Once again a molestation attempt has forced the state and its people to hang head in shame. This time the epicenter is Tinsukia district where an Adivasi girl had to jumped from a moving bus to get rid of a molestation attempt on Friday. According to information, two girls jumped from the bus when of their co passengers made a desperate attempt to molest them on a moving bus in the evening. The hapless girls had no option but to save themselves from the molester passenger. One of the two girls sustained serious injury and died on the way to the hospital. Details awaited.
Dr (Mrs) Bibha Bora Gayan, Sr Medical & Health Officer, Haflong Covil Hospital has brought Laurels to the district of Dima Hasao along with Assam as well as North East India for being awarded the ‘Best National Trainee of Emergency Obstetric Care Award, by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt of India on the occasion of ‘National Safe Motherhood Day held on April 11 in Jaypur of Rajasthan.
Dr Bibha was felicitated with a certificate and a memento in Birla Auditorium Hall of Jaypur, Rajasthan. She is one of the five doctors recently selected for the award from entire India.
All doctors, nurses and staffs of Haflong Civil Hospital celebrate for Dr Bibha was conferred the award from Dima Hasao district of North East India.
Being pleased in her achievement Dr Bora disclosed to media that she joined the profession in Dima Hasao in 1992 and sincerely did her duty even in uncongenial atmosphere of the district. She said that she even worked in very remote area like Hangrum etc.
Earlier in 2011 Dr Bibha participated in the training known as EmOC for which, she got felicitated in Jaypur.
Dr Bibha Bora Gayan told the media person in her departmental residence at Haflong ‘sincerity does matter’.
Believe group under the social projects of Darwin School of Business (DSB) is organising an awareness programme related to HIV/ AIDS at its campus on 19th January. The programme will start from 10 am in the morning. Resource person from ASACS, NACO, ANP+ shall be delivering their talks on the occasion. There will be attractive prizes for the audience. Interested individuals r representatives of any organisation ma attend it.
Rongali Bihu in Michigan, USA was celebrated on April 26 at St. Peter & Paul Syrian Orthodox Church Southfield, MI. Around 70 people attended the event. This event consisted of two parts. First part was kids program which included various interesting games. Second part - the cultural show was inaugurated by the lighting of the diyas by Dr. Prafulla and Manjula Baruah, followed by "Srimoy Oxomir" sung by some of the AAMI ladies.. AAMI members whole heartedly participated in it with remarkable performances which include singing song, Bihu dance, Husori, solo dance, standup comedy and a skit.
Earlier in the evening, guests were served with some delicious authentic Assamese homemade snacks - ‘Til Pitha’, ‘Ghila Pitha’, ‘Nimkis’, ‘Ladu’, ‘Doi Chira’ etc. prepared by AAMI ladies. In the night typical Indian style dinner was served.