Parimal Das (24), a small time Salesman of Panchu Ghat area of Dhubri is missing since last Thursday.
The family members claimed that on the noon of 8th August, Parimal went to Dhubri Civil Hospital at Jhagrarpar along with his elder brother to enquire about the treatment of a family member and is missing since then. His mobile was also found to be switched off and a written complain had already been lodged at Dhubri Sadar Thana yesterday.
28 Aug 2017 - 1:02pm | Robertson Tanti
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Three compartments of a goods train got damaged as militans exploded a poweful bomb on a railway track in North Cachhar district on Sunday morning. According to information, the incident took place...
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The 12 hour Dhubri district bandh called by Bazrang dal today have received mixed response in Dhubri district. The bandh has virtually no effect in the district head quarter Dhubri as all the local shops and main market are seen open. The various local schools, government offices and banks of the Dhubri town is remained open. Though some of the long distance passenger busses are off the road, the short distance buses are moving as usual. Like Dhubri town, the Bilasipara also have no effect, a local reporter informed.On the other hand the bandh is total in Golakganj areas of the district, as per the information so received. It is also learnt that the Dhubri police makes...
Shortage of doctors and paramedical staff and lack of basic amenities is
crippling services at the Dhubri civil hospital at Jhagrarpar on the
outskirts of Dhubri town, a report sent by the hospital authorities to Dispur
The 200-bed government hospital that caters to about 1000 patients daily has
to make do with just 18 doctors and 44 GNM nurses, which is in violation of
the National Rural Health Mission guidelines of 2007.
The NRHM guidelines state that a 101-200 bed district hospital should have at
least 34 doctors and 75-100 staff nurses.
According to the report submitted to health minister Himanta Biswa Sarma by
superintendent (in charge) Abdul Motin Sheikh...