Japanese Encephalitis claims one in Kokrajhar
One person died in Kokrajhar district due to Japanese Encephalitis (JE) at Lower Assam hospital, Bongaigaon on Friday afternoon.
Four other persons have also been detected positive JE in the district and they are going under treatment at various hospitals in Bongaigaon and Guwahati.
District surveillance officer of the RNB civil hospital,Kokrajhar, Dr Amol Mochary told that one person died due to JE positive at Lower Assam Hoispital on Friday. She was identified as Somaina Mushahary(20) of Gwjwnpuri Jharbari of Kokrajhar district. She was suffering from JE positive since few three days and breathed her last on Friday. She was admitted to Kokrajhar RNB civil hospital on July 18 and later referred to Lower Assam Hospital due to serious condition and she breathed her last on Friday afternoon. She was former HS final year student of Serfanguri Janata College.
Dr Mochary said that she was died due to JE positive.He has confirmed about her dead post reports reached from the higher authority of the medical reports.
He said that four persons have also been detected JE positive from Kokrajhar district and they are going under treatment Lower Assam hospital and Apollo hospital in Guwahati.
He informed that health department was fully prepared to counter the JE/AES cases in the district and medical officers as well health centres are fully detailed for the medical services at the remote areas. He also said that medical awareness camps are being organized at various places involving students unions, NGOs to bring social awareness among the masses.
25 Mar 2008 - 5:48am | editor
Two top ULFA rebels have been arrested from the city's Japorigog with two other linkmen during a police operation on Monday night. According to information, a hand grenade has also been recovered from their possession. The ULFA militants are Bhawani Nath and Abhijit Kalita while the names of the linkmen have yet to be confirmed. They have been suspected to have arrived in the city for strike.
2 Jul 2014 - 9:15pm | AT News
The eviction drive is a step in turn direction if it really tends to clear the hills and wetlands in Guwahati. Those demanding settlements in the hilltops can not escape the responsibility for the paralyzing waterlogging in the city. These were more or less of what senior journalists based in Guwahati said on Wednesday.
Participating in a discussion organized by the Journalists Union of Assam (JUA) at the Guwahati Press Club, speakers after speakers endorsed the drive to evict the illegal settlers in Bharalu and hill tops saying that the action is too late. But they said that there is still a ray of hope.
In his brief speech senior journalist Ajit Patowary said that the practice of critising the authority citing the failure to curb the menace needs to be stopped. People of all ranks should be aware of the impending danger.
Patowary further said those who have land in the rural areas have been struggling as landless lots to get government land allocated even in the hills areas. That’s the big problem confronting the entire city these days.
Ashim Chatterjee along with Rupam Baruah, Ranen Kumar Goswami, Hitendra Nath Mahanta were prominent among those who participated in the discussion. Most of the speakers urged the authorities to clear the Bharalu, Bahini, Mora Bharalu, Basistha from the encroachers to help the city get rid of waterlogging and landslide that have been wreaking havoc in the premier eastern India city.
22 Jul 2012 - 2:37am | Jayanta Kumar Das
In view of the on going communal clashes in BTAD specially in Kokrajhar district,the Udalguri district administration has taken up precautionary measures to control any types of violence and to maintain peace and tranquillity among people in the district. Prohibitory measures including imposition of section 144 under Cr PC and banning of any public gathering or agitation etc have been executed in the district with immediate effect. Army,para-military forces besides police have been alerted to control any anti social activities in the district.
Thaneswar Malakar,DC,Udalguri has appealed all not to disturb communal harmony in the district and to maintain peace. He also appeal all the organisations including ABSU, AASU, AJYCP, AMSU, AGSU, AASA and other organisations to co-operate with the district administration in maintain law and order and peace.