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All Assam Students Union, Namrup regional committee organised a torch light rally on Tuesday evening opposing the Citizens Ammendment Bill 2016. 

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NAMRUP: The Sonari Army under DAO Division organised a free medical check-up and assistance camp in Manjushree Tea Garden under Charaideo district on Friday, wherein necessary medical advice and assistance was provided along with free medicines to the locals numbering nearly 600 from various adjoining villages. The medical camp was appreciated by all  and people of all age groups came forward to benefit from the camp, it also provided a platform for a healthy and positive interaction with the people of the region. In addition to the army doctor, the local tea garden management provided one doctor and support staff, WHO provided two eye specialists, medicines and eyeglasses.The...
  NAMRUP: Along with other parts of world, the 4th International Yoga Day was also celebrated at Namrup. The programme was formally inaugurated by BVFCL Chief Managing Director (CMD), Shyam Deo Singh by ceremonial lighting of lamp in BVFCL Gandhi Maidan Indoor Stadium. The event was organised by Patanjali Yog Samiti  Namrup in collaboration with Namrup Nagarsamiti, Namrup BVFCL  Management and CISF BVFCL Unit.The session was supervised by Ram Narayan Gupta of Patanjali Yog Samiti . Speaking on the ocassion BVFCL, CMD, Shyam Deo Singh stressed on the need and convenience of Yoga. He expressed gratitude to PM, Modi for emphasizing importance of yoga among countrymen. More...
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.  
Namrup: The Maibella Army Camp under DAO Division organized a free medical check up and assistance camp as part of the Army’s “Winning of Heart and Mind Campaign Drive” in Rohdoi  Ali village of Charaideo  district recently. The camp was attended by some 400 people from 10 neighbouring villages. Free medicines were also distributed among the patients.   
Namrup:  A pioneer of the Assam Movement and founder of Assam Yuba Chatra  Parishad Namrup Regional Committee, Nagen Bora breathed his last at his own residence here in Namrup on Sunday due to old age ailments. He was 82 and left behind his wife, two son and three daughters.  Actively associated with a number of socio-political organizations of Namrup, Bora was sent to prison on a number of occasions during the Assam agitation. His death was widely mourned.  
Namrup: Today all over the world is facing natural  calamities due to  cutting of green lands  and making buildings, sky towers. Here  in Namrup the World Environmental Day is celebrated by Brahmaputra Valley Fertilizer Corporation Limited  (BVFCL) with  in a befitting manner with great  zeal and enthusiasm.  Some of the notable activities undertaken as a part of celebration are  Essay and Drawing competition in all nearby schools to create  awareness amongst the school students about environmental issues.   A procession was organised by Basundhara Jatiya Vidyalaya students and teacher in the  theme of 'Beat Plastic...
Namrup: BVFCL Model HS School has stolen the march in the HS examination with cent per cent success drawing huge applause from all fronts on Thursday.Altogether 39 students in the first one batch of the school appeared in the science and arts streams conducted by the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council where the pass percentage is 100%.Next to this new school is the BVFCL HS School where 81.25% students cleared the arts stream while in science  the pass percentage is 93.45%. On the other hand, 40.44% candidates cleared the examination in the arts stream in Namrup College while in the science stream the pass percentage is 54.55%. Bhadoi Model Hs school, BVFCL Model Hs school ,...
Two students from Namrup’s BVFCL Model High school secured  8th and 10th position  in the HSLC 2018 examination declared on Friday. Ashish Handique secured 8th position (Maths- 100, General Science 100, English 96, Assamese 92, Social Science 99, Advance Maths 99) and 10th position by Syeda  Inaya Tabasun  (General Maths  100 , General Science 98, English 96, Assamese 93, Social Science 99, Advance Mathematics 98). Out of 91 students appeared from the school 31 secured 1st division, star to 19,  distinction to 21, second division 16 and one third division. Talking to Assam Times, Ashish Handique said that preparing for the HSLC examination was “a passion...
NAMRUP: Monsoon woe is nearing which unleash brimful misery to millions of people in Assam and its neighboring north eastern states. The army jawans posted in Jaysagar are preparing to efficiently deal with the situation.    Many army jawans participated in a flood relief and rescue demonstration at Disang Mukh on Thursday fetching a ray of respite to the people who have been suffering from the perennial calamity for decades. The mock drill included portrayal of a situation  of comprising of early warning of heavy rains , deploy of flood control team and finally high speed action to rescue the victims from stranded places using various techniques.  Besides these...
Namrup: More and more people in Namrup keep coming out to the streets opposing the move for Indian citizenship to the Hindu neighbours by amending the Citizenship Act. The All Assam Tai Ahom Student Union staged a sit in at  Jeypore Tiniali on Wednesday continuing the protest against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016. AATASU’s Namrup leader Mrinal Handique said,” Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal must think of the state, its people, language and culture since he took the oath to safeguard the nation. Prime Minister Narendra Modi must not forget his commitment.  We want to tell the duo don't try anymore to befool us.” AATASU leaders  Simanta Gogoi , Sumon Gogoi ...