Kids perform bihu in school
Hojai: The Kids Of Kinder Garden School in Hojai Celebrated Rongali Bihu with traditional fervour on Saturday. Dressed in traditional Assamese attire, the students performed bihu huchori pulling many people both inside and outside the campus. A few teachers and staff also joined them.
Speaking on the Occasion,Bharti Gupta, Principal said," We celebrate every festival in the school to make kids aware from childhood about our rich cultural traditions and its significance."
"This Rongali Bihu is a spring festival we all are celebrating this with lots of enthusiasm.This Bihu is the beginning or New Year for Assamese and I hope the coming days will be full of happiness.",she added.
27 Nov 2017 - 8:02am | AT News
GUWAHATI: BTAD areas keep celebrating the victory of Angkushita Boro in the AIBA youth wold boxing championship in Guwahati on Sunday.
Since the 17 year old pugilist from Dhekiajuli was put in the ring at the packed Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium in Sarusajai in the evening people in large number in the BTAD areas came out to the street and as she emerged winner defeating her Russian rival they started the huge celebrating dancing, singing, feasting and bursting of firecrackers.
Minutes after she struck gold, BTAD chief Hagrama Mohilary announced ₹5lakh to the young pugilist congratulating her. Same message has come from ABSU president Pramod Boro, Rajya Sabha member UG Brahma.
23 Sep 2015 - 6:17pm | Hantigiri Narzary
The Indo-Global Social Service (IGSSS) carried out a peace rally in Kokrajhar town on Wednesday for world peace.
More than 50 women from Kokrajhar and Chirang participated in the rally when it started from JD Road to Cirucit House.
Talking to Assam Times, organizers said the rally was a part of post observation International Peace Day to promote peace in the region, to make people aware about peace, mitigate violence and promote peace among all communities.
The peace action project presently covered 65 villages in Karbi Anglong and BTAD districts. The thrust and focus of the project is on women centric role in peace building, conflict resolution to further sustainable peace and development in the region.
30 Jan 2018 - 5:09am | AT News
GUWAHATI: Unidentified gunmen shot dead an aged business man in Guwahati triggering huge shock and anger in the city on Monday.
The incident took place at around 9.30 in the evening in Bijoy Nagar when Shatital Jain was on his way back to his home from his business establishment.
Two motorcycle born gunmen halted him on the road side and snatched his bag and sprayed two round of bullets on his body from a point blank range and vanished.
A critically injured Jain was rushed to the hospital where he died. Many businessmen in the city have demanded immediate arrest of the gunmen who killed the businessman.
Police have registered a case and investigation is going on.