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Swimmers ready for National Games

Altogether 54 swimmers are prepared to represent Assam in the National Games in Kolakata slated for November 3 to 7. The entire team comprises 4 Under 19 girls, 8 Under 19 boys, 7 Under 17 girls, 13 Under 17 boys. These are apart from 13 Under 14 boys and 9 Under 14 girls.

 

 

Under 14 (Boys)

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Swimmer

District

Event

  1.  

Abhigyan Madhurja Dutta

Sibasagar

50 FS / 50 BR / 50 BF (100 FSR)

  1.  

Sarman Terang

Jorhat

50 FS / 100 FS / 100 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Anudhan Hazarika

Jorhat

100 FS / 200 FS / 200 BF (100 RFS)

  1.  

Gyan Sandhan Kashyap

Jorhat

200 FS / 400 FS / 50 BF (4 x 100 FSR) (R)

  1.  

Jay Baruah

Kamrup

400 FS / 100 BK / 200 BK

  1.  

Manjim Gogoi

Sivasagar

50 BK

  1.  

Anamitra Phukan

Golaghat

50 BK

  1.  

Debanga Raj Dutta

Jorhat

100 BK / 100 BR / 200 BR

  1.  

Rishikesh Bora

Jorhat

200 BK / 200 IM

  1.  

Tridip Barman

Golaghat

50 BR

  1.  

Garick Wahangbam

Sonitur

200 BR

  1.  

Bikram Chmagmai

Jorhat

200 BF / 200 BF / 200 IM (4 x 100 FSR)

  1.  

Monjul Hussain

Sivasagar

100 BF

 

Under 14 (Girls)

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Swimmer

District

Event

  1.  

Sivangi Sarmah

Kamrup

50 FS / 50 BR / 100 BR

  1.  

Sayeda Antara Zaima

Kamrup

50 FS / 100 FS / 200 FS (100 RFS)

  1.  

Ishani Gogoi

Jorhat

100 FS / 50 BK / 50 BF (100 RFS)

  1.  

Ishika Bhattacharjee

Kamrup

200 BK / 50 BK / 100 BK

  1.  

Kabyashree Oja

Sonitpur

100 BK / 200 BK (100 RFS)

  1.  

Reinita Gogoi

Kamrup

50 BR / 100 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Monali Mishra

Jorhat

200 BR

  1.  

Subhalakhi Hazarika

Jorhat

50 BF / 400 FS (100 RFS)

  1.  

Ashmita Goswami

Jorhat

100 BF

 

Under 17 (Boys)

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Swimmer

District

Event

  1.  

Tanisnam Talukdar

Kamrup

50 FS / 50 BK / 100 BK (100 RFS)

  1.  

Niharjyoti Laskar

Kamrup

50 FS / 50 BR / 100 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Bigang Das

Jorhat

100 FS / 400 FS / 800 FS (100 RFS)

  1.  

Arkit Ray

Kamrup

100 FS / 50 BF

  1.  

Arurag Das

Kamrup

200 FS / 200 BR (100 RFS) (R)

  1.  

Trivarg Arandhana

Kamrup

200 FS

  1.  

Saikh Nur Asadulla

Kamrup

400 FS

  1.  

Udipta R. Handique

Kamrup

800 FS / 50 BK / 200 BK

  1.  

Mayukh Baruah

Jorhat

100 BK / 200 BK / 200 IM (100 RFS)

  1.  

Milantan S. Dutta

Jorhat

50 BR / 100 BR / 200 BR

  1.  

Hrishanta Basak

Kamrup

50 BF / 100 BF / 200 BF

  1.  

Amar Biswas

Kamrup

100 BF / 200 IM

  1.  

Kumar Aditya Narayan Dev

Kamrup

200 BF

Under 17 (Girls)

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Swimmer

District

Event

  1.  

Violina Das

Kamrup

50 FS / 50 BK / 100 BK

  1.  

Nilakhi Gogoi

Sivasagar

50 FS / 100 FS (100 RFS)

  1.  

Vhasati P. Dutta

Jorhat

100 FS / 200 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Darathi Tanti

Kamrup

50 BK / 100 BK / 200 BK

  1.  

Sreya Sampurna Saikia

Kamrup

50 BR / 50 BK (100 RFS)

  1.  

Rajashree Borgohain

Sivasagar

50 BR / 100 BR / 200 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Risha Das

Kamrup

50 BF

 

Under 19 (Boys)

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Swimmer

District

Event

  1.  

Bhuban Talukdar

Kamrup

50 FS / 100 BK / 50 BK (100 RFS)

  1.  

Victor Izak Bhardwaj

Sonitpur

50 FR / 100 FS

  1.  

Leonard Pator

Sonitpur

200 FS / 50 BF / 100 BF

  1.  

Diplabjyoti Baruah

Jorhat

50 BR / 100 BR / 200 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Max. Indu Phukan

Jorhat

200 FS / 200 BR (100 RFS) (R)

  1.  

Samarjit Gogoi

Sivasagar

100 BR

  1.  

Priyanshu Prabal Dutta

Kamrup

50 BF / 100 BF (100 RFS)

  1.  

Mohan Gogoi

Jorhat

200 IM (100 RFS)

 

Under 19 (Girls)

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Swimmer

District

Event

  1.  

Razia Begum

Kamrup

50 FS / 100 BK / 50 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Plabita Sarmah

Jorhat

50 FS / 50 BK / 50 BF (100 RFS)

  1.  

Kabita Singh

Sonitpur

100 FS / 50 BF (100 RFS)

  1.  

Jyotsnali Baruah

Sivasagar

50 BR / 100 BR    (100 RFS)

  

OFFICIALS :        

1)      Shri Rajib Dey, IIT, Guwahati (Coach)

2)      Rinki Bhuyan (Coach -cum- Lady Manager)

3)      Deba Hazarika, Contingent Leader

4)      Deben Konwar, Manager

 

 

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In grip of holi festivities

5 Mar 2015 - 9:18am | AT News

Holi festivities grip Assam along with other parts of the country on Thursday to mark the advent of spring.

From early this morning, people of all walks of life are coming out to the streets with colours and gulals to play holi on the day one.

Temples across the state are being dressed afresh on the occasion where the devotees are playing holi by sprinkling gulal to each other.

In Guwahati also, streets are full of people of all ages who are playing holi with their near and dear one. “Despite hurdles and hiccups we are coming out of the homes to celebrate the festival that is necessary to remain united,” said Prafulla Bora, a resident of Survey area in Beltola.

“We are waiting for bus to Barpeta where holi is being celebrated in a big way. We have heard of it but never have we ever been to this holi place. Today we are joining holi with the people in Barpeta,” said Kaushik Das from Dispur who is waiting with his family members for a Barpeta bound bus.

Namrata Damor and Victoria Kharkongor – the poignant absurdities

15 Jul 2015 - 3:55pm | Rajiv Roy

The Vyapam (Vyavsayik Pariksha Mandal) or Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board scam in Madhya Pradesh (MP) is perhaps one of the most sinister scams in the history of the country, so far. With mysterious deaths being reported everyday prior to the taking over of the case by CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation) to be monitored by Supreme Court of India; this has rattled the state BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) which has its ramifications felt on the central leadership of the saffron party. The yearlong taintless BJP is certainly hit with multiple injuries. The only respite perhaps is nothing concerns directly the union government as most are related to the BJP run state governments. After Lalitgate, which has named the likes of Sushma Swaraj and Vasundhara Raje, we have Smriti Irani and Pankaja Munde followed by Vyapam now. The External Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj is accused of extending help to the Congress call ‘fugitive’ and former IPL (Indian Premier League) Commissioner, Lalit Modi who now lives ‘safely’ in London and throws salvo back home. The Rajasthan Chief Minister, Vasundhara Raje too is accused of extending favours to Modi – whose investment of over Rs 11 crores has benefitted her son Dushyant. The Union HRD Minister, Smriti Irani is fighting hard to prove her ‘falsified’ educational qualification, which has been challenged in a Delhi Court. Then Pankaja Munde, the iniquitous Maharashtra minister who cleared an amount of Rs 206 crores spent on women and child welfare department without inviting tenders.

The Union Finance Minister said that none is tainted when he was asked to comment on Lalitgate. The BJP leadership gave an understanding that the two ladies – Sushma and Vasundhara – helped Modi in their personal capacity and it is nothing like the previous ‘a-scam-a-day’ government of the Congress led UPA (United Progressive Alliance). The rest concerns the BJP led state governments. But can the central leadership absolve its state counterparts when we have a scam like Vyapam. The Congress accuses that the Prime Minister (PM) maintains a mysterious silence on these issues. Congressman Jairam Ramesh has named the PM “Maunananda” only to earn back “Maun-Mohan” from the BJP. It is another fact, no doubt, that Dr Manmohan Singh was totally dumb during his tenure and what right does the Congress have to accuse the incumbent PM. All knows that the former PM was muted every time by the remote control lady in Sonia Gandhi. But apart from this name calling what the commoners in the country are subjected to. Most importantly the people of MP, where the evil scam started since the time of the incumbent Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan were the then health minister in the state cabinet.

The absurd part of Vyapam scam is the unearthing of a post mortem report related to the death of a medical student Namrata Damor. The student who was strangled and smothered to death, the doctor who has done her post mortem has gone ahead to conclude ‘disillusionment in love’ and ‘annoyance of parents’ in the report. The doctor gave this version on the earlier pretext that the medical student committed suicide. This is a most horrible act of character assassination of an individual – who of course is not alive today. What is the competency of the said doctor who has gone beyond the definition of a post mortem? According to Wikipedia, “An autopsy – also known as a post-mortem examination, necropsy, autopsia cadaverum, or obduction – is a highly specialized surgical procedure that consists of a thorough examination of a corpse to determine the cause and manner of death and to evaluate any disease or injury that may be present. It is usually performed by a specialized medical doctor called a pathologist.” A national media house while investigating into this matter observed that it has not come across a ridiculous and absurd doctor and a post mortem report than this in the country and abroad, so far. Is it not poignantly absurd that a post mortem report which is suppose to examine the dead body brazenly relates matters, which is about psychology and psychiatry. This is unbecoming of the medical profession. The said doctor however later admitted to the channel that he wrote the post mortem report without examining the body but on the basis of pictures and other documents related to the body.

There is no dearth of such absurd doctors in the country. The recent death of Shillong lady Victoria D Kharkongor inside the toilet of Dispur Police Station is another such absurd dimension being practiced by today’s doctors that has shaken people’s trust on them. The lady, who was said to be in a derange condition landed at the International Hospital in Guwahati on her way back from Hyderabad. The doctor there instead of attending the patient referred her to the police station where she ended her life as it is said to be known now though investigation is under process. Many right thinking citizens from Shillong and Guwahati are of the opinion that why she was not referred to GNRC or other mental facilities in that city instead of a police station. Victoria was the daughter of a bereaved mother, sister and the rest in her family and none knows it better than the one who has lost their near and dear ones, how painful it is. A doctor is a life giver but unfortunately in this case he has pushed the patient to the other side. Is not such doctor be stripped of their medical garb and is it not just time to recall the Hippocratic Oath that they swear-in before taking this profession.

Lakhimpur prepared for polls

6 Apr 2014 - 3:00pm | AT News

The stage is set in Lakhimpur for the Lok Sabha polls on Monday where 14,29,098 voters will exercise their franchise to decide on the fate of 13 candidates.

Polling will take place from 7 in the morning to 4 in the afternoon in all the booths simultaneously. The crucial constituency is set to witness a triangular contest among Congress, BJP and AGP.  

Polling officials have already arrived in the booths with polling materials in the afternoon. Tight security arrangement is in place at all polling booths to ensure free and fair polls on Monday.