Adhyasradhya of ex MP Charan Narzary
KOKRAJHAR: Adhya sradhya of former MP Charan Narzary is going to be held at his Hatimata residence in Kokrajhar town on Sunday. Narzary breathed his last on July 23 due to age ailments.
He was the founding general secretary of the Plains Tribal Council of Assam (now defunct), former MLA from Kokrajhar east, former professor in Kokrajhar Govt College and associated with several organization. He was also well known writer in Bodo literature besides contributed a lot towards social uplifting in the region.
He was regarded as a prominent political leader among Bodo as well tribal peoples in the state. He born on 28th May in 1933 at Hatimata in Kokrajhar town.He was 86.
A memorial lecture on Narzary will be held on the occasion of adhyasradhya. President of Bodo Sahitya Sabha Taren Boro will attend on the occasion.
17 Oct 2010 - 2:50am | bishwajeetsinha
The fun loving side of Nagaon residents can be witnessed at any such occasion where there is entertainment value attached within and if such a chance associated with socio-cultural and religious touch they can’t be inside closed doors. The theory comes true since starting day of Dushera on Saptami evening and it continues to enthrall the local Shankar Mission Road whose ‘Sarbajanik Puja Samiti’ has left no stone un-turned to make it worth visiting their Puja Pandal as memorable experience for long time.
The word of mouth affect has made a long queue to their pandal to experience the deity Durga and surrounding made of glasses only. But, besides the main Puja theme crowd has fallen in love with 40 feets height long lord Shiva statue made as main entrance. With a budget of around 7-8 lakhs, truly Nagaon is fast catching-up with its Bengal counter-parts when it comes to attract visitors with its unique Puja themes.
6 Jan 2013 - 6:54pm | SK Hasan
Sivasagar police have arrested five youths accusing them of raping a minor girl in Nazira on Saturday. Another accused is on the run. The youths were arrested on Saturday after receiving the complaint filed by the victim who alleged that she was raped by six youths on December 25.
The girl who worked at Bihubar Tea Estate in Nazira subdivision was allegedly raped by five men who threatened her parents not to go to the police. The parents, however, lodged an FIR with assistance of a NGO following which one of the five men, Powel Topno, was arrested. Efforts are on to trace the remaining accused.
16 Aug 2007 - 6:30pm | editor
Celebrating freedom is a basic human right. But the people of Assam or the northeast for that matter have been deprived of this joyous occasion for so long that it has lost its charm completely. The shadow of guns have always prohibited the people to let their hair down freely on these special days be it a Republic Day or an Independence Day.
When the entire nation erupts in joy celebrating these days of national significance Assam watches waiting on the sidelines awaiting a day when it too can partake in the festivities.
The people are unable to exercise their basic rights freely due to the decree of rebel organizations. As expected a series of serial bombings across the state marred the celebrations on Wednesday. According to reports four explosions rocked the Independence Day celebration in certain parts of Gauripur and Bongaigaon etc.
However the rebel warnings and foul weather failed to restrain the defiant people from attending the function held Judges field, Guwahati where Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi unfurled the national flag and inspected the guard of honour. The people here it seems have learnt to live under a shadow of violence for there is no way out. They know that anyday, anytime one may fall victim to a bomb blast or a stray bullet but life has to go on. Many innocent lives have fallen prey to terrorist violence and will continue to do so in the future too for there is no silver lining of hope as their pleas their offers of solution fall on deaf ears. Perhaps except the people who run the risk of victimization, the other parties are not really keen on a solution to this burning problem for their own vested interests politics can be a dangerous and dirty game.
But the people of the Northeast are trying in their own way to bring peace into their disturbed lives.The music lovers of Shillong chose music as a media of peace. Defying the usual bandh call they organized a concert to send their message to the rebel outfits.
The young generation of Assam and the northeast run the risk of failing to comprehend the true essence of India’s Independence or the nuances of patriotism if this trend of abstinence from celebrating any kind of national occasion continues.