Along with the other 17 districts of the state first phase panchayat poll were held peacefully in the Sivasager district on the last 31st December 2007. Although 6 communities alliance of Tai Ahom, Tea Tribes, Kooch–Rajbangshi Student Unions called 36 hours bandh from 30th December to the 5 p.m or 31st December 2007, large numbers of people casted their vote in tight security.
Interestingly in Sivasager District keen relatives of the AATASU, ATTSA were also crusted their votes.
29 Oct 2009 - 8:46am | editor
An eye-check up camp for the media persons in Guwahati Press Club has made shocking revelation that most of the participants were advised for further course of treatment. Organized with the support...
16 Jul 2009 - 7:20am | Juthika Das
The 5th bi-ennial conference and 27th foundation day orf Barpeta press club was held recently at Barpeta Press club premises with two days long programme. On the first day the new committee with 11...
29 Aug 2011 - 11:28pm | Jayanta Kumar Das
Sensation prevailed at Kahibari under Udalguri PS yesterday night on August 28 at about 2.40 am in front of the residence of Rihon Daimari, former PHE minister of Assam and presently, MLA of...
20 Apr 2012 - 1:29am | editor
Steadfast in its commitment to safeguard the health of its citizens from the menace of chewing tobacco products, the Government of Madhya Pradesh from April 1, 2012 onwards has banned the...
Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Hardeep Puri inaugurated the ONGC-supported Siu Ka Pha Multi Specialty Hospital in Sivasagar, Assam, on November 4, 2023. The hospital, built with a total investment of Rs 483.19 crore, is a state-of-the-art facility with 300 beds and a team of 70 specialized doctors. It will offer a comprehensive range of medical services, including Orthopaedics, Trauma, Paediatric & NICU, Obstetrics, Gynaecology, ENT, Skull base Surgery, Physiotherapy, Rehabilitation, and advanced diagnostics.
The hospital will be managed and operated by Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Vaidyakiya Pratisthan (BAVP). It is expected to provide healthcare services to over one lakh...
Journalists in Nazira observed the 49th National Press Day at the Press Club on Thursday with a day long programme. Reporter Inamul Mujid Khan memorial chorus competition and Prafulla Dutta and Krishna Khatonier memorial cultural programme took place on the occasion. Veteran CPI leader Drupad Borgohain , District Public Relation Officer of Sivasagar Sarodi Gogoi attended an open meeting on the occasion.
Congress leader and Nazira MLA Debobrata Saikia has demanded a special assembly session to discuss the vexed Nagalim issue. Talking to Assam Times, the CLP leader said a section of the people from Nagaland has been trying to grab plots on the territory of Assam in the name of the greater Nagalim. He said the government’s position on this sensitive issue and the framework is not yet clear.
Veteran Congress leader in Nazira Tonkeshwar Saikia breath his last at his own residence of Nazira Simaluguri on Thursday. He was 81 and survived by his wife, two sons and one daughter. Saikia, the elder brother of former Assam chief minister Hiteswar Saikia died of prolonged illness. Many political leaders, organizations and individuals have deeply condoled his death. Veteran Left leader and former MLA Drupad Gohain condoled the death of the octogenerian social workers.
71th Independence Day was observed with traditional gaity and flavour in different places of Nazira Sub division. The main event was held at Nazira playground, where civil administration organised the Independence Day with a day long programme. SDO(C) Dr. Sadnek Singh hoisted the National Flag after swahid tarpan at Nazira Gandhi Maidan. A friendly football match was also held between Civil Administration 11 and Media 11, where civil administration 11 won by 5-0 goals.
Hundreds of people hit the streets in Nazira alleging anti people policies of the BJP led government at the state and Centre. Led by Congress MLA Debobrata Saikia, the protestors thronged in front of the SDO (Civil) office in the town and shouted slogans against the central and state government.