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Chakrabartty, Deka on visit to Uriamghat

BJP MPs Bijoya Chakrabartty and Ramen Deka are on a stock taking visit to Uriamghat on Tuesday a day after the angry people heckled Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi.

Immediately after arriving the relief cams, Chakrabartty and Deka talked to the camp inmates and expressed grave concern over the attack by the Naga miscreants where at least 15 people were killed and over 50 houses where set on fire.

The duo further talked to the top ranked civil and police officials who have been monitoring the entire situation along the Assam-Nagaland border.

Notably, angry camp inmates heckled the chief minister on Monday when he was on a stock taking visit to the troubled torn areas.  

 

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AGP holds crucial meet

14 Mar 2014 - 9:22am | AT News

AGP is holding its crucial general council meeting on Friday to chalk out the strategy for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.

Resentment among a section of senior party leaders is expected to dominate the meeting at Ambari chaired by president Prafulla Kumar Mahanta.

Notably, a circle of senior party leaders have joined BJP in the run up to the Lok Sabha polls.

Sitting MP Joseph Toppo has resigned from the party saying that he was shocked to have learnt that he won’t get ticket this time.   

Stroke free BTAD possible?

18 Feb 2018 - 8:28pm | AT News

Kokrajhar: Over 200 patients from different parts in BTAD areas claimed to have been benefitted as they attended  a free medical camp in Kokrajhar on Sunday.

Organized by Dr Malay’s Hospital Siliguri,West Bengal to provide medical facility and treatment among patients in the region thus, got good response.
Patients,who are suffering from hypertension, high blood pressure, brain stroke patients and spinal patients checked up their health issues and took medical services from the doctors.

Dr Malay Chakraborty,prominent neurologist from Siliguri offered his services to the patients.
The camp has been aiming to create awareness on healthy health among citizens in the region,which are included preventing of brain stroke and awareness on diet control and other health problems.
As the high rate of brain stroke cases are registered from the BTAD areas as well as state, hyper tension, high blood pressure, anxiety, diabetes and kidney failure are the major problem of this region, the workshop aims to preventand minimize the rate of brain stroke.  
Speaking the reporters, Dr Malay Chakraborty said high number of patients from the BTAD as well as state were treated on his nursing home at Siliguri, West Bengal said that peoples from that area are not aware of brain stroke and 90 out of 100 having high BP and still many patients from that area are having treatment on his nursing home. ‘

Brain stroke and high BP which is a serious concern and a issue not to be neglected, so I have contacted the Peoples Aid, a charitable organization who are working a tremendous job on the field of humanity, bringing awareness citizens how to minimize brain stroke’, he said. He has emphasized to bring BTAD region as well state of Assam as a whole free from stroke free region. He also urge the local NGOs and district administration to work together hand in hand to prevent brain stroke and for which why everyone must unite together.

 President of the People’s Aid  Nava Kumar Basumatary said that it is our privilege to have renown neurologist Dr Malays Chakraborty with us and we welcome him for his selfless afford to minimize brain stroke in BTAD areas.

He also said that  his NGO has been working for the underprivileged person on health, education and livelihood sectors, we are very fortunate to have Dr Malay with us and we will always extend support for this novel cause. 

 Basumatary appealed to Chakraborty to set up a preliminary  referral centre at kokrajhar so that the patients didn’t need to travel far and to conduct such kind of medical camp monthly. He also urge  BTC Administration and the citizens of the area to extend their support for this noble cause.

 

Government's insensitivity towards climate change criticised

1 Apr 2016 - 10:28pm | Lester Makang

With the state government miserably failing to take up any concrete measures to tackle the issue of climate change, concerned social leaders, intellectuals and NGOs of Ukhrul on Wednesday minutely deliberated on the global phenomenon and unanimously endorsed the formation of a new committee to facilitate a common pathway in addressing the climate crisis.

While there have been numerous debates and deliberations on the issue at different levels in the district, no tangible initiatives have been taken up by any organizations/NGOs so far. Time has come for the public leaders of the district to institute a special platform to host authentic, inclusive, reflective and insightful communication among the people to enhance the community capacity to address the climate crisis where the government has little concern. This was the common reflection of the day's deliberation on the critical issue held at the office of Ramungo Library Group (RLG), Phungreitang.

In the contemporary context of Ukhrul, people are merely informed but remain insensitive to the impending threat of climate crisis. After all, one tends to ignore the issue in the absence of any accurate physical evidence of effects of climate change , opined Ramthar senior staff RLG, adding that fast depletion of Shirui water sources may be one impact.

Stating the state government has not implemented the State Action Plan on Climate Change till date though it was approved way back in 2014, Hungyohung secretary RLG questioned the motive of the state government behind the delay terming it a 'deliberate act'.

In the same vein, Gajendra Prasad of PASDO Ukhrul questioned as to why Manipur does not have its forum for Sustainable Mountain Development which all the 11 Hill States of India including Nagaland and Sikkim have.

In order to tackle climate change in the district, TNL has come up with a restriction on exporting of charcoal, firewood and pinewood, said general secretary Nobert Khayi adding that this is clearly stated in its recently produced  constitutional publication on preserving land & natural resources in the district.

Citing the biblical context, Dr Ngahorshai Luithui expounded that human beings are mere steward of God's creation and it's against Hill will that we destroy nature and its resources. Protection of nature reflects true relationship between man and God for we cannot love God and hate His creation, he added.

While Wungpam Kasar of Elshadai felt that reaching out to the far off villagers with adequate information on climate crisis remains a tough task, senior citizen Ms Janeth insisted that the government has a big role in providing alternative arrangement keep them from subsistence related activities in the villages.

With the talk positively taking shape, a workshop on the climate crisis has been slated for 22 April next in connection with the World Earth Day.