.Devotees read out the scriptures of Sukhmani Sahib and recited kirtan, which spread the messages of love and harmony among the people. Devotees also participated in Langar (community feasting) on the ocassion.
13 Oct 2015 - 10:12am | Hantigiri Narzary
Normal life was paralised today following 24 hours BTAD bandh in Kokrajhar, heart town of BTC administration, called by Janajati Suraksha Mancha and Royal Union of Koch Mech, demanding early eviction of non tribals, who are living illegally in tribal belt and blocks in the state.
The bandh was started from 5 am this morning and will continue till 5 am next morning.
All kinds of road transport communication, public busses including national highways remained deserted on the day, besides financial institutions like bank, bazaar, market, shop, private institutions remained closed during the bandh.
Most of the govt offices were also remained off.
The Kokrajhar district unit of All Assam Tribal Sangha has also extended their supports to the bandh and demanded early eviction of the illegally encroached in the tribal belt and blocks.
The Manch and Royal Union strongly urged the govt to take stern action and evict illegally encroached non tribals in the tribal belt and blocks that are creating resentment among indigenous and tribal peoples in the state.