37th Bn, SSB Mangaldai observes International Yoga Day
UDALGURI : Along with the rest of the world the 4th International Yoga Day was observed by the 37th Bn Shashastra Seema Bal(SSB), Mangaldai at its Bn HQ and across all its Border outposts in Indo-Bhutan border. A total of 150 personnels including Officers, Sub-ordinate Officers, Jawans and the childrens of nearby village of Karmipara in Darrang at its new location of Bn Hqrs took active part in the event. The event witnessed various ‘asanas and pranayama’ which were practiced by the participants. Speaking on the occasion, Rohitashwa, Officer, Commandant of the battalion highlighted that Yoga is not just the ancient science which keeps us healthy, but,it is the science of radiating enlightenment; the ability to manifest whatever we want. "It is not all about making us a better man, but about making us a superman.", He said. Yoga is a powerful alchemy system that gives result as soon
as we start
. It should give results on day one and by one month, we should be manifesting powers. He requested the participants to cultivate the habit of practicing Yoga and wished for healthy life for all.
19 Jun 2010 - 2:12pm | editor
In a major achivement city police have arrested 3 persons who have confessed the killing of engineer Manik Baishya on Thursday in Guwahati. During interrogation they confessed before police that they killed the engineer for money. They include drive Ganesh Bharali, whom Baishya recruited 3 months back.
3 Feb 2013 - 3:28pm | Anup Biswas
To commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, the students of Kendriya Vidyalaya and Jawhar Navadaya, Haflong organised a spectacular procession at Haflong on Sunday.
The procession was flagged off by Sri P S Arora, Commanding Officer, 25 Assam Riffle, Haflong in presence of Principal, Teachers, Guardians and the students of both KVS and JNV.
The procession was taken out from the premises of Cultural Institute Hall marched through Synod Turn, Sambudhan Rotary, Don Bosco then converged at Ramkrisha Mission campus.
The procession was led by several students dressed in Swamiji’s dress and was participated by students, Teachers, Guardians and others prominent personalities of Haflong.
The people of different communities while taking part in the procession were shouting ‘Swamiji amar rahe, ‘jab tak suraj chand rahega- swamiji ka nam rahega’ Bharat ka gaurab kyasa ho- swamiji jeisa ho’.
3 Dec 2016 - 11:24pm | AT News
Two senior eye specialists namely Dr Subhra Kinkor Goswami and Dr Bijuli Goswami, associated with Sight First eye-clinic, today checked the eyes of the member-journalists of Guwahati Press Club and provided free consultation & preliminary treatments for them. Over 45 scribes along with their family members participated in the evening clinic, where most of them were advised to follow some guidelines to protect and prolong their eye sights. Sight First employees Ramen Haloi, Bapan Paul with Paresh Das and Soan Das assisted the ophthalmologists in conducting the camp.
The next (10 December 2016) evening OPD under the series of ‘Evening with a Doctor’ programs will be attended by Dr KN Srinivasan, consultant cardiologist from Apollo Hospitals, Chennai. The clinic will begin at 4 pm and continue till 6 pm.