Yoga Day observed by Army in Hattigarh Millitary Station
The Yoga day was observed in the entire district of Udalguri at various places. The Army personnel of 421 Field Regiment, Hattigarh Millitary Station located at the foothills of Indo Bhutan border along with others celebrated 3rd International Yoga Day on June 21 at the station campus with great enthusiasm and zeal. The Yoga Day was celebrated in collaboration with civilians. The aim of celebrating Yoga Day among civilians was to promote a healthy and peaceful mind. Brigade Commander, Anup Singhal in his short speech said that, “To obtain a healthy body and attain a peaceful mind every men should meditate and do yoga.” A hundreds of civilians comprising man, woman and children attended the yoga sessions at campus which started at 5 a.m. in the morning.
7 Mar 2008 - 4:13pm | editor
The people of the North East feels alienated because very few in the mainland appreciates their contributions, problems and cultural ethos. The media also, almost always, gives attention to the North East for the wrong reasons. We are making an endeavor to bridge the gap, if any, in understanding North East, by organizing a series of lectures by a select few eminent personalities.
You are cordially invited to the third lecture in the series on the Subject "Telling the North East Story: The conflict and the Media" by Sir Mark Tully at 5 PM, on 8th March, 2008, (Saturday) at Constitution Club, Speaker's Hall, Rafi Marg, New Delhi.
Please join us for a high tea at 4:30 pm prior to the lecture
For any information please contact: Gp Captain (Retd) A C Barua or Dr. H Deka at: 9868102881, 9818252414, 26537786, and 26510426.
13 Sep 2015 - 8:58pm | AT News
Arunachal Pradesh minister of agriculture Chowna Mein was on a recent visit to Phillipines & Malayasia leading a delegation of nine members of his department.
The team visited International Rice Research Institute(IRRI) at Los Banos, Laguna(Phillipines) and interacted with senior Rice Scientists of international fame to explore potentialities of technological intervention in the state’s Rice production programme.
13 Jun 2014 - 7:14pm | SK Hasan
People of Galekey's Bortania village in Nazira Sub division in Upper Assam are still affraid of the gas leakage incident at ONGC's Rig No-E 2005 GK GL Well. This incident happened at 5 PM on June 12 and with a huge sound and polluting the air up to 2 kilometers. Although the crisis management team of ONGC immediately controlled the situation, local people demand for proper compensation. A public meeting were held in this are on Friday in this regard where SDPO of Nazira Ashif Ahmed, AK Kumar GGM of Drilling section of the ONGC, Kashyap Joshipura, Manager Corporate Communication of ONGC etc. were present alongwith other dignatories.