Skip to contentSkip to navigation

GPC media fellowship announced

Guwahati Press Club has announced a short term media fellowship to study and document the indigenous sports of Assam (primarily from Brahmaputra valley). The selected fellow will try to gather information about the traditional sports, mostly its rules & regulations and also a probable picture, with an aim to get it published in a book form later.


The fellowship has been sponsored by Gopal Jalan in his father Basudev Jalan’s memory. The interested media persons (preferably members of Guwahati Press Club) are requested to apply for the same on or before January 20 to the Secretary, Guwahati Press Club with a formal application with his/her bio-data.

Author info

Nava Thakuria's picture

Senior journalist based in Guwahati.

Add new comment

Republish

Republish this content

More Stories

3 ULFA militants nabbed in Goalapra

30 Jun 2012 - 11:51pm | editor
Goalpara district had a narrow escape from a major explosion when security forces intercepted at least 10 kg of RDX from three hardcore ULFA militants on Saturday. According to police, identified as...

Focus on disaster and development

23 Nov 2014 - 9:54am | Syed Miraz Ahmed
Eastern and North East India’s most proactive industry organization the Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in association with crude petroleum producing public enterprise Oil India Limited Saturday...

Nandita Hazarika Deputy Secretary Assam State Disaster Management Authority during the ICC seminar on Natural Disaster & Sustainable Development in Guwahati, Saturday.

Girl immolates herself inside Bhellaghar at Kalaigaon

15 Jan 2012 - 6:16am | Jayanta Kumar Das
One Himanjali Deka (21) daughter of Srikanta Deka, inhabitant of Ganakpara village,under Kalaigaon Police Station in Udalguri district committed suicide inside a Bhellaghar at 5 AM on January 14....