Guwahati police taking on Salbag
Guwahati City Police will take on Salbag Sports Club in Gossaigaon in the 18th Daoharu Mungklong Trophy tournament at Dotma DASA ground in Kokrajhar on Monday. Kachugaon Bardwi Shikla Sports Club defeated Barhoongka Athletic Club, Kokrajhar 5-4 through penalty kick in the inaugural match of the 18th Daoharu Mungklong Trophy 2015, has been kicked off on Sunday.
Pranab Das of Barhoongka netted his first goal in the very beginning 9 minutes against Bardwi Shikla. Okhrang Narzary of Bardwi Shikla equalize the match scoring goal against Barhoongka in 24 minutes of the first half and led the match 1-1 . Both the team tried to give goal during game time, but failed to score goals and held draw.
Later, a penalty kick wax conducted where Bardwi Shikla beat Barhoongka AC 5-4 and forwarded to play another round. Among others, MLA Pradip Kumar Brahma, BTC executive member Rajib Brahma, sports organisers were present on the day.
A total of 10 teams from parts of the state and various states of the country including ASEB, Guwahati; South East Railway, Jharkhand; City Police, Guwahati; Barhoongka AC, Kokrajhar; Coochbehar Municipality FC, West Bengal; DASA Xi, Dotma; Bardwi Shikla, Kachugaon,; Gossaigaon Salbagan Sports Club are participating the trophy.
The final match would be played on October 16. Championship team would be awarded cash 50,000 and trophy while runners up team would be give away cash 25,000 and trophy.
4 Feb 2015 - 3:37pm | AT News
Once again various political parties and organizations are going all out against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP after the party’s vision “by mistake” called in the north eastern people immigrants.
Talking to Assam Times, the New Delhi based students organizations along with the various north east pressure groups representatives demanded unconditional apology from Modi and BJP for forcing the people of the region to feel let down.
19 Aug 2007 - 9:12pm | swapan
The Indo-Global Social Service Society (IGSSS), North Eastern Region in collaboration with Diocesan Board of Social Service (DBSS) Tezpur and Gana Chetna Samaj (GCS) Balipara, distributed Emergency Relief of food grains and medicines to victims of flood at Koilabari and Baithabanga on 18th August covering 489 worst affected families.
Relief materials consisting 35kg rice, 10kg dal, 1 kg Salt, 1 litre cooking oil, 1 mosquito net and water and sanitation kit were provided per household. The Emergency relief grant was made available by the German Agro Action (GAA) through the IGSSS. The district administration and the circle officer as well as the police outpost extended their co-operation in the relief distribution. Officials from the Circle Office visited the distribution sites. IGSSS with its professional experience in handling emergency situations made a smooth distribution which lasted less than 3 hours at Baithabanga to cover 434 households and less than one hour to cover 55 households in Koilabari.
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29 Apr 2013 - 10:08am | Ajoy Warisa
The congress youth wing leader, Jivraj Daulagupu, on being denied the party ticket, has resigned from congress to contest the forthcoming 11th N.C Hills Autonomous Council election as an independent candidate.
Speaking to the media persons, Daulagupu said that with heavy heart he would be contesting the coming election, scheduled to be held on 20 May 2013, from Haflong constituency. He also said that the congress should not have deprived the youth from exercising their democratic rights.
On being asked what he thought about the congress then, he replied “ I'm still a congressman at heart. I have not violated any party norms. I decided to contest election as an independent candidate only after submitting my resignation letter. In future if I get an opportunity I have no problem joining the party again.”
The senior youth congress leader, Jivraj Daulagupu, had been very active through out his tenure as the president of DYCC(I). He joined the party soon after he came back from his studies in Delhi. Since then he had been helping the party in his best possible ways. Now, on being denied the party ticket for the council election in the last moment, and seeing no alternatives, he had decided to resign from the party and contest election as an independent candidate.
Many DYCC(I) members had tendered resignation letters to Daulagupu to submit to the high level congress leaders in a group. However, the high level party leaders requested him not to do so. He was allowed to contest the election as an independent candidate from Haflong constituency, supported by the party in principle.