Yhome F.C thrashed Phezhu boys club Jotsoma 4-0 in the first football match at Kohima local ground on Thursday. Vilhoubutou opened the account of Yhome F.C in the first 13 minute while the second goal came through the boots of Kedoniezo at 32 minute. The third goal was struck by Minolie in 41 minute and the fourth goal came in 65 minute.
The second match was played between 10th NAP (IR) and ICFAI University FC Dimapur. The score was drawn and Yeihwang Bohayon jersey no 7 of 10th NAP was caution yellow card. The match was later decided through by the tie breakand 10th NAPwon by5-4.
The third one match was played between Sechu-Zubza youth orgaization and Naga Boys club(1st batch), Thejavilie opened the account for Sechu-Zubza, second goal came through the boots of Petevikho, third goal was netted by Akhobou and in the second half Choulavolie netted the fifth first goal for Nagaboys and the fourth goal for Sechu-Zubza came from theboots of Zhavilie.
The match in action between country boys and Billy Graham. The match was played between Billy Graham F.C Kohima and Country boys F.C. Kavisou opened the account for Country Boys F.C in 37 minute and later in the second half J.Maram netted the ball in favour of Billy Graham F.C Kohima, Sinyu of B.G was issued yellow card however the game ended as draw and in the tie breaker, country boys won the match by 4:3.
Senior Congressleader Ashok Borgoyary took assume of office asPresident for Kokrajhar Congress Committee (DCC) today at Ranendra Narayan Basumatary Bhawan in Kokrajhar.
The Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) president Anjan Dutta dissoving the Kokrajhar district Congress committee, has appointed Ashok Borgoyary as president of the district committee to the greater interest of the organisation, said Diganta Choudhury,general secretary of APCC in a letter to the district committee.
Party leaders, workers and supporters accorded warm welcome and felicitated Borgoyary at the party office here and wished a good leadership towards development in the party.
Borgoyary assuming his office told that he would stress on the upliftment of the party to meet strong hold among public in the district. He would work as per the guidelines from party high command and working for peoples’ welfare would be prime job in his party activities, he added.
The unnatural death of one more wild elephant calf at Bhutiachang tea garden in Udalguri district has caused concern among nature loving people.The two months old male wild elephant breathed its last at section No.20 of Bhutiachang tea garden from falling into a deep tea garden ditch on September 20. According to information the baby elephant fell into the ditch while a herd of wild elephants were crossing the ditches in the night of September 20. The helpless mother tried in vain to rescue the baby watching its tragic death.Forest personnel attended the site only at 9.30 am the next day on September 21 to see the calf dead. According to tea garden management they could not contact forest Range Officer for long hours. Local people and tea garden workers tried to rescue the baby, but the mother and the herd did not allow anybody to come nearer. Frequent deaths of wild elephants have now been a serious concern in the district. So far six wild elephants have been killed in the district.