Arunachal Highlander and Mizo Falcons wins their matches in NEFL
Guwahati: Northeast Futsal League (NEFL) is being played in NC Bordoloi Indoor , Sarusajai Guwahati, Assam. It is India’s first-ever mixed-gender futsal league, which will feature six teams in total, will be played over a period of seven days (25th-31th August, 2019).
In the first match, Arunachal showed a comprehensive performance to snacth a win against Meghalaya Thunders, Paula Boza Gil from Spain playing for Arunachal becomes 1st female player of the league to score, she scored both the goals.Francis was the lone scorer for Meghalaya as the Match ended in a 2-1 win for Arunachal.
In the second match Mizo Falcons won against Apunba Manipur 3-2. For Mizo Falcons their captain Alan scored 1and Michael scored 2 goals. Md Yasir and Md Shah Jahan scored one each for Manipur.All the matches will be streamed online on official YouTube channel.
Fixtures for 27th August
Apunba Manipur vs Assam Titans (4-5pm)
Mizo Falcons vs Meghalaya Thundera (5pm-6pm)
Nagaland Super 5 Vs Arunachal Highlander (6pm-7pm)
The NEFL is a brainchild of Proclivity sports and Recreation Pvt Ltd or PSR, owned by Mr. Ranajit Mahanta and Biswajit Mahanta. It is aimed to create and develop a sustainable foundation for the sport of Futsal as a sporting career alternative for the athletes of Assam and Northeast India, by providing the best education, facilities and showcases to participate in the game. NEFL will be the first major sports, involving all eight Northeast states of India. The League is supported by Airtel, Viva Football, Perfect Football,National Insurance,Vibes Mojo and Matches will be broadcasted on Assam Talks, LPS and Impact TV.
21 May 2018 - 4:20pm | Akshaya Pranab Kalita
Namrup: Namrup erupts in more protest on Monday when hundreds of local AASU activists took out a bike rally opposing The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill. 2016 .
More than 500 student bikers thronged the Namrup Sonari tiniali and started the rally touching Hapjan , Komargaon and BVFCL Colony.
The protesting bikers warned chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal and Union minister Rajen Gohain of dire consequences if the duo proceed with the deal that would end Assam, it's people, language and culture.
Namrup AASU General Secretary Manash Jyoti Changmai and President Kalpajit Gogoi said , " we will fight till thr finish. We wont allow our motherland to be sold.”
13 Dec 2012 - 1:24am | Anup Biswas
Baoringdao Bodo, son of Jiban Bodo of Haflong popularly known as ‘football juggler boy’ of Dima Hasao, Captain, U-14, Sub-Junior International Indian footballer was accorded grand welcome on his arrival at Lower Haflong Railway station on Wednesday.
A colorful procession was taken out from Lower Haflong Station and marched through the major parts of Haflong and converged at Town Raji Community Hall. This was followed by felicitation by various organisations. Under the president ship of Anil Daolagupu, Gaon Bura, Haflong Town a well attended meeting was also held in this connection. Samarjit Haflongbar, Executive Member, Dima Hasao Autonomous Council on behalf of Dima Hasao Autonomous Council also felicitated this footballer of Haflong as well as Dima Hasao.
Baoringdao Bodo started his football life right from 11 years of age when he was a student of class VII of Haflong Don Bosco. Inspired by one his teacher he joined the Sports Authority of India and played U-14 in various places from district level to International level organized by All India Football Federation, AFC etc. He also participated in Subrata Mukharjee Cup Football tournament in 2011 in Sub-Junior (under—14).
Talking to this correspondent, Baoringdao said he wants to be an International footballer and to play in other countries representing own country- India. He disclosed that to achieve such dream to be true ‘discipline’ ‘perseverance’ and of course, confidence is to be maintained. People of Dima Hasao offered their best wishes to this ‘football juggler boy’ Baoringdao to be successful in his aim and prayed for his healthy long life.
26 Aug 2015 - 10:40am | AT News
Delhi police busted a major sex racket after recovering three minor girls on Wednesday. Acting on some disturbing inputs, a police team conducted a raid at a room in Narayan area where the three minors girls were rescued.
Delhi police are in touch with their counterparts in Assam to handover the rescued girls.