Young generation exhorted to carry Bhupen da's legacy
TANGLA: The people of the town paid rich tributes to the Dr. Bhupen Hazarika
on the ocassion of his 92nd birth anniversary in a day long programme held here at Bordoloi Bhawan hall in Tangla
on Saturday.The programme initiated with lightning of lamps by Academician,Binoy Kumar Medhi followed by floral tributes to the portait of the music maestro led by social worker,Likhan Das
followed by a host of litterateurs, noted citizens,school and college students. Speaking on the ocassion Binoy Medhi described the legendary music maestro as an apostle of universal brotherhood.Hazarika
strengthened the fabric of communal harmony in the state
, said Medhi.Remembering Hazarika
's rich contributions, Likhan Das
said, "We need to strengthen our society based on the dreams of Dr Bhupen Hazarika
by harmonising the people into emulating for a Bor Axom and celebrate its unity in diversity". He also exhorted the younger generations to grow by following the footsteps of Dr Bhupen Hazarika
.A plantation programme was also held where educationist,senior journalist and lawyer,Dr. Keshab Ch. Dutta took part. A group
of students performed the immortal song "Manuhe Manuhor Babe". Bhergaon SDO
delighted the audience by performing on a number of songs of the Bard of Brahmaputra
. He also took part on a ceremonious cake cutting ceremony on the ocassion.
12 Jul 2012 - 5:19am | editor
The overall flood situation in Assam marginally improved on Wednesday. The water levels of the Brahmaputra and its tributaries continue its receding trend. According to information, the water level in some of the rivers in the 27 affected districts was receding and maintaining a steady trend in some others. Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi and two central teams today reviewed the prevailing flood situation. Gogoi reviewed the situation with Agriculture Minister Nilamoni Sen Deka, Revenue Minister Prithibi Majhi, Additional Chief Secretary P P Verma and senior officials of the health, irrigation, revenue, finance and forest departments. Two central teams have also arrived in the state to assess the damage caused by the floods in the state. A team headed by the Union Home Ministry Joint Secretary G V V Sharma visited the flood affected districts of Lower Assam and was also scheduled to visit Cachar district in the Barak Valley to assess the damage caused there. Another team, headed by Member Secretary of the National Tiger Conservation Authority Rajesh Gopal, reviewed the situation in Kaziranga National Park which has suffered large scale devastation with nearly 600 animals, including 17 rhinos, perishing in the recent deluge.
31 May 2014 - 10:01pm | AT News
The Centre is takingserious note of the rhino poaching cases in the Kaziranga National Park.
This was what Union minister Sarbananda Sonowal told reporters after holding a huge convention of the party in the national park on Friday.
He said that Union forest and environment minister Prakash Javadekar would soon visit the wolrd heritage site now riddled by repeated rhino poaching incidents.
Sonowal further said that he would take up rhino poaching and immigration issue of the national park in the soon to be held cabinet meeting.
He further said a high level probe would unearth the truth adding that if proved no minister, forest officer would be spared.
20 Feb 2009 - 2:32pm | editor
Altogether 3,40,457 students are appearing in the Assam High School Leaving Certificate and the Assam High Madrassa examinations which begin on Friday across the state.
Of these candidates this time, 2,37,249 candidates are regular while 96,932 others are private candidates.
The Board of Secondary Education, Assam is conducting the examination in altogether 770 examination centres with 26 zonal supervising offers and 911 supervisors. Sources say the evaluation of the answer scripts will be completed by March 31 in 46 centres in different states in view of the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.
Meanwhile, Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has extended his best wishes to the examinees.