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JBF India – Profiling a trust that works for animal welfare in Guwahati

JBF (INDIA) is a professionally managed registered (as trust) animal welfare organization. It is promoted by JBF (Scotland), a Scottish charity. JBF (INDIA) is also the member society of World Society for Protection of Animals (WSPA), one of the largest animal welfare organizations in the world. the projects of JBF. JBF [JBF (INDIA) & JBF Welfare Organization] are welfare organizations and the organizations were born due to the love for suffering animals & slum dwellers of Mr. Jonny. He wanted to help the animals in suffering to have a more bearable & adorable life & tried to make the life of the slum children a bit better and accordingly with Dr. Sashanka, who looks after the projects of JBF started the projects initially at Kotla Mubarakpur area of South Delhi. JBF have two wings that work for the welfare of Animals and Human. Under the name JBF (INDIA) which is a registered trust, the ongoing projects are Mobile Cattle Clinic for Street and Stray Cattle of South Delhi & Mobile Animal Clinic for Street & Stray animals at Guwahati for On the Spot Treatment. Under the banner JBF Welfare organization the ongoing projects are JBF Informal School at Prem Nagar & Viklang Basti in South Delhi and a Women Literacy project at Viklang BJBF has a mobile animal clinic for street & stray animals at Guwahati which provides free minor veterinary care to the suffering and injured animals on the street itself (On the Spot Treatment) and the animals that need regular supervision are forwarded to an organization that have the treatment house. There is also a plan for a Treatment House of our own depending on the fund availability, where the animals will be treated by our team. We have a trained team comprising of one Vet also, Dr Dhruba Das. Recently, Mr. Jonny Krause, Trustee of JBF (Scotland) has completed his campaigning ride from Scotland to India. He started this campaigning to promote the projects of JBF in India. Mr. Jonny started his journey from Scotland, travelling down through England and across the Channel to France. He then travelled across countries like Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria then in to Turkey. From Turkey he crossed into Iran which is in the spotlight at the moment due to international tensions over their nuclear program. From Iran he crossed the Iran/Pakistan border which has problems with Guerrilla militias operating close to the border areas, so this was crossed during daylight and with no stopping for sight seeing. However once clear of the troubled areas his main problems again was break downs and lack of fuel. Once across Pakistan at his final border crossing to India, again the same trouble with Guerrilla militias and drug traffickers so he adopted a quick daylight crossing to ensure a safe passage.

Throughout the ride Mr. Jonny conveyed the message to each and everyone he met of the poor condition of the Slum dwellers & their children and also the street cattle of Delhi & the cattle held in the cities cattle shelters and this was received with interest all along the way.

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Two days science model exhibition at Tangla

24 Oct 2011 - 6:27pm | Jayanta Kumar Das


Arunodoi Academy, Tangla organized a grand science exhibition cum competition at Tangla on October 22 and 23 on the occasion of Foundation Day of the school. Dipankar Saharia,Regional Coordinator,TERI formally inaugurated the two days programme on October 22 at 10 AM. DN Hazarika, Circle Officer,Harisinga Revenue Circle lighted the sacred lamp before its inauguration. On the occasion Dipankar Saharia recalled his childhood days at Tangla and thanked organizers for arranging the exhibition. Total 154 numbers of students presented 61 numbers of attractive science models to much delight of the people present. Moreover more than 14 numbers of old science related items like old Swiss clock,Gramophone player, coins, costumes of Koch kingdom etc were also displayed by the students. A few working science models like-Use of wasted kinetic energy of electric fans to produce energy; Launching of space craft with the help of earth's magnetic field prepared by Upamanyoo Das and Arnab Paul; Solar air cooker by Chayanika Rabha and Hemangsing Basumatari; Electricity from Sea Waves by Atlanta Das and Puja Rabha;Solar cum Wind Vehicle by Enush Daimari and Bitopan Deka could very much impress organizers and people present. More than thousand people including students,teachers and a few distinguished people namely-Mridula Saharia,Chairperson,State Woman Commission,Assam;Diganta Kumar Sarma, Secretary, Tangla Press Club visited the science models.


On the concluding day on October 23, prizes were distributed to the winners in the open session which was presided over by social worker Keshab Chandra Boro. Pranabjyoti Das, one of the key organizers welcomed all the guests before felicitation to the guests. Jayanta Kumar Das,District Coordinator,NCSC,Udalguri released the souvenir “Arunodian” edited by Napolean Daimari,Principal,Arunodoi Academy, Tangla. He requested parents and guardians to create scientific temperament in the society so as to remove blind belief and superstition from the minds of the people. Dr.Buddhin Hazarika ,science activist and senior lecturer of Mangaldai College thanked organizers for the science exhibition. He explained on how to make science study interesting and joyful. Dr.Kamala Bora,NCSC activist and senior lecturer of Mangaldai College also attended the programme as invited guest.Speaking on the occasion he remarked that applicability is the best quality of learning. He thanked students for presenting 61 Nos of excellent science model at Tangla. On the necessity of more and more plantation,he remarked that an 50 years old tree could produce oxygen worth 25 lakhs of rupees. Chief guest of the day,Dr.Kailash Chandra Chamua,in his speech remarked that such ivents would very much help in removing blind belief and superstition from the mind of the common people.According to him following of responsibilities very much starts at home only.


In the senior group- Upamanyoo Das and Arnab Paul won first prize for their model “Launching of Spacecraft with Earth's Magnetic Field”; Kishore Deka and Rajsekhar Das won second prize for their model “Equilibrium” while Chinmoy Kachari and Sagar Baro won third prize for “No bill House” model. In junior group- Atlanta Das and Puja Rabha (Electricity from Sea Waves) won first ;Bercillona Das and Smriti Barua (Electric Magnet) won second;Hridoy Sarma and Debojit Das (Erruption of Volcano) won third prize. Napolean Daimari, Principal, Arunodoi Academy offered vote of thanks at the end.


Illegal coal trade still on in Margherita! How?

19 Nov 2017 - 4:42pm | Mithun Baruah

Despite ban, illegal coal trade is going unchecked in Margherita these days. Over 500 trucks, mostly, from Rajasthan,Bihar,  Haryana,Uttar Pradesh and Guwahati keep moving in Margherita area to allegedly carry coal from Collieries even after the ban on coal transportation allowing the entire area to be a den of coal smugglers

According to Margherita AJYCP vice president Partha Sarathi Saikia, the coal mafias might have paid huge amount as commission to the administration and police which is why these are allowed to go unchecked.

He further raised doubts over the role of NEC Coal India Limited in Margherita for the rampant rise in the

illegal coal trade. “We do demand Chief Minister Sarbanabda Sonowal’s intervention to stop it immediately. Otherwise, we have no option to resort to agitation.,” said Saikia.

Former MLA passes away

17 Dec 2016 - 1:34pm | AT News

Senior Congress leader and MLA Membor Gogoi passed away in Jorhat on Saturday.

Gogoi, three time MLA from Teok died in the wee hours after prolonged illness. Congress, BJP, AGP leaders along with many local organizations deeply condoled the death of the 85 year old Congress leaders and conveyed their deep sympathy to the bereaved family members.