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City Police beat Coochbehar

City Police, Guwahati beat Coochbehar Municipality Recreation Club, West Bengal 2-0 in the Daoharu Mungkhlong Football trophy being played at Dotma HS school ground in Kokrajhar district on Sunday. Anildom Das netted his first goal in 11 minutes against Coochbehar for City Police and led the 1-0 in first half. Again, Amujao Singh scored another goal in 92 minutes in second half against Coochbehar which led the team to win 2-0 in the match. Bardwishikla A, Kachugaon will take on Zaraguri GBF, Gossaigaon in first quarter final on Monday.

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Tortoise rescued

8 Sep 2013 - 1:20pm | Jayanta Kumar Das

A huge tortoise was rescued recently near Kalaigaon on September 5. According to information a few villagers found the tortoise weighing 25 KG near a small river in Uttar Bokrajhar village under Kalaigaon police Station. The matter was reported to DFO,Dhansiri Forest Division,Hony.Wildlife Warden,Udalguri and SDPO,Bhergaon Sub-division, Tangla.In the mean time the tortoise was brought to Kalaigaon police station by villagers of Uttar Bokrajhar. A team of forest personnel headed by M Sarma,ACF brought it to Paneri from where it was again taken to Udalguri to be released in Orang National Park.Nature lovers appreciated good work of the villagers for rescuing the tortoise safe.

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