Guwahati: Assam’s premier health care institute, Barthakur Clinic organized a media OPD clinic at Guwahati Press Club on 1 June 2019, where practicing physician Dr Jury Das was available for free consultations to the participants. Nurse Lucy Songbai from the city based hospital helped over 30 scribes to get their blood pressure checked in the camp.
Next media OPD clinic for the benefit of working journalists along with their families will be conducted by a newly launched super specialty healthcare institute Excelcare Hospitals on 8 June at the press club premises.
19 Feb 2008 - 1:40am | editor
The Centre is all set to start oil exploration in the Brahmaputra river basin saying it could boost oil production. Addressing the golden jubilee function of Oil India Limited (OIL) here on Monday, DONER Minister Mani Shankar Aiyar said the basin has huge potential of oil reserve which had to be exploited. He said the exploration work will start as soon as the required environmental clearance was received. According to Aiyar, oil exploration work would also start in Tirap and Changland districts of Arunachal Pradesh.
Oil India announces Rs 1,200 crore investment in the state to revamp the pump stations of pipelines for carrying crude to refineries. The announcement came from OIL Chairman and Managing Director S K Srivastava on Saturday when he was addressing the shareholders during the 55th Annual General Body Meeting at the company's Fields' Headquarters in Duliajan. In his speech, Srivastava said the pumping stations of the trunk pipeline have been operating for over five decades and a revamping of these pump stations is being undertaken at a cost of Rs 1,200 crore. Later in a statement the oil giant said it operates a 1,157 km long crude oil trunk pipeline of 5.5 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) capacity for transporting crude oil produced at oilfields in Upper Assam to the public sector refineries at Numaligarh, Guwahati and Bongaigaon.
AGARTALA: Despite round-the-clock vigil in the run up to the assembly polls slated for February 23, arms smugglers seem to have moving in Tripura. Security forces captured an arms smuggler from Agartala railway station on Thursday and seized weapons from him in the morning.
Talking to www.assmtimes.org, police said identified as Naresh Chakma from Natunbazar area of Gomati district, 3 .22 made in Italy pistols along with 500 live rounds and a sharp knife were seized from his possession. During interrogation, he confessed to have from Dimapur by the Tripura Sundari Express.
Assam: The Accord, The Discord – Sangeeta Barooah Pisharoty